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The latest CD recorder from HHB is the CDR830 BurnIT PLUS, a fully featured professional CD Recorder at an unusually low price.

The original HHB CDR830 BurnIT on which the new PLUS model is based is touted for combining exceptional sound quality and rugged reliability at an affordable price. Now, the BurnIT PLUS builds on an already comprehensive feature set adding balanced XLR analogue inputs and outputs with line/mic input gain switching, balanced XLR digital input and output, word clock input (enabling sync playback at 44.1k or 48k sample rates) and parallel remote input -- a range of connectivity that will satisfy the needs of most analogue and digital recording environments.

Housed in a durable, 19-inch rack-mounting chassis, the BurnIT PLUS features 24-bit AD converters, 24-bit multi-level Delta Sigma DA converters and an advanced laser assembly ensuring consistently accurate recordings compatible with a wide range of CD players. Broadcasters will welcome the CD Text facility, enabling disc, artist and track names to be stored and displayed, and an SCMS-free digital input and built-in sample rate converter making synchro recording easy from CD, DAT, MD or hard disc. A unique facility for recording direct from dynamic microphones removes the need for additional pre-amplification equipment thereby increasing the recorder's versatility and range of applications. The addition of a digital record gain control allows level adjustment of digital input signals.

Commenting on the launch of the new CDR830 BurnIT PLUS, HHB USA President David Beesley said: "With the BurnIT PLUS, HHB have brought truly professional connectivity to a CD Recorder that already leads the field in sound quality, build quality, features and price. You simply can't buy a better CD-R for the money."

The HHB CDR830 PLUS Professional CD Recorder is available at all HHB dealers.

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