Tascam CD-9010 Broadcast CD Player

Tascam CD-9010 Broadcast CD Player

Tascam CD-9010 Broadcast CD Player

B&H # TACD9010 MFR # CD-9010
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Product Highlights

  • Redesigned Durable Field-Proven Drive
  • Supports 44.1 / 48kHz, 16 / 24-bit
  • Supports CD-DA / CD-R
  • BNC Word-Clock Input (44.1 / 48 kHz)
  • Digital Output
  • Parallel Control (D-Sub 37-Pin)
  • RS-232C Serial Control (D-Sub 15-Pin)
  • ± 12.5% Pitch Control
  • Sample Rate Converter
  • Auto Cue, Auto Ready, Incremental Play
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The CD-9010 Broadcast CD Player by Tascam utilizes the high-powered 5010B drive for performance, quality and sound. After rigorous tests by broadcasters across the industry, every detail has been fine-tuned — from the placement of the keys, to the feel of the dials and operational features.

The functionality of the CD-9010 is unrivalled with its online capabilities, 9 points of cue memory per disc, word sync, and auto cue. The Burr Brown D/A converters provide excellent quality output signal. Additionally, this heavy-duty CD player has a variety of control and interface ports to address the needs of the broadcast market.

Tascam - CD-9010 Broadcast CD Player
  • Utilizes field-proven CD-5010B drive
  • BNC word-clock input (44.1/48kHz)
  • Parallel control (D-sub 37-pin)
  • RS-232C serial control (D-sub 15-pin)
  • Digital output
  • Supports CD-DA/CD-R
  • Online function
  • Online/Monitor selectable
  • Supports 44.1/48kHz, 16/24-bit
  • ±12.5% pitch control
  • Program play
  • Auto Cue, Auto Ready, Incremental Play
  • Mix Input for connection of a backup CD player
  • Mono output
  • Sample Rate Converter plays 44.1kHz audio source at 48kHz when the incoming word clock sample rate is 48kHz
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Tascam CD-9010 Broadcast CD Player
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty
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    Media Player
    Supported Discs CD-DA, CD-ROM ISO9660 Level 1/2/ROMEO/JOLIET
    Supported Audio Formats CD-DA
    Sampling Frequency: 44.1 kHz
    Bitrate: 16-bit

    Sampling Frequency: 44.1/48 kHz
    Bitrate: 16/24-bit
    Audio Channels 2, L/R
    Line Output
    Connector Type 2 × Balanced XLR
    (1:GND, 2:HOT, 3:COLD)
    Line Output Impedance 200Ω
    Nominal Output Level +4 dBu /-20 dBu, selectable
    Maximum Output Level +24 dBu
    Reference Level -9 dBFs /-14 dBFs /-16 dBFs /-18 dBFs /-20 dBFs
    Monitor Output
    Connector Type 2 × RCA (1 × L/R)
    Output Impedance 200Ω
    Nominal Output Level +4 dBu
    Maximum Output Level +24 dBu
    Reference Level -9 dBFs /-14 dBFs /-16 dBFs /-18 dBFs /-20 dBFs
    Headphone Output
    Connector Type 1/4" stereo jack
    Maximum Output Level 45 mW per side(1 kHz, THD 0.1%, 32Ω loaded)
    Digltal Outputs
    Connections 1 x Coaxial RCA
    1 x XLR
    Supported Audio Formats IEC60958-3(S/PDIF) / IEC60958-4(AES/EBU), switchable
    Mix Inputs
    Connector Type 2 × XLR
    (1:GND, 2:HOT,3:COLD)
    Input Impedance 10kΩ
    Nominal Input Level +4 dBu
    Maximum Input Level +24 dBu
    Wordclock Input 1 x Balanced BNC Connector
    Input Voltage 5V TTL
    Input Impedance 75Ω (on/off selectable)
    Accuracy ± 100 ppm
    Wordclock Output Thru: 1 × BNC Connector
    Remote Controls
    Remote Control Connector 1 × D-sub 15-pin (SERIAL)
    1 × D-sub 37-pin (PARALLEL)
    Frequency Response 20 Hz to 20 kHz, ±0.5 dB
    S/N Ratio > 100 dB, LPF @ 20 kHz, A-weighted
    THD < 0.005% (+22 dBu, 1 kHz, LPF @ 20 kHz)
    Channel Separation > 90 dB @ 1 kHz
    Power Requirements 100 to 240V, 50 to 60 Hz
    Power Consumption 18W
    Dimensions (W x H x D) 8.66 × 5.39 × 14.23" (220 × 136.8 × 361.5 mm)
    Weight 11.68 lb (5.3 kg)

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