Summary: I'm happy with the purchase, but some of the things the manual says does certain things, don't work (like inserting track numbers when recording a CD). I'm still trying to figure it out. It's well made and has more features than I will use, but because of the manual errors I can only give it a four.
Summary: Needed a new unit for my home project studio and this is it! I have an Alesis Masterliink, and I HAD a basic, Pioneer consumer CD recorder (which died) and I needed something in between. Since every so often, I need to pull something from a cassette(!), this LOOKEd right for the job, and it does not let down on ANY features. Would buy all over again.
Summary: My husband had wanted something to put his tapes on cd for a long time. I got this for him for Christmas after much debate over which to get. He loves it. It has so many features. It does so much more than I thought it would. It is pretty amazing and would suggest it to any one. It may cost a little more, but I believe it to be worth it.
Summary: Love how easy it is to use, I had alot of studio tapes that i recorded over thirty years ago and wanted them on cd, it did a great job! I love the pitch control too. Cant wait to convert all my old regular tapes now.
Summary: I use this at our church. It can record to both the tape and CD at the same time, which was my primary concern. It is also simple to use. The only addition I wish it had would be a way to connect a keyboard so I could name the disks.
Summary: I bought this thinking it would last me forever because I would use it so little. The cd stopped taking CD'S after having it a year. I probably used it less than 30 CD'S. I bought it from Kingdom and they quickly told me they do no repairs. When I contacted Tascom they said it would be about 200 dollars for the cd drive and 100 to put it in but for an exact quote I would need to send it in.Even if it were 100 it would be too much.