Summary: When my other CD player went belly-up, I was a little concerned because I haven't done any audio component shopping for a long time. My rule of thumb is that if you do it right the first time and get quality equipment, you won't have to replace it for awhile and in 20 years, you'll still have something worth having.
Summary: very good cd recorder..easy to use perfect for copy all kind of music. i use it to record vinyl lp..also good to copy cd'd old and new ones .. with diferent soundlevel..the recording copy is the same sound as the music you record from.. buy it a good cd recorder..ok price.
Summary: Our church wanted to begin recording our services on CD, but most recorders we priced were twice what we paid for the CD-RW880. The recordings we've made so far have been great. One warning before you buy: the CD-RW880 ONLY records on MUSIC CD-R/RW. Be sure you purchase MUSIC discs or you'll get nowhere.
Summary: I have a home recording studio,and I find that after you're done mixing your song and recording It directly to Teac CD-RW880, you will Get Better and transparent Sound. You Cant lose for that price.
Pros: Attractive Design, Durable, Easy Controls, Easy To Set Up, Great Sound
Summary: The Teac RW880 is super easy to use right out of the box. Hitting the pause button causes the recorder to write out a track which is super useful for creating your own mixes. I use this for cd to tape conversion and as a back up audio source while shooting weddings. The Teac CD-RW880 is also great for producing promo cds and presentation material. The audio reproduction sounds fantastic. This unit is a winner!!
Pros: Attractive Design, Doesn't Skip, Durable, Easy Controls, Easy To Set Up, Great Sound
Summary: This was my fifth such device. One Magnavox and three Sony's later I've tried a TEAC. The four previous products worked fine for awhile then would stop recording with a C14 Error message and not allowing recovery of previously recorded work in finalization. I am hopeful this will not happen again.