Marantz is taking CD recording to the next level with the CDR310, the first truly portable, affordable CD-based field recorder. Whether for documentation, duplication, or archiving, audio CDs promote confidence through their permanence and universality. While digital recording and CD burning have been commonplace for several years, existing hardware has lacked the go-anywhere flexibility and ease of use that users have come to expect in the digital age. The CDR310 has changed all that.
Digital Recording: On-board hard drive records in your choice of formats: CD-DA, uncompressed WAV and AIFF, or MP3. The system records high quality, 16-bit audio at a 44.1 kHz sample rate, and the hard drive holds up to 110 hours of material (MP3 mono). You simply select the file type before recording, and the CDR310 handles the rest.
Instant CD Burning: At the conclusion of your meeting or event, your audio file can be burned to CD instantly. At the conclusion of recording, simply press the Make CD button and the CDR310 will ask if you want to burn to a CD. Just follow the on-screen prompts, and your disc will be ready in minutes. For events over 80 minutes long in CD-DA format, the CDR310 offers CD Split burning, dividing the contents over multiple discs automatically.
Convenience and Portability: One-touch record operation and an easy-to-read LCD status screen ensure fault-free recording.