July 23, 2000
has developed its first CD recorder for pro audio applications.
The CDR-W33 is
designed for project recording, sound design and musician
applications. This innovative product incorporates many special
features, including selectable DSP functions like Parametric EQ,
Limiter & SBM (Super Bit Mapping), and high-quality 24-bit AD/DA conversion.
The CDR-W33 offers
CD-TEXT TM support, which allows disc/track names to be displayed and
entered from the front panel AMS controller, the supplied remote
control or an optional PC keyboard. In addition, remote transport
control can be accessed via Control-S or a PC-compatible keyboard.
become an important product in a wide variety of professional
applications," commented Paul Foschino, marketing manager of the
professional audio group at Sony Electronics' Broadcast and
Professional Company. "The CDR-W33 has been designed with a
diverse set of features to address the needs of the professional
user. Unique features like built in DSP and high-resolution
converters will appeal to musicians and studio owners alike."
The CDR-W33 also
includes a wireless/wired remote control unit. "A dual-function
remote offers audio pros the option of working in the manner they
prefer," Foschino said. "It gives engineers real control
over their working environment."
The CDR-W33 will
be available by October.
information, visit their web site at http://www.sony.com/.