The HD-R1 Solid State Recorder is a two-channel, single rack-mount recording and playback device created with the sound contractor in mind.
Utilizing the highly reliable Compact Flash card, the HD-R1 records 44.1 to 96kHz, 16/24 bit PCM or MP3 files. The ability to control the HD-R1 remotely is provided via RS-232, Parallel, and RJ45 100Mbit Ethernet. File transfer can be accomplished via Ethernet and/or USB (type "A" connector).
To further enhance the HD-R1's feature set, mic preamps (w/20dB pad) and +48V phantom power (rear-panel selectable) have been included.
The HD-R1 offers a variety of contractor-friendly I/O options; such as, unbalanced (RCA), balanced (XLR and Euroblock), and S/PDIF digital (coaxial and optical).
And of course... the traditional source device features are power-on-play, front panel rotary input level controls, headphone jack with level control, and a variety of playback modes.
New for version firmware 1.10 , a free update for all HD-R1 owners, is HTML control over the transport and all settings on the unit. The unit can be hosted on a network with password protection to be accessed from anywhere.
TASCAM's RC-SS20 is a remote control designed for the SS-R1, SS-CDR1 and HD-R1 recorders. Twenty illuminated buttons provide instant access to tracks on the solid state recorders.