Philips CDR 800
Product Type: Philips CD Players
Description:Model ID CDR800/00 / Philips CDR 800 - CD changer / CD recorder - black / Introducing the first audio CD-recorder with MP3-CD playback, Philips CDR800 ACDR with 3-CD changer provides easy programming of more than 90 tracks for recording compilations and utilizes two recording ... more
Philips CDR 800 ... speeds for advanced internal recording. The CDR800 also incorporates premium Digital Audio Converter (DAC) for superior playback quality. Engineered to be future-proof, the CDR800 is designed for easy upgrading to even recognize new music formats. In addition to recording, the CD-Recorder has a 4-disk changer mode that utilizes all decks for playback or shuffle, to provide longer listening pleasure.
Focusing on quality and the integrity of the music recorded, Philips Continuous Laser Calibration ensures that the CD-Recorders keep the maximum quality of writing by continuously adjusting the laser power. The CDR800 features the Continuous Laser Calibration technology and sample rate converters that automatically convert audio signals with different sampling rates to the CD standard (44.1 kHz). This model uses AudioCore with Bitsync technology in the drives for 100-percent accurate copies, ensuring that no music information is lost during the recording process. CDR800 also plays back all audio CDs including CD-Recordable and CD-Rewritable disks. A full-feature remote also is included.
Newest Review: ... at doing what the box says it should. It's remarkably easy to mix and match your CD's and disks to create your own ... more
Customer Philips CDR 800 Reviews (3)
by - written on 23/05/11 (Somewhat useful, 67 readings)
The Philips CDR 800 proves to be a very easy machine to use and although there seems to be a few glitches, it is excellent at doing what the box says it should. It's remarkably easy to mix and match your CD's and disks to create your own compilation. There is also a feature found on the remote control which allows you to break up your tracks onto an LP into their individual tracks. This proves to be very useful and exactly what I was looking for within the machine. Overall, this machine has served me well and has proved to do exactly what I had hoped it would. It's so simple to use and so easy to record. The number of features on it also prove to be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/10/10 (Useful, 131 readings)
To be honest, i was pleasantly suprised when i started using the Philips CDR-800. The most of a "future-proof" device was more than enough to excite my somewhat geeky side. As a CD player, this is very versitile with a great sound quality and upto 4 cd playback. This thing also plays MP3 cds so if you have long compilations of all your favourite music, these will play without any issues. As a CD recorder, there are a few interesting features too. Firstly, this has a serial copy management system (SCMS) which means you can record from originals but not from first (or higher) generation copied disks. Secondly, due to clever engineering, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/10, updated on 20/10/10 (Useful, 159 readings)
I bought the Philips CDR 800 because I have loads of old cassette tapes and vinyl that I wanted to transfer to CD. So far it has done the job very well and has been very simple to use. The 3 CD trays make it easy to create your own compilations from various tapes and LPs but the best feature for me is the Track Increment button (located on the remote control). This feature allows you to break up tracks on an LP into individual tracks and is I have not found another CDR system with this handy feature. The product has not been perfect though. But as I found out, this was due to the tapes and CDs I was using at the time. The Philips CDR 800 seems to dislike ... Read the complete review