LAS VEGAS, NV -- Roland demonstrated its new CD-2e during this weekis New Media Expo, a standalone recording and CD burning solution. The device can record and produce a CD-R/RW copy of that recording, and it includes a number of playback features and controls, as well.
Michael Barrett, Product Marketing Manager, took a few moments to tell us about this handy device.
The CD-2e is an all-in-one unit, with nothing else required to make a CD. It contains a high-quality stereo mic, stereo speakers, and a CD-R/RW drive in a slim case. No computer is required for any part of the creation process, from recording to CD burning. It is lightweight and battery-powered for mobile use. Under battery power, it can record and playback on SD card memory only, requiring the included AC adapter for CD writing and reading.
The unit provides easy to use, simple CD recording for anyone. It is as easy to use as a cassette recorder. It includes a wireless remote control, so you can record from nearly any location. To help get started, it has a friendly LCD navigation by pressing the [EASY GUIDE] button. The available display languages are English, German, French, Italian, Spanish and Japanese.
The CD-2e is a great tool for music lessons. It has A-B repeat, tempo change, pitch change, and more for music lessons. It has both a metronome and tuner for both acoustic and electric instruments. One can also use the CD-quality recording and playback for various educational needs. The CD-2e sports both line and mic level inputs, if youid rather not use the built-in mic.
The retail price of the CD-2e is US$749.