MERIDIAN: CDR @ £4,500 in 1992


They launched this CD-R recorder in 1992, about ten years after the first CD player.

It could record both digital and analogue input onto CD discs. It looks very similar to a conventional CD player, apart from the large rotary recording level knob on the left. It was priced at £4,500. Nowadays all the functions of this machine could be performed by a home computer and some cheap (or free) audio recording software.

Very few ever built and nearly all of them probably reside in studios where, so I am told, they are highly regarded.


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