Tascam Introduce RC-20 Direct Play Remote

Flash-start control for CD-500 and CD-500B CD Players      27/06/11

Tascam Introduce RC-20 Direct Play Remote


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Here's the Tascam press release...
TASCAM, creators of the most innovative CD products for installation, have released the RC-20 Direct Play Remote. The RC-20 brings instant playback through flash start to the CD-500 or CD-500B – the only CD players available with flash start capability.
A set of 20 pushbuttons on the remote play the first 20 tracks on a CD when plugged into the remote jack on the CD-500 or 500B. The simple-to-use remote includes space to label each track to help locate the target material. A Stop/Load button is also available for preloading tracks and stopping playback. All of this is house in a remote under 9" wide and available at a price never before possible.
For theater, broadcast, PA or other installations where price and space are at a premium, the RC-20 and CD-500/500B are an unbeatable combination.
Features:
  • Direct Play Remote
  • 20 direct play buttons & Stop/Load button
  • Connection LED
  • Dimensions: 8.25" W x 0.78" H x 3.7" D
  • Weight: 13.4 oz
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