Large Storage Capacity and
External Source Recording
Whether you use the CDR-HD1300 for
playback or recording (probably for both!)
you’ll be delighted at how much music it holds.
You can record 120 CDs worth of music onto
the 80-gigabyte hard disk. And unlike most
HDD music servers, the CDR-HD1300 also lets
you record other sources, such as long radio
broadcasts, tapes or records. In fact, this is a
great way to archive your old music sources —
record them onto high quality, non-degradable
CD-R/RW discs.
Fast Recording, Quick Access
to Music
Recording this much music is a great
advantage, but won’t it take a long time?
Actually, no it won’t, because the CDRHD1300 copies the music data onto the hard
disk at 10 times normal speed. So a CD only
takes five or six minutes to input. Making new
CDs is fast, too: eight times normal speed onto
CD-Rs and four times faster onto CD-RWs. But
your favorite feature of all may well be the Jog
dial. Just a flick of the wrist lets you select any
disc, album or song for instant play — it’s even
faster and easier than ordinary CD players.
More Recording Convenience
The CDR-HD1300 offers timer recording
compatibility so the power can be turned on
and off automatically when using an external
audio timer. This lets you record radio
programs when you’re away or just be sure
you don’t miss them. There’s also a
Synchronized Recording mode with
adjustable parameters for detecting track
intervals.
Other Notable Features
䡲 On-screen display (on TV) lets you view
disc, album and track titles (also shown on
panel display).
䡲 Title input with PC (via RS-232C terminal)*.
䡲 Time search — useful for searching
long recordings, such as those
recorded from the radio.
䡲 Digital and analog recording level
control.
䡲 Automatic synchronized sampling
rate conversion: 96kHz, 48kHz,
44.1kHz, 32kHz.
䡲 Copyright protection
• SCMS (Serial Copy
Management System).
• Digital Move — transfers copyprotected data from the hard
disk to a blank disc, then erases
it from the hard disk.
• Analog copy — copy onto a blank disc,
data remains on hard disk.
*For editing with a PC, download the Title Editor software from the Yamaha website (www.yamaha.co.jp/).
Extensive Inputs and Outputs
S-Video and
composite video
outputs
RS-232C
interface for
title input via
PC
Analog inputs
and outputs
Optical and coaxial digital inputs and outputs
CDR-HD1300 Advantages
Advantages over dual-tray CD recorders:
•CD recorder has no storage capacity
•Editing capability
•Approx. 120 hours recording time for
playback and later editing
Advantages over disc changers:
•Changer requires much mechanical
movement
•Hard disk offers nearly instant access to
music
•More editing features
Advantages over PCs with CD recorders:
•No compression means higher sound
quality
•Very low error rate during audio
copying
•Exclusively audio so there is no
interruption or conflict with other
functions
•Highest quality interface (24-bit D/A
and A/D converters)
•Full HD memory is used for audio
storage and editing
•Designed to be part of an audio system
•Quick setup and easy operation
CDR-HD1300 Specifications
• Frequency Response: 5 – 20,000 Hz ±0.5 dB
• Playback S/N Ratio: 105 dB • Playback Dynamic Range: 99 dB
• Playback THD + Noise: 0.004% • Recording S/N Ratio: 92 dB
• Recording Dynamic Range: 92 dB • Recording THD + Noise: 0.006%
•Product designs and
specifications are subject
to change without notice.
• Dimensions (W x H x D): 435 x 116 x 415 mm;
17-1/8” x 4-9/16” x 16-5/16” • Weight: 7.8 kg; 17.2 lbs.
For details please contact:
Visit us at our website:
http://www.yamaha.co.jp/
YAMAHA CORPORATION
P.O. Box 1, Hamamatsu, Japan
A1173UEN
10207 T Printed in Japan
CD-R/RW + HDD Digital Audio Recorder
CDR- HD1300
The ultimate tool for music lovers. High storage capacity, top-quality sound,
versatile editing and CD recording all in one!
CD Recorder with Hard Disk Drive lets you do more, and do it more easily:
ripping, editing, playback and burning new CDs.
Hard disk holds 120 hours of music
Rip 120 hours of music onto the hard disk at 10x
normal speed. Highest digital quality because
signal is not compressed.
Do your own editing
A wide range of editing
functions makes it easy to
create CDs exactly the way
you want them.
High-Speed
Recording
Huge Storage Capacity
and High-Speed Ripping
JAZZ
amaha went to extreme lengths to
make the DPX-1 as noiseless as
possible. We started with a lownoise yet powerful Sirocc
Making your own CDs
is easy and fast
When your perfectly edited
music is ready to be recorded
from the hard disk, transfer it at
8x normal speed to a CD-R or
at 4x to a CD-RW.
Instant access to your
music
Record other sources, too
Record LPs, tapes, radio and other
sources — then burn them onto
CD-Rs for long-term storage.
Long-Play
Convenience
Create up to 999 “albums,”
each with as many as 99
songs, on the HD. The Jog
dial makes accessing tracks
ultra-fast and easy.
Input and edit titles via PC
Connect a PC to view, create and edit your
own disc, album and track titles.*
If listening to music is important to you,
the CDR-HD1300 is going to make your
life a lot more enjoyable. You can rip 120
hours of music onto the hard disk, then
group the songs together in as many as
999 ways for playback and recording.
Creating your own personal CD collection
is easy and fun.
You’ll also appreciate the CDR-HD1300’s
superb audio quality, high speed
operation, versatile functions and fast music
Extremely High Quality
Recording and Playback
The CDR-HD1300 uses a Linear PCM
recording system, which means the music
signal is recorded without being
compressed, so no quality is lost. In addition,
recording from CD to hard disk and back to
CD maintains full digital quality throughout
the process. A high performance 24-bit D/A
converter ensures optimum audio
reproduction, and a 24-bit A/D converter is
used for best quality analog source
recording. And finally, unlike PCs with a hard
disk and CD recorder, the CDR-HD1300
is designed exclusively for audio
use — all memory and technology is
dedicated to maximizing audio quality.
access. In fact, the more you use it, the
more you’ll realize that this is a machine
Audio Master Quality Recording
Flexible Editing Functions
Sound waveform comparison
The hard disk drive makes it possible to edit
the stored music before creating a new CD,
unlike ordinary CD recorders which don’t let
you edit once the music is recorded. The
CDR-HD1300 takes full advantage of this
Yamaha technology
Clear wave pattern
Conventional technology
Wave pattern is blurred
A clearer wave pattern displays higher sound quality and lack
of background jitter.
enthusiasts. Make the most of it!
Connect to a TV for an on-screen display that makes
inputting titles via the Jog dial easier.
Handy Album Function
over a larger area
Conventional 1.2m/sec.
bit length.
AMQR creates a larger recording area on the disc by using
longer bit lengths (1.4m/sec. during playback) than ordinary
recording technique. This reduces jitter (timing inaccuracies)
by 30% for a clearly audible difference
This is an exclusive new Yamaha recording
process that provides even higher quality
when creating CD-R discs. It creates bigger
pits and lands (the space between pits),
enabling higher recording accuracy. In fact, it
raises recording quality to the level of
professionally prepared music CDs. The
greater capacity demanded by this type of
recording requires a hard disk drive, so it is
only possible with the CDR-HD1300.
designed by music enthusiasts, for music
* For editing with a PC, download the Title Editor software
from the Yamaha website.
Audio Master Quality Recording
(AMQR) Principle
Data is recorded
AMQR 1.4m/sec. bit length.
Note: Works in Full Auto Synchro mode and 4x copy speed
only. Shortens recording time (74 min. CD-R to 63 mins., 79
min. CD-R to 68 mins.).
ability, offering a large choice of editing
features. Individual tracks can be combined,
split, faded in/out, moved, erased and
more, all with no loss of quality. You can
even edit during playback — just press the
Menu key and the CDR-HD1300 enters the
editing mode. In addition, you can create
and edit your own disc, album and track
titles via the Jog dial or a PC.*
The album functions are a unique advantage of the
CDR-HD1300. You bookmark any songs you want on
the hard disk, then transfer the bookmarks to a stored
playlist called an album. The hard disk can hold up to
999 albums, each with up to 99 songs. Then you can
use these albums for playback or for burning new CDs.
The unique Album function is another
CDR-HD1300 advantage. First, you select
songs on the hard disk and mark them with
bookmarks, even while they are playing.
You then transfer the bookmarks to a stored
playlist called an Album. The hard disk can
hold up to 999 Albums, each with up to 99
songs, made up of any combination of
songs on the hard disk. These
personal Albums can then be
used for playback or for burning new CDs.
More Editing Convenience
The Bookmark function can also be used
when you’re playing a single CD loaded
into the machine. This lets you copy
selected tracks off the CD, instead of the
whole disc. There are also a number of
Album editing functions available. You can
adjust the volume level for each track on an
album and the length of the intervals
between tracks, shuffle tracks by reassigning
track numbers within an album, and more.
CD-R/RW + HDD
Digital Audio Recorder
CDR-HD1300
Large Storage Capacity and
External Source Recording
Whether you use the CDR-HD1300 for
playback or recording (probably for both!)
you’ll be delighted at how much music it holds.
You can record 120 CDs worth of music onto
the 80-gigabyte hard disk. And unlike most
HDD music servers, the CDR-HD1300 also lets
you record other sources, such as long radio
broadcasts, tapes or records. In fact, this is a
great way to archive your old music sources —
record them onto high quality, non-degradable
CD-R/RW discs.
Fast Recording, Quick Access
to Music
Recording this much music is a great
advantage, but won’t it take a long time?
Actually, no it won’t, because the CDRHD1300 copies the music data onto the hard
disk at 10 times normal speed. So a CD only
takes five or six minutes to input. Making new
CDs is fast, too: eight times normal speed onto
CD-Rs and four times faster onto CD-RWs. But
your favorite feature of all may well be the Jog
dial. Just a flick of the wrist lets you select any
disc, album or song for instant play — it’s even
faster and easier than ordinary CD players.
More Recording Convenience
The CDR-HD1300 offers timer recording
compatibility so the power can be turned on
and off automatically when using an external
audio timer. This lets you record radio
programs when you’re away or just be sure
you don’t miss them. There’s also a
Synchronized Recording mode with
adjustable parameters for detecting track
intervals.
Other Notable Features
䡲 On-screen display (on TV) lets you view
disc, album and track titles (also shown on
panel display).
䡲 Title input with PC (via RS-232C terminal)*.
䡲 Time search — useful for searching
long recordings, such as those
recorded from the radio.
䡲 Digital and analog recording level
control.
䡲 Automatic synchronized sampling
rate conversion: 96kHz, 48kHz,
44.1kHz, 32kHz.
䡲 Copyright protection
• SCMS (Serial Copy
Management System).
• Digital Move — transfers copyprotected data from the hard
disk to a blank disc, then erases
it from the hard disk.
• Analog copy — copy onto a blank disc,
data remains on hard disk.
*For editing with a PC, download the Title Editor software from the Yamaha website (www.yamaha.co.jp/).
Extensive Inputs and Outputs
S-Video and
composite video
outputs
RS-232C
interface for
title input via
PC
Analog inputs
and outputs
Optical and coaxial digital inputs and outputs
CDR-HD1300 Advantages
Advantages over dual-tray CD recorders:
•CD recorder has no storage capacity
•Editing capability
•Approx. 120 hours recording time for
playback and later editing
Advantages over disc changers:
•Changer requires much mechanical
movement
•Hard disk offers nearly instant access to
music
•More editing features
Advantages over PCs with CD recorders:
•No compression means higher sound
quality
•Very low error rate during audio
copying
•Exclusively audio so there is no
interruption or conflict with other
functions
•Highest quality interface (24-bit D/A
and A/D converters)
•Full HD memory is used for audio
storage and editing
•Designed to be part of an audio system
•Quick setup and easy operation
CDR-HD1300 Specifications
• Frequency Response: 5 – 20,000 Hz ±0.5 dB
• Playback S/N Ratio: 105 dB • Playback Dynamic Range: 99 dB
• Playback THD + Noise: 0.004% • Recording S/N Ratio: 92 dB
• Recording Dynamic Range: 92 dB • Recording THD + Noise: 0.006%
•Product designs and
specifications are subject
to change without notice.
• Dimensions (W x H x D): 435 x 116 x 415 mm;
17-1/8” x 4-9/16” x 16-5/16” • Weight: 7.8 kg; 17.2 lbs.
For details please contact:
Visit us at our website:
http://www.yamaha.co.jp/
YAMAHA CORPORATION
P.O. Box 1, Hamamatsu, Japan
A1173UEN
10207 T Printed in Japan
CD-R/RW + HDD Digital Audio Recorder
CDR- HD1300
The ultimate tool for music lovers. High storage capacity, top-quality sound,
versatile editing and CD recording all in one!