Introduce of tascam cd 6010 –FMUSER

introduce of  tascam cd 6010 –FMUSER

The CD-6010 features the field-proven CD-5010B drive asembly – the same drive used in the TASCAM CD-9010 & CD-9010CF – our top Broadcasting models. The CD-6010 is the new standard of Broadcast, Installation, and Touring CD players.

TASCAM’s CD-6010 offers top-of-the-line CD playback for any scenario. Designed with the Broadcast market in mind, this CD-player utilizes a tray-loading design, safety features and an emergency release function to accommodate all situations. By employing the CD-5010B drive, rated highly among audiophiles, the CD-6010 offers high-quality sound that is rarely matched in rack-mounted players. With CD’s still so widely used in the Broadcast, Installation, and Touring markets, the CD-6010 is specified.

Another unique feature of the CD-6010 is a monitoring speaker on the front of the unit – perfect for cuing-up tracks straight from the unit if installed in a remote area or closet. Similar to the TASCAM CD-500B, the CD-6010 also has 20 points of cue memory, 20 tracks of flash start, and supports Auto Cue, Auto Ready and Incremental Play. Furthermore, it features +/- 16% pitch control for CD playback speed and up to 100 discs of program memory.

A complete compliment of interface ports are found on the rear panel. Both XLR balanced outputs & RCA unbalanced analog outputs are provided, as well as S/PDIF and AES/EBU digital outputs. The CD-6010 can be controlled through RS-232C, parallel control, or an optional RC-3F footswitch.

With its variety of ease-of-use, safety and bonus features, TASCAM’s CD-6010 is a prime 2U rack-mountable CD player for any professional application.

Main Features

Industry-standard CD-5010B tray-type drive has been improved with faster open/close time
20 points of cue memory
20 tracks of flash start
Supports various remote control units
Parallel control via D-sub 25-pin
RS-232C serial control via D-sub 9-pin
Auto Cue, Auto Ready, and Incremental Play
Built in monitor speaker with volume control and on/off switch


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