Features include Super Bit Mapping® technology, an Advanced pulse D/A converter, and an Anti-Resonant Mid-Ship drive, which reduces radiated noise. Additional features are the Sony 3 Motor Mechanism, and Optical and coaxial digital inputs.
One of the best features of the DTC-ZE700 is Sony's SBM, a process that raises the standard of DAT recording and playback quality. The basic theory is that when you record on the DTC-ZE700 through its 24-bit analog converters using SBM, the processor filters the 24-bit audio to yield a final product that sounds better than normal 16-bit quality. SBM does that by weaving out the least significant 8-bit information into 16-bit filtered data.
Sony claims the reshaped noise pattern results in deeper bass and more dynamic midrange. According to Sony, by reorienting quantization noise to frequencies above 15,000 Hz - where human hearing is far less sensitive - the SBM process can achieve a result that is comparable to nearly 20-bit quality, yet you can still play the DAT on any DAT recorder/player.
•Super Bit Mapping® technology
•44.1 kHz analog recording capability
•Remote Commander® wireless remote control
•Advanced Pulse D/A converter
•SCORE digital filter
•Long Record/Play modes 1
•Anti-resonant Mid-Ship drive
•200/400 times high speed search
•Sony 3 Motor Mechanism
•Two repeat modes
•2-way time display
•50 second rewind time
•Inputs and Outputs:
•Optical and Coaxial Digital Inputs
•Inputs Line: 500 mV, 47
•Optical Digital Output
•Outputs Line: 2 Volts rms, 10 k load
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