MiniDisc: Sony MDS-JB920 Minidisc Deck

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After the purchase of a portable MiniDisc recorder (Sony’s MZ-R30), I became interested in purchasing an accompanying MiniDisc recording deck for the Hi-Fi stack.

Starting from 1998, Sony were churning out quite a few different domestic models for the home. I found the spec of the MDS-JB920 deck mainly appealing due to the feature of S/PDIF digital output from the Minidisc deck AND the same digital output active while monitoring analogue or digital input signals when set up in recording-pause mode. I’ll cover this later.

The deck is part of Sony’s QS range of quality components and is solidly built to show the promise. It has the following connectivity.

inputs
1 analogue ‘line in’
2 digital toslinks
1 digital coaxial

outputs
1 analogue ‘line out’
1 digital toslink
1 digital coaxial

The supplied remote control is a bit of a monster

One Response to MiniDisc: Sony MDS-JB920 Minidisc Deck

  1. 录屏 says:

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