The HDD-1000 is the tape transport for the Digital HDVS VTR. It requires the use of the HDDP-1000 signal processor.Both units available for $2500.00.
Incorporates many of the features of the BVH-3000 including compact size lightweight ease of tape threading computerized servo control and front panel operationWith wide band Y PB PR recording a high quality picture is assuredWide band (30MHz) recording systemFront panel controls for basic simple editingOne hour recording time with 11.75-inch reelTime code editing possible when interfaced with the BVE-910 Editing Control Unit or the BVE-9100 Editing Control SystemBuilt-in time code generator/reader9-pin Remote InterfaceSpecial playback modes-JOG: still to ±1/4 times normal-SHUTTLE: still to ±8 times normalEight channels of digital audioBandwidth: DC to 30MHz 0-1.5dB(luminance) \\\X09SpecSignal Standard: SMPTE 240MPower Requirements: AC-100-120/220-240V Ý10% 50/60HzPower Consumption: 550WOperating Temperature: 5øC to 35øC (41øF to 95øF)Storage Temperature: -20øC to 60øC (-4øF to 140øF)Humidity: 10%-85% (non-condensing)Video tracks: 8Audio tracks: 8CTL tracks: 1T/C tracks: 1Cue tracks: 1Tape Speed: 80.5 cm/sWriting Speed (Relative Speed): 51.5m/sRecording Time: 63 min with 11.75 in reelFast Forward/Reverse Speed: Approx 5 minutesRecommended Tapes: Sonys 1-inch High Density Tape or equivalentReel Size: NAB Standard 6.5 in-11.75 in reelLINE INPUT: CUE: XLR 3-pinLINE OUTPUT: CUE: XLR 3-pinMONITOR OUT: R/L: XLR 3-pinTO PROCESSOR: CN-1: D-sub 50-pinSERIAL REMOTE: REMOTE-1: for BVH-1000/1100 through BKH-2016 D-sub 15-pinPARALLEL REMOTE: REMOTE-3: D-sub 50-pinSignal System: YPBPRSignal-to-Noise Ratio: Better than 56dB (full band unweighted)Quantization: 8 bitsSampling Rate: 74.25MHzK Factor: <1% 2T pulsePhase Error of Each Component Channel: <3.5 nsFrequency Response: 20Hz-20kHz (+0.5/-1.0)dbCrosstalk: < -80dB at 1kHz (between any two channels)TO PROCESSOR: CN-1: D-sub 50-pinTO PROCESSOR: CN-2: D-sub 50-pinAdditional Detailed Information:The HDD-1000 is the tape transport for the Digital HDVS VTR. It requires the use of the HDDP-1000 signal processor. See HDD-1000PAC1.