Aiwa ADN-1


Name ADN-1
Manufacturer Aiwa
Released 2003/03
Device type bookshelf
Recorder Recorder
NetMD Yes
Hi-MD No
Radio No
Dimensions 79.2 x 221 x 192 mm (unit only)
Weight 1.5kg
ATRAC ver Type-S
Battery notes
Sidecar (depr) No
Voltage 100
Power cable AC
Price (launch)
Inputs CD
Outputs 3.5mm line out (optical multi), 3.5mm headphone, Speaker amplifier
Control USB Type-B

Works as PC speakers over USB, and will also work as a netMD recorder after switching modes. CD and MD slot exposed by motorized front panel, activated by a “touch sensor” button. Can write discs through netMD using Sony's SonicStage or OpenMG software. Device playback can also be controlled using these programs. Can also record to MD from a CD directly at 4x speed.

The device has NO AUDIO INPUTS. Only way to write minidiscs is through netMD or a direct transfer from CD.

Unit appears to be nearly (if not exactly) a clone of the Sony LAM-Z10.

While it passes the testing app, like the rest of the LAM series it is unlikely to be supported by web/platinum minidisc. Update: The latest platinum minidisc (v1.2.0) added limited support for the LAM series.

Content adapted from: page, Sony / Aiwa press release

LAM-Z10 User Manual (Japanese) (This is the manual for the device it is a clone of. Should be very similar in function.)

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