Pioneer MJ-D7 / MJ-D707


Name MJ-D7 / MJ-D707
Manufacturer Pioneer
Released 1998/06
Device type deck
Recorder Recorder
NetMD No
Hi-MD No
Radio No
Dimensions 420 x 105 x 294mm
Weight 3.9kg
Battery notes
Sidecar (depr) No
Voltage 100
Power cable AC
Price (launch)
¥65 000
Inputs RCA in, Digital optical (TOSLINK), Digital coaxial
Outputs 1/4 inch headphone, RCA out, Digital optical (TOSLINK)

MJ-D707 appears to be an export version, while MJ-D7 is the domestic version.

Uses a Pioneer developed ATRAC, which they call “ASRAC” (apparently improves bit allocation by considering the bit requirements of all 3 frequency bands). Incorporates Pioneer's “Digital Noise Reduction” (already available on some Pioneer cassette decks) and “Legato Link Conversion” (which synthetically produces frequencies up to 40kHz). Digital recording level control (-48dB to +12dB). Time skip function allows quick movement through audio material at 30s or 60s per click. Medley playback function fades across track changes. Name clip function allows track titles to be duplicated and edited. Synchro start recording. Name clip (copy and paste?) function.


  • freq resp.: 8-20kHz
  • SNR: 101dB (D7), 100dB (D707)
  • Dyn. range: 94dB
  • THD: .005%

Content adapted from: page Pioneer Press Release Pioneer Press Release 2

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