Marantz Professional PMD-300CP | Dual Cassette Player & Digital Recorder with USB Output

Dual-well recorder/player
Cassette dubbing from A to B
Real-time or high-speed dubbing options


Whether maintaining a cassette library or making new recordings, Marantz Professional makes it easy to create, copy and digitize cassette-tape media with this dual-well recorder/player.

The PMD-300CP will let you back up all of your favorite tapes so you can listen to your old albums at the gym on your smartphone or play the originals on the deck at home without worrying you’ll ruin them.

Houses of worship and organizations with legacy media players should find it at the right ease and price level to finally make the switch to digital. New musicians unable to afford a vinyl printing of their first promising tracks can also use the recorder to create physical copies of their songs that have an analog, retro feel.


  • Type: Stereo dual cassette deck
  • Track System: 4-track, 2-channel
  • Frequency Response (-20dB recording level)
    • Chrome tape: 40-15,000Hz (± 3dB)
    • Normal tape: 40 – 14,000Hz (± 3dB)
  • Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 58 dB
  • Wow and Flutter:
  • Crosstalk: 40 dB (1 kHz)
  • Total Harmonic Distortion (THD):
  • Channel Separation: 40 dB (1 kHz)
  • Heads
    • Deck A: Playback
    • Deck B: Recording / playback, 2-gap ferrite head for erasure
  • Motor: 2 DC servo motors
  • Fast Forward / Rewind Time: ~100 seconds with C-60 cassette
  • Inputs: 2 RCA line inputs
    • Min. input level: 600mV (0dB)
    • Input impedance: 50kΩ
  • Outputs: 2 RCA line outputs
    • Output level: 600 mV (0dB)
    • Output impedance: 5kΩ
  • USB Audio Interface
    • USB 1.1 compatible; 16-bit, 44.1 or 48 kHz
  • Power:110-120 VAC, ~50/60 Hz
  • Consumption: 11W
  • Dimensions: 16.5” x 8.5” x 5.3” (420 x 215 x 135mm)
  • Weight: 8.5 lbs (4.0 kg)”

Box Contents

  • PMD-300CP
  • Rack Ears with Screws
  • User Guide
  • Safety & Warranty Manual

Dual-well recorder/player
Cassette dubbing from A to B
Real-time or high-speed dubbing options
Digitally backup tapes to computer via USB using tape converter software
Dynamic Noise Reduction option