The NEC KD-1000 is a beautiful DAT deck and works perfectly. It has very low hours, is in excellent condition, and comes with the remote.
I bought it to digitize my record collection, but only got around to recording three records. I bought it from a gentleman who purchased it in Japan and brought it to the US, selling it with almost no use. I have held on to it for a long time, but equipment this good should be in use.
It records at 48kHz and plays back at 44.1kHz and 48kHz. It has coaxial and optical digital inputs and outputs. It has a beautiful display which details recording level, headroom, time, if there's a significant tape error rate, and other useful information.
Some additional information can be found here, translated from Japanese:
I rated it an 7/10 because I'm sure one can find some flaws somewhere. It's in excellent condition, however.
It is a 100V model, so it needs to be used with a step-down transformer or variac if in the United States. At or near the listed price, I'll include a suitable step-down transformer with the unit.
Please send me a message if you have any questions. I'll consider reasonable offers.