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Tascam DA-20 DAT Recorder

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Tascam DA-20 Professional DAT Recorder

Tascam DA-20 Professional DAT Recorder

Description


The Tascam
DA-20 was introduced in January 1996.

The
DA-20 features 16-bit linear quantization in standard mode and 12 bit non-linear in long play mode.

With specifications you expect to find in quality digital audio products, the
DA-20 boasts a S/N ratio and dynamic range of better than 91dB and total harmonic distortion less than 0.00045%.

Multiple Sampling Rates and Long Play Recording

The
DA-20 supports three sampling frequencies for recording and playback: 48 K/44.1 K/ 32 KHz and records either digital or analog at 32KHz.

In long play mode (32KHz), the
DA-20 can record and playback up to 4 hours of material on 120 DAT tapes.

The
DA-20 was supplied with a wireless full-featured remote as a standard accessory.

It connects to existing audio equipment either by unbalanced RCA analog inputs and outputs, or through the S/PDIF digital I/O connectors on the back panel.

For mastering applications, SCMS-free recording is possible via a switchable power-on procedure.

The
DA-20 had a suggested retail price of 1099 US Dollars.

Specifications

Tape Speed:
Recording Time (120 DAT):
Recording Resolution:
Recording Sample Rate:
Frequency Response:
Signal to Noise Ratio:
Total Harmonic Distortion:
Wow and Flutter:
Analog In:
Analog Out:
Digital Coaxial I/O (x2):
Remote Control:
Power Requirements:
Power Consumption:
Dimensions:
Weight:
Standard Accessories:
SP - 8.15mm/s; LP - 4.075mm/s
SP - 120 minutes; LP - 240 minutes
SP - 16 bit linear; LP - 12 bit non-linear
SP - 44.1kHz, 48kHz; LP - 32kHz
20Hz-20kHz 0.5dB, SP; 20Hz-14.5kHz LP
>91dB
<0.0045%
Unmeasurable (<0.001%)
Unbalanced RCA, Nominal -6dBV (500mV), 27kOhm
Unbalanced RCA, Nominal -6dBV (500mV), 1kOhm
RCA pin, IEC60958 Type I or Type II 75 Ohm, 0.5Vp-p
IR Port, front mounted
120V AC, 60Hz (USA/Canada Model), 230V AC, 50Hz (UK/Europe Model)
21W
482 x 133 x 379 mm
7.8Kg, 17.2 lbs.
Wireless Remote (RC-D20)

Specifications

Tape Speed:
Recording Time (120 DAT):
Recording Resolution:
Recording Sample Rate:
Frequency Response:
Signal to Noise Ratio:
Total Harmonic Distortion:
Wow and Flutter:
Analog In:
Analog Out:
Digital Coaxial I/O (x2):
Remote Control:
Power Requirements:
Power Consumption:
Dimensions:
Weight:
Standard Accessories:
SP - 8.15mm/s; LP - 4.075mm/s
SP - 120 minutes; LP - 240 minutes
SP - 16 bit linear; LP - 12 bit non-linear
SP - 44.1kHz, 48kHz; LP - 32kHz
20Hz-20kHz 0.5dB, SP; 20Hz-14.5kHz LP
>91dB
<0.0045%
Unmeasurable (<0.001%)
Unbalanced RCA, Nominal -6dBV (500mV), 27kOhm
Unbalanced RCA, Nominal -6dBV (500mV), 1kOhm
RCA pin, IEC60958 Type I or Type II 75 Ohm, 0.5Vp-p
IR Port, front mounted
120V AC, 60Hz (USA/Canada Model), 230V AC, 50Hz (UK/Europe Model)
21W
482 x 133 x 379 mm
7.8Kg, 17.2 lbs.
Wireless Remote (RC-D20)

Tascam DA-20 User Manual (DA-20.PDF)


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Tascam DA-20 User Manual

Number of Pages 56 User Manual: DA-20.PDF
File Size 3.1 MB
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UMDA20_EN English
Operating Instructions
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Mode d'emploi
4.99 GBP

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Tascam DA-20 Service Manual (DA-20SM.PDF)

Tascam DA-20 Service Manual

Number of Pages 60 Service Manual: DA-20.PDF
File Size 10.9 MB
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Code Language Price Purchase
SMDA20_EN English 9.99 GBP

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