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Tascam DA-30MKII DAT Recorder

Tascam Professional

Tascam DA-30MKII Professional DAT Recorder

Tascam DA-30MKII Professional DAT Recorder

Description



  • High performance 1-bit type AD/DA system
  • Multiple sampling rates supported
  • Long record/play mode allowing recording/playback up to 4 hours
  • CAL/UNCAL switch in the analog input
  • Parallel port for external control
  • Shuttle and autolocation
  • Selectable AUTO ID sensitivity level
  • Mountable in a 19" EIA rack
  • Selectable Copy ID
  • Two pairs of digital input and output : one for consumer equipment, one for professional equipment
  • XLR type, balanced analog input and output Multifunction remote control optionally available


Specifications

Inputs Analogue - Rear Panel - 2x XLR, 2x RCA Phono
Digital - Rear Panel - AES/EBU on XLR, SPDIF on 1x RCA Phono
Remote input on 15-pin DSub - gives remote control of transport  functions
Outputs Analogue - Rear Panel - 2x XLR, 2x RCA Phono
Front Panel - Headphone output on 1/4" Jack
Digital - Rear Panel - AES/EBU on XLR, SPDIF on 1x RCA Phono
Transport
Controls
Play
Pause
Record
Stop
Rewind
Fast Forward
Skip Tracks
Controls Data/Shuttle Wheel
ID Select
- selects which ID marker is current
Position - enables you to accurately position a marker with the FF rewind buttons
Execute - Writes the current ID marker
Renumber - labels each Start ID with its own programme number
Auto ID - automatically inserts a start ID each time a silent section followed by signal occurs during recording.
Memo - stores the current absolute time in a single memory
Locate - locates the DA30 to the time in the memory.
Input Level Pots - one for each channel
Fs - Selects recording sampling frequency - 44.1k or 48k
Features - Comprehensive ID markers
- Peak Level Meters, with digital Peak Hold Meter
- 19" rack mount
Weight 8.5kg

Specifications

Inputs Analogue - Rear Panel - 2x XLR, 2x RCA Phono
Digital - Rear Panel - AES/EBU on XLR, SPDIF on 1x RCA Phono
Remote input on 15-pin DSub - gives remote control of transport  functions
Outputs Analogue - Rear Panel - 2x XLR, 2x RCA Phono
Front Panel - Headphone output on 1/4" Jack
Digital - Rear Panel - AES/EBU on XLR, SPDIF on 1x RCA Phono
Transport
Controls
Play
Pause
Record
Stop
Rewind
Fast Forward
Skip Tracks
Controls Data/Shuttle Wheel
ID Select
- selects which ID marker is current
Position - enables you to accurately position a marker with the FF rewind buttons
Execute - Writes the current ID marker
Renumber - labels each Start ID with its own programme number
Auto ID - automatically inserts a start ID each time a silent section followed by signal occurs during recording.
Memo - stores the current absolute time in a single memory
Locate - locates the DA30 to the time in the memory.
Input Level Pots - one for each channel
Fs - Selects recording sampling frequency - 44.1k or 48k
Features - Comprehensive ID markers
- Peak Level Meters, with digital Peak Hold Meter
- 19" rack mount
Weight 8.5kg

Tascam DA-30MKII User Manual (DA-30MKII.PDF)

Tascam DA-30MKII User Manual

Number of Pages 26 User Manual: DA-30MKII.PDF
File Size 2.3 MB
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Tascam DA-30MKII Service Manual (DA-30MKIISM.PDF)

Tascam DA-30MKII Service Manual

Number of Pages 56 Service Manual: DA-30MKII.PDF
File Size 17.8 MB
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