The operation is very simple and intuitive.
The banner VU meter is a more comfortable view.
Submitted is the minimum, but the little extras that could make it a standard missing: Insert the subgroup, effect returns a little more Evolus, more XLR inputs, greater flexibility in ancillary items, etc ...
Strangely, I can not find the same pleasure as other analog consoles (the 520 for example). Everything is there but we feel that a Tascam stingy to provide affordable table ($ 1,700 was the era) with all the features of fashion.
Crosstalk is frankly not worthy of the reputation of the brand, and entries 2tracks effects etc. .. are pretty nil.
The equiliseur is quite limited with its single band semi parametric medium.
I possde this table for about a year.
We see it t think for home recording and nothing else. Quazi do something else is impossible, with eight mic inputs, or lack of insert on the sub-gropupe, etc. ..
For the ratio Q / P has not please me I saw the price and I got it (+ / 125)
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shaze's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
Analog table is available in 16 or 24 channels.
Input jack or XLR (Phantom Power switchable per block of 8 slice).
Exit and return magneto SubD 25 TASCAM format.
3-band EQ (semi-parametric mids on).
Very easy to use. All that is asked is there was consoles.
No pb but I use it in a configuration with little home-studio acoustics.
It has been 5 years that I have and I'm really happy
The default would be the connections in SUB-D 25 is not very practical and above that is expensive.
Nothing to complain about.
The great advantage is the 8-bus which allows to make a live recording in 8 track live without it taking the lead.