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  • lekoalalekoala

    Tascam DA-P1Published on 11/28/04 at 14:26
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hello everyone !!

    Yes, indeed, I think that DA-P1 is very good, I wanted to buy it but it is no longer manufactured. I had to use the opportunity, I found so I expect his arrival home. I hopes to it is pretty solid on all fronts to support this kind of thing .. the occasion.
    I bought the portable DAT Sony TCD-D03 The first, in fact, and it lasted only 8 or 9 months, the batery after 3 months and at bous 25 minutes she was empty .. I hopes to that ...

    If a person can scan my doc in French, at least the technical information and in fact, things that we can not guess. And yes, I do not know if I'll have the doc.

    for the note, I rponds on what I think after reading pages and pages ab…
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    Hello everyone !!

    Yes, indeed, I think that DA-P1 is very good, I wanted to buy it but it is no longer manufactured. I had to use the opportunity, I found so I expect his arrival home. I hopes to it is pretty solid on all fronts to support this kind of thing .. the occasion.
    I bought the portable DAT Sony TCD-D03 The first, in fact, and it lasted only 8 or 9 months, the batery after 3 months and at bous 25 minutes she was empty .. I hopes to that ...

    If a person can scan my doc in French, at least the technical information and in fact, things that we can not guess. And yes, I do not know if I'll have the doc.

    for the note, I rponds on what I think after reading pages and pages about this product
    I rpondrais after you

    Jrme
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  • EciEci

    Tascam

    Tascam DA-P1Published on 06/27/11 at 01:09
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    Hello
    Pro product
    Mine is also for sale
  • kleinkorpskleinkorps

    Tascam DA-P1Published on 11/22/04 at 07:23
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    With two batteries and carrying case is the top. A bit expensive, but not regret his money! It is suitable for all uses, and has a great sound. I did beaucup for an external (to the sample), easy to use, efficient, it is a device that I would never sell. The Argus is around 900, that price you do not get stolen.
  • Sam75018Sam75018

    Tascam DA-P1Published on 12/04/04 at 16:28
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    Just an additional note of advice (most relevant) mentioned above:
    preamp quality .... very average, same for the converter ... but hey the camera date and it is also somewhat related to the perfs of other devices when it was released.
    I / O SPDIF poor: it difficult to synchronize with a super clean signal NUM (measured with a jitter <2 / 3 ppm (regular stalls ...). The output is a bit better, but "sticks" just in SPDIF specifications level: do not expect to make a few meters to the exit or risk losing the samples (mostly hidden by the receiver which interpolates between ...).

    Attention, motor strip running (for rewind / forward rap) seems to get tired over time (seen on three copies…
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    Just an additional note of advice (most relevant) mentioned above:
    preamp quality .... very average, same for the converter ... but hey the camera date and it is also somewhat related to the perfs of other devices when it was released.
    I / O SPDIF poor: it difficult to synchronize with a super clean signal NUM (measured with a jitter <2 / 3 ppm (regular stalls ...). The output is a bit better, but "sticks" just in SPDIF specifications level: do not expect to make a few meters to the exit or risk losing the samples (mostly hidden by the receiver which interpolates between ...).

    Attention, motor strip running (for rewind / forward rap) seems to get tired over time (seen on three copies ...).

    Otherwise, it must be recognized that effective, compact, and it saves time!! It is also suitable for the report: So tough!
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  • OliviercoolOliviercool

    Tascam DA-P1Published on 10/07/09 at 13:05
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    The Tascam DA-P1 portable DAT recorder. And nothing that has to be emphasized because amrita today (beginners April 2004) The models of portable DAT recorders can be counted on the fingers of one hand, all brands : they are becoming increasingly rare. Ten years ago, there had a good fortnight catgories all confused. Handed right now, I know little more than two still available on the market the Sony TCD-D100 (walkman size) and the DA-P1. Yes, Fostex has to cease production of its popular PD-4. It must be said that although The models studio seems to stay still in the race, DAT phones are now small small disparatre to the benefit of portable recorders, but also professionals who register on …
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    The Tascam DA-P1 portable DAT recorder. And nothing that has to be emphasized because amrita today (beginners April 2004) The models of portable DAT recorders can be counted on the fingers of one hand, all brands : they are becoming increasingly rare. Ten years ago, there had a good fortnight catgories all confused. Handed right now, I know little more than two still available on the market the Sony TCD-D100 (walkman size) and the DA-P1. Yes, Fostex has to cease production of its popular PD-4. It must be said that although The models studio seems to stay still in the race, DAT phones are now small small disparatre to the benefit of portable recorders, but also professionals who register on CompactFlash (Marantz PMD670 , Denon DN-F20R or Fostex FR-2): mcanique more complicated and fragile, finished vulnrabilit bands (even if it's numrique) and, in addition, with a range of battery operation Souvant greater.

    Trs easy to use: anyone who knows how to handle a magntophone, even other than DAT, would immediately make this DA-P1 without using the manual. Dot everything ncssaire no frills, which notament a pair of XLR inputs with phantom power and the possibility to choose the manual frquence Sampling of this unit is a functionality and a peerless ergonomics and is a good quality sound (lack of mediums and prsence but hey, it's a DAT that date, dj.

    It's just a lightweight problem: he tends to miss the mark ID Research ID fast in the sense winding and therefore do not fall on the piece of research but the following example ... It does not happen in the sense of decline, only in the forward direction. Ok, so a default minor and I did not want to run just for the warranty that: it is perfectly usable for me.

    His closest competitor silent (I say "silent" because no longer manufactures the Sony TCD-D10 Pro II (not to be confused with the TCD-D10, the semi-pro, who has no XLR). But the latter, though hast XLR microphone inputs, no phantom power, a roof for a brand like Sony, yet hyper-Designed in the vid o work! In addition, two versions of this Sony have no slecteur Sampling frequency drives of 44.1 or 48 KHz. And yet, the silent surroundings Pro MODEL 1 / 4 times more expensive than the DA-P1 ...

    When I bought it Yadji 5 or 6 years old, I remember exactly, he had not much else as portable recorder numrique. There was not the famous device of CompactFlash cit above, or multitrack hard disk (some of which are very easy to transport!): So there had gure choice this time -l from the MD whose sound is compressed. But now, for the same price a few hundred francs prs (it was worth prs of 3000 CHF - 2000 euros !!!), it is better to get a Marantz PMD671 (with a 2 GB CompactFlash Card at least for this worthwhile), for example ^____^ With Microphone Stereo prampli kind of batteries Sonosax SX-M2, it would be the IDAL. Bein yes: the DAT is still in the studios of NEWS, of course, but mobile, it becomes obselte ...
    Well, the CompactFlash recorders ncsitent-even when to have a computer in which to offload the memory card to be filled soon. So for those who have not (yet) a computer or are uncomfortable with computers prfreront still use the old DAT recorder as a portable numrique but for others, it is prfrable to opt for the famous CompactFlash recorders: the future.

    November 2005: In fact, Tascam has abandoned its production for the benefit of its new Tascam HD-P2, which records his successor in Broadcast Wave format on CompactFlash *. BWF and, increasingly over the market is least one good shot nine cheaper and despite adding a host of functions including supplmentaires pluspart are irralisables DAT tape because of its accssquentiel ^ ^

    July 2009: It is broke and has just been sent Repair Tool, it has more than 800 CHF - approx. 480 euros - a quote that I will have accpter because I have a lot of DAT tapes. At this price, when he returns, I'll have the TRANSFR on CDs or DVD-ROMs ... The job in perspective. Especially as the DAT, it's over, we do not find nine more.

    January 2010: Following this failure, I bought last month a Edirol R-44 for decision in its exterior, a portable quadraphonic SDHC card, this just one month before the release of their famous Tascam DR- 680, a portable 8-track on SDHC cards of the same size as the DAT, argl!
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  • MontretoutMontretout

    Not bad

    Tascam DA-P1Published on 06/16/10 at 13:19
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    Not great but okay in quality / price
  • tojartojar

    Good machine but ...

    Tascam DA-P1Published on 10/09/10 at 02:41
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    I for ... MMHH ... 5 years
    I tried other models, better but more expensive.

    I loved the most, compared to the time it was the simplicity of use.
    value for money does not mean much: it's now obsolete material and irreparable (or almost). I had been in OCCAZ, so the report was good for me (:

    with experienc e for the same needs, I take the current version: the HD-P2.
    Now you must know that all I saw DAP1 pass (y 'and had a package) all the mm problem: battery power on hand balls. The rest follows only way to use mains ... so it is more portable. it loses most of its interests. and for repair, there's qq years with mine, I tried .. after two years, I gave up, and I sold it as DAT salon t…
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    I for ... MMHH ... 5 years
    I tried other models, better but more expensive.

    I loved the most, compared to the time it was the simplicity of use.
    value for money does not mean much: it's now obsolete material and irreparable (or almost). I had been in OCCAZ, so the report was good for me (:

    with experienc e for the same needs, I take the current version: the HD-P2.
    Now you must know that all I saw DAP1 pass (y 'and had a package) all the mm problem: battery power on hand balls. The rest follows only way to use mains ... so it is more portable. it loses most of its interests. and for repair, there's qq years with mine, I tried .. after two years, I gave up, and I sold it as DAT salon to a friend qq roros.





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