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  • OliviercoolOliviercool

    Yamaha DTR2Published on 08/15/07 at 14:26
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    DAT recorder stereo semi-professional rackmount 2U.

    If I remember correctly (because I did for a long time):
    <ul>

    Inputs - XLR analog outputs

    Input - Output Digital S / PDIF ('remember if it was the optical or coax but I know that there was no AES / EBU)

    Access to the beaches via buttons

    Optional remote

    </ul>

    It was a recording that I had only 1 or 2 years max. He served as the wheel between my first seccours DAT Sony TCD-D3 and my current Tascam DA-P1, while two phones. In fact, it happened an accident with my Sony and Tascam was not yet released at that time.

    All I remember of him is that he had difficulty in correctly number the beach but other than that, it was mor…
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    DAT recorder stereo semi-professional rackmount 2U.

    If I remember correctly (because I did for a long time):
    <ul>

    Inputs - XLR analog outputs

    Input - Output Digital S / PDIF ('remember if it was the optical or coax but I know that there was no AES / EBU)

    Access to the beaches via buttons

    Optional remote

    </ul>

    It was a recording that I had only 1 or 2 years max. He served as the wheel between my first seccours DAT Sony TCD-D3 and my current Tascam DA-P1, while two phones. In fact, it happened an accident with my Sony and Tascam was not yet released at that time.

    All I remember of him is that he had difficulty in correctly number the beach but other than that, it was more than adequate justre ^ ^ I found it unfortunate that it was not a little more pro .
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