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  • Tascam TM-D8000Published on 06/03/05 at 13:39
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Console just great. Detail all the inputs and outputs would be too long so the possibilities are énoremes! Examples: T-DIF, AES / EBU, Coaxial, S / PDIF ..... And of course the analog inputs there are 16 or Jack or XLR, with an insert for each. A parametric équalo on each slice of good qualities. The sync is done in-house in Word, Video, Digital in, or a port of the T-DIF. I use a MOTU 2408 MKI I come and go my 24 tracks with 3 T-DIF port all with cubase SX2.2

    UTILIZATION

    Setup is simple, for someone who knows how to sync it so that .....

    The manual is very poorly done, for conséquant, when read, it seems that the console is super dificil to handle. In fact not at all! it is super......
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    Console just great. Detail all the inputs and outputs would be too long so the possibilities are énoremes! Examples: T-DIF, AES / EBU, Coaxial, S / PDIF ..... And of course the analog inputs there are 16 or Jack or XLR, with an insert for each. A parametric équalo on each slice of good qualities. The sync is done in-house in Word, Video, Digital in, or a port of the T-DIF. I use a MOTU 2408 MKI I come and go my 24 tracks with 3 T-DIF port all with cubase SX2.2

    UTILIZATION

    Setup is simple, for someone who knows how to sync it so that .....

    The manual is very poorly done, for conséquant, when read, it seems that the console is super dificil to handle. In fact not at all! it is super simple, one button per function (to be close)!

    SOUNDS

    The sonoritée compared to Yamaha digital consoles, is exellent, I rediscover the mix! the converter are very transparent, the sound is bocoup more "friendly". At the compressor it accounts 8 that can be coupled together if we want to compress a stereo track.

    Compression is soft and rather slow which is not a fault! the views of gain reduction meters are implemented over the screen, I think they have a division by db, the change of my yamaha a division that had all 6 db!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 months I'm really happy I went out to men € 3000 What I like most about this console is that it is complete there is everything! and there is full of little trick really practical example listen to what comes out of each with the single button which, as its name suggests allows you to listen to ..... ? MONO! a dimmer handy when mixing the metal! the talk back

    The assignment of group and sub group mute is extra easy! only thing bad, the transport bar does not work with cubase, finally .. it sends no midi tt case, I think it should work on magneto tascam. If I had the choice again I would hesitate at all I go for the eyes closed.

    Finally SUPER CONSOLE!
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  • Tascam TM-D8000Published on 02/26/08 at 06:47
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    56 digital channels
    40 in TDIF / 16 preamp mic / line 24 / 8 stereo in / 8 in AES / EBU and / or spdif!
    Step 2 in RCA
    for up to 56 tracks simutanées
    To 6 (including 2 AES / EBU or analog)
    st spdif out in (2 departures) + XLR
    2 monitor outputs
    4 band parametric eq
    8 treatments dynamic gate + comp

    UTILIZATION

    Super simple to take control!
    the number of inputs and outputs for the price is awesome!
    manuell correct, but we are not really need ...

    SOUNDS

    The converters are correct,
    The preamps rather nice, although deffinis in the lower medium, lack of precision in the top of the spectrum, but for the price, so good.
    The eq sound!

    OVERALL OPINION

    With ADAT......
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    56 digital channels
    40 in TDIF / 16 preamp mic / line 24 / 8 stereo in / 8 in AES / EBU and / or spdif!
    Step 2 in RCA
    for up to 56 tracks simutanées
    To 6 (including 2 AES / EBU or analog)
    st spdif out in (2 departures) + XLR
    2 monitor outputs
    4 band parametric eq
    8 treatments dynamic gate + comp

    UTILIZATION

    Super simple to take control!
    the number of inputs and outputs for the price is awesome!
    manuell correct, but we are not really need ...

    SOUNDS

    The converters are correct,
    The preamps rather nice, although deffinis in the lower medium, lack of precision in the top of the spectrum, but for the price, so good.
    The eq sound!

    OVERALL OPINION

    With ADAT TDIF converter (motu 2408 was 300 euros for 24 tracks) it works very well, departures and returns in AES / EBU or SPDIF for the effect type or M3000 pcm is niquel!
    for the price, this table offers a large number of inputs and outputs, analog and digital. direct access to all settings, DMXR100 way, and have all the fader at your fingertips, it's very nice!! I find this table sounds good, things were enormous mixed it, and I understand pkoi!
    it works very well!
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  • Tascam TM-D8000Published on 09/12/09 at 10:32
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Nothing to add from what is said below. The site of Teac / Tascam provides comprehensive information.
    Personally, I find the features quite impressive in terms of input / output.
    I am not 10/10 because of automated faders would have been a total killer for this console. But I confirm it still manages to work well because the snapshots are effective.
    And for consoles powered when the engine fails, it is very, very bothered.

    UTILIZATION

    I know the Yamaha (01v, 02R, AW4416 ..)
    The configuration is quite different, but finally we made it after a few hours of use and found it really better to have the multi-function knobs for processing all parameters of the slice, like most......
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    Nothing to add from what is said below. The site of Teac / Tascam provides comprehensive information.
    Personally, I find the features quite impressive in terms of input / output.
    I am not 10/10 because of automated faders would have been a total killer for this console. But I confirm it still manages to work well because the snapshots are effective.
    And for consoles powered when the engine fails, it is very, very bothered.

    UTILIZATION

    I know the Yamaha (01v, 02R, AW4416 ..)
    The configuration is quite different, but finally we made it after a few hours of use and found it really better to have the multi-function knobs for processing all parameters of the slice, like most high-end consoles.
    Only problem: the setup is heavy enough to access my taste.

    Still, I consulted the manual for advanced functions.

    And I managed to use it as a command key transport cubase.

    SOUNDS

    I do not use much the A / D converters as I enter the full digital console via 2 Motu 2408 (the feast).
    However, I found that the preamp is correct, just a little less effective than 16:2 allen wz (but we only compare what is comparable).

    The Equal and dynamics: excellent: Nothing to say. It happens to have very good results bills. These are for me among the strengths of this console.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had a few months now and I use it, the more I realize that this is a real beast. Normal that we find little on the market.
    Strong points:
    - THE SOUND
    - VU meter Built
    - The multi-function pots
    - Ability to mix 56 tracks reall
    - The number of inputs / outputs
    - Others

    Weaknesses
    - Lack of automated fader
    - Weight
    - Lack of editing software
    - A friend told me, however, should not carry too much because if ever a component fails, it's galley to repair

    The price / quality ratio is unbeatable, I do not regret my purchase. .

    I think the model above is called Sony DMX-R100 (I'll buy if I have more money). Otherwise I will keep it as it really is beyond its direct competitors.
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