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  • Tascam DA-78HRPublished on 02/13/07 at 13:22
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    24-bit 48 kHz. 8 tracks with reductio STREO on headphones or analog (RCA)
    TDIF or ADAT inputs and outputs through the housing adaptation.
    DB25 connector in

    UTILIZATION

    The manual is very clear, but sometimes a little manipulation difficult. However, the interface is simple once the machine set.

    SOUNDS

    Can also serve as A / D Trasparency. Excellent quality.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The best version of this range of machines, which became a standard for recording multipisyes, and partivculier for delivery of masters in 5.1 + stereo broadcast.
  • Always an exceptional machine!

    Tascam DA-78HRPublished on 02/28/11 at 01:47
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Quite simply, today (in 2011) there is still no equivalent on the market, apart from the Tascam to 6000euros HS-8, or a computer with all the rubbish.

    8 inputs, 8 outputs separated in analog, digital, in real multitrack to the re-re, there is not.

    UTILIZATION

    Once you get immersed in the logic of the device is powerful yet accessible. Some manipulations less intuitive than others but you get used very quickly.

    SOUNDS

    Converters (8 A / N and 8 N / A) are escellents, even the current standard: transparent and inviting all at once. In fact, the DA-78 can now serve superb converter 8 channels for one low price!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Even Nagra VI and others (too oriented film and......
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    Quite simply, today (in 2011) there is still no equivalent on the market, apart from the Tascam to 6000euros HS-8, or a computer with all the rubbish.

    8 inputs, 8 outputs separated in analog, digital, in real multitrack to the re-re, there is not.

    UTILIZATION

    Once you get immersed in the logic of the device is powerful yet accessible. Some manipulations less intuitive than others but you get used very quickly.

    SOUNDS

    Converters (8 A / N and 8 N / A) are escellents, even the current standard: transparent and inviting all at once. In fact, the DA-78 can now serve superb converter 8 channels for one low price!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Even Nagra VI and others (too oriented film and more than 6500 €) do not offer features, including separate outputs have no possibilities of re-recording.

    In short, this machine is absolutely outstanding and has never been replaced in terms of usability and sound quality. Just a small revision from time to time, nothing nasty, and here we go: Power - Rec. Stop, Play - Mix. Try doing that with a PC!
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