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[NAMM] Tascam HS-2 & HS-8 Multitracks

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Digital Multitrack Recorder/DtD from Tascam

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TASCAM's HS-8 and HS-2 are the studio solutions for professional multi-track recording and playback to solid-state media.

From studio surround recording to post production and broadcast playback of HS-P82 location recordings, the eight-track HS-8 is designed to fit a variety of multitrack roles from TASCAM’s DA-88 recorders.

Like the HS-8, the stereo HS-2 includes SMPTE timecode and RS-422 for use in broadcast and post production.

Features:
•    8-channel (HS-8) and 2-channel (HS-2) solid-state audio recorder
•    Records to Compact Flash media
•    Up to 192kHz/24-bit Broadcast WAV file recording(4-channel recording on HS-8)
•    8-channel 96kHz/24-bit resolution (HS-8)
•    8-channel recording plus stereo mix track at 44.1/48k resolution (HS-8)
•    Internal stereo mixer with level/pan controls (HS-8)
•    BWF file format with iXML metadata
•    Multi-channel flash start
•    Dual CF card slots for mirroring or continuous recording
•    Color TFT touch panel interface
•    5-second pre-record buffer
•    Cascade function for multiple unit operation

Physical specifications:
•    Balanced analog inputs and outputs on 25-pin D-sub connectors (HS-8)
•    XLR stereo analog input and output for channels 1 and 2
•    AES/EBU digital I/O on 25-pin D-sub connector (HS-8)
•    XLR stereo AES/EBU I/O for channels 1 and 2
•    8-channel ADAT optical digital in and out (HS-8)
•    Video/word clock BNC input
•    Word clock BNC out/thru
•    SMPTE timecode BNC in/out
•    PS/2 keyboard input
•    RS-422/RS-232C serial control input
•    Parallel control port
•    RJ-45 LAN control (10/100/1000) on locking connector
•    RC-HS20PD Remote input
•    USB 2.0 host connector for transfer to flash memory drive
•    1/4" stereo headphone output
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