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[NAMM][VIDEO] Tascam DR-680mkII

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Our team met Tascam at their NAMM booth to discover the new DR-680mkII portable recorder.

The second generation of Tascam DR-680 portable recorders offers 8 channels of 24-bit / 192 kHz audio.

 

 

Features:

  • 6 mic/line balanced inputs, 4 of them on XLR/jack combos and two TRS
  • 6 Tascam HDDA mic preamps with phantom power
  • 6 RCA unbalanced outputs
  • Coaxial S/PDIF and AES/EBU digital input and output
  • Records to BWF, WAV and MP3 to SD/SDHC/SDXC card
  • 4 channels of MP3 recording at up to 320 kbps
  • 2 channels of WAV or BWF recording
  • Low-cut filter and limiter en each mic/line input
  • Stereo mixer for headphone monitoring and recording
  • Dual recording feature: records at the same time with two different levels
  • GANG feature for a simultaneous input gain operation on multiple channels
  • 2-second pre-recording
  • Automatic recording according to the input level (-48, –24, –12 or –6 dB)
  • Track increment
  • Up to 99 markers per track
  • Playback Repeat
  • Cascade feature to control multiple DR-680mkII from a master unit
  • Custom file names
  • Function lock
  • USB 2.0 port for file transfer
  • Backlit 128 × 64 display
  • Headphone output with level control
  • Built-in mono speaker (500mW)

Discover the new DR-680mkII at tascam.com and in the following video that our team filmed at NAMM 2015. You’ll also see the new DR-44WL pocket recorder:

 

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