09.06.2005 03:01 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Tascam unveils new tools

Tascam’s new mixer and CD player are made exclusively for broadcasters.

The DM-3200 from Tascam is a new 48-channel professional 96kHz/24-bit digital audio console with 6.1 surround panning, full LED indicators and an optional IF-SM/DM surround monitoring interface card that adds multichannel monitor and downmix capabilities.

USB connectivity is standard with IEEE 1394 — an option for working with computer digital audio workstations (DAW).

Tascam’s CD-601mkII CD player features an optional remote control. Users can search using the jog wheel, index searches or flash starts. In addition, the CD-601mkII can save up to 10 cue points per CD. It also features pitch control, auto cue with five threshold levels, auto read and CD text.

For more information, visit www.tascam.com.

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