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    Tascam DR-40X

    Portable Recorder 
& USB Audio Interface

    Featuring four-track recording, overdubbing and mixing facilities, this handy recorder promises more than most...

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    Tascam Model 24

    Mixer, Multitrack Recorder 
& USB Audio Interface

    Offering both retro analogue simplicity and modern digital recording facilities, can this device be master of all trades?

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    Tascam DR-680 MkII

    Multitrack Location Recorder

    For those wanting to record and mix multiple sound sources on location, could the DR-680 MkII be the best tool for the job?

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    Tascam 2488 MkII

    24-track Digital Portastudio

    Tascam's revamp of their groundbreaking 2488 digital multitracker still offers unique selling points, but have the competition pulled ahead in other areas? Read on to find out...

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    Tascam DR44WL

    Handheld Four–track Recorder

    Tascam’s latest pocket–sized recorder introduces remote control via Wi–Fi and an innovative microphone capsule assembly.

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    Tascam DVRA1000HD

    High-resolution Stereo Recorder

    Real-time recording to CD, DVD or HD — and DSD too? Tascam's newly upgraded DVRA1000 now seems to have it all...

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    Tascam DR1

    Portable Digital Recorder

    The field recorder market just got a little more crowded, but does Tascam's take on the portable two-track concept add anything new?

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    Tascam DR08

    24-bit 96kHz Digital Recorder

    Tascam have made their smallest, lightest and most straightforward pocket recorder so far.

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    Tascam DR2D

    Digital Recorder

    Tascam's mid-range pocket-sized digital recorder, the DR2D, supersedes the earlier DR1 — but does it have enough tricks to compete in an ever-evolving market?

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    Tascam DP008

    Portable 8-track Recorder

    Tascam's latest 'Portastudio' boasts more hands-on controls than most such recorders.

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    Tascam DR40

    Handheld Four-track Recorder

    Tascam’s new handheld recorder boasts four-track recording capability, but is that enough to help it break through in a very competitive market?

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    Tascam DP24

    24-track Portastudio

    With eight-track simultaneous recording and up to 32 tracks on mixdown, the DP24 proves you don’t need a computer to produce music.

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    Tascam HDP2

    Portable Digital Stereo Recorder

    Quality mic preamps, 24-bit/192kHz operation, timecode sync... Tascam's upwardly-mobile new recorder is going places.

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    Tascam DVRA1000

    High-resolution Stereo Digital Recorder

    This new stand-alone recorder from Tascam records a variety of high-resolution audio formats directly to DVD discs.

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    Tascam DP01 & DP01FX

    Digital Multitrackers

    Tascam's two new digital multitrackers are the latest in their long line of Portastudio products.

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    Tascam Pocketstudio 5

    Portable Digital Studio

    Tascam's Pocketstudio might not be quite what you'd call pocket-sized, but it does cram an MP3 digital recorder, a General MIDI sound module and comprehensive multi-effects into an impressively small space.

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    Tascam CDRW2000

    CD Recorder

    If you're on a very tight budget then you might be willing to live with a CD recorder with unbalanced analogue phono connectors, consumer S/PDIF digital interfacing and no-frills operation. However, if you want more professional features, then the CDRW2000 is well worth checking out.

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    Tascam DA45HR

    24-bit DAT Recorder

    A 24‑bit, high‑resolution version of the DAT format allows users of 24‑bit workstations to transfer their mixes using readily available, cheap media.

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