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Tascam DP-004 Portable Multitrack Recorder New Open Box
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The portable TASCAM DP-004 4-track Digital Recorder is based on 25-years of easy-to-use cassette TASCAM Portastudios. The DP-004 Pocketstudio has bee...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Portastudio's digital sibling has arrived and it's just as easy to use as the original.
The portable TASCAM DP-004 4-track Digital Recorder is based on 25-years of easy-to-use cassette TASCAM Portastudios. The DP-004 Pocketstudio has been updated with 4 tracks of CD-quality digital recording. Like the classic Portastudios, a row of knobs sets levels and pan instead of a list of menus.
The TASCAM DP-004 records up to 2 microphones at once to layer and mix tracks on the included 1GB SD Card. The multitrack recorder's built-in stereo condenser microphone makes it simple to use the TASCAM DP-004 to record anywhere you go. Or you can plug your microphones into the rear-panel inputs.
Once you set levels and pan, record your mix to the dedicated stereo master track and transfer to a computer over USB 2.0. Despite its go-anywhere compact design, the TASCAM DP-004 Portable Multitrack Recorder is friendly enough for students, songwriters and anyone who wants to keep their recording process simple and creative.
- 2 - 1/4" mic inputs
- Switchable guitar input
- Headphone/Line output
- USB 2.0 connector
- Records to SD Card media
- 1GB SD card included
- Powered through AA batteries or optional power adapter (not included)
- CD-quality 44.1kHz/16-bit WAV recording
Don't be tied down to record only in one place; go anywhere and still get great sound. Order today.
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I got one and am loving it. I play guitars and bass, sing and am learning to use the Alesis SR-16 drum machine. The Tascam built in mics are for convenient recording and are OK but the recording quality is naturally better if you can use a mixer and record using the line in (2).The fact that you can record 4 tracks with this and then mix them down to one or 2 (for stereo) tracks, leaving you more tracks to use, is great. After some initial struggling with instructions, I have learned to use this and am excited about it. I think that if you have some digital reverb and a decent mic and mixer, the recording quality is amazing for such a small price. I'd like to go get the 8 track model. For just a little more money, having 8 tracks allows you room for lots more recording. Even if you are just preparing to record in a studio, it's worth using home recording to get your songs all figured out. You'd save a lot of money over the studio time