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Tascam DP-01 FX/CD and V63M Bundle
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The TASCAM DP-01FX/CD Digital 8-Track Portastudio features a one-knob-per-function design that has made TASCAM cassette Portastudios the choice of t...Click To Read More About This Product
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The TASCAM DP-01FX/CD Digital 8-Track Portastudio features a one-knob-per-function design that has made TASCAM cassette Portastudios the choice of thousands of musicians. It shatters the confusing page-shift-menu interface found in most other digital recorders. The DP-01FX has 2 - 1/4 " TRS mic/line inputs, 2 phantom-powered XLR microphone inputs for connecting condenser mics, plus a guitar-level input. Its 8 tracks record at uncompressed CD quality to an internal 40GB hard drive, and a stereo master track is available for recording a mix. Each channel has a 45mm volume fader, plus dedicated controls for pan, effects send, high EQ, and low EQ. An LCD display shows meters, editing settings, and locate points. It has a USB 2.0 jack for file backup and transferring mixes to a computer. There are analog RCA line outputs, a headphone out and S/PDIF line output. The DP-01FX also has a multi-effects processor for adding effects to an instrument during recording and a reverb processor for adding effects during a mix. The built-in CD burner makes backups and mastering a snap.
The MXL V63M Condenser Studio Microphone has a 1" diameter, 6-micron-thick diaphragm that delivers high sensitivity and detailed recordings. Wired with Mogami wire for added clarity. Balanced, transformerless output for low noise. Encased in a heavy-duty brass enclosure. 30Hz-20kHz frequency response. MXL V63Ms have a cardioid pickup pattern. 48V phantom power required.
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This unit has turned into a real disappointment. Its lack of assigned inputs/outputs just kills its usefulness. Its size makes it impractical as a traveling sketch pad. There are just too many excellent pocket units out there. But it's the lack of assigned input/outputs that severely undermines its usefulness as a home studio. Bottom line is if you're a solo artist in the market for an all-in-one type of home studio. Make sure it has plenty of assigned input/outputs or you'll soon be dumping it for something else.