Tascam US-322 and US-366


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Tascam US-322 and US-366

USB interfaces
These interfaces combine on-board digital mixers (DSP mixer) and on-board digital effects (DSP effects) along with advances on the US-122mkII and US-144mkII interfaces. The US-322 and US-366 sport similar aluminum casings plus new improved HDDA (High Definition Discrete Architecture) mic pres. These mic pres offer a wider frequency response (10Hz to 68kHz), high S/N ratio (98dB), low EIN (-120dBu) and low THD+N (0.0045 percent). The US-366 features 24-bit/192kHz recording. The 2-in/2-out US-322 features one mic XLR/line-guitar TRS input, one mic XLR/line TRS input, two line TRS and two line RCA outputs. The 6-in/4-out or 4-in/6-out US-366 adds two line RCA inputs and one digital RCA/optical input/output. One click of the top-loaded Mixer Panel button will access Tascam's new mixing console screen and on-board insert/send effects. The digital mixer offers two operational modes: multi-track mode and stereo-mix mode.
323-726-0303
tascamlit@tascam.com
www.tascam.com


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