Portable Production - 2009 Product Source
Products that simplify production from the field
LS-11: The LS-11 has an expanded internal memory capacity of 8GB, an intuitive interface that enables users to add index marks and edit files within the recorder, and records in uncompressed 24-bit/96kHz Linear PCM format for digital stereo recordings. For podcasters and other traveling audiophiles who want to keep files small and record basic audio, the LS-11 is optimized for mono-recording as well.
X6R: The X6R is an eight-in-one, 16-channel, analog-AES/EBU converter in a 1RU enclosure. Its flexibility emerges from the two card slots on the rear that can be equipped with five different card types. No matter whether conversion of analog signals (16 inputs, 16 outputs, 8 inputs and 8 outputs, dual microphone inputs with two independent adjustable gains) to AES/EBU, or a sample rate converter for AES3 input signals is required, the X6R is the customized device to provide the interfaces in the Optocore and sample rates up to 192kHz.
DR-07: Based on Tascam's DR-1, the DR-07 records to SD or SDHC card media, and a 2GB SD card is included with the unit. A stereo pair of electret condenser microphones captures performances as 24-bit WAV or MP3 files. The DR-07 is powered by AA batteries and files can be transferred to computer using a high-speed USB 2.0 connector.
Modular USB-powered sound card
PUC2: PUC2 is a professional USB-powered soundcard with digital and analog audio interfaces. It combines failsafe installation with a new modular design. It still features PUC'n'Play technology while improving audio quality to deliver up to 24-bit/192kHz. AES-3 is the standard interface of every PUC2 soundcard. The modular design enables delivery of varying interfaces for the back. The analog line input/output module provides professional levels +15/+18dBu full scale. The microphone input module with 48V phantom power and up to 60dB gain dissolves the need for additional mic preamp equipment.
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