Tascam Adds Features to DR-1
Montebello, CA - Jun 17, 2008 - The Tascam DR-1 portable recorder has been updated to version 1.10. The update adds recording and monitoring features to the recorder. The input section now has an additional gain setting for loud sources, and the left and right channels can be reversed during recording. The built-in effects processors can be assigned to the input or playback signal. Finally, when enabling the built-in tuner the output monitoring now has added flexibility.
The Tascam DR-1 provides 1GB of included recording memory. It has a pair of condenser microphones with a pivot mechanism that allows recording at any angle. Recording is available as 16-bit or 24-bit WAV files, or in MP3 format for hours of recording time. The DR-1 includes a rechargeable battery, built-in effects, instrument trainer features and an overdub feature.
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