Tascam HS-8, HS-2
Solid state recorders
Tascam's HS-8 and HS-2 are the first studio solutions for professional multi-track recording and playback to solid-state media. From studio surround recording to post production and broadcast playback of HS-P82 location recordings, the 8-track HS-8 fits a variety of multitrack roles first pioneered by DA-88 recorders. Like the HS-8, the stereo HS-2 includes SMPTE timecode and RS-422 for use in broadcast and post production. Up to 192kHz/24-bit recording formats are available. A mixer is built into the HS-8 for monitoring, and the stereo mix can be recorded live as a separate track.
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