New TASCAM Digital Recorder

The SD-20M is a 4-channel solid-state recorder for long-form recording      04/02/16

New TASCAM Digital Recorder


Buying Choices

TASCAM has announced the SD-20M, which they describe as a simple-to-use solid-state recorder at a breakthrough price. The 1U rackmount includes a pair of microphone preamps with phantom power for direct microphone recording. Both the mic inputs and line inputs can be recorded simultaneously in four-channel mode. The dual recording mode captures a copy of your audio at a lower level, as insurance against distorted takes.

The SD-20M includes a battery backup system – AA batteries can keep recording for hours in case of power loss. A wired remote or footswitch can be attached to control recording and playback. Variable speed playback allows the playback to be changed without affecting the pitch.

A spokesperson told us, "The TASCAM SD-20M is a flexible, affordable solution for long-form recording."

Features:

  • Four-channel solid-state recorder
  • Two microphone inputs with phantom power on XLR - 1/4" combo jacks
  • RCA stereo line inputs and outputs
  • WAV or MP3 recording formats supported
  • AA battery backup – keeps recording even after power loss
  • SDXC media slot supports up to 128GB cards
  • File divide feature
  • Dual recording function records a copy of your audio at a lower level for a distortion-proof safety track
  • Variable speed playback changes speed without changing the pitch
  • Simple user interface
  • 1/4" stereo headphone output
  • Remote jack for wired or footswitch control


Pricing and Availability:
Available May, 2016

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