Print

Print


That looks really cool!  I like the fact that you can cascade them for
multi-track, though that would get pricey.  I could see buying four of 'em
for a jazz recording though.

But it's funny how manufacturers are still touting the NE5532 op-amp.  I
used them over 25 years ago in my designs for Quad Eight.  They're fine (a
lot of legendary consoles used them - Neve, Quad Eight, SSL, etc) but there
are many better op-amps available now.

Ellis


On Fri, Oct 25, 2013 at 1:58 PM, Tom Fine <[log in to unmask]>wrote:

> I saw this briefly at AES, but the Tascam guy was more interested in
> talking about how Gibson has bought a major stake in Tascam, so he didn't
> play the card of interest to me:
> http://tascam.com/product/da-**3000/ <http://tascam.com/product/da-3000/>
>
> Looks like it records only to flash media, but then you can dump the files
> onto a connected USB hard drive. I'm not clear from the text on this page
> if it plays DSD files or only records them??? I think this is very
> competitive, feature-wise, to the Korg DSD recorders.
>
> My take is, I'd want USB connectivity to a computer, so I could use it as
> a connected ADC/DAC and record to the hard drive. This feature may have
> been impossible at a $1k price tag.
>
> -- Tom Fine




-- 
Ellis
[log in to unmask]
818-846-5525