Tascam DP-01FX/CD Digital Portastudio Released

Montebello, CA (August 29, 2005)--Tascam's new DP-01FX/CD Digital Portastudio with built-in CD burner is now available at a street price of $700. Based on the DP-01 and DP-01FX, the new DP-01FX/CD features eight tracks, two XLR inputs with phantom power, a pair of digital effects processors and a simple-to-use interface. The DP-01FX/CD adds a CD-RW drive for backing up projects and burning a CD of your final mix to share with friends, band members and record companies.
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Montebello, CA (August 29, 2005)--Tascam's new DP-01FX/CD Digital Portastudio with built-in CD burner is now available at a street price of $700. Based on the DP-01 and DP-01FX, the new DP-01FX/CD features eight tracks, two XLR inputs with phantom power, a pair of digital effects processors and a simple-to-use interface. The DP-01FX/CD adds a CD-RW drive for backing up projects and burning a CD of your final mix to share with friends, band members and record companies.

"The DP-01FX is the latest in a long line of Portastudios--a category literally invented by Tascam," said Rick McClendon, Tascam division manager. "Tascam continues to revolutionize the home recording market with this new offering. Over the past 25 years, the Portastudio has been so successful because it's easy for musicians to use, and these three new digital Portastudios make digital recording as easy as using one of our cassette Portastudios. With the DP-01FX/CD, we add the ability to burn a CD--the final step in finishing a music project for home or professional use."

The DP-01FX/CD has two mic/line inputs on balanced 1/4" TRS or XLR jacks for dual mono or stereo recording. Its eight tracks record at uncompressed CD quality to an internal 40GB hard drive, and a stereo master track is available for recording a mix. Each channel of the DP-01FX/CD has a 45mm volume fader, plus dedicated controls for pan, effects send, high EQ and low EQ. A pair of multieffects processors onboard for adding effects to an instrument during recording, and a reverb processor for adding effects during a mix. An LCD display shows meters, editing settings and locate points. It has a USB 2.0 jack for transferring files to a computer for editing, and a CD-RW drive for file backup and audio CD mastering. There are analog RCA line outputs, a headphone out and S/PDIF line output.

Among the DP-01FX/CD's various features are: dedicated controls on each channel for volume, pan, effect send, EQ high and EQ low; eight 45mm Faders plus a dedicated Master fader; two-band semi-parametric EQ per track; two 1/4" TRS mic/line inputs; two phantom powered XLR microphone inputs; guitar level input; built-in reverb and multieffects processors; and more.

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