Tascam DR60D MKII 4-Track Audio Recorder for DSLR Cameras

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    Tascam DR60D MKII 4-Track Audio Recorder for DSLR Cameras

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    Jigsaw Code: G528AAG
    Manufacturer Code: DR-60DMK2

    • Microphone Inputs: 2 analogue inputs on XLR
    • Line Inputs: 1 analogue inputs on 3.5mm Stereo Mini 5V Electret Mic Input
    • Line Outputs: 1 analogue outputs on 1/8 inch Stereo Jack
    • Recording Media: SD/SDHC Memory Card

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    The Tascam DR-60D MKII is a 4 track audio recorder for on-set filmmakers and videographers using DSLR's, overcoming the obstacles of low-quality audio inputs in DSLRs and bulky add-on converters with limited features.

    The DR-60D MKII's 4 track recording means that you can shoot on DSLR and record boom mics, lavaliers and other sources simultaneously, all in perfect sync with the picture and at a professional quality. As well as a recorder, the Tascam DR-60D can also function as mixer, with a dedicated output back to the audio inputs of the camera. The recorder utilizes high-grade HDDA pre-amps and converters, and a durable but lightweight structure and shape. This device will fit snuggly under any camera or into any rig, and record up to 96kHz/24-bit high quality audio straight to SD/SDHC media. Filmmakers have at their disposal two 1/4"-XLR Locking Combo MIC/LINE Inputs, 3.5mm Stereo MIC Input, Camera In, Camera Out, Line Out and Headphone Out. Both 1/4"-XLR Combo Inputs supply +48V Phantom Power and the 3.5mm Input supplies Plug-In Power for microphones requiring a bias voltage. Most importantly, DSLR film-makers can now accurately monitor their audio levels via the headphone connector to make sure no clipping has occurred, a common problem for those using XLR converters but recording directly to the camera.

    The DR-60DMKII is incredibly easy to use, employing TASCAM's very popular user interface and external controls for every major operation. The body structure, soft-touch keys and dials are designed specifically to help eliminate handling noise. The multiple record modes include, 4-Channel Record, Auto Record and TASCAM's Dual Record "Safety Track" Mode make the DR-60D one of the most versatile recorders on the market. The DR-60D features a tripod screw fixings at the base and on the top, allowing it to be placed between a camera and the tripod.

    Other key features of the DR-60D MKII include independent level adjustment for Mic Inputs 1 and 2 and the stereo 3-4 input. It offers on board M-S decoding, a dual recording function which allows two files to be recorded simultaneously at different levels, a 2 second pre-record buffer and connections for optional remote control. It operates on 4 x AA batteries and has a micro USB socket for quick file transfer.


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    General Specifications

    Portable Field Recorder
    Number of Channels
    Recording Media
    SD/SDHC Memory Card
    Supported Audio File Formats
    Maximum Supported Bit Depth (WAV)
    Maximum Supported Sample Rate
    Phantom Power
    Frequency Response
    20Hz - 20kHz


    Microphone Inputs
    2 analogue inputs on XLR
    Line Inputs
    1 analogue inputs on 3.5mm Stereo Mini 5V Electret Mic Input
    Additional Inputs
    Camera input
    Built-in Speaker
    Line Outputs
    1 analogue outputs on 1/8 inch Stereo Jack
    Headphone Outputs
    Computer Connectivity
    Mini USB

    Power Options and Recording Time

    Power Requirements
    4 x AA Batteries, optional TASCAM PS-P515U power adapter or optional TASCAM BP-6AA external battery pack
    Maximum Recording Time
    1hr 33 per GB storage card (16 bit, 48kHz) 31 minutes per GB storage card (24 bit, 96kHz)

    Weight & Dimensions

    H 93mm W 133mm D 78mm
    Weight (kg)


    1 Year Limited Warranty

    What's in the Box

    USB cable, warranty card, Owner's manual
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