Tascam Porta Two Cassette Four-Track Tape Recorder
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Ik heb geen handleiding meer, maar je kan een manual pdf van 39 pagina's downloaden als je even googeld ;)
Type: 2-head, single compact cassette deck
Track System: 4-track, 4-channel
Tape Speed: 4.8 cm/s
Heads: 1 x record/playback, 1 x erase
Motor: 1 x DC servo
Tape Type: CrO2
Noise Reduction: DBX
Frequency Response: 40Hz to 12.5kHz (CrO2 tape)
Signal to Noise Ratio: 85dB (DBX)
Wow and Flutter: 0.05%
Total Harmonic Distortion: 1.0%
Input: 300mV (line), 1.26mV (mic)
Output: 0.3V (line)
Dimensions: 410 x 68 x 299mm
The Porta Two is a portable cassette four-track tape recorder manufactured by Tascam.
Teac/Tascam are a huge influence in home recording. The Teac 144, the first cassette four-track recorder, was released in 1979. The 144 kicked off the cassette recording revolution. The Tascam Porta One was released in 1984 offering battery power.
HOW IT WAS USED
The cassette four-track allowed any musician to make quality home recordings at an affordable price. The media, cassettes, is cheap, so you could record lots of music. You had four mono tracks to work with. A typical format was to record drums or drum machine on track one, bass on track two, guitar on track three, and vocals on track four. If you needed more than four tracks you could record tracks one, two, and three with music and bounce/mix them onto track four. Now committing to your mix on track four, you record over tracks one, two, and three for a total of six tracks. Recording with four tracks forces you to commit to performances and mixes early on in the creative process.
Omdat ie nog zo oldskool en vintage is doe ik hem weg aan de liefhebbers voor €325,00