TASCAM DR-60D 47
4 – Recording
4. Turn the DATA dial to set the mic input gain.
has only two mic input gain options—
settings change the input gain, and
should be set according to the input level.
If you are not sure which setting to use, try
first. If the input
level is too low even after adjustment, return to the
screen and set it to
. If the level is still too low, set it
• The limiter function can be set and changed even during
recording standby and when recording.
5. When finished making the setting, press the stop (8) [HOME]
button to return to the Home Screen.
6. Press the record (0) button to begin recording standby.The
record indicator flashes red and the recording screen appears.
7. Use the 1/L, 2/R and 3-4 knobs on the front of the unit to adjust
the input levels.
If the input levels are too high, the peak indicators to the left of
the 1/L, 2/R and 3-4 knobs light red.
A b mark is provided at –12 dB on the level meters. Set the
input level so that the indicator bars move to and fro with this
mark at about the center without causing the 1/L knob, 2/R
knob, 3-4 knob PEAK indicator to light red when the loudest
During mic input, this lights if distortion occurs in the analog
circuitry. During line level input, this does not light even if
distortion occurs in the analog circuitry.
To monitor the sound while adjusting the input levels or
recording, connect headphones to the PHONES jack.
Use the PHONES jack volume control to adjust the monitoring
level. Changing the monitoring volume does not affect the
8. When finished making the setting, press the stop (8) [HOME]
button to exit recording standby.