48 TASCAM DR-60D
4 – Recording
Using the limiter
When the limiter is on, the mic input gain will be adjusted automati-
cally according to the input level to set the recording level so that
distortion does not occur even when loud sounds are input.
1. Press the MENU button to open the
2. Turn the DATA dial to select
, and press the
DATA dial or / button to open the
3. Turn the DATA dial to select
for a channel, and press
the DATA dial or / button.
Ch1 INPUT SETTING screen
4. Turn the DATA dial to set the limiter for mic input.
(default value) Limiter off
MONO Limiter on only for selected channel
LINK Limiter on for both selected and linked
5. When finished making the setting, press the stop (8) [HOME]
button to return to the Home Screen.
• Distortion might occur if the input sound is too loud even when
the limiter is on. In such a case, lower the input level or increase
the distance between the unit and the sound source.
• 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.
• The icon appears on the recording screen when the limiter
is on for any channel (when set to
• The limiter function can be set and changed even during
recording standby and when recording.
• When you change the 1Ch (2Ch) limiter setting from
the setting of the other channel will be changed to match,
so a confirmation pop-up message appears.
Pop-up message when changing from
• The Ch3/4
limiter settings affect both channels.
When set to
, the limiter only affects the channel that
has excessive input. When set to
, the limiter affects both
channels in the pair when either has excessive input.