TASCAM SD-20M 7
1 – Introduction
Thank you very much for purchasing the TASCAM SD-20M Solid
State Recorder.
Before using this unit, read this owner's manual carefully so that
you will be able to use it correctly and enjoy working with it for
many years. After you have finished reading this manual, please
keep it in a safe place for future reference.
You can also download this Owner's Manual from the TEAC
Global Site (http://teac-global.com/).
Features
Audio recorder that uses SD, SDHC and SDXC cards as
recording media
Simultaneous recording of up to 4 channels
44.1/48/96 kHz, 16/24-bit, linear PCM (WAV format)
recording possible
Broadcast Wave Format (BWF) supported as WAV recording
format
32–320 kbps MP3 format recording possible (compatible
with ID3 tag v2.4)
Dual recording allows two files to be recorded
simultaneously at different levels.
Automatic recording function that starts recording when
the set audio input level is detected
File incrementing function allows a recording to be split by
creating new files at times set in advance and whenever
desired
Pre-recording function allows the unit to record the 2
seconds of sound before recording is activated
Automatic level function allows recording to always be at
the optimal level
Limiter function automatically reduces parts to suitable
levels if the input level is too high
Low cut filter with three cutoff frequencies useful for
reducing low-frequency noise
Variable speed function can adjust the playback speed
between 50% and 150% (in 10% increments) of normal
without changing the pitch
Jumpback play function allows the last several seconds
of the currently played file to be replayed again by simply
pressing a button
Playlist function
Mark function convenient for moving to specific locations
Divide function allows files to be split at positions set with
the mark function and wherever desired (only with WAV
files)
File name format can be set to use a user-defined word or
the date
Resume function remembers the playback position when
the unit is turned off
128×64 dot-matrix LCD with backlight
Can be powered using the included AC adapter (TASCAM
PS-P1220E) or 4 AA batteries
2 balanced mic/line inputs (XLR/TRS combo jacks)
1U rackmount size
This product has a Blackfin® 16/32-bit embedded processor
made by Analog Devices, Inc. This processor controls the
unit's digital signal processing.
Inclusion of this Blackfin® processor in the product increases
its performance and reduces its power consumption.
Included items
This product includes the following items.
Keep the packing materials for transportation in the future.
Please contact TASCAM Customer Support (see back of manual)
if any of these items are missing or have been damaged during
transportation.
Main unit ..............................................................................................× 1
AC adapter (TASCAM PS-P1220E) ................................................× 1
Rackmount screw kit ........................................................................× 1
Owner’s Manual (this document) including warranty .........× 1
CAUTION
Always use the included AC adapter (TASCAM PS-P1220E)
when using this unit. Moreover, never use the included AC
adapter with any other device. Using the wrong adapter
could cause damage, fire or electric shock.
NOTE
The included AC adapter (TASCAM PS-P1220E) is shipped
with alternate outlet plugs. For details about how to change
the plugs, see page 16.
Conventions used in this manual
The following conventions are used in this manual.
When we refer to buttons, connectors and other parts of
this unit, we use a bold font like this: MENU button.
When we show messages, for example, that appear on the
unit’s display, the typeface looks like this:
BROWSE
.
“SD card” indicates SD, SDHC and SDXC memory cards.
Information shown on a computer display is placed in
quotes like this: “OK”.
Additional information is provided as necessary as tips,
notes and cautions.
TIP
These are tips about how to use the unit.
NOTE
These provide additional explanations and describe special
cases.
CAUTION
Failure to follow these instructions could result in injury,
damage to equipment or lost recording data, for example.
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