Re: portable recorders


Subject: Re: portable recorders
From: Paschall de Paor (pdp@ul.ie)
Date: Tue Jan 12 1999 - 06:41:08 EST


A little caveat re. the DA-P1. We've had ours 18 months, and unfortunately
its been to the repair shop 3 times. We're probably unlucky with a dodgy
drive mechanism.

paschall

> Just to add my two cents worth. I've used the Tascam DA-P1 and can
> sing its praises too. I once did a recording inside a rodeo arena (!) which
> required quite a bit of jumping around and over fences etc to keep from
> being run over by large farm animals. Needless to say the Tascam took some
> major knocks and didn't miss a beat, so to speak. Highly recommended unit.
> Cheers,
>
> Andrew
>
> re:
>>Mark Nelson,
>>
>>In response to your question about portable recording devices, I own a
>>Tascam DA-P1 portable DAT machine. I rely on it to do my location and
>>field recordings for film and live music recordings. It's been through
>>a lot and I haven't had a single problem with it yet (touch wood).
>>snip........
>>Hartley Wynberg
>>Toronto
>>wynberg@centtel.com
>
>
> Andrew Czink
>
> earsay productions
> earsay.com
> #308-720 Sixth St.
> New Westminster BC
> V3L 3C5
>
> czink@earsay.com
>
>
>



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