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More channels. More inputs. The new TASCAM DM-3200 has more of everything that made the DM-24 a pedigreed studio workhorse. Plus an improved physical interface with per-channel multi-function LED ring encoders, more comprehensive DAW control, vastly improved routing flexibility, easier and robust data backup/ restore, greatly expanded mix storage using compact flash media and much more.The DM-3200 features 32 full-featured channels and 16 returns for a total of 48 channels at mixdown - even at its full 96kHz / 24-bit audio resolution. It has 4-band fully-parametric EQ and dynamics on every channel and two effects processors, each capible of running the built-in TC Works Reverb processor. Surround mixing is available with up to 6.1-channel panning, and the optional IF-SM/DM expansion card adds surround monitoring and downmixing to the DM-3200.The DM-3200 provides a new way to record with DAW recording software. With the addition of an optional expansion card, the IF-FW/DM FireWire interface, the DM-3200 becomes a 24-channel computer audio interface, making it a complete studio solution for professional DAW recording. Built-in HUI and Mackie Control emulation allows the console to function as a flexible control surface for workstation software. This gives you the best of both worlds - total control over your recording software transport and mixing capabilities with the cue mixing, talkback, microphone preamps and world-class automation provided by the DM-3200.TASCAM DM-3200 Features 32 channels and 16 auxiliary returns for 48 total inputs 16 busses - configurable as two 6.1 surround sends 8 Aux Sends 16 analog mic/line inputs with phantom power for condenser mics, analog inserts and -20dB pad switch 24 channels of TDIF and 8 channels of ADAT built in 2 expansion card slots support optional FireWire, ADAT, AES/EBU, Analog & TDIF cards Dedicated cascade port supports cascade of two DM-3200s Per channel LED ring encoders for pan, aux sends and EQ Built-in DAW control All inputs, effects and processing are available at 96k -- no features are sacrificed at full sampling rate Transport controls control DAW, HDR or tape playback Dedicated DAW control surface layer for Digidesign Pro Tools, Cakewalk SONAR, MOTU DP, Apple Logic, Steinberg Cubase and Nuendo Powerful automation with touch-sensitive motorized faders 4-band parametric EQ and dynamics on each channel 32-bit internal resolution with 64-bit EQ resolution Two built-in effects processors include TC Works reverb processing Flexible routing - route from virtually any input to any output Back up mix data to convenient Compact Flash media slot or to USB Optional MU-1000 meter bridge Stylish, professional design with rear panel I/O connections TASCAM Mixer Companion software (Win XP/OSX) with: Driverless USB connection to computer Backup/restore data via USB On screen timecode, transport and meter displays Maximum overall dimensions (w x d x h): 27.6" x 32.9" x 9.1" (700mm x 836mm x 230mm) Weight 52.8lbs (24kg) *


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