MONTEBELLO, CA (December 6, 2011) – TASCAM, a well-known veteran for creating home recording devices, today introduced the DR-100mkII 24 bit/96kHz linear PCM recorder. This new rugged recorder offers high-end recording features to musicians and engineers who demand more from their portable recorder. It features four built-in microphones, two cardioid and two omnidirectional, for great sounding recordings. A pair of XLR microphone inputs with phantom power welcomes pro-grade condenser microphones, and line in and out connectors are also provided. The new and improved version of the DR-100 adds balanced line ins, S/PDIF digital inputs, locking connectors and more. All these premium features make DR-100mkII perfect for high-end portable recording, DSLR filmmaking and post production effects gathering.
“The original DR-100 has been a great success, but after listening to our customers’ inputs, we improved the already successful DR-100 to include great features such as balanced XLR line input, locking XLR connectors, improved unidirectional and omnidirectional microphones and much more.” said Paul Jenkins, Senior Vice President for TEAC America.