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TASCAM UNVEILS THE X-48MKII, STANDALONE 48-TRACK HYBRID HARD DISK WORKSTATION
Posted on Wednesday, October 26, 2011

New York, NY – AES Booth #421 (October, 2011) – TASCAM, a world leader in recording technology for over five decades, today unveils the TASCAM X-48MKII. This is a new and improved version of the original X-48 - the world’s first standalone 48-track Hybrid Hard Disk Workstation co-developed with SaneWave. The X-48MKII continues to integrate the best of both worlds: the stability and ease-of-use of a purpose-built hard disk recorder, with the GUI, editing, and mixing features of a computer-based digital audio workstation. The X-48MKII goes beyond mere standalone recorders with a built-in, automated 48-channel digital mixer and powerful editing functions. Plug in a VGA monitor, mouse and keyboard for editing, track naming and monitor mixing making it the ultimate multi-track solution for premium quality music, post and live recording applications.

“We at TASCAM want our customers to think “Quality, Versatility and Innovation” when it comes to our products. We’ve been in this business a long time, and will continue proving our customer focus by providing new products such as the X-48MKII 48-track Hybrid Hard Disk Workstation.” said Paul Jenkins, Senior Vice President for TEAC America.

TASCAM X-48MKII 48-Track Hybrid Hard Disk Workstation Features:

  • 1 TB internal hard drive
  • eSATA and USB interfaces
  • 48-hour continuous recording @ 44.1kHz
  • 20-hour continuous recording @ 96kHz
  • Dual-core Intel ATOM processor
  • HDTV tri-level sync
  • GUI for recording, mixing, editing and metering