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NAMM 2016: Tascam launches new lines; announces new exec VP

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Studio kit

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Tascam

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Daniel Gumble
NAMM 2016: Tascam launches new lines; announces new exec VP

Tascam VL-S3BT monitors

The two-way powered monitors include a 3” woofer and rear ported design for a optimised low-end punch.

The firm has made some major announcements in LA.

Tascam has launched several new products in LA, in addition to announcing a new executive vice president for the Tascam, TEAC Professional and Consumer Audio divisions in the US.

The company has appointed Jim Mack as the new executive vice president, as he rejoins TEAC after a ten-year absence to drive strategic plans for its audio divisions.

He is now tasked with leading sales, business development, product planning, finance, operations, sourcing, and logistics for the TASCAM and TEAC Audio brands.

“I'm thrilled to be back at TEAC and working with the dynamic team both here in the US and in Japan,” said Mack. “TEAC has a long history of building innovative, rock solid products, and I am looking forward to engaging the dealer channel and reinvigorating the brand.”

On the new products front, Tascam has introduced its new VL-S3BT compact desktop studio monitors. The two-way powered monitors include a 3” woofer and rear ported design for a optimised low-end punch. A pair of RCA inputs accepts any line-level input, and a stereo 1/4” to RCA cable is included.  

Tascam also launched the SD-20M solid-state recorder. The 1U rackmount includes a pair of microphone preamps with phantom power for direct microphone recording. Both the mic inputs and line inputs can be recorded simultaneously in four-channel mode. The dual recording mode captures a copy of your audio at a lower level, as insurance against distorted takes. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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