Interesting addition for sound recordists from Tascam £181

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A backup recorder for radio mic systems or a simple audio recorder for weddings. Many a time in the past colleagues of mine would insert a mini disk into a grooms inside pocket with a small tie clip mic to record the vows, now Tascam have made life easy with this new digital DRC-10C audio recorder.

TASCAM’s DR-10C-series recorders connect to your lavaliere microphone to create a compact recording system that fits on a belt pack. Two versions are available: the DR-10CS for Sennheiser mics and DR-10CH for Shure microphones. Additionally, option kits are available for Sony/RAMSA (AK-DR10CR.) and Shure (AK-DR10CH)

The DR-10CS & CH recorders have both inputs and outputs, so they can either be used stand-alone or with a wireless transmitter. When used with a transmitter, the DR-10C acts as a backup to protect against wireless dropouts during recording. For lectures or worship services, the DR-10C can record the entire program before it gets to the front of house system. And for events like weddings and reality TV production, the DR-10C is a compact recording system for body mics.

The lightweight DR-10C runs for hours on a single AAA battery. It records to standard microSD media. Recording features include auto-gain and a low-cut filter for simple setup. Its dual recording feature records a safety track of your audio at a lower level, so in case of distortion you have a non-clipped backup. When multiple units are used, an infrared signal can synchronize settings between recorders.

Whether using it as a backup or as a primary recording system, there’s nothing else like the TASCAM DR-10CS and CH.

Tascam DR-10C – Instantly Back Up Your Wireless Audio Recordings from cinema5D on Vimeo.

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1 comment on this post

  1. Been using them for a year or so….

    Brilliant wee bit o kit, got 3 of em

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