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A first for TASCAM

A first for TASCAM
Series 8p Dyna

A first for TASCAM

The Series 8p Dyna is the manufacturer’s first standalone microphone preamp and AD expansion system

TASCAM’s Series 8p Dyna eight-channel mic preamplifier and analogue compressor is the Japanese manufacturer’s first standalone microphone preamp and AD expansion system. It is designed for use both in the studio and onstage.

Housed in a 1U rack-mount casing, the Series 8p Dyna has dual S/MUX optical ports that make it suited for use as an expansion unit for S/MUX-equipped audio interfaces, including TASCAM Series 102i or 208i devices, or it can be used as a standalone front-end expander. It offers eight TASCAM High Definition Instrumentation Architecture preamps, with a noise level of –127dBu, THD at 0.0007%, dynamic range of 116dB and crosstalk at 119dB. Each channel also includes a single-control analogue compressor with true bypass for managing hot input signals and creating a smooth audio input. True bypass is available on a per input basis.


A pair of instrument/microphone combo inputs on the front panel allow users to plug in mics, guitars and an array of other instruments. Six balanced mic/line inputs can be found on the rear. Each microphone input has individually switched +48V phantom power for use with condenser mics. Dual S/MUX optical outputs can also be located on the rear, enabling use as a front-end expander for S/MUX or ADAT-equipped audio interfaces. Using the two S/MUX outputs at the same time, all eight Series 8p Dyna channels can be sent at up to 96kHz (four channels at 176.4kHz or 192kHz).

The Japanese manufacturer has also developed the TH-06 Bass XL monitoring headphones with and ‘enhanced bass response’ to reach the smooth, deep lows needed for producing music in genres such as EDM, hip hop, metal and R&B.

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