Question about Tascam 202MKIII Single Dual Cassette Deck
Is there a twin cassette recorder on the market similar to the above where you can play a tape on Deck (1) and record it at the same time on Deck (2)?
Also I use a shure SM57 mike to record but the background amp noise is
excessive when played back.
Most all twin well machines will play off one deck and record to the other.
using an outboard mic preamp will allow for less noise using the sm57. balanced mic cable with 3 pin xlr/cannon connections also reduce noise.
Posted on Dec 09, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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