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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: tascam dp-01fx system 50 error
what the above guest said is exactly what you need to do. Make sure of course there is nothing on your FAT(previously exported songs/masters) because they will be erased. just go to menu->disk->fat reform, then press enter
Posted on Dec 18, 2007
SOURCE: Tascam dr-1 recording problem
There is a "PB Control" button. I had the same problem. You've inadvertently told it to change the speed or something on playback. Make sure that none of the indicators at the top of the screen are active (i.e., white letters on black background). Press the PB Control button to toggle it on/off. Also, any files transferred to a computer will not be affected.
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
SOURCE: Tascam DP-02 error 50:0
this happened to my dr-1
what i did is took out the SD card, used a card reader to put all the songs from the music folder onto my laptop, then erased the songs from the card, reinserted it into the Dr-1 and no more error.
hope it helps. tascam doesn't come with a card reader, they use a usb but i've found that a card reader is faster and easier to manage. you can get one anywhere they sell electronics for about $15. cheers
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
this has happened to me too- with different system error codes also not referred to at all in manual !!! i don't know of solution- and have lost the current recording session by having to just turn the device off and hope for the best... i plan on contacting tascam after this project is complete since my unit is still under warranty - GOOD LUCK out there
Posted on Jan 15, 2011
We don't have any graphic means of diagramming. You also don't say if this is for recording or playing or both. Assuming it is both, your best way would be to get two 1/8 stereo cables that split into two RCA plugs. Go from the headphone out of the DR1 to the CD inout jacks on the mixer. Then with the second cable go from teh CD out jacks of the mixer to the line in of the DR1.
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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