Question about Tascam DP01FX All-In-One Recording Package Microphone
Hi, thank´s to take the time to help me
I have a tascam DP 01/FX and i was copy a song when appear this legend : "song complete" but it´s not working since that thing happen. And when i turn on say "reading song" but its not working, not any key, not any function. I try something, (cause sometimes work in other instruments) i press the key "shut down" and the key "track edit" to 3 seconds, and after that i tur on the DP 01/FX and this is that can read "initialize HDD... are your shure? i dont want to lose my songs, and anything i have on my tascam. what can i do?
helpme if you can, just tell me what to do
thank´s a lot and please for my bad, bad english
Here's a link to a forum where someone else encountered the same error. Seems it was due to running out of disc space in that instance.
Posted on Jan 03, 2008
Usually an indication of bad sectors on the hard drive. This can be caused by bumping the unit when it is running, excessive vibration, a power failure while it is on, improper shutdown, or expoure to a strong magnetic field like having a subwoofer too close or an intermittent faulty power supply.
Your options are to return the unit (if it is still under warranty), or if not to open up the DP-01, remove the hard drive, connect it to a PC and perform a low level format (or take the drive to your nearest PC repair shop and have them reformat it).
Unfortunately you'll lose any data that wasn't backed up, but this should bring back your DP-01.
Posted on Jan 05, 2008
No CD comes with the DP-01. The Tascam relys on your computers USB drivers to work.
You should probably try the DP-01 on someones else's computer first to se if it works there.
This is usually some kind of incompatiblity between the usb cable or the use hub and the usb speed (1.1 or 2.0). I would try bypassing any usb hub you might have in use first. If that doesn't work you might want to try another usb cable.
Posted on Jul 24, 2008
SOURCE: memory poor
This is an error in Tascam's code that usually means 'out of disk space'. Try using 'delete unused' to free up some space first within the song you're on and after that you might consider backing up some songs to your PC and then deleting them from the DP-01 to free up more disk space.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
You need a PS-1225 power adapter. According to them you should use only that power supply. It has +12 volts out at 2.5 amps. The center pin is + and the outside shaft is negative. It is 100 to 120 VAC at 15 watts power consumption. You may be able to use the supply for the newer DP-02. The 01 is discontinued. If you decide to make one yourself, make sure the specs are exactly the same and the polarity is correct and the plug size is perfect.
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
you have to initiate the open usb on the device. If you are using the device to transfer files from its own memory to your computer, you press menu, then scroll down to usb open/close etc. the manual has all the info on page 44
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
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