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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: tascam 424 portastudio mkII
Okay I have found two solutions here. They may both be the same but the information here is kind of vague so I will post them both. I have found a PS-PS5 power supply as the title suggests. It can be found here: http://www.supermediastore.com/tascam-ps-ps5-power-supply-for-trainer-series.html I have also found a power supply for the Tascam 424 mkii which can be found here: http://cgi.ebay.com/Tascam-PSP424-Replacement-Power-Supply_W0QQitemZ7405614833QQcmdZViewItem Hope this helps!
Posted on Jun 11, 2007
Make sure you have the song loaded first. In this case it sounds like you are importing into a new song, so make sure that you have a new song created and loaded prior to importing.
Then go to the menu by pressing the 'MENU' sutton and from there select 'WAVE' and then 'IMPORT TRACK'. You'll see the list of wav files on the fat partition of the CF media displayed. Select the wav file with your beat track on it (use the DATA DIAL or up/down arrow buttons to highlight the right wav file) and press the 'YES/ENTER' button. You'll be prompted for the track to import into. Select Track01 and press the 'Yes/Enter' button again and the WAV file will be read and inported into track 1.
Please note that the wav file should be a 44.1 kHz, 16-bit and a mono wav before trying to import it. If the beat track was created as a stereo wav you'll have to go into a wav editor like Audacity and resave the file as a mono wav file first. Also for a wav with a bit rate higher than 16-bit, the DP-02 is going to truncate the bits rather than dither and this might effect quality adversly so you might want to make sure that the file is properly saved as 16-bit prior to attempting an import to avoid this.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
My mistake this is a 424 mkIII not a mkII. Sorry for the typo. Great news is I opened the power supply case and un-soldered the fuse. cleaned it off with tarn-x and behold 3 amps 250 volts. Definatly worth the $1.00 im gonna have to pay for that. As for the **** that was gonna charge me a $100 bucks. There is a reason you are doing that to people. And one day your services will be obsolete.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
ok first i just wanna prepare ya on how bad your gonna kick yourself on this one, i have a used one and dont really use honestly i hate it...but i decided to mess around with it and decide to get sumthing decent and bring it to the comp for the first time...and i seen i had the same issue.. and saw that alot of people did to and they went on and on with no solution...so i gave myself 5mins to think and remember....and here ya go you ready... after you save all your songs correctly to get them ready for export...step 1.plug it into your usb port...step 2. ignore the fact that its not being noticed by windows...step 3. go to menu on ur tascam scroll down to disk hit yes/enter.step 4..now ur in the disk menu and right there the third choice..usb open/close hit enter and there ya go you will be prompt to open the usb port and everything is done your ready to go...when ur done u close the port...basicly an on and off switch for the usb port...i hope it helps and its not too late...good luck..oh it should be in the manual under usb...thats how i remembered it cause i remember reading it.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
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To remove a stuck CD from Tascam CC222
This solved the "Now OPC" problem
1. Unplug unit
2. Remove the top cover, (3 screws on each
side and 3 on the back, lift cover).
3. Plug in unit.
4. Power on the unit to observe the drive
spindle spinning clockwise, (1" disc on top of drive).
5. Turn off unit, do not unplug at this
6. Use a small screwdriver to prevent the
drive spindle from spinning.
7. Power on the unit preventing the spin.
8. In approximately 10 seconds the display
will read "Disc Error" and the CD tray will open.
9. Remove the screwdriver and the disc.
10. Turn off the unit and unplug.
11. Replace the cover.
12. Use a better quality disc.
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