The TASCAM CD-A580 offers the ability to record from cassette to MP3 on USB.
TASCAM said it is proud to announce a new cassette recorder/player for the professional audio market. That’s right, a new cassette recorder/player in 2017! It’s called the CD-A580 and it’s a CD, USB and Cassette Player/recorder that also serves as a feature-rich, multi-platform playback unit.
Joe Stopka, Director of Sales and Business development for TASCAM said that as much as the audio world is shifting to digital, there is still strong market demand for a cassette device. And the company’s new CD-A580, with the ability to not only play cassettes but to record from cassette to MP3 on USB, provides the perfect bridge from the past to the future.
TASCAM has also unveiled new and highly affordable solid-state audio recording products and a remote control unit that bring high-quality audio recording and networking control to the professional installation, sound reinforcement and House of Worship markets.
The new RC-SS150 Flash Remote controller, which features a full color LCD screen, Start and Stop control and 12 flash play buttons.
Building on the company’s popular SS-CDR200 unit, the new SS-R250N solid-state recorder and SS-CDR250N solid-state/CD recorder offer features like networking, scheduled recording, and optional Dante support via the TASCAM IF-DA2 Dante card.
These highly portable units have also been designed to pair with and power the new RC-SS150 Flash Remote controller, which features a full color LCD screen, Start and Stop control and 12 flash play buttons.
The new range of TASCAM Professional Rackmount products are expected to ship in the coming months with anticipated prices of: SSR250N $799.99; SS-CDR250N $999.99; RC-SS150 $399.99; IF-DA2 $299.99; CD-A580 $399.99.
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