Tascam DR-60D MkII

Portable Stereo Audio Recorder

  • For digital reflex cameras (DSLR cameras)
  • Up to 24-bit / 96 kHz
  • Stereo or 4-track recording onto SD/SDHC card
  • WAV- and BWF recording formats
  • Recording levels can be adjusted independently for tracks 1, 2 and 3+4
  • Switchable low cut filter
  • HI+PLUS Function for max. input gain up to 64 dB
  • 2 Combined XLR/jack microphone-/line inputs with switchable 24/48 V phantom power
  • Camera in- and out connector 3.5 mm mini jack stereo
  • Headphone output 3.5 mm mini jack stereo
  • Line output 3.5 mm mini jack stereo
  • USB 2.0
  • Micro jack connector 2.5 mm for optional remote control
  • Power supply: 4x AA Batteries, USB or optional power supply (Tascam PS-P520E)
  • Power source automatically switches when needed from external to internal (with a display message)
  • Dimensions: 133 x 93 x 78 mm
  • Weight: 510 g

Further Information

Integrated Stereo Microhone No
Recording Tracks 4
Microphone Inputs 2
48 V Phantom power Yes
Line Inputs 2
Storage Medium SD/SDHC Card
Headphone connection Yes
Integrated Speaker No
Resolution max. 24 bit
Max. Sample Rate 96 kHz
Limiter No

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You really want to like it but it has its flows..
A&L, 26.06.2020
I intended to use it with condenser mics and media player on the inputs, and outputting into a a Sony A7Riii to broadcast live.

The Taskam, has many physical controls, you spend less time Chimping into the menus. I like this a lot. It has plenty of feature (pan control, limiter, low pass , perfect for live)
It has plenty of inputs and outputs. (3 outs, 2 mono in one stereo line 1)
I like it a lot BUT if you are planing to use it as live loop back to your camera (as it is meant to be) with a Sony camera (A7/III) you are in for a disappointment. Forget about it its a disaster.

There is a serious issue with grounding and impedance.

When connected to the sony when using mics(on the tascam) makes the noise floor will raise from the -90dB internal to --64.29 dB on the sony recording

When you connect a line source ( like a music player)
Hell break lose: there is a gigantic ground and noise and noise floor jump at -35dB.

Connected to the input of an audio interface , every thing is fine.

So I would recommend this unit but if you are not using it with a sony dslr / line in. (could not test with other brand).

its a shame.. I can't use it
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It's all you need as a semi-pro videomaker
Elfix50, 15.05.2020
I use it as a backup external audiorecorder as a videomaker. It's perfect for semi-pro / beginner cinema or videomaker.

It's a great product in that range of price. If you can afford to invest 400+ euros, then buy something better for that price. If you have no more than 200€ buy this one eyes closed.

Pros :
- What you get for the price
- Dual monio recording with "backup track" in case of peak
- Versatility
- Can be used with batteries or plugged in, even with a powerbank!

Cons
-Handle with care. It's lots of cheap plastic, it doesn't feel very well factured, but it's still solid.
- Of course for that price, preamps are just good, not great
- You need a stand tyo use it, not very handy to une without stand (although you can still put some hooks and a belt).
- 48v phantom takes a lot of power from the 8 AA batteries
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Does the job I need it to.
Vinny1313, 04.01.2021
This works better for me than the Zoom H5 I used previously. I find that it has a lower noise floor and is more user friendly. My issue with it is the that it eats batteries and drains them even when turned off. I use it for getting sound from a condenser mic into a camera, and a back-up of the audio.
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Its OK but...
jodolittle, 15.12.2020
I've owned a DR 01 for more than a decade and I have to say I loved the straightforward simplicity of that. I was looking for a multitrack field recorder and was looking at a number of Tascam products. I like Tascam because they bridge the world of the old world directness of analog and the endless possibilities of digital in a way that makes sense. Eventually however, I decided to get a Zoom H8 for multitracking (the DR 60 doesnt allow simultaneous recording and playing) and got this for use with my camera. Its taken a while to get into this unit however, and the little use I have made of it has left me with mixed feelings. Yes, there are still nice analog features on it like the volume controls which mean you dont have to go into the menu every time to make quick adjustments. But running phantom mics through it, this little guzzler chews up batteries. I'm also a little disappointed that the DR 60 doesnt seem to integrates at all with a camera when connected but maybe there's a trick I havent yet discovered about this. Overall, I'm not as impressed as I was with my old Tascams but still is a handy unit. It is not my first choice however.
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