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New TASCAM HS-20 Network-Ready Recorder For Installation Market

Captures audio to SD or Compact Flash media and makes recordings available on a network for instant remote access

The new TASCAM HS-20 is a stereo recorder that captures audio to SD or Compact Flash media and makes recordings available on a network for instant remote access. Designed for installed audio applications, its network functionality is designed for automated recording and delivery without supervision.

The HS-20 functions as a file server so that recordings can be manually downloaded over a network. There is also client software to automatically upload files to a server on your schedule, with the option to delete the files when finished. Automated recording and playback are available, with the system’s internal clock synchronized to any internet time server.

The HS-20 is built for durability with solid transport buttons, a weighted jog/shuttle wheel, and a color TFT touchscreen display. The rear panel includes balanced and unbalanced analog, S/PDIF and AES/EBU digital audio formats. RS-232C and parallel control interfaces are also provided. The HS-20 records BWAV format audio with resolutions up to 192 kHz/24-bit.


—Two-channel solid-state recorder/player

—Record to SD Card or Compact Flash media

—Clock timer for automated playback, recording, and download

—Automatic scheduled upload to server

—Color TFT touchscreen interface

—Up to 192 kHz/24-bit BWAV resolution

—Import/export AES31 format audio

—Transfer to or import from USB flash drive

—Autosaves every 2 seconds to protect data after unexpected power loss

—Network file access via FTP – server and client with automation

—Unicode file naming for Chinese, Russian, Korean, and Japanese language support

—Update Clock through SNTP protocol


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