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DM1000 vs. DM3200

Discussion in 'Recording' started by DocRoc, Sep 6, 2007.

  1. DocRoc

    DocRoc Guest

    Thanks all for helping create such a great forum. There's a ton of great info/people here. I have another opinion-based question.
    What are your thoughts on these 2 consoles? I'm leaning toward the Yamaha. But, is it really worth the extra $2000? Are the pre's, converters, and DSP THAT much better? Also I've heard many bad things about Tascam's customer support/appreciation. Any real life experiences?

    Ross McAfee
    Noise Gate Audio, LLC.
    Denver/Boulder
     
  2. Alécio Costa - Brazil

    Alécio Costa - Brazil Well-Known Member

    Yamha user here

    Hi,
    I have been working with Yamaha digital boards for 10 years.
    They are very solid, stable, sound pretty fine.
    I/O, flexibility addressing cue mixes make these boards a great choice.

    Do you live in the USA?
    I would look for an used 01V96 or 02R96 at ebay.

    If you are on a budget , the 01V96 can have your job done. I do not have any idea of what is your daily tasks in the studio environment.

    I have had very bad experience with Tascam gear and their infamous support, at least down here in Brazil.
     
  3. thrgadgetman

    thrgadgetman Guest

    Te Tascam customer service sucks, but the console is incredible and really easy to use. All of the bugs seem to be fixed with the firmware upgrades.I use it at my studio for almost 2 years and track 12-16 channels most of the time.
     
  4. thrgadgetman

    thrgadgetman Guest

    Te Tascam customer service sucks, but the console is incredible and really easy to use. All of the bugs seem to be fixed with the firmware upgrades.I use it at my studio for almost 2 years and track 12-16 channels most of the time.
     

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