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Casio DA-R100

Review | Sound On Sound, Jul 1992
Portable DAT Recorder

Derek Johnson gets acquainted with a DAT machine that's small but perfectly formed.

Casio DA1

Review | Sound On Sound, Mar 1989
The Digital Master

Casio's DA1 is the smallest and cheapest Digital Audio Tape recorder on the market, and an ideal addition to any home studio. Paul Ireson swoons in its presence.

Casio DA7

Review | Music Technology, Feb 1991
Portable DAT Recorder

Casio's DA1 and DA2 Digital Audio Tape machines have helped put DAT into many budget studios. Tim Goodyer suggests that the DA7 will see it in a few more.

Digital Dream Baby

Review | Sound On Sound, Sep 1989
Casio DA2 DAT Recorder

Following hot on the heels of their DA1, Casio have now released the DA2 portable DAT recorder. Paul Ireson takes a look at what's new.

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A New Master

Feature | Topic: Tape, Vinyl, CD, DAT | Music Technology, Jul 1990

With Digital Audio Tape becoming widely used for mastering, it's important to know how it differs from its quarter-inch predecessor and how it can benefit you. Vic Lennard acknowledges his new master.

Hands On: Casio DA7 DAT Recorder

Feature | Topic: Digital Audio, Recording, Tape, Vinyl, CD, DAT | Sound On Sound, Aug 1992

Casio's DA7 is one of the cheapest DAT recorders on the market, yet it is still a suitable machine for mastering. David Mellor reveals its better features and finds ways round a couple of problems.



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