TASCAM Shows Line-Up at ISE 2020, Issues New System Design Guide

TASCAM ISE2020 0220Tascam showed a line-up of install products at ISE 2020 this month and has issued a new System Design Guide (Tascam booth X226 in Hall 7).

Alongside the brand new Model 12, an all-in-one audio mixer, interface, recorder and controller, Tascam will be showing its live video streamers, a range of Dante/AES67-equipped products such as the ML-16D/ML-32D multi-channel audio converters and the compact four-channel DSP audio processors, several mixers as well as stereo to 64-track products for audio playback and recording.

Among the key products for AV integrators are VS-R264 and VS-R265, a pair of ultra-versatile (4K or Full-HD) AV-over-IP products that were previewed at ISE 2019, officially launched at InfoComm 2019 and in between, garnered a ‘Best New Video Product of ISE’ award. Examples of real-life solutions for video streaming and distribution with these exciting products are announced to be on show.

The Tascam MX-8A 8×8 matrix mixer, which is ideal for sound processing and distribution to multiple zones, received a boost recently with the release of the RC-W100 Wall Controller for easy source selection and control of audio levels in each zone. System admins and operators use Tascam’s dedicated MX Connect and EZ Connect control software to set parameters via Ethernet or Wi-Fi.

The new BD-MP1, an extremely flexible media player, is also presented at the ISE. It supports a wide range of AV formats on Blu-ray, DVD and CD discs as well as SD and USB media and provides analog and digital multi-channel and stereo outputs, IP and serial control options, and pristine playback quality.

Tascam also shows the compact MZ-123BT, a professional three-zone mixer ideal for small commercial audio applications. Equipped with two microphone inputs and two line inputs plus Bluetooth and sporting features like automatic ducking for announcements, it is ideal for restaurants, bars, health clubs, stores, hotels and other commercial facilities.

Here are the details.

Here’s a video we shot of the streaming encoders at ISE 2020: