Tascam DR-60DmkII - 4-Channel Portable Recorder for DSLR



The DR-60DmkII 4-Channel Portable Recorder for DSLR from Tascam is the latest generation of...
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Designed to cater to the needs of DSLR audio for video recording, the DR-60DmkII 4-Channel Portable Recorder for DSLR from Tascam is the latest generation of their popular audio recording device. Capable of recording 4 channels of audio simultaneously in up to 24-bit/96 kHz WAV/BWF files, the DR-60DmkII boasts Tascam's High Definition Discrete Architecture (HDDA) preamps and a Cirrus Logic analog to digital converter chip for accurate and pristine audio capture. It features 2 combination XLR/TRS microphone/line level inputs with selectable phantom power, and a stereo 1/8" microphone input, capable of handling high-output microphones and supplying plug-in power.

A built-in digital mixer gives you control over panning and level for each track, and allows you to insert a limiter or high-pass filter in addition to setting individual channel delay for distance adjustment. The DR-60DmkII gives you multiple output options as well. The dedicated camera out features adjustable level control to cater to DSLRs that lack input level control. The 1/8" line output can be used to feed a mixer or secondary recorder, while your monitoring is handled by a dedicated 1/8" headphone jack.

The device records to SD and SDHC cards and is powered by 4 AA batteries, or an optional battery pack or AC adapter. A 2.5mm remote control input allows you to integrate an optional remote or footswitch control.

HDDA Mic Preamps

Quality mic preamps are a necessity for quality sound. The DR-60DmkII's HDDA mic preamplifiers (High Definition Discrete Architecture) employ discrete circuitry and parts, approved after months of evaluation testing by Tascam. The HDDA s circuit achieves a high equivalent input noise (EIN) of -120 dBu for low input noise. The DR-60DmkII mic preamps have been upgraded from their predecessor for up to 64 dB of gain with XLR input jacks for greater cable compatibility. 

A Cirrus Logic AD converter is used to ensure detailed recording from any input signal

A Variety Inputs and Outputs with Internal Mixing

The DR-60DmkII can record up to 4-tracks simultaneously, allowing multiple microphones to be used while filming. Inputs 1/L and 2/R can be selected for mono or stereo link operation. 

3 sets of stereo outputs are provided. A Camera Out sends a reference track recording to the camera. The Line Out can feed a mixer or recorder. Finally, a Headphone Out is available for direct monitoring. Each of these outputs has its own level control, and the Camera Out can be attenuated to microphone level without the need for an attenuating cable 

The DR-60DmkII has an internal digital mixer for all 4 tracks. Adjust pan and level, add a limiter or hi-pass filter (40/80/120 Hz), and set individual channel delay from the user set-up. The DR-60DmkII is ready to use right out of the box with its external, non-menu-intensive controls

Multiple Record Modes for On-Set Challenges

- Mono/Dual Mono Mode: For single source microphones, like using a shotgun together with a clip-on lavaliere mic
- Stereo/Dual Stereo Mode: These modes are designed for shooting with a stereo or mid-side microphone. A Mid-Side Decoder is built in, and can be added either during monitoring or before recording
- 4CH Mode: This mode records all four microphone inputs to their own tracks
- Dual Mono And Dual Stereo Mode: Records a back-up safety track in case levels are set too high and clipping occurs. The safety track can be set to record from -6dB to -12dB below the initial take. If an actor suddenly screams a line, you have a backup recording that isn't distorted

Custom Designed for DSLR Shooters

Every aspect of the DR-60DmkII is designed specifically for DSLR audio for video recording. The keys of the unit are designed specifically for quiet operation to eliminate handling noise. The Slate feature is designed to mark tracks easily while in production. The input and output layout is designed for versatile use. The device can be used under a camera, on a rig or strapped around a solitary sound engineer

Dedicated Camera Output

The Camera Out connector sends the mix from the DR-60DmkII to your camera. An adjustable level control is provided, as many DSLR cameras lack an input control. The camera audio gets a clean mix from the DR-60DmkII to assist syncing tracks in post

Slate Tone Generator

The internal slate tone generator produces various tones for easy track making and recognition. Slate tones can be generated two ways:

- Automatic: Tones are added to the head or the head and tail of each clip (from 0.5 - 3 s)
- Manual: Push the Slate button to record a tone

Channels 3 & 4 Support High-Output Microphones

The channel 3/4 input connector supports a high-level maximum input, up to +10 dBV. Many microphones designed for use with video cameras have a high-level output and a 1/8" (3.5 mm) output connector. Plug-in power is also available for microphones that need it

Tripod Mounting on Top and Bottom

The DR-60DmkII can be placed between a DSLR Camera and a tripod, or mounted to a cage or follow-focus rig. A tripod socket is on the bottom of the unit, and a (removable) tripod bracket is mounted on the top

Lightweight Body Designed for Rugged Portability

The DR-60DmkII's body was manufactured with very rigid plastic for a durable but lightweight design. Tascam understands how important weight is to steady camera movement when filmmaking. In addition to its light weight, the DR-60DmkII is extremely compact. Only 5.25" wide, the DR-60DmkII won't interfere with camera operation. All batteries can be replaced without removing the device from the camera or tripod / rig

- Record to SD/SDHC card (Up to 32GB)
- Record Modes: Mono, Stereo, Dual Mono, Dual Stereo, 4-Channel
- Recording format: 44.1/48/96 kHz, 16 or 24-bit, WAV/BWF
- Recording levels can be adjusted independently for the 1/L, 2/R and 3-4 inputs
- Two combo XLR/TRS inputs support +4 dBu mic/line level input
- Phantom power to channels 1/2 (24 V or 48 VDC on XLRF)
- Plug-in power and high-output mic input supported on inputs 3-4
- Camera Out connector for output from the DR-60DmkII mixer (adjustable gain)
- Camera In connector for sound monitoring from the camera
- Independent adjustable line out and headphone jacks
- 50 mW/channel headphone amplifier
- Tripod mounting socket (bottom) and mounting screw attachment (top)
- Handles protect the screen and can be used to attach a shoulder strap
- Soft-Touch Rubber Keys for silent operation
- Hold switch to prevent accidental operation
- Quick button feature for easy access to various functions
- 128x64 pixel LCD with backlight
- USB 2.0 connection for high-speed transferring of files
- Dedicated remote control jack for the wired RC-10 remote control or RC-3F footswitch (both sold separately)
- Internal mixer: Pan and Level controls
- Low cut filter (40/80/120 Hz)
- Limiter (1/L and 2/R can be selected for linked operation)
- Delay function for microphone distance adjustment (up to 150 ms)
- M-S decode function
- Slate tone generator (Auto/Manual)
- Selectable duration of slate tone from four positions (0.5/1/2/3 s, when auto-generated)
- Selectable slate tone generation. (3 positions: Off/Head/Head+Tail, when auto-generated)
- File naming format can be set to use a user-defined word or date
- Dual-recording function allows two files to be recorded simultaneously at different levels
- Auto-record function can automatically start and stop recording at set level
- Pre-recording function allows the unit to record a 2 second sound buffer before recording is activated
- Self-timer function for solo recording
- New file starts recording automatically without interruption when maximum file size is reached
- Track incrementing function allows a recording to be split by creating a new file when desired
- Jump back and play function
- Equalizer function for playback, and level alignment function to enhance the perceived overall sound pressure
- Resume function to memorize the playback position before the unit is turned off
- Mark function up to 99 points per audio track
- Divide function



Recording Media


Recording Media

SD card (64 MB to 2 GB), SDHC card (4 to 32 GB)


Recording Format



44.1, 48, 96 kHz/ 16-, 24-bit




Number of Channels

4 (2x stereo)


Analog Audio Inputs



2x Combination XLR/TRS (XLR = 1: ground, 2: hot, 3: cold)
1x 1/8" (3.5 mm) microphone input stereo mini jack with plug-in power
1x 1/8" (3.5 mm) camera input stereo mini jack

Input Impedance

XLR/TRS Set to Mic/Mic + Phantom: 2 kOhms
XLR/TRS Set to Line: 10 kOhms 
1/8" Mic Input: 10 kOhms
1/8" Camera Input: 10 kOhms

Phantom Power

XLR/TRS Set to Mic/Mic + Phantom: 48 V +/-4 V(10 mA/CH) / 24 V +/-4 V(10 mA/CH)

Maximum Input Level

XLR/TRS Set to Mic/Mic + Phantom: 0 dBu
XLR/TRS Set to Line: + 24 dBu
1/8" Mic Input: +10 dBV
1/8" Camera Input: +6 dBV

Standard Input Level

XLR/TRS Set to Line: + 4 dBu
1/8" Camera Input: -10 dBV

Minimum Input Level

XLR/TRS Set to Mic/Mic + Phantom: -72 dBu
1/8" Mic Input: -50 dBV

Microphone Input Gain

XLR/TRS Set to Mic/Mic + Phantom: 
Low: +11 dB
Mid: +36 dB
High: +52 dB 
High PLUS: +64 dB

1/8" Mic Input:
Low: +3 dB
High: +26 dB


Analog Audio Outputs



1x 1/8" (3.5 mm) camera out stereo mini jack
1x 1/8" (3.5 mm) line out stereo mini jack

Output Impedance

Camera Out: 200 ohms 
Line Out: 200 ohms

Standard Output Level

Camera Out: -50 dBV 
Line Out: -10 dBV

Maximum Output Level

Camera Out: -30 dBV 
Line Out: +10 dBV


Headphone Output



1/8" (3.5 mm) stereo mini jack

Maximum Output Level

50 mW + 50 mW





Mini-B type


USB 2.0 high speed mass storage class





2.5 mm TRS jack for optional remote




Power Sources

4x AA batteries (Alkaline or Ni-MH)
USB bus power
Optional AC Adapter
Optional external battery pack

Power Consumption

5.4 W

Battery Operation Time

Recording 2 channels of 44.1 kHz/16-bit WAV
Alkaline Batteries (EVOLTA): 2.5 hours (approximate, with phantom power); 4.5 hours (approximate, with no phantom power)
Ni-MH Batteries (eneloop): 3 hours 15 minutes (approximate, with phantom power); 5 hours (approximate, with no phantom power)
Ni-MH Batteries (eneloop pro): 3 hours 45 minutes (approximate, with phantom power); 6 hours (approximate, with no phantom power)


Computer Requirements



OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8
CPU: Pentium 300 MHz or better
RAM: 128 MB or more 
USB: 2.0 recommended


OS: OS X 10.2 to 10.8
CPU: Power PC, iMac, G3, G4, or better
RAM: 64 MB or more 
USB: 2.0 recommended


Audio Performance


Frequency Response

20 Hz to 20 kHz +0.5/-2 dB (line in or mic in to line out, Fs 44.1/48 kHz, JEITA)
20 Hz to 40 kHz +0.5/-3 dB (line in or mic in to line out, Fs 96 kHz, JEITA)


0.02% or less (line in or mic in to line out Fs 44.1/48/96 kHz, JEITA)

Signal to Noise Ratio

92 dB or more (line in or mic in to line out Fs 44.1/48/96 kHz, JEITA)

Equivalent Input Noise

-120 dBu or more




Operating Temperature

32 to 140°F (0 to 40°C)

Dimensions (W x H x D)

5.2 x 3.7 x 3.1" (133.0 x 93.2 x 78.0 mm)


1.1 lb (510 g), without batteries

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