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    Quick Tascam 388 Question

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    ...What's are the "access send" jacks for? Can these be used to output the signal from the tape instead of using the "tape out" jacks?

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    388 "access send & recv" jacks

    On the 388, these jacks are for sending the channel signal to an outboard effect, like a compressor or limiter, and receiving the effected sound back to the channel. Modern mixers label these as channel "inserts", with the send and receive signals on a stereo jack; the 388 uses 2 1/4" mono jacks per channel instead.

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    yes you can, they are cleaner sounding dont you think??

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    Read the first sentence, started writing. Thanks to mikey@thecave for actually answering the question...

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