US-322/US-366 Owner`s Manual 12 Use only with the cart

US-322/US-366 Owner`s Manual 12 Use only with the cart
D01193220A
US-322/366
USB Audio Interface
O W N E R ' S M A N UA L
Before connecting this unit to a computer, you must install the dedicated driver from the included CD-ROM onto the computer.
IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
88 For European Customers
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR
SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
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TO THE USER
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following measures.
a) Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
b) Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
c) Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected.
d) Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician
for help.
CAUTION
Changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly
approved by TEAC CORPORATION for compliance could void
the user's authority to operate this equipment.
Declaration of Conformity
Model Number: US-322/US-366
Trade Name : TASCAM
Responsible party: TEAC AMERICA, INC.
Address
: 7733 Telegraph Road, Montebello, California,
U.S.A.
Telephone number: 1-323-726-0303
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation
is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may
not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept
any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
This appliance has a serial number located on the rear panel.
Please record the model number and serial number and retain
them for your records.
Model number
Serial number
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Disposal of electrical and electronic equipment
(a) All electrical and electronic equipment should be disposed
of separately from the municipal waste stream via collection
facilities designated by the government or local authorities.
(b)By disposing of electrical and electronic equipment
correctly, you will help save valuable resources and prevent
any potential negative effects on human health and the
environment.
(c)Improper disposal of waste electrical and electronic
equipment can have serious effects on the environment
and human health because of the presence of hazardous
substances in the equipment.
(d)The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
symbol, which shows a wheeled bin that has been crossed
out, indicates that electrical and electronic equipment must
be collected and disposed of separately from household
waste.
(e) Return and collection systems are available to end users. For
more detailed information about the disposal of old electrical
and electronic equipment, please contact your city office,
waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the
equipment.
88 For Canada
THIS CLASS B DIGITAL APPARATUS COMPLIES WITH CANADIAN
ICES-003.
CET APPAREIL NUMÉRIQUE DE LA CLASSE B EST CONFORME À
LA NORME NMB-003 DU CANADA.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1 Read these instructions.
2 Keep these instructions.
3 Heed all warnings.
4 Follow all instructions.
5 Do not use this apparatus near water.
6 Clean only with dry cloth.
7 Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in
accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
8 Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators,
heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including
amplifiers) that produce heat.
9 Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized
or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two
blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding
prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not
fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10 Protect the power cord from being walked on or
pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
• The apparatus draws nominal non-operating power
from the AC outlet with its POWER or STANDBY/ON
switch not in the ON position.
• The mains plug is used as the disconnect device, the
disconnect device shall remain readily operable.
• Caution should be taken when using earphones or
headphones with the product because excessive
sound pressure (volume) from earphones or
headphones can cause hearing loss.
• If you are experiencing problems with this product,
contact TEAC for a service referral. Do not use the
product until it has been repaired.
CAUTION
• Do not expose this apparatus to drips or splashes.
• Do not place any objects filled with liquids, such as
vases, on the apparatus.
• Do not install this apparatus in a confined space
such as a book case or similar unit.
• The apparatus should be located close enough to
the AC outlet so that you can easily grasp the power
cord plug at any time.
• If the product uses batteries (including a battery
pack or installed batteries), they should not be
exposed to sunshine, fire or excessive heat.
• CAUTION for products that use replaceable lithium
batteries: there is danger of explosion if a battery is
replaced with an incorrect type of battery. Replace
only with the same or equivalent type.
11 Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
12 Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table
specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving
the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from
tip-over.
13 Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or
when unused for long periods of time.
14 Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or
plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects
have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has
been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate
normally, or has been dropped.
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Contents
1 – Introduction...............................................5
5 – Using the US-322/366 Mixer Panel.........17
Main features......................................................................... 5
Product parts......................................................................... 5
Conventions used in this manual................................... 5
Trademarks............................................................................. 6
Cautions on installation..................................................... 6
Beware of condensation.................................................... 6
Cleaning the unit.................................................................. 6
Mixer panel settings.........................................................17
“INTERFACE” page ......................................................17
“MIXER” page ...............................................................18
“EFFECTS” page ...........................................................21
Resetting settings to their default values .........24
6 – Application Guide....................................25
Top panel................................................................................ 7
Rear panel .............................................................................. 9
Windows XP and Windows Media Player..................25
Windows 7 and Windows Media Player.....................25
Windows 8 and Windows Media Player.....................26
Mac OS X and iTunes.........................................................26
3 − Installation............................................... 11
7 – Troubleshooting......................................27
System requirements....................................................... 11
Windows......................................................................... 11
Mac OS X........................................................................ 11
Installing the driver........................................................... 11
Installing the driver for Windows.......................... 11
Installing the driver for Mac OS X..........................12
Uninstalling the driver...............................................13
Frequently asked installation questions and
answers (FAQ)...............................................................13
Improving computer performance.............................13
8 – Specifications...........................................29
2 − Names and Functions of Parts..................7
4 – Connections..............................................14
USB connections................................................................15
Audio connections............................................................15
Microphones.................................................................15
Guitars.............................................................................15
Sound module/MD/CD etc. (digital connection,
US-366 only)..................................................................16
Connecting keyboards, drum machines, sound
modules, cassette/MD/CD players and other
analog line level devices...........................................16
Analog record player.................................................16
Monitor speakers.........................................................16
Headphones..................................................................16
Foot switch (US-366 only) .......................................16
Ratings...................................................................................29
Analog audio inputs and outputs................................29
Analog audio inputs...................................................29
Analog audio outputs...............................................29
Digital audio inputs(US-366 only) .................................................29
Digital audio outputs(US-366 only)..............................................29
Control I/O............................................................................30
Audio performance...........................................................30
Computer requirements..................................................30
Windows.........................................................................30
Mac OS X........................................................................30
Supported audio drivers..........................................30
Supported remote control protocol....................30
Audio flow diagrams.........................................................32
88 For China
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机种 :US-322/US-366
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1 – Introduction
Thank you for your purchase of the TASCAM US-322/366 USB
Audio Interface.
Before connecting and using the unit, please take time to read
this manual thoroughly to ensure you understand how to
properly set up and connect the unit, as well as the operation
of its many useful and convenient functions. After you have
finished reading this manual, please keep it in a safe place for
future reference.
You can also download the Owner’s Manual from the TASCAM
web site (http://tascam.com/).
If any data is lost from another device (hard disk, optical disc,
etc.) in the same system where this unit is used, TASCAM will
bear no responsibility for its recovery, nor will it provide any
compensation for such loss.
Main features
• US-366 is a 24-bit/192kHz USB2.0 audio interface with the
DSP mixer and built-in effects that supports up to 6 channels
(4 analog and 2 digital*) of simultaneous output depending
on the LINE I/O switch setting on its bottom panel
(*2 analog and 2 digital if sampling frequency is 176.4/192
kHz)
• US-322 is a 24-bit/96kHz USB2.0 audio interface with the
DSP mixer and built-in effects that supports 2 channels of
simultaneous analog output
US-322/366 features
• Powered by USB bus power, increasing its portability
• TASCAM original High Definition Discrete Architecture
(HDDA) microphone preamps provide high-quality recording
inputs
• Can supply 48V phantom power to 2 mic inputs
• 2 XLR mic inputs (balanced), 2 standard jack inputs
(balanced/unbalanced) and RCA pin jack inputs (unbalanced,
US-366 only)
• One standard jack (1/L) can be switched to allow direct
connection of an electric guitar/bass or similar instrument
• Independent volume knobs for each mic/line input (INPUT 1
and INPUT 2)
• Independent input signal and overload indicators for both
INPUT 1 and INPUT 2 channels
• Onboard digital mixer with switchable mode enables
advanced mixing according to the application
• Dynamics effects that can be used on inputs and send effects
that use a send bus are built-in (fully usable at 44.1/48 kHz
sampling frequencies and with some limitations at 88.2/96
kHz)
• Direct monitoring function enables input monitoring with
little delay
• MON MIX knob allows the balance between the input
signals and the output from the computer to be adjusted for
monitoring
• Stereo line outputs include standard jacks (balance) and RCA
pin jacks (unbalanced)
• Dedicated volume knobs for the 1/L and 2/R line (LINE OUT)
and headphone (PHONES) outputs
• MIXER PANEL button provides one touch access to the
Mixer Panel on a computer
• Cubase LE software included
US-366 only
• RCA pin jacks can be switched between input and output
function
• Digital input connector for either a coaxial or optical cable
can be activated using the DIGITAL IN switch
• Digital output possible simultaneously through two types of
connectors (coaxial and optical)
• Remote control possible using a TASCAM RC-3F foot switch
(sold separately)
A note about computer operation
If you are unsure about how to perform basic computer operations appearing in this manual, please refer to the owner’s
manual that came with your computer.
To use this unit, you must use the included CD-ROM to install
the dedicated driver on your computer. For details about installation, see “Installing the driver” on page 11 in “3 – Installation”.
Product parts
The US-322/366 package contains the following items.
Take care when opening the package not to damage the items.
Keep the package materials for transportation in the future.
Please contact the store where you purchased this unit if any of
these items are missing or have been damaged during transportation.
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Main unit................................................................................................ x1
USB Cable............................................................................................... x1
CD-ROM (containing drivers) ......................................................... x1
DVD-ROM (Cubase LE)....................................................................... x1
Warranty card....................................................................................... x1
Quick Start Guide................................................................................ x1
Conventions used in this manual
In this manual, we use the following conventions:
• Buttons, jacks and other parts on the unit and external
devices are indicated like this: PHONES.
• Words that appear on the computer display are shown in
quotation marks like this: “US-322”.
• Additional information is introduced in the styles below
when needed:
TIP
These are tips about how to use the unit.
NOTE
These provide additional explanations and describe special
cases.
CAUTION
Failure to follow these instructions could result in injury,
damage to equipment or lost recording data, for example.
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1 – Introduction
Trademarks
• TASCAM is a trademark of TEAC Corporation, registered in
the U.S. and other countries.
• Microsoft, Windows, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows
7, Windows 8 and Windows Media are either registered
trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the
United States and/or other countries.
• Apple, Macintosh, Mac OS, Mac OS X and iTunes are
trademarks of Apple Inc.
• Cubase is a registered trademark of Steinberg Media
Technologies GmbH. ASIO is a trademark of Steinberg Media
Technologies GmbH.
• Mackie and HUI are trademarks of LOUD Technologies Inc.
• Other company names, product names and logos in this
document are the trademarks or registered trademarks of
their respective owners.
Cautions on installation
• The unit’s nominal operating temperature is between 5° and
35° C (41° – 95° F).
• Do not install in the following types of places. Doing so
could degrade the sound quality and/or cause malfunctions.
Places with significant vibrations or that are otherwise
unstable
Near windows or other places exposed to direct sunlight
Near heaters or other extremely hot places
Extremely cold places
Places with bad ventilation or high humidity
Very dusty locations
• Make sure that the unit is mounted in a level position for
correct operation.
• Avoid installing this unit on top of any heat-generating
electrical device such as a power amplifier.
Beware of condensation
If the unit is moved from a cold to a warm place, or used after a
sudden temperature change, there is a danger of condensation;
vapor in the air could condense on the internal mechanism,
making correct operation impossible. To prevent this, or if this
occurs, let the unit sit for one or two hours at the new room
temperature before using.
Cleaning the unit
To clean the unit, wipe gently with a soft dry cloth. Do not use
any paint thinner, ethyl alcohol or other chemical agents to
clean the unit as they could damage the surface.
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2 − Names and Functions of Parts
Top panel
1 INPUT 1 knob
5 SIG indicators
2 INPUT 2 knob
6 OL indicators
3 MON MIX knob
7 MIC/LINE-GUITAR switch
Adjusts the input level from the INPUT 1/L MIC connector or
LINE/GUITAR jack.
Turn all the way left to minimize the level and all the way
right to maximize it.
Set so that the OL (overload) indicator does not light.
Adjusts the input level from the INPUT 2/R MIC connector
or LINE jack.
Turn all the way left to minimize the level and all the way
right to maximize it.
Set so that the OL (overload) indicator does not light.
If the MODE switch on the bottom of the unit is set to
MULTITRACK, adjusts the balance between the mix of
signals input through this unit's input connectors and the
signal mix output from the computer.
Turn all the way left toward INPUT to maximize the mix
of signals input through this unit's input connectors (and
minimize the signal mix output from the computer over
USB). Turn all the way right toward COMPUTER to maximize
the signal mix output from the computer (and minimize the
mix of signals input through this unit's input connectors).
NOTE
When the MODE switch on the bottom of the unit is set to
STEREO MIX, the MON MIX knob is disabled (the MON MIX
on the mixer panel screen will not move left or right even if
this knob is moved).
4 PHONES knob
The SIG indicators light green when a signal (of at least –30
dBFS) is input to the corresponding INPUT 1/L or INPUT 2/R
channel.
The INPUT 1/L indicator is below the INPUT 1 knob, and the
INPUT 2/R indicator is below the INPUT 2 knob.
The OL indicators light red when a signal that is about to
distort (–2 dBFS or higher) is input to the corresponding
INPUT 1/L or INPUT 2/R channel.
The INPUT 1/L indicator is below the INPUT 1 knob, and the
INPUT 2/R indicator is below the INPUT 2 knob.
Set this according to what is connected to the INPUT 1/L
LINE/GUITAR jack.
Set this to GUITAR when connecting an electric guitar,
electric bass or other instrument with high output
impedance.
Set this to MIC/LINE when connecting an electronic
instrument, audio equipment, microphone or other device.
8 LINE OUT knob
Adjusts the output level of the line output jacks (OUT 1/L
and OUT 2/R).
9 USB indicator
This lights blue when the USB connection is normal.
0 48V indicator
This indicator lights red when the switch just below it is set
to 48V (phantom power on).
Adjusts the PHONES jack output level.
CAUTION
Turn the PHONES knob to the minimum volume before
connecting headphones. Failure to do so could cause sudden
loud noises and damage hearing, for example.
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2 − Names and Functions of Parts
q 48V switch
Use this switch to supply 48V phantom power to the INPUT
1/L and INPUT 2/R MIC connectors
When this switch is set to 48V (phantom power on), the
indicator just above it lights red.
CAUTION
• Before turning a 48V switch ON or OFF, turn the output
volume down using the PHONES and LINE OUT knobs on
the front panel. Depending on the mic, loud noises might be
produced and damage could be caused to equipment or to
people’s hearing.
• Do not connect or disconnect a mic with an input when its
48V switch is ON.
• Turn 48V switch ON only when connecting a condenser
microphone that requires phantom power.
• Do not supply phantom power to an unbalanced dynamic
microphone.
• Some ribbon mics can be damaged by phantom power. If
unsure, do not supply phantom power to a ribbon mic.
• Before connecting headphones, minimize the volume with
the PHONES knob. Failure to do so could result in sudden
loud noises that might damage your hearing or cause other
harm.
w MIXER PANEL button
Press this button to open and close the dedicated mixer
panel window on the display of a computer connected by
USB cable.
this button opens the window when it is closed and closes it
when it is open.
Use the mixer panel to set the audio clock source and other
operation settings, use the mixer and effects and conduct
other operations.
Front panel
e MIC connectors (balanced) [INPUT 1/L and INPUT 2/R]
These are balanced XLR mic input connectors. (1: GND, 2:
HOT, 3: COLD)
r LINE/GUITAR jack (balanced/unbalanced) [INPUT 1/L]
This standard TRS jack is a balanced line input connector that
can also be used for guitar input.
When the MIC/LINE-GUITAR switch on the top of the unit is
set to GUITAR, this functions as an unbalanced guitar input
jack (tip: HOT, sleeve: GND). When the MIC/LINE-GUITAR
switch is set to MIC/LINE, this functions as a balanced line
input jack (tip: HOT, ring: COLD, sleeve: GND).
NOTE
INPUT 1/L and INPUT 2/R both have two input connectors
(XLR and TRS). Do not input signals through both connectors
for the same channel at the same time. Doing so will cause
the signal input to be distorted.
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t PHONES jack
Use this standard stereo phones jack to connect stereo
headphones. Use a plug adapter when connecting
headphones with mini-plugs.
CAUTION
Turn the PHONES knob to the minimum volume before
connecting headphones. Failure to do so could cause sudden
loud noises and damage hearing, for example.
y LINE jack (balanced) [INPUT 2/R]
This standard TRS jack is a balanced line input connector (tip:
HOT, ring: COLD, sleeve: GND).
2 − Names and Functions of Parts
Rear panel
US-322
u DIGITAL IN OPTICAL connector (US-366 only)
This optical digital input connector complies with the S/PDIF
(IEC 60958 consumer) standard.
Signals cannot be simultaneously input through this
connector and the DIGITAL IN COAXIAL jack.
Set the DIGITAL IN switch on the bottom of the unit to
OPTICAL to use this connector.
i DIGITAL IN COAXIAL jack (US-366 only)
This coaxial digital input connector complies with the S/PDIF
(IEC 60958 consumer) standard.
Signals cannot be simultaneously input through this jack
and the DIGITAL IN OPTICAL connector.
Set the DIGITAL IN switch on the bottom of the unit to
COAXIAL to use this connector.
o REMOTE jack (US-366 only)
Connect a TASCAM RC-3F foot switch remote control (sold
separately) to this 2.5mm TRS mini jack. When a foot switch
is connected, you can operate the transport in applications
that support Mackie control or HUI protocols.
p USB port
Use the included USB cable to connect this unit with a
computer (supports USB 2.0).
CAUTION
• USB 1.1 is not supported.
• This is not compatible with computer Suspend (Sleep) mode.
For this reason, the unit might not operate properly after a
connected computer is brought out of Suspend (Sleep). In
this case, disconnect the USB cable once and then reconnect
it.
a DIGITAL OUT OPTICAL connector (US-366 only)
This optical digital output connector complies with the S/
PDIF (IEC 60958 consumer) and AES/EBU (IEC 60958 pro)
standards.
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s DIGITAL OUT COAXIAL jack (US-366 only)
This coaxial digital output connector complies with the S/
PDIF (IEC 60958 consumer) and AES/EBU (IEC 60958 pro)
standards.
NOTE
• The US-366 COAXIAL IN/OUT jacks support simultaneous
24-bit /192kHz input and output.
• The US-366 DIGITAL IN connectors include an OPTICAL and
a DIGITAL input, but they cannot both be used at the same
time. Use the DIGITAL IN switch on the bottom of the unit to
set which is active.
• The US-366 has two DIGITAL OUT connectors. Both the
OPTICAL connector and the COAXIAL jack can be used
simultaneously for digital output. The same signal is output
from both.
d LINE OUT 1/L and 2/R jacks (unbalanced) (US-322 only)
These RCA pin jacks are analog line outputs.
These output the same signals as the balanced LINE OUT 1/
L and 2/R jacks.
f LINE I/O 3 and 4 jacks (unbalanced) (US-366 only)
These RCA pin jacks can be used for analog line input or
output. Use the LINE I/O switch on the bottom of the unit to
set whether they are used for input or output.
CAUTION
When the LINE I/O switch is set to OUTPUT and the unit
is operating with a 176.4/192kHz sampling frequency,
regardless of the setting on the “INTERFACE” page of the
Mixer Panel, the DIGITAL OUT signal will also be output
from the LINE IN-OUT 3/4 jacks.
g LINE OUT 1/L and 2/R (balanced) jacks
These standard TRS jacks are analog line outputs (tip: HOT,
ring: COLD, sleeve: GND).
These output the same signals as the unbalanced LINE OUT
1/L and 2/R jacks. (US-322 only).
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2 − Names and Functions of Parts
Bottom panel
US-322
US-366
h DIGITAL IN switch (US-366 only)
Sets whether the COAXIAL or OPTICAL digital inputs on the
rear of the unit are used.
j LINE I/O switch (US-366 only)
Sets whether the LINE I/O RCA pin jacks on the rear of the
unit are used for input or output.
k MODE switch
Sets the mixer mode according to the application.
MULTITRACK:
Use this setting when using Cubase or another DAW, for
example, for multitrack recording.
The signal from each input is sent independently via USB
to the computer for multitrack recording. At the same time,
you can mix each input sound and playback sounds from
the computer in the mixer and apply effects to prepare the
monitoring sound as you like.
They are output in stereo from the mixer, however, so they
can be listened to using speakers or headphones.
Mic
Guitar
Mic
LINE/GUITAR
MIC
Mixer
Headphone
PHONES
LINE/GUITAR
DIGITAL
Live Internet
broadcast
Mixer
Headphone
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NOTE
Please be aware that when using the STEREO MIX mode
to broadcast live over the Internet, for example, the sound
could be looped, causing an echo-like repetition. Set the
volume in the application that you are using to zero to avoid
this.
Volume (0)
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USB
PHONES
DIGITAL USB
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Game device
Guitar
Computer
Game device
Computer
MIC
STEREO MIX:
Use this setting to broadcast or record a stereo mix for
live broadcasting over the Internet or recording audio for
video, for example.
All the input signals and the playback signals sent from the
computer by USB are mixed to stereo and then sent to the
computer and output connectors.
In addition, the mixer output can also be listened to using
speakers or headphones.
For more information about multitrack and stereo mix
modes, see “Audio flow diagrams” on page 32.
3 − Installation
System requirements
See the TASCAM website (http://tascam.com/) for updated information about OS compatibility.
Windows
88 Supported operating systems
Windows XP 32-bit SP3 or later
Windows XP 64-bit SP2 or later
Windows 7 32-bit SP1 or later
Windows 7 64-bit SP1 or later
Windows 8 32-bit
Windows 8 64-bit
88 Supported computer systems
Windows compatible computer with a USB 2.0 port
88 CPU/clock speed
Dual core processor 2GHz or faster (x86)
88 Memory
2GB or more
CAUTION
Although this product has been checked for use with typical
computers that meet the above operating requirements,
we cannot guarantee that it will operate with all computers
that meet these requirements. Please be aware that even in
the same conditions, computer processing capabilities can
vary depending on differences in design and specifications.
Mac OS X
88 Supported operating systems
Mac OS X 10.6.8 (Snow Leopard)
Mac OS X 10.7.X (Lion)
Mac OS X 10.8.X (Mountain Lion)
Installing the driver
In order to use this unit, you must install the driver on to your
computer. As described below, this is an easy process using the
CD-ROM included with the unit.
Drivers are updated from time to time. You can download the
most recent version of the driver from the TASCAM website
(http://tascam.com/).
CAUTION
• Never play the included CD-ROM in an ordinary audio
CD player. Doing so will cause noise that could damage
speakers or harm your hearing.
• Handle the included CD-ROM with care. If the disc becomes
scratched or dirty, a computer might not be able to read
it, making installation of the software impossible. If the
included driver CD-ROM becomes damaged, it can be
replaced for a fee.
• After completing installation, it might be necessary to
restart the computer. Before doing so, save your data and
conduct other necessary operations, and then quit running
applications.
Installing the driver for Windows
CAUTION
When installing the driver, a message saying something
like, “The software you are installing for the hardware has
not passed Windows Logo testing to verify its compatibility
with Windows” might appear. If this message appears, click
“Continue Anyway” to proceed with the installation.
Install the driver on the computer before connecting the unit
to it with the USB cable. If you connect the USB cable first and
Windows tries to install a driver, cancel it and disconnect the
cable.
1. Insert the included driver installation CD-ROM into the PC
where you will install it.
88 Supported computer systems
Apple Macintosh computer with a USB 2.0 port
88 CPU/clock speed
Dual core processor 2GHz or faster (x86)
88 Memory
2GB or more
2. Click the “Install Driver” button when the screen below
appears. (If this screen does not appear automatically, find
and open the “Autorun2.exe” program in the “Autorun” folder
on the driver CD-ROM.)
3. When the language selection screen (below) appears, select
the language you prefer and then click the “OK” button.
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4. Click the “Install the Driver” button when the screen below
appears.
7. When the screen below appears, the installation is complete.
Click the “Reboot now” button to restart the PC to use the
driver.
5. Read the contents of the License Agreement, and select “I
accept the agreement” if you agree to the terms. Next, click
the “Install” button to start installation.
Installing the driver for Mac OS X
Disconnect the USB cable from the unit before starting installation.
6. When the screen below appears, use the supplied USB cable
to connect the unit to the PC.
1. Load the included driver CD-ROM into the computer you are
using.
2. Double-click the CD icon that appears. Depending on the
Mac's settings, the CD icon might not appear. In this case,
use the Finder or another application to access the files on
the CD.
3. Double-click the driver disk image file (TASCAM_US-322_
US-366_driver_1.00.dmg), and then double-click the
“TASCAM US-322 US-366 1.00” file inside the open folder.
4. After the installer launches, follow the instructions on the
screen to proceed with the installation.
Computer
USB
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5. Click the “Restart” button to quit the installer and restart the
computer.
3 − Installation
Uninstalling the driver
88 Windows
There are two ways to uninstall the driver as shown below.
Using the Installation CD-ROM:
1. Follow steps 1 to 4 under “Installing the driver for Windows”
(See page 11.)
2. At step 5 of the procedure, click Remove the driver.
3. Follow the instructions on the screen for the remaining
procedure.
Windows Programs and Features
1. From the Start menu, open the Control Panel and then open
Programs and Features.
2. Select “US-322 driver” (or US-366 driver) from the list and
double-click it.
3. Follow the instructions on the screen for the remaining
procedure.
88 Mac OS X
1. Load the included driver CD-ROM in the computer you are
using.
2. Double-click the CD icon that appears.
3. Double click the driver disk image file (TASCAM_ US-322_
US-366_driver_1.00.dmg), and double-click “TASCAM US-322
US-366 remover” in the folder that opens.
Frequently asked installation questions and
answers (FAQ)
Windows driver installation
Q: When I connect the unit to a computer, the Windows
Hardware Wizard appears and I cannot install the driver. Am I
making a mistake during the installation procedures?
A: Close the Windows “Hardware Wizard” and disconnect the
unit. You must install the driver before connecting this unit.
Insert the CD-ROM included with the product. The menu for
installing the driver appears automatically.
A: Select Install Driver, and follow the instructions shown on the
screen. If you have downloaded the driver from the TASCAM
website (http://tascam.com/), expand the ZIP archive, launch
the setup.exe file, and follow the instructions on the screen.
Q: I loaded the installation CD-ROM into a Windows computer,
but the driver installation menu does not appear. How can I
access this menu?
A: The automatic playback settings for the disc drive might be
disabled.
Open the supplied driver CD-ROM using Windows Explorer,
and double-click the Autorun2.exe file to manually open the
installation menu.
Follow the procedures in “Installing the driver for Windows”
on page 11 to install the driver.
Improving computer performance
In this manual, we will offer only the following basic tip to
improve performance when using this unit.
• Do not run other applications.
Processing digital audio places a considerable load on your
computer. You probably use the computer for applications other than audio, but we recommend that you avoid
running them when using audio programs. This means that
if you are running other applications (especially ones that
are graphics-intensive or that use Internet tools) at the same
time as an audio application, processing may not be able to
keep up the audio data.
4. Follow the instructions on the screen for the remaining
procedure.
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4 – Connections
Connections
Bass guitar
Guitar
Headphones
Vocal mic
Computer
Footswitch
TASCAM RC-3F
(sold separately)
USB
Game device
Digital recorder
Set the LINE I/O switch to:
• INPUT to use for CD player input, etc.
• OUTPUT to use for output to speakers, etc.
Powered monitor speakers
or amplifier and speakers
with balanced connections
CD player
Powered monitor speakers
or amplifier and speakers
with unbalanced connections
Example of using US-366 connections
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USB connections
Use the included USB cable to connect the US-322/366 to your
computer as shown in the illustration. When the USB connection
is active, the USB indicator on the top of the unit lights.
CAUTION
Some USB devices access the USB bus frequently. To
avoid dropouts and clicks in the audio signal, we strongly
recommend that you do not connect any USB devices other
than keyboards and mice to the USB bus used by this unit.
Microphones
Connect microphones to the INPUT 1/L and INPUT 2/R MIC
connectors (XLR) on the front panel.
When using a condenser microphone that requires phantom
power, set the 48V switch on the front panel to ON.
When the 48V switch is set to ON, the 48V indicator on the top
panel lights.
Audio connections
Connect the output signal of your mic, guitar, keyboard, or other
audio device to the US-322/366, where it will be converted
into digital audio and sent via USB to your computer. Connect
the output of the US-322/366 to your speakers (via an amp) or
headphones, so you will be able to monitor the audio signals
coming into the US-322/366 or being produced by your
computer.
48V indicator
CAUTION
Before connecting an audio device, set the INPUT 1/2,
PHONES and LINE OUT knobs to their minimum values.
Failure to do so could cause loud noises, which might
damage equipment or harm the hearing of people nearby.
CAUTION
• Connecting a dynamic microphone with an unbalanced
connection to the unit when the 48V switch is ON could
damage this unit and make it unusable.
• Do not connect or disconnect a mic with an input when this
switch is ON. Loud noises might be produced and damage
could be caused to equipment.
• Before turning a 48V switch ON or OFF, turn the output
volume down using the PHONES and LINE OUT knobs on
the front panel. Depending on the mic, loud noises might be
produced and damage could be caused to equipment or to
people’s hearing.
• Always set the 48V switch to OFF before turning the unit’s
power on or off (connecting or disconnecting the AC
adaptor).
• Do not use phantom power when line level equipment is
connected to an XLR connector. It might damage equipment.
Guitars
Connect a guitar or bass guitar to the INPUT 1/L LINE/GUITAR
jack on the front of the unit and set the MIC/LINE-GUITAR
switch on the top to GUITAR.
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4 – Connections
Sound module/MD/CD etc. (digital
connection, US-366 only)
Connect the digital inputs and outputs of these types of devices
to the unit’s DIGITAL IN and OUT jacks on the rear panel.
Connect a coaxial cable for input to the COAXIAL IN jack and
one for output to the COAXIAL OUT jack.
Connect an optical cable for input to the OPTICAL IN connector
and one for output to the OPTICAL OUT connector.
The output signal can be output from both connectors at the
same time, but both digital inputs cannot be used at the same
time. Set the DIGITAL IN switch on the bottom of the unit to
select which input to use.
NOTE
This unit can output either S/PDIF or AES/EBU digital signals.
Set the type of output using the control panel.
Set the type of output on the “INTERFACE” page of the “Mixer
Panel”.
CAUTION
When using a digital input, you must set “Sample Clock
Source” to “automatic” on the “INTERFACE” page of the
“Mixer Panel”. This makes the connected device into the
clock master.
If “Sample Clock Source” is set to “internal” no signal will
be input through the DIGITAL IN jack, and the DIGITAL
OUT signal will be looped back inside the US-366 to the
digital input. In this case, depending on the settings of
the computer software that you are using, the digital out
signal could become looped, causing noise. We describe an
example of this situation and measures to prevent it below
Example:
In the DAW application, suppose that the input of a track
is assigned to the US-366 DIGITAL IN and its output is
assigned to the US-366 DIGITAL OUT. In this case, the
following noise loop is created if the input of that track
is monitored: track output to US-366 digital output to
US-366 digital input to track input to track output, and so
on.
Countermeasure:
To prevent this type of loop, turn input monitoring off
in the DAW software or assign the input of that track to
anything besides the US-366 digital input.
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Connecting keyboards, drum machines,
sound modules, cassette/MD/CD players and
other analog line level devices
Connect the analog signal outputs of these types of devices to
the INPUT 1/L LINE/GUITAR and INPUT 2/LINE jacks on the
front of the unit.
When using a US-366, you can also set the LINE I/O switch on
the bottom of the unit to INPUT to enable input connection to
the LINE I/O 3 and 4 RCA pin jacks.
Analog record player
The output of an analog record player cannot be connected
directly to the US-366. You must connect a phono amp between
your analog record player and the US-366. (Alternatively, you
can connect it via an audio amp that has PHONO inputs.)
Monitor speakers
You can connect monitor speakers (powered speakers or an
amplifier and speakers) with a balanced connection to the LINE
OUT 1/L and 2/R TRS jacks on the rear panel.
US-322:
You can also connect monitor speakers with an unbalanced
connection to the LINE OUT 1/L and 2/R RCA pin jacks on
the rear panel.
US-366:
You can also connect monitor speakers with an unbalanced
connection to the LINE I/O 3 and 4 RCA pin jacks on the
rear panel when the LINE I/O switch on the bottom is set to
OUTPUT.
Headphones
Connect headphones to the standard stereo PHONES jack on
the front panel.
Foot switch (US-366 only)
You can connect a TASCAM RC-3F foot switch (sold separately)
to the REMOTE jack (2.5mm mini).
5 – Using the US-322/366 Mixer Panel
Press the MIXER PANEL button on the top of the unit to open
the Mixer Panel on the display of the connected computer.
The mixer panel has three pages.
Click on a tab to open the corresponding page.
INTERFACE: View information about the driver status and
connection and make various settings.
MIXER:
Make built-in mixer settings.
EFFECTS: Make built-in effects settings.
Mixer panel settings
“INTERFACE” page
the smallest buffer size, while the “highest latency” setting is
the largest.
When using Mac OS X, you can adjust the buffer size for each
audio application that you are using. For this reason, there
is no “Audio Performance” control panel in Mac OS X. For
details, see the operation manual for the audio application
that you are using.
Sample Clock Source
You can set the clock source to “Automatic” or “Internal”. Set
it to “Automatic” if you are using a digital input.
When set to “Automatic”, the “Sample Clock Source” will
automatically switch to “Digital” when there is a digital input
and switch to “Internal” (internal clock) when there is no
digital input.
• Automatic (default): If a clock signal is input through the
DIGITAL IN jack, it is used. If no signal is input through
the DIGITAL IN jack, this unit’s internal clock is used.
• Internal: This unit’s internal clock is always used.
Digital Output Format
Set the digital output format to “S/PDIF” or “AES/EBU” .
LINE OUTPUTS and DIGITAL OUTPUTS (output
selection)
The “INTERFACE” page appears divided into the following two
sections.
1 Status display section
This shows information about the current driver and the
connected hardware. The current settings of the switches on
the bottom of the unit are also shown.
NOTE
• If the “Digital Input Status” is “Valid Signal”, a valid digital
signal is being input. If it is “No Valid Signal”, no valid digital
signal is being detected. Check the setting of the switch on
the bottom of the unit and confirm that the digital output of
the connected equipment meets the requirements for input
into this unit.
• Settings cannot be made in this section.
2 Setting section
This has various driver settings that can be changed.
US-322
This model outputs two signal channels.
Use the “LINE OUTPUTS 1-2” item to set the signal output
from the LINE OUT 1/L and 2/R jacks to either “mixer
outputs L-R” or “computer 1-2”.
US-366
This model outputs up to six signal channels. The options
available depend on the settings of the LINE I/O and
MODE switches on the bottom of the unit. Refer to the
following table for a summary of the available options.
Setting item
MODE***
Output
(connector) MILTITRACK
mixer outputs L-R
LINE
OUTPUTS
1-2
LINE OUT
1/L, 2/R
DIGITAL
OUTPUTS
DIGITAL
OUT
computer 3-4
computer 5-6**
mixer outputs L-R
computer 1-2
computer 3-4
computer 5-6**
Audio Performance
This unit's driver temporarily stores the audio signals input
to and output from the computer in a buffer.
The size of this buffer can be adjusted.
The smaller the size of the buffer, the shorter the audio signal
delay (latency). However, the smaller the size, the greater the
demand on the computer processor. If the audio data cannot
be processed in time due to the demands of other system
operations, for example, clicking and popping noises as well
as audio dropouts and other audio problems might occur.
The larger the buffer size, the more stable the operation,
making the processing of audio signals less likely to be
hindered by other system operations. However, larger buffer
sizes also increase the latency of the audio handled by the
computer.
You can set the buffer size used for this unit according to
your conditions.
When using Windows, adjust the buffer size using its “Audio
Performance” Control Panel. The “lowest latency” setting is
computer 1-2
LINE
OUTPUTS
3-4*
mixer outputs L-R
LINE OUT
3, 4
computer 1-2
computer 3-4
computer 5-6**
STEREO MIX
mixer outputs
L-R
computer
1-2
mixer outputs
L-R
computer
1-2
mixer outputs
L-R
computer
1-2
*Usable only when the LINE I/O switch on the bottom of the
unit is set to INPUT.
**Selectable only when the LINE I/O switch on the bottom of
the unit is set to OUTPUT.
***Set using the MODE switch on the bottom of the unit.
NOTE
If you want to output Windows Media Player or iTunes, for
example, through this unit’s DIGITAL OUT, set the “DIGITAL
OUTPUTS” to “computer 1-2” in the Control Panel.
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CAUTION
With the US-366 model, if the sampling frequency is set to
176.4 kHz or 192 kHz, the signal selected using the “DIGITAL
OUTPUTS” item will be output regardless of the “LINE
OUTPUTS 3-4” setting.
“MIXER” page
Foot Switch Mode (US-366 only)
When using a US-366 with a DAW application, you can
connect a TASCAM RC-3F foot switch remote control (sold
separately) to control the DAW.
You can select from two types of functions for the pedals
(switches).
• PLAY (REW, PLAY/STOP, FWD) (default setting)
These assigned functions are particularly useful for
playback operations. The PLAY/STOP function assigned
to the center pedal allows you to press it briefly to PLAY
and press and hold it to STOP.
• RECORD (PLAY, REC, STOP)
The assigned functions are useful particularly for
recording operations.
PLAY
RECORD
FOOT SW
L (brief)
L (long)
REW
----PLAY
-----
C (brief)
C (long)
PLAY
STOP
REC
-----
R (brief)
R (long)
FWD
----STOP
-----
Foot Switch Protocol (US-366 only)
You should set the protocol to match the DAW application
you are using. If the foot switch remote control does not
function, change the setting.
Mackie:
Mackie control protocol
HUI:
HUI protocol
For information about these protocols and how to use them
with a DAW application, refer to that application's operation
manual.
Click the MIXER tab to open the page shown above. On this
page, you can adjust the built-in mixer settings.
1 DYNAMICS EFFECTS type selection
Select the type of dynamics effect to use.
You can select and use one type of effect at a time. (Simultaneous selection of two or more effects is not possible.)
ON: Effect name blue
OFF (default): Effect name gray
Click the name of the effect that you want to use to turn it
on. When on, the effect name appears blue.
Click the name of the effect that is on (name blue) to turn it
off. When off, the effect name appears gray.
To use a different effect, click the name of that effect to turn
it on. The previously used effect is automatically turned off.
This setting is retained even when the unit is turned off and
on again.
NOTE
Depending on the sampling frequency setting, it might not
be possible to turn an effect on.
2 Dynamics effect assignment
Select the channel that you want to use the dynamics effect
on.
You can select one mono or one stereo channel. (Simultaneous selection of multiple channels is not possible.)
ON: Channel name blue
OFF (default): Channel name gray
Click the name of a channel to assign the dynamics effect to
it. When assigned, the channel name becomes blue.
At the same time, the line between the dynamics effects area
and the channel name turns blue.
To stop applying the dynamics effect to the assigned
channel, click that channel's button. The line between the
dynamics effect area and the channel turns gray.
To reassign the dynamics effect to a different channel,
click the button of that channel. The dynamics effect will
automatically be removed from the previous channel (line
turns gray) and assigned to the new channel (line turns
blue).
This setting is retained even when the unit is turned off and
on again.
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3 Effects send bus signal setting
There are three options. The signal can be sent to the send
bus either before (PRE) or after (POST) the fader, or not sent
at all (OFF).
PRE: Signal sent before fader
POST (default):Signal sent after fader
OFF: Signal not sent (nothing appears)
This setting is retained even when the unit is turned off and
on again.
Click the top of the frame to cycle through the options in the
following order.
OFF w PRE w POST w OFF
Use the knob inside the frame to adjust the send level.
Level: 0 (–inf ) – 127 (0dB) (default: 0 (–inf ))
Click and hold the knob that you want to adjust and drag
up and down to adjust the level. The current value appears
beneath the knob while the mouse button is being held
down.
Level settings are retained even when the unit is turned off
and on again.
4 SOLO buttons
Use these buttons when you want to listen to or mix only
audio from selected channels.
You can solo multiple channels at the same time.
When one or more channels is soloed, all other channels are
automatically muted.
This is convenient when you only want to listen to or mix a
few channels because it is easier than using multiple “MUTE”
buttons.
ON: Button appears red
OFF (default): Button appears gray
Click a SOLO button to turn the function on/off for that
channel.
When all the “SOLO” buttons are off, clicking the “SOLO”
button for one channel activates solo mode, automatically
muting all the other channels.
When all the “SOLO” buttons are turned off again, solo
mode is deactivated. At this time all channels that had been
automatically muted are unmuted again, and mute settings
are restored to their state before solo mode was activated.
NOTE
• Solo mode does not automatically activate the master
channel “MUTE” button.
• Solo settings are not retained when the unit is turned off
and on again (solo buttons are turned off).
6 Pan sliders
These adjust the stereo position (left – center – right) of the
channel signal sent to the master bus.
When set all the way left (L15), the signal from that channel
is sent only to the master bus left channel. No signal is sent
to the right bus.
When set all the way right (R15), the signal from that channel
is sent only to the master bus right channel. No signal is sent
to the left bus.
When set to the center (C), the channel signal level is
lowered –3dB and sent to both the left and right channels of
the master bus.
Including the central position and 15 steps to both left and
right, there are 31 steps total.
The slider appears blue when set to the center (C) and yellow
at all other positions.
Click and drag the pan slider left or right to change the
stereo position.
While you are clicking the pan slider, the pan position
appears in the area where the fader levels are shown (8 in
the illustration on page 18).
You can reset the pan slider to the center (C) position by
control-clicking it when using a Windows PC or commandclicking it when using a Mac.
When two channels are linked (“LINK” button is on), the pan
slider adjusts the volume balance between the left (odd) and
right (even) channels.
This setting is retained even when the unit is turned off and
on again.
7Faders
These adjust the levels of each channel in the mix.
Range: +6dB to –inf in 147 steps, default: 0dB
Click and drag a fader up or down to adjust its level.
Drag it up to increase its level (–inf w 6dB), or drag it down
to decrease its level (6dB w –inf ).
The fader level gain value is shown in the fader level area (8
in the illustration on page 18).
You can reset the fader to 0dB by control-clicking it when
using a Windows PC or command-clicking it when using a
Mac.
8 Fader level and pan position display area
This shows the level of the fader above as a digital value.
This shows the pan position when the pan slider above is
being moved using the pointer.
5 MUTE buttons
Use these to turn the mute function on/off for each channel.
ON: Button appears orange (channel muted)
OFF (default): Button appears gray
Click a “MUTE” button to turn the function on/off for that
channel.
This setting is retained even when the unit is turned off and
on again.
NOTE
In addition to being turned on and off when they are clicked,
“MUTE” buttons are also automatically turned on and off
when “SOLO” buttons are used. See “4 SOLO buttons”
above for details.
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9 Link buttons
These buttons allow you to link adjacent odd (left) and even
(right) channels, such as channels 1 and 2 or 3 and 4, into
stereo pairs in the mixer.
The mixer functions of two linked channels are combined
into a single channel strip.
ON: Button appears yellow
OFF (default): Button appears gray
Click a “LINK” button when the link is off to turn it on and
unite the two channel strips into one stereo channel strip.
The following mixer settings are applied to this stereo
channel.
Dynamics effect: Setting of odd (left) channel
Send effect: Setting of odd (left) channel
Solo: Setting of odd (left) channel
Mute: Setting of odd (left) channel
Pan slider: Center (C) (now used to adjust balance)
Fader: Setting of odd (left) channel
The two linked channel strips function as a single channel
strip.
Press the “LINK” button when the link is on to turn it off and
split the stereo channel strip into two mono channel strips.
The following mixer settings are applied to those channels.
Dynamics effect: If the effect had been on previously, it
will continue to be on for the odd (left) channel, but it
will be off for the even (right) channel. If the effect had
been off previously, it will continue to be off for both
channels.
Send effect: Both channels retain the previous setting.
Solo: Both channels retain the previous setting.
Mute: Both channels retain the previous setting.
Pan sliders: Center (C) (now used to adjust pan)
Faders: Both channels retain the previous setting.
This setting is retained even when the unit is turned off and
on again.
0 Channel names
These are the channel names of the unit's input connectors
and the computer's outputs.
Channels that can be used appear lit, while channels that
cannot be used appear dimmed.
The channels that can be used change according to the
following settings.
US-366: According to MODE and LINE I/O switch settings
US-322: According to MODE switch setting
This setting is retained even when the unit is turned off and
on again.
q Status display section
The main items related to the driver status and connected
hardware shown in the Status display section of the
“INTERFACE” page are shown here.
“Sample Rate”: Sampling frequency
“Sample Width”: Quantization bits
“Digital Input Status”: status of digital input
Message
Meaning
“Valid signal”
Valid digital signal being detected
“No valid signal” Valid digital signal not detected
“Digital Input Select”:Shows the digital input currently
selected by the DIGITAL IN switch
on the bottom of the unit.
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w Monitor mix setting
This shows the setting of the monitor mix volume knob on
the top of the unit.
This only shows the value. You cannot change it here.
The closer it is to “Input”, the higher the volume of the signals
input through the unit will be. The closer it is to “Computer”,
the higher the volume of the computer playback signals will
be.
e SEND EFFECTS
Set to use the send effects (REVERB).
ON (REVERB) (default): Name appears purple
OFF:
Name appears gray
Click the effect name (REVERB) inside the “SEND EFFECTS”
frame to turn it on. When on, the name turns purple.
Click the name of the effect (REVERB) when it is on (appears
purple) to turn it off (turns gray).
This setting is retained even when the unit is turned off and
on again.
NOTE
You cannot turn a send effect on when it is disabled due to
the sampling frequency setting.
r SEND master and RETURN level knobs
Use these to adjust to send and return levels (default: 0 (–inf )
for both).
SEND:
Use to adjust the level input to the effect
send bus.
RETURN: Use to adjust the send effect output level.
Click and drag a knob up or down to adjust the level.
Drag it up to increase its level (0 w 127), or drag it down to
decrease its level (127 w 0).
When you are clicking a knob, its setting appears beneath it.
This setting is retained even when the unit is turned off and
on again.
NOTE
This SEND knob adjusts the overall level of all channels sent
to the effect. To adjust the send level of a specific channel,
use the knob in 3 above.
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“EFFECTS” page
NOTE
• The dynamics effect ON/OFF setting on this page is linked to
its setting on the mixer panel, so turning it on or off here will
also change its setting there.
• Depending on the sampling frequency setting, it might not
be possible to turn an effect on.
4 Effect type selection switch
Click the “EFFECTS” tab to open the effects page where you can
adjust the built-in effect settings.
Limitations on the use of the built-in effects
The number of built-in effects that can be used depends on the
sampling frequency.
• At 44.1/48kHz, one dynamics and one send effect can each
be used.
• At 88.2/96kHz, either one dynamics effect or one send effect
can be used. (Turning on an effect will automatically turn off
the other effect if it has been on.)
• At 176.4/192kHz, the built-in effects cannot be used.
1 Dynamics effect tabs
Use to select the dynamics effect that is shown. Click a tab
to bring that effect to the front. The dynamics effects are
“COMPRESSOR” (default), “NOISE SUPPRESSOR”, “DE-ESSER”,
“EXCITER” and “EQ”.
This setting is retained even when the unit is turned off and
on again.
You can select the type of reverb used for the send effect.
Click the name of the type that you want to use to change
the selection. The switch will point to the new selection, and
the name of the selected type will appear green. The other
types will appear white. (The default setting is HALL.)
For details about each parameter, see “Effect explanations”
on page 22.
This setting is retained even when the unit is turned off and
on again.
5 Send effect ON/OFF button and indicator
Use this button to turn the send effect on and off.
ON: The button turns red and “ON” appears
next to it.
OFF (default):The button dims and “OFF” appears next
to it.
When a send effect is off, click its ON/OFF button or name to
turn it on. When on, click the button or name to turn it off.
This setting is retained even when the unit is turned off and
on again.
NOTE
• The send effect ON/OFF setting on this page is linked to its
setting on the mixer panel, so turning it on or off here will
also change its setting there.
• Depending on the sampling frequency setting, it might not
be possible to turn an effect on.
2 Parameter knobs
Use these to adjust the effect parameters.
Click and drag a knob up or down to adjust its setting value.
Drag up to increase the value and turn the knob clockwise.
Drag down to decrease the value and turn the knob counterclockwise.
The current value of each parameter is shown above its
knob.
For details about each parameter, see “Effect explanations”
on page 22.
These settings are retained even when the unit is turned off
and on again.
3 Dynamics effect ON/OFF button and indicator
Use this button to turn a dynamics effect on and off.
ON:The button turns red and “ON” appears
next to it. The name of the effect appears
brighter.
OFF (default):The button dims and “OFF” appears next
to it. The name of the effect appears
dimmed.
When a dynamics effect is off, click its ON/OFF button or
name to turn it on. When on, click the button or name to
turn it off.
Moreover since only one dynamics effect can be used at a
time, when an effect is on, turning on another effect will
automatically turn that effect off.
This setting is retained even when the unit is turned off and
on again.
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88 Effect explanations
Dynamics effects
0Compressor
When the input volume exceeds the “THRESHOLD” level set
in advance, the input volume will be compressed, reducing
output volume variation.
For example, by reducing the high level parts when sound
occurs, the lower level sounds become relatively louder,
creating a more even volume. You can also use this as a
limiter to prevent signal levels from becoming too high.
THRESHOLD: −84 to −24 dB (default: −64 dB)
Sets the threshold level that will cause noise suppression
if the input signal becomes less than it.
SUPPRESSION: 12 to 72 dB (default: 42 dB)
Sets the amount the output level will be reduced when
the input sound becomes less than the threshold level.
The higher the value, the more the output level and
noise will be reduced.
ATTACK: 0 to 4000 ms (default: 5 ms)
Sets the amount of time until the set suppression level is
reached after the input sound goes below the threshold.
The three meters show the level of the signal input to the
compressor (“INPUT”), the level of the signal output from
the compressor (“OUTPUT”) and the gain reduction caused
by the compressor (“GR”).
THRESHOLD: −32 to 0 dB (default: –12dB)
Sets the threshold level that will cause the input signal
volume to be compressed when it is exceeded.
RATIO: 1.0:1 to inf:1 (default: 1.5:1)
Sets the compression ratio for the volume. Turning it
right raises the compression ratio, increasing the amount
of compression.
RELEASE: 0 to 4000 ms (default: 32 0 ms)
Sets the amount of time until suppression stops after the
input sound exceeds the threshold.
When the input is a stereo signal, if both the left and
right input channels go below the threshold level, noise
suppression will start.
0De-esser
This is a compressor specialized for high frequencies that
reduces “s” sounds and other harsh high-frequency noises.
ATTACK: 2 to 200 ms (default: 20 ms)
Sets the amount of time until the compression reaches
the compression RATIO setting after the input sound
exceeds the threshold.
RELEASE: 10 to 1000 ms (default: 420 ms)
Sets the amount of time until the compression stops and
the sound returns to its uncompressed level after the
input sound goes below the threshold.
GAIN: 0 to 32 dB (default: 4 dB)
Sets the gain of the output signal. When the volume is
compressed, the output level becomes lower than the
input level.
Use the “GAIN” to amplify the output level so that it is
close to the input level.
If the input is a stereo signal, compression will start and
be applied to both channels when either the left or right
input channel exceeds the threshold level.
NOTE
When the compressor is off, the compressor curve will
appear but the meters will not be active.
0Noise suppressor
When the input volume becomes less than the threshold
level set in advance, the output level will be reduced
automatically to suppress noise. When the threshold level
is exceeded, the sound will be output at its ordinary level.
This effect is useful in applications to reduce noise during
pauses in performance or other sound input.
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FREQUENCY: 1 to 4 kHz (default: 1.15 kHz)
Sets the lowest frequency that the de-esser effects.
DEPTH: 1 to 100 (default: 25)
Sets the amount of compression. The higher the value
the greater the compression (and de-essing effect).
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0Exciter
This effect emphasizes high-frequency harmonics to add
clarity and sparkle while maintaining the original sound.
Send effect
0Reverb
This effect adds reverberations to the original sound by
adding multiple sounds delayed at various times with
damping over time that produces a sound that is as natural
as possible. Reverberations like those of a hall, live-music
club or a studio, for example, can be generated.
FREQUENCY: 1 to 4 kHz (default: 2.00 kHz)
Sets the frequency above which harmonics are emphasized.
DEPTH: 1 to 100 (default: 75)
Sets the amount that harmonics are emphasized. The
higher the value, the more they are emphasized.
0Three-band parametric equalizer
This can be used to increase or decrease the levels of
specific frequency ranges. This can be used to enhance
the sound of individual instruments, to adjust the balance
of a wide frequency range and to cut specific unwanted
frequencies, for example.
ROOM TYPE: HALL, ROOM, LIVE, STUDIO, PLATE
Select the type of reverb.
Depending on the setting, the density and level of the
reverb sound changes.
PRE DELAY: 0 to 250 ms (default: 90 ms)
Set the amount of time until the first reverberations. The
larger the value, the larger the reverberations make the
room sound.
REVERB TIME: 0.1 to 10 sec (default: 2.7 sec)
Set the amount of time that the reverberations continue.
The larger the value, the longer they continue.
The frequency response is shown even when the equalizer
is off. The equalizer has a high-shelf HIGH band, a low-shelf
LOW band and a peaking (bell-shaped) MID band.
HIGH GAIN: −12 to 12 dB (default: 0 dB)
Sets the amount the level is increased or decreased for
the high shelf.
HIGH FREQ: 1.7 to 18 kHz (default: 10 kHz)
Sets the cutoff frequency of the high self.
Mid GAIN: −12 to 12 dB (default: 0 dB)
Sets the amount the level is increased or decreased for
the mid peak.
Mid FREQ: 32 Hz to 18 kHz (default: 1.0 kHz)
Sets the center frequency of the peak.
Mid Q: 0.25 to 16 (default: 0.5)
Sets the acuteness of the peak. The higher the value
the narrower it becomes, making it effect a narrower
frequency band. The lower the value, the wider it
becomes, making it effect a broader frequency band.
Low GAIN: −12 to 12 dB (default: 0 dB)
Sets the amount the level is increased or decreased for
the low shelf.
Low FREQ: 32 Hz to 1.6 kHz (default: 100 Hz)
Sets the cutoff frequency of the low shelf.
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i LINE OUTPUTS 3-4: computer 1-2
Resetting settings to their default values
If you want to reset all the current settings to their original
values, You can restore the mixer and effect settings to their
factory defaults.
88 Resetting the mixer
Follow these procedures to reset the mixer and output channel
settings.
88 Resetting the effects
Follow these procedures to reset all the effects, including the
one currently shown, to their default values.
1. Click “File (F)” in the toolbar on a Windows PC or click
“TASCAM US-322 US-366 Mixer Panel” in the menu bar on a
Mac to open a pulldown menu.
1. Click “File (F)” in the toolbar on a Windows PC or click
“TASCAM US-322 US-366 Mixer Panel” in the menu bar on a
Mac to open a pulldown menu.
2. Click “Effect Reset...” in the pulldown menu.
3. When a warning appears as shown below, click “OK”.
2. Click “Mixer Reset...” in the pulldown menu.
3. When a warning appears as shown below, click “OK”.
CAUTION
After resetting, you cannot restore the previous settings.
Before clicking “OK”, confirm that you want to reset the
settings.
CAUTION
After resetting, you cannot restore the previous settings.
Before clicking “OK”, confirm that you want to reset the
settings.
NOTE
Click “Cancel” to return to the Mixer Panel without resetting.
The mixer and other settings are reset to their default values.
The items reset and their default values are as follows.
“MIXER” page items
i Dynamics effect: Off
i Dynamics effect assignment: Off
i Send effect signal position setting (all channels): POST
i Send level (all channels): 0 (–inf )
i Solo (all channels): Off
i Mute (all channels): Off
i Pan slider (all channels): Center
i Fader (all channels): 0 dB
i Link (all channel pairs): Off
i Send effect: REVERB ON
i Send/return levels: 0 (–inf )
“INTERFACE” page items
US-322
MULTITRACK mode
i LINE OUTPUTS 1-2: mixer output L-R
STEREO MIX mode
i LINE OUTPUTS 1-2: mixer output L-R
US-366
MULTITRACK mode
i LINE OUTPUTS 1-2: mixer output L-R
i DIGITAL OUTPUTS: computer 1-2
i LINE OUTPUTS 3-4: computer 3-4
STEREO MIX mode
i LINE OUTPUTS 1-2: mixer output L-R
i DIGITAL OUTPUTS: mixer output L-R
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NOTE
Click “Cancel” to return to the Mixer Panel without resetting.
The effect settings are reset to their default values.
The items reset are as follows.
COMPRESSOR
THRESHOLD, RATIO, ATTACK, RELEASE, GAIN
NOISE SUPPRESSOR
THRESHOLD, SUPPRESSION, ATTACK, RELEASE
DE-ESSER
FREQUENCY, DEPTH
EXCITER
FREQUENCY, DEPTH
EQ
GAIN and FREQ for all bands (LOW, MID, HIGH) and MID
band Q
REVERB
ROOM TYPE, PRE DELAY, REVERB TIME
NOTE
This does not change the effect on/off status or the
assignment of the dynamics effect. These items are restored
to their defaults by resetting the mixer.
See the “Effect explanations” for the default settings of each
effect.
6 – Application Guide
In this chapter, we explain how to set some audio applications
for use with this unit.
DAW software
Procedures for making settings differ among DAW software
applications. When using a DAW, refer to its operation manual.
Windows XP and Windows Media
Player
1. Close all applications and then open the “Control Panel” from
the “Start” menu.
2. Open “Sounds and Audio Devices”.
NOTE
If you do not see the above item, click “Sounds, Speech, and
Audio Devices” and it should appear.
Windows 7 and Windows Media Player
1. Close all applications and then open the “Control Panel” from
the “Start” menu.
2. Open “Sound”.
NOTE
If the above item does not appear, click “Hardware and
Sound” and it should appear.
3. Click the Playback tab, click “TASCAM US-322” (or “TASCAM
US-366") and click the “Set Default” button. This moves
the green check mark to “TASCAM US-322” (or “TASCAM
US-366").
3. Click the “Audio” tab, and set the “Default device:” for “Sound
playback” to “TASCAM US-322” (or “TASCAM US-366").
If you plan to use this unit for live broadcast over the Internet
or otherwise as a recording device, make the following
additional setting.
In the window above, set the “Default device:” for “Sound
recording” to “TASCAM US-322” (or “TASCAM US-366").
4. Click “OK”.
5. Start Windows Media Player, select an audio file and begin
playback.
NOTE
• If you change this setting while Windows Media Player is
running, the software will not recognize that the device has
been changed. In this case, restart Windows Media Player.
• If you still cannot hear sound after making the setting and
completing the procedures above, restart the computer.
• After making this setting, sound will be output through this
unit, but no sound will be output by the computer’s speakers
or headphone jacks.
• If you want to output the signal from Windows Media Player
through the DIGITAL OUT without passing through the
unit's mixer, set “DIGITAL OUTPUTS” to “computer 1-2” on
the “INTERFACE” page of the Mixer Panel. (US-366 only)
If you plan to use this unit for live broadcast over the Internet
or otherwise as a recording device, make the following
additional setting.
Click the Recording tab, and click “Line In TASCAM US-322” (or
“Line In TASCAM US-366") and set it as the “Default Device”.
When you do this, the green check mark will move to “Line In
TASCAM US-322” (or “Line In TASCAM US-366").
4. Click “OK”.
5. Start Windows Media Player, and play an audio file.
NOTE
• After making this setting, sound will be output through this
unit, but no sound will be output by the computer’s speakers
or headphone jacks.
• If you change this setting while Windows Media Player is
running, the software will not recognize that the device has
been changed. In this case, restart Windows Media Player.
• If you still cannot hear sound after making the settings and
completing the procedures above, disconnect the USB cable
and restart the computer.
• If you want to output the signal from Windows Media Player
through the DIGITAL OUT without passing through the
unit's mixer, set “DIGITAL OUTPUTS” to “computer 1-2” on
the “INTERFACE” page of the Mixer Panel. (US-366 only)
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Windows 8 and Windows Media Player
1. Close all applications and then right-click the Start screen to
open the application bar at the bottom of the screen.
2. Click the “All apps” button at the bottom right and open the
“Control Panel” from the Apps page.
3. Click “Hardware and Sound” and then open “Sound”.
4. Click the Playback tab, and click “Speakers TASCAM US-322”
(or “Speakers TASCAM US-366"), and click “Set Default”. When
you do this, the green check mark will move to “Speakers
TASCAM US-322” (or “Speakers TASCAM US-366").
Mac OS X and iTunes
1. Open the “Utilities” folder, which is inside the “Applications”
folder, and double-click “Audio MIDI Setup” to launch it.
2. Control-click the “US-322” (or “US-366"). Check use this
device for sound input and use this device for sound output.
This moves microphone icon and speaker icon to “US-322” (or
“US-366").
If you plan to use this unit for live broadcast over the Internet
or otherwise as a recording device, make the following
additional setting.
Open the Audio Devices pane. Control-click “US-322” (or
“US-366") and select “Use this device for sound input”. When
you do this, the mic icon will move to “US-322” (or “US-366").
If you plan to use this unit for live broadcast over the Internet
or otherwise as a recording device, make the following
additional setting.
Click the Recording tab, and click “Line In TASCAM US-322” (or
“Line In TASCAM US-366") and set it as the “Default Device”.
When you do this, the green check mark will move to “Line In
TASCAM US-322” (or “Line In TASCAM US-366").
5. Click “OK”.
6. Start Windows Media Player, and select and play an audio
file.
NOTE
• Windows Media Player will not recognize the device change
if you change these settings while it is running. In this case,
restart Windows Media Player.
• If you still cannot hear sound after making the settings and
completing the procedures above, disconnect the USB cable
and restart the computer.
• After making these settings, sound will be output from
this unit, but sound will not be output from the computer
speakers or headphone jack.
• If you want to output the signal from Windows Media Player
through the DIGITAL OUT without passing through the
unit's mixer, set “DIGITAL OUTPUTS” to “computer 1-2” on
the “INTERFACE” page of the Mixer Panel. (US-366 only)
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3. Launch iTunes, select an audio file and start playback.
NOTE
If you want to output the signal from iTunes through the
DIGITAL OUT without passing through the unit's mixer, set
“DIGITAL OUTPUTS” to “computer 1-2” on the “INTERFACE”
page of the Mixer Panel. (US-366 only)
7 – Troubleshooting
Please read this chapter if you are unable to use the unit
properly even after setting it up following the procedures in this
manual.
If you are still unable to resolve your problems please contact
TASCAM customer support with the following information about
the operating environment and details about the trouble.
Operating environment
0 Computer manufacturer
0 Model
0 CPU
0 Installed memory
0 OS
0 Applications used
0 Antivirus software use
0 Wireless LAN use
Please see the back of this manual for contact information.
Mac OS X
1.Shut down all applications and open “System Preferences” from the Apple menu.
2. Open “Sound”.
3.From the “Output” tab, select “TASCAM US-322” (or
“TASCAM US-366").
After completing the settings, restart the computer and
check the playback sound.
Depending on the application you are using, other device
settings might also be necessary in addition to those
above.
In particular, since DAW (Digital Audio Workstation)
software operates using audio engines that are different
from OS settings, confirm the DAW driver settings first after
installing the driver for this unit. Check the manuals for the
software that you are using for details about how to make
these settings.
For the bundled Cubase LE software, see the manual on
the included Cubase LE DVD-ROM.
88 Installation fails.
Installation completes, but the computer does not
recognize the unit.
If some trouble is causing installation to fail, or installation
completes but the computer does not recognize the unit,
check the following.
1) USB indicator lit
Is the USB indicator on the front panel of the unit lit?
If the USB indicator is not lit, confirm that the USB cable is
properly connected.
NOTE
Always use the included USB cable.
2) Change the USB port
Since the unit might not function properly with some USB
ports, try connecting to a different built-in USB port on the
computer, and reinstall the driver (when using Windows).
NOTE
• Try again after disconnecting other USB devices. (Keyboards
and mice can be left connected.)
• Do not use a USB hub. Always connect the unit directly to a
built-in USB port on the computer.
3) Stop other software running in the background
Since antivirus software and other software that runs in
the background can interfere with installation, stop other
software before beginning installation.
See “3 − Installation” on page 11 of this manual for how
to install and uninstall the driver.
88 There is no sound even when audio is playing back.
The audio output must be set on the computer.
Please confirm the following while the unit is connected to
the computer.
Note that after making the following settings, sound will be
output through the unit, but no sound will be output by the
computer's speakers or headphone jacks.
Windows XP/7/8
Make the settings for the operating system as described in
the previous chapter (6 – Application Guide).
Set the default playback device for Windows XP/7 by
completing steps 1–3 and for Windows 8 by completing
steps 1–4.
88 The sound breaks up or there is noise.
The processing load on the computer can cause sound to
break up and noise to occur.
Some ways to reduce the load on a computer are introduced
below.
1)
If a wireless LAN, antivirus software or other software
are running in the background, they regularly use the
computer's CPU, and this burden can cause sound to
break up and noise to occur.
Stop wireless LAN transmission, antivirus software and
other software running in the background when using
this unit.
2)
Try increasing the buffer size (latency) setting in the
audio application that you are using and/or in the
control panel for this unit.
NOTE
Consult the maker of your audio application for methods to
reduce its burden on your computer.
3)
Change the settings of your computer so that they are
optimal for audio processing.
Windows XP
1.Right-click “My Computer” and select
“Properties”.
2.Click the “Advanced” tab.
3.Click “Settings” in the “Performance” section.
4.On the “Performance Option” screen, select
the Adjust for “Best Performance option”.
Windows 7
a) Turn “Aero off”.
1.Right-click the desktop and select “Personalize”.
2.Select any theme from “among Basic and
High Contrast Themes”.
b) Performance settings
1.Right-click “Computer” and select
“Properties”.
2.Click “Advanced System Settings”.
3.Click the “Advanced” tab.
4.Click “Settings” in the “Performance” section.
5.On the “Visual Effects” tab in the “Performance
Options” window, select Adjust for “best
performance”.
Windows 8
1.Right-click the ordinary Windows 8 Start
screen (Metro interface), and click “All apps”.
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2.Right-click “Computer” and select “Properties.
3.Click “Advanced system settings”.
4.Click the “Advanced” tab.
5.Click “Settings…” in the “Performance” area.
6.On the “Visual Effects” page of the “Performance Options” screen, select “Adjust for best
performance”.
Mac OS X
1.Open “System Preferences” from the Apple
menu and select “Energy Saver”.
2.Click the “Sleep” tab.
3.Set “Put the computer to sleep when it is
inactive” for: to “Never”.
4.Set “Put the display(s) to sleep when the
computer is inactive” for: to “Never”.
5.Click the “Options” tab. If a “Processor performance setting” is available, set it to “Highest”.
NOTE
Depending on the Mac OS version and model these settings
might not be available.
88 The volume is not right.
Mixer functions might be affecting the volume. Check the
settings on the “MIXER” page of the Mixer Panel.
88 The sound is strange.
A built-in effect might be changing the sound. Check the
settings on the “EFFECTS” page of the Mixer Panel.
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8 – Specifications
Ratings
Analog audio outputs
Sampling frequency
Line outputs (LINE OUT 1/L, LINE OUT 2/R)
44.1/48/88.2/96 kHz (US-322)
44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz (US-366)
Quantization bit rate
24-bit
Analog audio inputs and outputs
Analog audio inputs
Microphone inputs (INPUT 1/L, INPUT 2/R)
Balanced
Connectors: XLR-3-31 equivalent (1: GND, 2: HOT, 3: COLD)
Input impedance: 2.2 kΩ
Nominal input level (INPUT knob at maximum): –65 dBu
Minimum input level (INPUT knob at minimum): –22 dBu
Maximum input level (INPUT knob at minimum): – 6 dBu
Line inputs (INPUT 1/L, INPUT 2/R)
Balanced
Connectors: 6.3 mm (1/4") standard TRS jacks
(Tip: HOT, Ring: COLD, Sleeve: GND)
• INPUT 1/L when MIC/LINE-GUITAR switch set to MIC/
LINE and INPUT 2/R
Input impedance: 15kΩ
Nominal input level (INPUT knob at maximum): –39 dBu
Minimum input level (INPUT knob at minimum): +4 dBu
Maximum input level (INPUT knob at minimum): +20 dBu
• INPUT 1/L when MIC/LINE-GUITAR switch set to GUITAR
Input impedance: 1 MΩ
Nominal input level: (INPUT knob at maximum): –55 dBV
Nominal input level: (INPUT knob at minimum): –12 dBV
Maximum input level: (INPUT knob at minimum): +4 dBV
Line inputs (LINE I/O 3-4, US-366 only)
Unbalanced
Connectors: RCA pin jacks
• When LINE I/O switch set to INPUT)
Input impedance: 15 kΩ
Nominal input level: –10 dBV
Maximum input level: +6 dBV
Balanced
Connectors: 6.3 mm (1/4") standard TRS jacks
(Tip: HOT, ring: COLD, sleeve: GND)
Output impedance: 100 Ω
Nominal output level: +4 dBu
Maximum output level: +20 dBu
Line outputs (LINE OUT 1/L, LINE OUT 2/R, US-322
only)
Unbalanced
Connectors: RCA pin jacks
Output impedance: 200 Ω
Nominal output level: –10 dBV
Maximum output level: +6 dBV
Line outputs (LINE I/O 3-4, US-366 only)
Unbalanced
Connectors: RCA pin jacks
• When LINE I/O switch set to OUTPUT
Output impedance: 200 Ω
Nominal output level: –10 dBV
Maximum output level: +6 dBV
Headphones outputs (PHONES)
Connectors: 6.3 mm (1/4") stereo phone jack
Maximum output: 18 mW + 18 mW
(THD+N 1% or less, into 32Ω)
Digital audio inputs(US-366 only)
COAXIAL (DIGITAL IN)
• When DIGITAL IN switch set to COAXIAL
Connector: RCA pin jack
Format: IEC 60958-3 (S/PDIF)
OPTICAL (DIGITAL IN)
• When DIGITAL IN switch set to OPTICAL)
Connector: TOS (JEITA RC-5720C)
Format: IEC 60958-3 (S/PDIF)
Digital audio outputs(US-366 only)
COAXIAL (DIGITAL OUT)
Connector: RCA pin jack
Signal format: IEC 60958-3 (S/PDIF)/IEC 60958 professional
(AES/EBU)
(Set on the “INTERFACE” page of the Mixer Panel)
OPTICAL (DIGITAL OUT)
Connector: TOS (JEITA RC-5720C)
Signal format: IEC 60958-3 (S/PDIF)/IEC 60958 professional
(AES/EBU)
(Set on the “INTERFACE” page of the Mixer Panel)
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Control I/O
Computer requirements
USB (USB)
Connector: B-type 4-pin
Format: USB 2.0 HIGH SPEED (480 MHz)
REMOTE input (US-366 only)
Connector: 2.5 mm TRS jack
Supported protocol: TASCAM RC-3F protocol
Audio performance
Analog-digital/digital-analog conversion
ADC chipset dynamic range: 102 dB (48 kHz, A-weight)
DAC chipset dynamic range: 106 dB (44.1 kHz, A-weight)
Frequency response
MIC IN to LINE OUT
10 Hz – 40 kHz, ±3.0 dB (88.2/96 kHz, JEITA) (US-322)
10 Hz – 68 kHz, ±3.0 dB (176.4/192 kHz, JEITA) (US-366)
MIC IN to PHONES
10 Hz – 30 kHz, ±1.0 dB (88.2/96 kHz, JEITA) (US-322)
10 Hz – 30 kHz, ±1.0 dB (176.4/192 kHz, JEITA) (US-366)
S/N ratio
98 dB or higher (MIC IN to LINE OUT, gain knob at minimum,
88.2/96 kHz, JEITA) (US-322)
98 dB or higher (MIC IN to LINE OUT, gain knob at minimum,
176.4/192 kHz, JEITA) (US-366)
Equivalent input noise
-120 dBu or less (MIC IN to LINE OUT, gain knob at
maximum, 88.2/96 kHz, JEITA) (US-322)
-120 dBu or less (MIC IN to LINE OUT, gain knob at
maximum, 176.4/192 kHz, JEITA) (US-366)
Total harmonic distortion
0.0045% or less (MIC IN to LINE OUT, gain knob at minimum,
88.2/96 kHz, JEITA) (US-322)
0.0045% or less (MIC IN to LINE OUT, gain knob at minimum,
176.4/192 kHz, JEITA) (US-366)
See the TASCAM website (http://tascam.com/) for updated information about OS compatibility.
Windows
Supported Operating system
Windows XP 32-bit SP3 or later
Windows XP 64-bit SP2 or later
Windows 7 32-bit SP1 or later
Windows 7 64-bit SP1 or later
Windows 8 32-bit
Windows 8 64-bit
(Windows Vista 32-bit /64-bit not supported)
Supported computer system
Windows compatible computer with a USB 2.0 port
CPU/clock
Dual core processor 2GHz or faster (x86)
Memory
2GB or more
CAUTION
This unit has been confirmed to work with standard
computers that meet the above system requirements, but
this is not a guarantee that it will work with all computers
that meet the above requirements. Even if a computer meets
the above requirements, its processing abilities will differ
according to its unique design specifictions and operating
conditions.
Mac OS X
Supported Operating system
Mac OS X 10.6.8 (Snow Leopard)
Mac OS X 10.7.X (Lion)
Mac OS X 10.8.X (Mountain Lion)
Supported computer system
Apple Macintosh with a USB2.0 port
CPU/clock
Dual core processor 2GHz or faster (x86)
Memory
2GB or more
Supported audio drivers
ASIO2.0, WDM (MME)
Core Audio
Supported remote control protocol
Mackie Control
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General
Power
Weight
Supplied by USB from a computer (5 V, 500 mA maximum
current)
Power consumption
500 g/1.10 lb
Operating temperature range
5-35ºC/41-95ºF
2.5 W
Bundled software
External dimensions (W x H x D)
140 x 42 x 140 mm/5.51 x 1.65 x 5.51 in. (without projections)
Cubase LE (for Windows or Mac OS X)
Dimensional drawing
(54.5mm)
42mm
140mm
140mm
• Illustrations in this manual may differ in part from the actual
product.
• Specifications and the external appearance may be changed
without notification to improve the product.
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TEAC CORPORATIONhttp://tascam.jp/
Phone: +81-42-356-9143
1-47 Ochiai, Tama-shi, Tokyo 206-8530 Japan
TEAC AMERICA, INC.http://tascam.com/
Phone: +1-323-726-0303
7733 Telegraph Road, Montebello, California 90640 USA
TEAC MEXICO, S.A. de C.V.http://teacmexico.net/
Phone: +52-55-5010-6000
Río Churubusco 364, Colonia Del Carmen, Delegación Coyoacán, CP 04100, México DF, México
TEAC UK LIMITEDhttp://tascam.eu/
Phone: +44-8451-302511
Suites 19 & 20, Building 6, Croxley Green Business Park, Hatters Lane, Watford, Hertfordshire, WD18 8TE, UK
TEAC EUROPE GmbHhttp://tascam.eu/
Phone: +49-611-71580
Bahnstrasse 12, 65205 Wiesbaden-Erbenheim, Germany
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