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Tascam dr70d. Case?
« on: July 15, 2019, 11:27:11 PM »
Any one who has the tascam dr70d, what do you use as a case? I have a hard plastic case I use to hold my deck, cables and mics, and I keep the tascam in the styrofoam it came in inside my case. Would like to get a case I can put it in inside my case. Any suggestions?
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Re: Tascam dr70d. Case?
« Reply #1 on: July 16, 2019, 09:22:59 AM »
I don't use a "case", as much as I have a recording bag. That recording bag is set up with divided sections.  Those sections are defined by what we had available a decade ago, from the Target retail stores, a welded wire kitchen shelving rack. The bag is a fishing tackle bag that I've used for recording for 30 years, a Rapala bag from Walmart.
The sections are defined by the wire rack. The microphones drop into the section that is padded by the outside pocket.  The recorder goes into the midle action, which is protected by wire grid, and, the recorder is also wrapped in an old towel, and put inside of a padded zipper pouch "lunch box".  In the recording bag, it is also padded on its other side by a 1" thick piece of fairly stiff kneeling pad foam.
Ultimately, the recorder is deeply buried in protection, and, well padded.

I've taken a few pics of it packed, as I do not have any in that state of rest. check back in a few.
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Re: Tascam dr70d. Case?
« Reply #2 on: July 16, 2019, 09:41:16 AM »
This is my recording bag, exploded to show content.

7067 shows the contents in their various pouches.
7068 shows the DR70D wrapped in its towel, inside of the padded "lunch box".

7069 is the "padded lunch box" recorder bag.  You can see the mesh outer finish. If you look closely, you can see a triangular shape below the mesh.  That triangular shape is a bent piece of wire, bent to a triangle, and finished/closed.  It is set up at a 90º near-coincident 22cm spread, wide-din stereo configuration.  I use this for low profile, on lap, on floor, on shelf, stage lip, etc., stereo recording.

7070 is the kit all in the Rapapla fishing tackle recording bag.
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« Reply #3 on: July 16, 2019, 04:26:21 PM »
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Re: Tascam dr70d. Case?
« Reply #4 on: July 16, 2019, 05:46:18 PM »
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Re: Tascam dr70d. Case?
« Reply #5 on: July 17, 2019, 09:48:39 AM »
I have a Amazon Basics medium camera bag. I really wanted to try to get it in a small because of the form factor, but I think it would have been really tight when you add in mics (in a Pelican case) in hindsight. At some point I might just cut all the extraneous pockets and second lid off of the medium. It is nice to be able to get my shock mounts in the bag and not leave them on a stand.
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Re: Tascam dr70d. Case?
« Reply #6 on: July 17, 2019, 10:49:40 AM »
I have a Amazon Basics medium camera bag. I really wanted to try to get it in a small because of the form factor, but I think it would have been really tight when you add in mics (in a Pelican case) in hindsight. At some point I might just cut all the extraneous pockets and second lid off of the medium. It is nice to be able to get my shock mounts in the bag and not leave them on a stand.

The blue bag, within my kit bag, is my mic pouch. It is a Dollar Store shaving kit bag. It holds the mics in their own cases, and,  the shock mounts, too.
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Re: Tascam dr70d. Case?
« Reply #7 on: July 22, 2019, 08:52:43 PM »
I have a Amazon Basics medium camera bag. I really wanted to try to get it in a small because of the form factor, but I think it would have been really tight when you add in mics (in a Pelican case) in hindsight. At some point I might just cut all the extraneous pockets and second lid off of the medium. It is nice to be able to get my shock mounts in the bag and not leave them on a stand.

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Re: Tascam dr70d. Case?
« Reply #8 on: July 23, 2019, 12:21:13 PM »
I have a Amazon Basics medium camera bag. I really wanted to try to get it in a small because of the form factor, but I think it would have been really tight when you add in mics (in a Pelican case) in hindsight. At some point I might just cut all the extraneous pockets and second lid off of the medium. It is nice to be able to get my shock mounts in the bag and not leave them on a stand.

I ordered this last week and got it today. It works perfectly! And it was only $10.  Thanks a bunch for all of the recommendations

I know you already purchased, but I use the Large version of this and really love it.  The quality is far better than what you would expect for the price.  Also, the side pockets of the large bag are the perfect size for a Manfrotto Super Clamp.

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Re: Tascam dr70d. Case?
« Reply #9 on: Today at 06:13:12 PM »
I have a Tascam DR-701D, same size. I use an Orca OR-28 mini sound bag. There are some other models from other brands, very well made, but they lack some extra space for cables, headphone,batteries and all other stuff needed on location. You can find Orca here  https://www.orcabags.com/product/or-28-mini-sound-bag-for/.
In the Orca OR-28 you can fit nicely the Tascam and connect it to the bag. For battery change you just turn the bag with recoder upside down, open the bottom, open the frontdoor (funny they call it front) from the recorder, open the battery compartment and you can change your 4 AA's. Close all and turn it over and go ahead with recording. Also you can lift the recorder to a workable height in the bag as the Tascam is very tiny. In the space under the recorder you can fit an USB powerbank if it is not too wide and give you extra recording time  ;D


 

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