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Discussion in 'TASCAM DM-24' started by Marko James, Jul 7, 2016.
would love to have details so I don't mess it up if any one had a doc about it
Open the TOP (about 10 screws). And then you see the battery on the left side...very Easy.
What type of battery does the Tascam DM-24 mixer use? And where can I get one?
And how can I replace the battery myself!
I will appreciate all the help.
What type of battery is it and where can I get one?
See the position on detail in my Video on youtube after Minute 2:00.
The Battery is an CR2032 - you can buy it in every store with electric Devices.
Thank you for the help. I couldn’t understand the language in the video (it sounds like German) but I saw the battery and the type. I have three of those at home and I can’t find them in the house. I’ll pick some at the store. How long does such a battery last inside the DM24? How many years?
yes I am from Germany - You can use the youtube-subtitle to change it into English ;-)
It depends on Using the DM-24.
In my DM-24 I use the battery about 20 Years - and after changing the old battery it had anyway an Voltage about 3V. Nevertheless, I changed it - because i have open the Device for change 1 Fader from an other Mixer ;-)
I am using my DM24 with Tascam MX2424 and I want to control MX2424 with DM24 with Midi and MMC. Do have schematics for DM24 controlling MX2424 in mixdowns while I remotely control the recording on MX2423 with RC2424?
I will check out the battery video on YouTube. What is the YouTube link?
Thank you for your help.
Link see 3 Posts before.
I dont know the MX2424....sorry.
I’m in the process of opening up my DM24. There 10 screws I have to remove to see the battery and replace it. I was going to upload photos of my mixer but I don’t have permission to do so. Which screws should I remove?
At the top line you must find 3 srews left, 3 srews right and 5 srews at the rear side. I mean in summary 11 srews. It is a very easy job. Dont worry if you have a little technial understanding.
I changed the battery and now the mixer can save settings. The battery didn’t snap in as other batteries do. Does the battery need to snap in? I couldn’t find a way to pull the battery out except by flipping the top and removing the old battery.
Thank you Stefan.
Please make a picture. I can not understand you.
That’s fine. I’m no longer inside the DM-24. It’s such a labor to get inside there. The screws are back and the machine is working so far. How will I know the batteries are working?
There is no Check-Point for it.
There’s a screen to go to to find out if you have enough battery in your DM-24, is that right?