The TASCAM 300 series mixers consisted of the M-308 a (8 x 4 x 8), the M-312 a (12 x 4 x 8), and the M-320 a (20 x 4 x 8) mixer.
Following the success of the 122, TASCAM targeted the multi-image market with the model 133, a professional 3 track cassette deck specialty product with 2 tracks of stereo audio and a cue track.
The 133 was a huge success and dominated the multi-image production and presentation market.
TASCAM introduced a historic new invention, the TASCAM 388 Studio.
The 388 was the first 8 track (8x8), 1/4" reel-to-reel multitrack tape recorder and mixer combination ever.
The new model 30 included parametric EQ and phono preamps.
The model M-35, an 8-in, 4-out, 8 monitor (8x4x2) mixer, offered modular construction and the option of adding the model M-35EX expansion module.The M-35EX gave expansion capability up to 28 inputs.The TASCAM M-50 was a 12 input, 8-buss mixer with 2 independent aux systems.The TASCAM M-16 was a mixer with 16 inputs, 8 outputs, and a 16-channel monitor section.This board was made in either a 16 input or 24 input configuration, a real flexible mixer that you could buy it with 16 inputs and then add modules later to increase the inputs to 24.The unit used a 7" reel of 1/4" tape and had an auto stop feature so it functioned just like a standard cassette for the user.