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Pocket Recorder/Multitrack from Edirol .

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  • Edirol R-09HRPublished on 05/14/08 at 10:01
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    - How long have you use it?
    Today only

    - What is so special that you like most and least?
    Most:
    Works on sector-and especially stack (useful for recording nomadic) devices because of battery is nice but when it does what it is empty ...
    - Ease of use not need to read the instructions
    - The quality and microphone sensitivity internal (level cranked sound I hear I do not see the ear)
    - Finally, I will not mark any post because is too long, but for now it is the foot.

    for less:
    - Not much I could not by my choice (no phantom power supply, no xlr ...) but good for the xlr adapters ago ;-)
    - I do not know the other models but I find that when pushing all levels there are......
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    - How long have you use it?
    Today only

    - What is so special that you like most and least?
    Most:
    Works on sector-and especially stack (useful for recording nomadic) devices because of battery is nice but when it does what it is empty ...
    - Ease of use not need to read the instructions
    - The quality and microphone sensitivity internal (level cranked sound I hear I do not see the ear)
    - Finally, I will not mark any post because is too long, but for now it is the foot.

    for less:
    - Not much I could not by my choice (no phantom power supply, no xlr ...) but good for the xlr adapters ago ;-)
    - I do not know the other models but I find that when pushing all levels there are still bottom of the breath (wave, 24bit, 96kHz, level80, sensitivity to H) once adjusted if it is more than perfect right to see the price.

    - Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    can we consider a Panasonic mini dictaphone cassette + 15 years is comparable ... Ok this will I go to the next question ...

    - How would you rate the quality / price?
    I had to be € 299 cheaper than the old model in some stores, but it's still an investment for a little amateur like me, but it's still less than a Nagra ...

    - With experience, you do again this choice? ...

    is still short to give a definitive answer, but I think so because the microphone was really amazed

    PS: I put 9 because I see the use the aging of the skin hull pleasant style of fishing but can be sensitive to signs of aging
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  • Edirol R-09HRPublished on 06/04/08 at 09:44
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I just received the R09HR so it's a first review "hot" that I will complete later:
    I am impressed with the quality of the recording, both as 16-bit wav-MP3-320kbps: with a 1GB SD card I have for over 4 hours recording quality!
    2 minor drawbacks:
    -I was very interested in a priori function for changing the playback speed (useful to rework some scenes, but I have a very annoying echo, which makes this feature unusable.
    I regret not find on a camera of this quality something that I use a lot of simple digital voice recorder at 50 € which is the possibility of the index during playback of a song.

    The ergonomics are excellent, the screen is readable and gives a max of information.......
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    I just received the R09HR so it's a first review "hot" that I will complete later:
    I am impressed with the quality of the recording, both as 16-bit wav-MP3-320kbps: with a 1GB SD card I have for over 4 hours recording quality!
    2 minor drawbacks:
    -I was very interested in a priori function for changing the playback speed (useful to rework some scenes, but I have a very annoying echo, which makes this feature unusable.
    I regret not find on a camera of this quality something that I use a lot of simple digital voice recorder at 50 € which is the possibility of the index during playback of a song.

    The ergonomics are excellent, the screen is readable and gives a max of information.
    The use is generally intuitive, fortunately for the doc does not exist in French!
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  • Edirol R-09HRPublished on 01/15/09 at 05:07
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    I just acqurir this recorder trs performance. There is a manual in French under the following link: http://manuals.roland.be/Francais2/R09HR_fr.pdf
  • Edirol R-09HRPublished on 06/10/09 at 00:59
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    I use this recorder for 6 months.
    Trs good product despite the following:
    - Ignition time too long ... When the unit is turned off it takes almost 9 seconds before you can pause the recording started.
    - The picture did not convince me stro ... I think everything is too centered left and right dcoupe is too pronounced for me. If one picks a compltement on his right, does it cost to find only the center-right.
    - The reverb intgre although not too bad, because nanmoins a little gadget.
    - The options are too Chres and trs! proctection the cover, the setting up of micro ...

    A part in the quality and operation trs are good for a fair price and tlcommande provided in the pack can......
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    I use this recorder for 6 months.
    Trs good product despite the following:
    - Ignition time too long ... When the unit is turned off it takes almost 9 seconds before you can pause the recording started.
    - The picture did not convince me stro ... I think everything is too centered left and right dcoupe is too pronounced for me. If one picks a compltement on his right, does it cost to find only the center-right.
    - The reverb intgre although not too bad, because nanmoins a little gadget.
    - The options are too Chres and trs! proctection the cover, the setting up of micro ...

    A part in the quality and operation trs are good for a fair price and tlcommande provided in the pack can s'avrer trs although its use is limited some meters.
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  • Edirol R-09HRPublished on 11/18/09 at 00:14
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    I have this camera for over a year, this is my first portable recorder. I love the recording quality on the built-in microphones that pass very, very well extremely severe (storms ...) as the input line. You can save directly to WAV or MP3. A small built-in HP allows fast control of the recording.

    Note that the version 2 firmware includes a tuner fully operational.

    The autonomy of NiMh batteries is amazing, long hours of recording.

    Indeed, the accessories are quite expensive but useful.

    The remote comes home and prevents handling noise.
  • Edirol R-09HRPublished on 01/21/10 at 10:27
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    I use depuis3 weeks, to record rpeter rock, chamber music, jazz piano lessons my little things right and left ... I mostly chose to self (I am 7 am avecune pair of 2100mAh battery), its very compact size (more than other GENERALLY, 6cm wide and 11cm high) its clear display with peak-meters prsentet then still a little time for its sober look etlgant ...

    What I like most is his discrtion, because of its color and size, it does not cause stress, really fits in your pocket and can therefore serve as a mp3 player. It helps me so enormously etje displaces rarely without. The audio quality of the camera is any good level, Pramper blow a bit but nothing mchant, only stereo is bad. Indeed it......
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    I use depuis3 weeks, to record rpeter rock, chamber music, jazz piano lessons my little things right and left ... I mostly chose to self (I am 7 am avecune pair of 2100mAh battery), its very compact size (more than other GENERALLY, 6cm wide and 11cm high) its clear display with peak-meters prsentet then still a little time for its sober look etlgant ...

    What I like most is his discrtion, because of its color and size, it does not cause stress, really fits in your pocket and can therefore serve as a mp3 player. It helps me so enormously etje displaces rarely without. The audio quality of the camera is any good level, Pramper blow a bit but nothing mchant, only stereo is bad. Indeed it is very tightened, something happens Completely right not appear that half right.
    The menus are very clear and I respect the instructions for two things: how to turn it on (yes it is strange but it must remain a long second pressing the power button, I have not used) and how to make bows (very useful for solo work on a grid for example).
    To record "confidential" the quality is very honorable (RPET course ...), etc. to do something pro you better have a couple of microphone and Pramper ct to get a better stereo, otherwise the spaces are too poorly made.
    The remote control can s'avrer practice, but with me it does not work more than 3 meters, and at an angle relative to the R-09HRce which is a bit stringent.
    Last good point, handling noise is very well grs, you can walk with the recorder by hand without any worries, as long as we are not above rubbing either, and if is not supplied with a windscreen, you can still come out the same time "normal" (wind trslger) without a pool of bass on the plug. In addition there is a low-cut available directly on the back of the appliance with frquence is adjustable (80-200Hz I think ...). There is also a limiter, never used the phantom power, the hold function and a switch "mic gain: Low / High". This skips a voice recording or ambiancetranquille one rehearsal rock very easily, and thus allow regulation of the focus gain of more detail.

    I am really very happy, I benefitted from a bundle thomann with cover and a 4GB SD for 300 or 350, for a musician who does a lot of things and a soundman who save likes gig is perfect, his only real black spot for moiest strophonique image when used alone, or nothing to say!
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