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[Musikmesse] Korg MR-2 Recorder

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Korg has added a new handheld recorder to its MR Series of DSD digital recorders—the MR-2 High Resolution Mobile Recorder.

The MR-2 is designed to record in tDSD format, using a 2.8MHz sampling rate, to capture “every sonic detail while preserving the ambience of the original recording location.” Using the included AudioGate software, this original datastream recording can be re-purposed into nearly any audio format with minimal fidelity loss, Korg assures. For job-specific recording, the MR-2 can also record in any of the popular multi-bit formats, from MP2 and MP3 up to 24-bit/192kHz.

The MR-2 features a built-in electret stereo condenser microphone. The mic housing can be rotated toward the front, top or rear of the MR-2 in eight 30-degree steps. Two screw mounts allow the MR-2 to be attached to a general-purpose camera tripod for flexible mic-ing and positioning. An additional jack enables connection to an external mic.

An on-board analog limiter, low-cut filter and bass EQ are available.

Availability
The MR-2 will be available in July 2010.

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