Sound Devices 788T-SSD
Sound Devices has introduced a new model to its recorder lineup at NAB, the 788T-SSD.
This new model of the 788T replaces the 160 GB SATA hard drive with a factory-supplied, 256 GB solid-state drive. The addition of the SSD has the following features, according to Sound Devices.
- internal storage capacity; continuous recordings of over 60 hoursof 24-bit, 8-track audio,
- increased transfer speed versus a spinning hard drive,
- increased immunity to shock and temperature extremes,
- zero acoustical output.
The 788T-SSD will be available on April 20, 2009. No pricing information.
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