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Tascam has released the DR-07mkII, a new handheld recorder with adjustable microphones.

 

The stereo recorder features a pair of adjustable condenser microphones. The built-in mics can be moved from an XY position to an AB position. A dedicated power supply for the codec is designed to “enable the full capabilities of the A/D and D/A converter, and separate analog & digital circuit boards and low impedance circuit design reduce noise in the design, ” according to the company. The DR-05 records to microSD or microSDHC media, recording in MP3 or WAV (BWF) file format at up to 96kHz/24-bit resolution.


DR-07mkII Features

  • Handheld Portable Recorder.
  • Adjustable Stereo Condenser Omnidirectional Microphones (XY or AB).
  • Up to 96kHz/24-bit WAV (BWF) linear PCM recording.
  • Stereo MP3 recording from 32–320 kbps bit rate.
  • Reverb effect.
  • Overdub recording mode.
  • Auto Record and Auto Mark functions.
  • Peak Reduction function designed to set the optimum recording level automatically even in recording.
  • Limiter and low-cut filter designed to help prevent distortion.
  • Automatic or manual level setting.
  • Self timer recording starts recording 5 or 10 sec. after pressing the record button for waiting until you are ready.
  • Auto and manual track increment.
  • Variable speed playback (50%-150%) without changing the pitch.
  • Loop and repeat playback.
  • Level Align feature prevents uneven volume levels during playback.
  • Playback EQ setting.
  • Editing function (Divide and delete).
  • Up to 99 mark points on each file.
  • Chromatic tuner.
  • 1/8” stereo mic/line input.
  • USB 2.0 port for transfer to PC and external power.
  • Up to 2-second pre recording buffer.
  • Jump back function returns to previous point with one action (1–10, 20, 30 sec.).
  • 1/8” headphone/line output.
  • Built-in speaker.
  • microSD (64MB – 2GB)/microSDHC (4GB – 32GB) card slot (2GB card included).
  • Powered by 2 AA batteries, AC adapter (optional: PS-P515U), or USB bus power.
  • Tripod socket hole.
  • Dimensions: 2.2” W x 5.5” H x 1” D (55mm x 141mm x 26mm).
  • Weight: 4.4 oz (125g).

 

No pricing info yet.

 

For more information, visit the Tascam or DR-07mkII page.

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