Denon Professional is showing its DN-F450R and DN-F650R Solid-state Audio Recorders at InfoComm 2010.
Elevated from the standard audio recorder, the DN-F450R is a 1RU, half-rackspace unit designed for recording in any application requiring audio to be documented and stored. The DN-F450R features balanced/unbalanced inputs and is also controllable via RS-232c and GPIO (General Purpose Input/Output), making it designed for houses of worship, broadcast outfits, conference and meeting recordings or anywhere a reliable audio recording is needed.
Housed in a 1U-rackspace enclosure, the DN-F650R has RS-232c and USB keyboard control. Inputs and outputs from AES/EBU to Balanced XLR in and out allow for its inclusion into nearly every application. Its playback features also include ±12% pitch control, likewise ideal for dance and aerobics/fitness. Additionally, the optional RC-F400 Remote Controller features a LCD display.
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