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D&M Professional Europe has announced the availability of a new solid state recorder from Denon Professional, the full rack size DN-F650R SD card / USB recorder

 

It is intended as a cost effective replacemens for cassette, DAT, MD and CDR systems in professional applications.

 

The Denon DN-F650R is a replacement for cassette, DAT, MD, CDR and commodity PC based systems currently fulfilling such roles. It is a solid state recorder, offering recording to and between SD/SDHC flash card and USB external drives, and is designed to fulfil playback and recording applications in AV installation, audio production, live sound, theatre and broadcast. Balanced XLR analogue audio and AES/EBU digital I/Os are featured, as well as unbalanced analogue and SPDIP connectivity. Serial, parallel and contact closure remote control are supported, and the unit can be operated with Denon’s latest RC-F400S ‘Hot Start’ serial remote controller.

 

The OLED display and file search jog wheel enable simple front panel operation. A USB keyboard input allows for simple file name editing. A variety of playback modes includes single, repeat, random, continuous and skip back play. Pitch control (between +20 and –40%), tempo lock, and a headphone out with volume control are also included.

 

Stereo and mono audio channels are simultaneously available and both WAV and MP3 file formats are supported, with selectable sample rates of 96, 48 and 44.1 kHz, 24 and 16 bit resolution, and MP3 bit rates between 32 and 320 kbps. Cascade recording and file management capabilities between the SD / SDHC card and connected USB drive, and USB connectivity to PC enables file transfer.

 

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The DN-F650R costs €675 / £599 mrrp ex tax.

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