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iKEY-Audio announced the availability of the RM3, a rack-mount digital SD/USB recorder.

The RM3 is a single-space (19” 1U) digital media player/recorder designed to be added to any rack setup. It is designed for club and mobile racks, DJs and musicians wishing to record their sets, restaurants, houses of worship, schools, home studios, broadcasting, meeting & lecture halls, and any permanent install situation where audio recording is needed.

 

The RM3 features a Full Color LCD screen, and a front panel Jog Wheel for file search. It has input/output options: two 1/4” line inputs on the front to record any vocals or instruments, as well as a combo XLR/1/4” stereo jack and stereo RCA inputs on the rear. There are also front and rear MIC Inputs.

It also has 2 balanced XLR outputs, and a stereo RCA output for pass-through ability. You can also monitor your media thru the 1/4” headphone/line output provided on the front of the RM3, which has its own dedicated volume adjustment. AC adapter, USB cable, and 1GB SD memory card are included.

The RM3 records directly onto SD cards up to 4GB, SDHC cards up to 32GB, and any supported USB storage device of unlimited memory capacity. You have the choice to record in MP3 formats up to 320KBps, or in WAV format with 44.1kHz/16-bit quality.

 

Pricing

$319.99 MSRP, and $199.99 MAP.

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