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Packing 24-bit recording with built-in stereo mics into a package smaller than an energy bar, the DR-03 records to microSD media and a 2GB card is included. It features playback functions like looping and variable speed audition to slow down music without changing the pitch. It's designed for low handling noise and features stereo condenser mics, 48kHz WAV or MP3 recording, auto-recording function that starts when input exceeds a reference level, 1/8" stereo mic/line input and headphone output, 96x96 backlit LCD display, built-in speaker and built-in desktop stand.
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