Denon Professional DN-700R
Network SD/USB audio recorder
Designed to facilitate recording within today's wide range of audio applications, the DN-700R records WAV and MP3 audio files to solid state media storage drives including SD/SDHC and USB. A network-based device, the DN-700R allows users to easily program the unit for scheduled events, record and play back material automatically, and designate locations for audio transfer over or outside networks -- eliminating the need for on-location media retrieval and manual transfers to standalone computers. With its USB port and two SD/SDHC slots, the 1-RU DN-700R enables audio recording in MP3 using full bit rate, stereo, or mono formats and WAV recordings in uncompressed PCM files up to 24-bit 96kHz. For increased ease-of-use, the unit features new network functionalities that allow users to schedule up to 30 record and 30 playback events while providing the capacity to manage and archive files onto networks via FTP automatically.
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