Portable digital field recorder
The HDR7 is a portable digital recorder with a full-color LCD screen that can be taken anywhere. It features two high-quality condenser microphones configured in an X/Y pattern, records to an SD or SDHC card and also allows direct transfer of recorded audio via USB 2.0 to a computer or recording software for editing and mixing. The HDR7 offers the choice to record as an MP3 or AAC from 64kb/s to 320kb/s as well as a WAV or AIFF up to 96kHz/24-bit. An ac adaptor, USB cable, 1GB SD memory card, and four AA batteries are included with this unit.
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