Linear PCM recorder
Featuring a three-microphone Tresmic system designed to capture low frequency sound for premium recordings, the DM-620 also offers voice guidance for users with assistive needs as well as auto-leveling, scene select, noise cancelation, zoom microphone and low-cut filter. This compact, lightweight recorder features a sleek metal body with uncompressed 16-bit/48kHz linear PCM recording format. The Tresmic systems employs two condenser stereo mics and a center omni-directional mic capable of capturing lower bass ranges down to 20Hz.
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