This 24-bit/96kHz audio recorder has a built-in stereo mic, but it can also record from the external input. It records directly to an SD card with a battery life of more than 30 hours continuous playback, and 16 hours continuous recording time. It includes onboard editing functions, built-in reverb, auto record start, auto song split, auto level adjust and a pre record function. The recorder includes a windscreen and tripod mount. Files can be transferred via the USB 2.0 port. It records in WAV and MP3 formats. The unit operates on two AA batteries.
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