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This pocket-sized audio recorder features a sleek, convenient design that fits comfortably in the palm of a hand. Intuitive control buttons and menu commands allow even novice users to record professional-quality audio. Capable of recording 24-bit/96kHz audio for up to 12 hours, the device operates on just two AA batteries and requires no external gear. It is also made of lightweight aluminum, providing a durable, yet light recording device, weighing only 5.8oz, including batteries. A powerful built-in stereo speaker is capable of capturing high-quality audio in PCM, WAV and MP3 formats. It also offers 2GB of built-in memory with a SD/SDHC card slot for expanded capacity.
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