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RDL (Radio Design Labs) FP-MR2
The FP-MR2 records up to 1 min. 40 sec. of audio, and both the frequency response and the noise floor have been dramatically improved over the previous version. The Record Enable button replaces a dip-switch setting, simplifying re-recording messages. The Start button has been enlarged for easier operation. Audio connections are now made via detachable terminal blocks and the front-panel graphics have been redesigned to make the unit easier to use. The recording input is a standard -10dBV consumer level unbalanced phono jack. An input level trimmer is provided to set the correct recording level, which is indicated on a dual-LED meter
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