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Record stereo or four-capsule omni audio directly to an SD card with the pocket-sized PalmTrack. Just insert the included batteries and SD card and press record. Monitor while recording with headphones and watch the real-time level meters, or just switch on auto mic gain. Check out recordings on the PalmTrack's built-in speaker, using headphones, connecting the PalmTrack to a Mac or PC with its mini USB jack, or by removing the SD card and inserting it into a computer's SD card slot or reader. Choose between 44.1 and 48kHz sample rates, select an MP3 bit rate from 64 to 320kbps for maximum recording time, or choose uncompressed 16 or 24-bit WAV for broadcast-quality recording.
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