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The PAW-V recorder has built-in, high-quality, directional XY stereo microphones that fit various recording conditions with a 20Hz to 40kHz frequency response. Various record settings (sampling rate, bit-rate and algorithm) can be stored and recalled to simplify operation in various settings. The unit can record in linear PCM, MP2 and MP3 formats. A pre-record buffer can capture up to 3 seconds of audio before recording is engaged. The unit accepts SD cards up to 32GB forextended recording times. Basic on-board editing can also be done. It includes a built-in speaker for playback.
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