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Denon Electronics DN-F20R: This portable, flash field recorder accepts up to 192MB CF media. Features include a selectable sampling rate of 24kHz or 48kHz, a selectable bit rate of 16kbps to 128kbps (MPEG) and two memory-card slots. The unit supports MPEG-1, MPEG-2 and linear PCM (.WAV). Capabilites include stereo or mono recording, seamless continuous recording or playback from drive to drive and duplication of media from drive to drive. The DN-F20R can make two master recordings at once. Up to 9,990 tracks are possible within 10 subfolders. Additional features include a bulit-in monitor speaker, stereo XLR mic inputs, a mic limiter, level attenuator, low-cut filter switches, RCA inputs and outputs and a headphone jack with volume control.
973-396-0810; fax 973-396-7459; www.del.denon.com;
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