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iZ Technology Corporation Radar 6
With Radar 6's new storage architecture, recording and moving files is fast and easy. You can record 24 tracks at 192kHz to a 64 or 128GB SD card and plug it directly into a laptop for use with a DAW, record and/or copy and deliver tracks in seconds on a USB 3.0 thumb drive, or record directly to Radar's high-speed solid-state drives. Features include: Classic 96 and Ultra Nyquist converters and Adrenaline DR technology; direct SATA recording for over 2x faster cueing editing and data transfers; 40 percent shorter and 14 pounds lighter than Radar V; full front panel controls; comprehensive editing; and control room ready.
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