Samson Technologies Zoom H2n


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Samson Technologies Zoom H2n

Handy recorder

The H2n features Samson's best microphones yet and is the only portable recorder with five studio-quality microphones onboard. This design enables the H2n to offer four unique recording modes: Mid-side (MS) stereo, 90-degree X/Y stereo, two-channel and four-channel surround sound. With its newly designed user interface, 1.8" backlit LCD display for crystal-clear monitoring and built-in reference speaker that allows playback of recordings on the spot, the H2n is remarkably easy to use in any application. The H2n provides more than 20 hours of continuous operation on two standard AA alkaline batteries. In addition, the H2n features a new data recovery function and a high-speed USB 2.0 interface. The H2n can even be used as a USB microphone to record directly to a computer.
631-784-2200
info@samsontech.com
www.samsontech.com


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