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Eight-track pro field recorder
This high-quality eight-track field recorder has eight microphone preamps with standard XLR inputs to record up to 96kHz/24-bit audio with timecode. Dual compact flash slots provide recording with backup and no moving parts for rugged reliability. A stereo mix can be recorded in addition to the eight individual channels, for a total of 10-channel capture. The recorder is housed in an aluminum chassis with a TFT color touchscreen.
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