Tascam DR-07 Portable Digital Recorder Review
What's smaller than its previous incarnation and has a lower dollar value? We’re not talking about your paycheck, pal—we’re referring to Tascam’s new DR-07 handheld digital recorder. Based on the company’s bestselling DR-1 digital recorder, the DR- 07 records to SD or SDHC card media and comes with a 2GB SD card to get you started. A stereo pair of electret condenser microphones captures your performances as 24-bit WAV or MP3 files, which can then be transferred to computer using the DR-07’s highspeed USB 2.0 connector. And because it runs on two AA batteries, the DR-07 can go anywhere you go.
All this power is complemented by great features, like 3.5mm stereo mic and line inputs, a 3.5mm output, a switchable low-cut filter, an analog limiter and auto gain setting on the inputs, a variable-speed function to slow playback without changing pitch, 44.1/48kHz and 16-/24-bit recording options and a mic-stand mounting hole. A windscreen, USB cable and batteries are included—no extra charge.
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