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Tascam-dr-07.33379229
9.1 out of 10

Tascam DR-07

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Specifications

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manufacturer_description
TASCAM's DR-07 brings portable digital recording to an even smaller, more affordable package. A pair of highly-sensitive built in mics captures a wide stereo image, recording in either MP3 or 16/24-bit WAV format. The DR-07 is powered by AA batteries and it transfers files to a computer using a high-speed USB 2.0 connection. The versatile recorder even includes a windscreen, tripod stand mount and 2GB SD card to start recording right away. Musicians will appreciate the playback functions of the DR-07, including the ability to loop MP3s and slow them down without changing the pitch. External microphones and sources can be recorded through the mic/line input, and the recorder offers analog limiting, low cut and auto gain setting for great-sounding audio. But for great-sounding recordings, the compact DR-07 is all you need. Now available for the DR-07, the new WS-DR2 windscreen is perfect for outdoor recording with the built-in microphones. It improves on the included windscreen by using artificial fur to block out even the strongest wind gusts. Also check out the compact DR-08 , which features 96kHz recording and adjustable microphones. Read more
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3.5mm Stereo Line Input and Output
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Built-in Stereo Electret Condenser Microphone
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Records to SD or SD-HC Card Media
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2GB SD Card Included
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USB 2.0 Jack for Transferring Files
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3.5mm Stereo Mic Input
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Portable Digital Recorder
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Switchable Low Cut Filter, Analog Limiter and Auto Gain Setting on Input
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Writes WAV files at 44.1 or 48kHz, 16 or 24-bit
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MP3 File Recording from 32kbps to 320 kbps
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Variable-Speed Audition Function Slows Down Music Without Changing the Pitch
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Powered by Two AA Batteries (included) or Optional PS-P520 Power Adapter
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Dimensions: 2.2" W x 5.3" L x 1.1" H
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Weight: 4.4 oz (with batteries)
Release Date
First seen
28 April 2009