Portable Stereo Recorder Updated

EDIROL release a software update for the R-09HR field recorder      14/08/08

Portable Stereo Recorder Updated

EDIROL tell us that a new software update (v1.04) for the R-09HR field recorder improves the Signal to Noise ratio for 88.2kHz and 96kHz recording/playback, and also provides support for SDHC cards up to 32GB.
More about the EDIROL R-09HR The EDIROL R-09HR field recorder is the complete recording package and the follow up to the hugely successful R-09 (which has sold a staggering 100,000 units). The R-09HR features a host of features plus an amazing performance that offers recording up to 24-bit/96kHz, a low noise floor, and a great battery life. The unit also features quality microphones for superior recording quality plus a large OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) display with an ultra-wide wide viewing angle.
Usefully the unit also has a small speaker fitted to the back to enable personal monitoring of what you have recorded, so headphones are no longer required for monitoring purposes. The design of the R-09HR has also been improved with a rubber-coated body for extra grip, improved battery housing, wireless control and a separate desktop stand.
Key Features of the R-09HR
  • Superior sound quality – up to 24-bit/96kHz with lower noise
  • New, high quality microphones
  • Ultra wide view-ability on large OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) display
  • Preview monitor (small speaker) on the rear panel
  • Improved design with firm battery housing and rubber-coated body for better grip
  • 32GB card compatibility and manual file split
  • Wireless Remote Controller included
  • Small desktop stand included
  • Cakewalk Pyro Audio Creator LE software included – the ideal software for WAV/MP3 editing
  • Wide variety of optional accessories provided at launch .
Pricing and Availability:
The EDIROL R-09HR costs £259 (359 Euros) More information:

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