Zoom Announce Their Smallest Stereo Recorder

The H1 Handy Recorder will be in stores soon      03/06/10
Zoom Announce Their Smallest Stereo Recorder


Here's what Zoom have to say...
It's our smallest recorder ever. But don't let its size fool you. The H1 Handy Recorder has our renowned recording technology and studio-quality microphones in our easiest, most portable device ever.
Now Zoom recording technology is available to everyone. And with an infinite variety of applications, you'll want to take your H1 everywhere. From musical performances, songwriting sessions and rehearsals to seminars, conferences, journalism or capturing audio for video, the H1 gives you clean, clear stereo sound effortlessly.
Features:
  • Stereo X/Y mic configuration captures perfect stereo images
  • Same frequency and SPL handling as popular Zoom H2
  • Records Broadcast WAV (BWF) at 96kHz/48kHz/44.1kHz at 16-bit or 24-bit
  • Records MP3 from 48 to 320kbps for maximum recording time
  • Hi-Speed USB 2.0 port
  • Built-in reference speaker
  • Includes 2GB microSD card and one AA battery
  • One AA size battery allows 10 hours operation
  • Accommodates up to 32GB microSDHC memory cards
  • Track marker function
  • Low cut filter
  • Built-in tripod mount
  • 1/8" external mic input
  • Stereo 1/8" line output
  • Auto record level
  • Optional accessory package (APH-1) includes windscreen, AC adapter (USB type), USB cable, adjustable tripod stand, padded-shell case and mic clip adapter
Pricing and Availability:
$99 USD. Available in stores July 30th.
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1 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
Brian from USA    Said...

$99!!! That should really shake up the market.

Two years ago I paid about $350 for a Yamaha Pocketrak 2G because it was the first really pocket sized recorder. Last week Guitar Center in the USA was blowing them out for $80.

04-Jun-10 08:52 AM


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