Tascam's new DR-X series of popular handheld recorders comes with dramatic feature enhancements and expanded capabilities that allow you to record in the harshest conditions. The recorders are ideal for musicians, reporters and journalists who require compact size and studio quality audio recording. When you first turn on the device, you will immediately notice the blue backlighting of the display, which, compared to the orange backlighting of the previous series, has great visibility even in direct sunlight.
At the heart of the Tascam DR-05X are two fixed condenser microphones in an A/B
configuration with spherical directional characteristics. User-intuitive controls allow you to quickly set up your audio recording. You can check everything on the clear blue backlit display. The recorder also features a 3.5mm jack input for an external microphone, headphone output and built-in speaker for maximum control during recording. Connect to your PC via the microUSB output. The pocket recorder is powered by two AA batteries with a battery life of over 17 hours, or you can purchase the PS-P520E adapter and power the device directly from the mains.
Capture your recording in 96 kHz/24 bit stereo quality in WAV or MP3 format and then store it on a microSD card with up to 128 GB of memory. The recorder features automatic low-frequency clipping (40/80/120 Hz), fast playback, equalizer or chromatic tuner, and other features found in the multilingual menu. Adverse noises and noise are then removed by the automatic level modes (Limiter, Peak Reduction, Auto Level) or you can use the Level Align
function to remove volume nuances. You'll also appreciate the six reverb effects for the Input/Output signal and the ability to record two independent tracks using the Overdub
function, which will be especially pleasing for musicians who record a backing track in one track and then record their solo into it.
The recorder is suitable for live streaming, podcasting or as a DAW input.
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