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  • The H4 Pocket-Size Audio Recorder is an amazing piece of equipment that does much more than just record your own voice
  • I love taking mine out to record live shows

    • by Joshua
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      Have you ever seen a mini recording studio? Well, you will now. The H4 Pocket-Size Audio Recorder is an amazing piece of equipment that does much more than just record your own voice. It’s literally like having your own recording studio.

      This portable field recorder does everything its competitors do, but a whole lot more. You can stick to recording from the two built-in studio quality condenser microphones, or you can plug in external mics or


      electric guitars. Record directly .wav or .mp3 format, or to your computers hard drive with the USB cable.

      I love taking mine out to record live shows. The sound quality it literally amazing. Or letting it record my friends when they start to drink too much, then letting them hear it the next day. My point is, it’s just as fun as it is functional, and that’s saying something!

      The quality is truly awesome, no chipmunk sounding ...


      • voices. And it fits in the palm of your hand. It’s no larger than one of those old tape recorders you see the in the movies, used to catch bribes and whatnot.

        Mobile Field Recording features: Records 24-bit/96 kHz digital audio and MP3 formatting with bitrates up to 320kbps, Two studio quality X/Y pattern condenser microphones, Two combination XLR-1/4-inch input jacks with phantom power, Onboard studio effects compression, 1/8 headphone jack for monitoring and an

        included 128MB secure digital (SD) card.

        You can get up to 34 hours of recording in MP3 stereo mode and 4 hours of continuous recording from 2 AA batteries. Use it as your studio mic with the included tripod adapter. Also included, AC adapter, windshield cover and USB cable.

        In at $300, it’s worth every penny. You can record anything, anywhere, and it will sound just as good (maybe even better) as when you first heard it.




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