M-Audio Microtrack II Digital MP3/WAV Recorder
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  • The M-Audio Microtrack II is, in my opinion, one of the best values on the digital recorder market today
  • What I like about this recorder is that it possesses features of much more expensive models at the price of more lackadaisical brands
  • You can get amazing CD-quality recordings with its high settings and some good mics, which no recorder with a built-in mic can possibly hope to accomplish
  • I’ve heard it’s rare in the recorders with newer software, but mine was slightly older and thus had the skipping problem
  • If you’re looking for an affordable, portable, sturdy, quality digital recorder with knock-out sound, I highly recommend the M-Audio Microtrack II

    • by SarahElizabeth
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      The M-Audio Microtrack II is, in my opinion, one of the best values on the digital recorder market today. What I like about this recorder is that it possesses features of much more expensive models at the price of more lackadaisical brands.

      Take, for example, the 48V phantom power available to power two exterior mics.

      That’s rare in


      any other palm-sized model! The major difference, though, is the laser-sharp recording quality.

      You can get amazing CD-quality recordings with its high settings and some good mics, which no recorder with a built-in mic can possibly hope to accomplish.

      While the Microtrack II’s supplied mic is quite respectable, it’s easy to get other less-expensive mics that are ...


      • even better.

        An inexpensive stereo T-mic put out by Sony (ECM-DS70P) is really quite nice and fits in the 3.

        5mm jack perfectly.

        The only glitch I’ve experienced with the Microtrack II is that some models will occasionally skip while recording in MP3 format; I’ve heard it’s rare in the recorders with newer software, but mine was slightly older

        and thus had the skipping problem.

        Thankfully, the problem was easily remedied.

        There are absolutely no skipping problems when recording in WAV format, so now I just record in WAV and convert the file to MP3 during postprocessing.

        If you’re looking for an affordable, portable, sturdy, quality digital recorder with knock-out sound, I highly recommend the M-Audio Microtrack II.




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