TASCAM’s DR-05 brings high-quality stereo recording to an easy-to-use portable powerhouse with a size and price that anyone can handle. The DR-05 records in MP3 or WAV format – including 96kHz/24-bit high-resolution audio – to microSD or microSDHC media. A pair of all-new microphones handles up to 125dB SPL with the sensitivity to capture every detail. With new recording features like Peak Reduction and Quick Menu, the DR-05 puts album-quality recording in the palm of your hand. Premium-quality Sound Everything about the DR-05 is designed to get the best quality recordings of your music. A new pair of built-in microphones withstands up to 125dB SPL – the volume of a jet plane from 200 feet away – yet still have the sensitivity to capture every detail of a performance. You can add your own microphone or line-level source through the 1/8” stereo input, including plug-in power for microphones that need it. Simple to Operate The layout of the DR-05 has been revamped to be quick and easy to work with one thumb. Operations like recording, adjusting levels, deleting bad takes and adding markers are just a button press away. Dig deeper to find features like limiting, low cut filtering, a built-in chromatic tuner and more. Classic TASCAM features are included, like Variable Speed Audition to loop and slow down music without changing the pitch – perfect for transcribing or learning new music. A Level Align function can be switched on for playback, to smooth out any sudden volume jumps, and a built-in speaker is also provided. The two AA batteries are enough to power the recorder for 17 1/2 hours, even while recording at CD quality. For musicians and recordists at any stage of their career, there’s no easier way to get great-sounding recordings than TASCAM’s DR-05.
Built-in omni-directional microphones
Stereo mini headphone jack for external stereo microphones (provides plug-in power) / External line input
Tempo change (VSA) function for adjusting the speed from 0.5 to 1.5 times (in 0.1 increments)
Chromatic tuner, Powered by 2 AA batteries, USB power or optional AC adapter (Tascam PS-P515U), MicroSD 4GB card included
The DR-40’s four-track recording mode gives you several options to record, indicated by LEDs on the front of the unit. The 4-channel recording modes include: DUAL – Record a stereo signal with a copy of that stereo signal at a lower level. This gives you a safety track you can use in case the main recording is distorted. (See next section for more info) 4CH – Record the built-in microphones along with a pair of external mics, like close-up and ambient microphones. Or record the built-in mics along with a balanced line input, such as the feed from a mixer along with the sound in the room. OVERDUB – Play along with a recording you’ve already made to build up a full production or song demo You can record up to four channels of 96kHz/24-bit audio. Mono and stereo recording is also available. Recording formats include MP3 (from 32 to 320kbps), WAV and Broadcast WAV formats. Dual Recording Mode Dual Recording records a second copy of your performance up to -12dB lower as a safety track. This mean if your recording gets accidentally distorted, you'll have a backup copy that isn't distorted. Dual Recording works in addition to the peak limiting and low cut filter features which also prevent distortion. The Dual Recording mode is perfect for recording your band live. Just set the unit to record and hit the stage without worrying about the recording getting blown out. Locking XLR Inputs The DR-40 has a set of Neutrik® locking combination XLR & 1/4" inputs. These external inputs can accept balanced microphone or line inputs. The microphone preamp includes phantom power and plenty of gain for detailed recordings with condenser microphones. The DR-40 is one of the only handheld recorders with a balanced line input, for recording the output of a console or other pro audio source. In 4-channel recording mode, you can record the output of a live console while capturing the sound of the room with the built-in microphones. Adjustable Condenser Microphones Attached to the DR-40 are a pair of cardioid condenser microphones. The stereo microphones can be arranged in an XY recording pattern for tight stereo imaging or in an AB pattern for a more ambient recording. When flipping the microphone orientation, the left and right channels automatically flip for correct stereo placement. Useful Playback Features Like most TASCAM handheld recorders, the DR-40 includes playback modes to loop a section of playback or slow it down without changing the pitch, perfect for learning new music. A built-in speaker is included for checking recording without headphones. The Level Align feature smooths out level jumps during playback to help you monitor your raw, unmastered recordings. A stereo reverb effect is available during playback or recording. Another handy additions include a chromatic tuner and tripod mount. Full Feature List Handheld 4-track Portable Recorder Built-in condenser microphones, adjustable to XY or AB position XLR / 1/4” mic/line input with p...
It's Zooms smallest recorder ever. But don't let its size fool you. The H1 Handy Recorder has Zooms renowned recording technology and studio-quality microphones in Zooms 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. Like all Zoom recorders, the H1's onboard microphones are configured in an X/Y pattern, for stunning stereo imaging. Because both mics are arranged on the same axis, they are equidistant from the sound source for perfect localization and no phase shifting. The result is great stereo recordings with natural depth and accurate imaging.
The Remo Kids Tubano Drum is a newly-designed, modern version of the traditional Afro-Cuban Conga drum. Although it can be played using the same techniques and patterns as the Conga drum, the 10 inch diameter of the Kids Tubano (too-bah-no) is slightly larger in size than the Kids Konga. It also has two other major differences. First, inside the Tubano is a special sound chamber that amplifies the low tones of the drum. Second, the Tubano features unique cut-outs at the bottom of the drum which allow more of the sound to escape while also making the drum more stable when played on the floor.
Remo's 100 Series Tubano is tunable with a standard drum key for flexibility and fitted with Nuskyn Type 2 Mondo all-weather drumheads for durability authentic feel. A wide-set design offers comfortable play and authentic sound without requiring tipping.
Cover/Stand for the R-09 The OP-R09C package includes a small tripod plus a protective cover for the R-09. The cover has cut-outs for accessing the buttons, plus a belt clip, and a screw hole for attachment to the tripod base. Feature List Protects the R-09 from accidental damage Provides the R-09 with a stable and protected recording platform Belt clip for hand-free recording when using external mic Retractable tripod can double as a hand grip The tripod feet are height adjustable. The following OP-R09C optional accessories are available: