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Dope Portable Field Recorder
The amps and condenser mics in this thing are very powerful for how small it is. It has a pair of mics that you can move from left to right to control the stereo image you want to capture. You can also run up to 2 1/4 inch lines into it to record from external mics. I've used the line input to record vinyl samples off of other people's record players at their houses. I've also recorded in some electric guitar (the guitarist can wear headphones and monitor in real-time). I use a lot of field recordings in my music so this is an essential tool for me. It's light, portable, has a hi-fi sound and it's easy to use.
Very good for the price
I'm not entirely sure how this stacks up against a similarly priced Zoom competitor, but I will have to say that the recordings from this are very nice. It's just a little bit more time consuming transferring the recordings of porn from my speakers onto my phone , rather than recording it directly onto my phone, but hey better audio quality. My only gripe is that the video sucks.
Wonderful linear PCM digital recorder for stage and live studio recordings is fantastic.
What I love about the Tascam line of recorders is they've been in business a long time and have been one of the most trusted and praised brands in the field. I have configured my settings to record in 24 bit / 96 kHz BWAV (broadcast wav) stereo format and look forward to using this in my studio and when I record my Str8 Sounds performances and other bands on stage.
When I have used this device for a few sessions, I'll update this review with more information.
I got the Tascam DR-40E Version 2 Special Edition at Guitar Center for just $179 (list price $289), which includes a 2 GB SC card, 4 GB SD card, batteries, and USB cord.