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RE: tapeless recorders

Subject: RE: tapeless recorders
From: thomas.f.norris <>
Date: Fri, 04 Feb 2005 15:02:22 -0800
 Does anyone have any first-hand experience with the Sound Devices
 Recorder (below)?  The specs on this unit impressed me the most, but I
 wonder how hardy it is in the field?  and also battery life?
 >From Gianni Pavan's original posting:
 >The Sound Devices 722 and 744
 >Appear to be state-of-the-art gear with recording capability up to
 >192 kHz sampling. The 744 records 4 channels, but only two of them
 >have mic preamplifiers with P48 power. Recording 4 mics require an
 >additional stereo mic pre, thus further increasing cost and size.
 Thomas Norris
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 Marine & Environmental Sciences Div.
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