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Re: Recording equipment for student

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Subject: Re: Recording equipment for student
From: Ryuji Suzuki <>
Date: Thu, 29 Jun 2006 14:39:43 EDT
Gianni Pavan <> wrote:
> > Edirol R1 is limited to 44.1 kHz sampling;

R-1 is discontinued, and most stores seem to run out of R-09... until
they get next shipment.

> > Other cheap solid state recorders go up to 96 kHz sampling, but the
> > frequency response in the upper range must be verified. MAudio
> > MT2496 is okay for frequency range but a bit noisy.

Do you or anyone know the playback response of Micro Track 24/96 is?
(Say, generate a square pulse of 20 microsec duration and save it in
MATLAB at fs=96 kHz, play it with MT2496, and see the response of the
playback analog filter with a digital storage scope or something.)

Ryuji (Riuyi)

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