Re: Nagra Handheld
Thu Nov 2, 2006 3:50 pm (PST)
"Roger Norwood" wrote:
> Just saw a ARES-PII+ Handheld Solid-State Recorder...
Here's the web page
The Nagra Ares PII+ is a great 24/96 recorder, but it's
price is in the stratosphere. Expect to pay about
$2400 USD without any mic capsules or Compactflash
memory cards. Dan Dugan is a Nagra dealer; he could
provide an accurate quote.
In this price range, the Sound Devices 722 is generally
preferred. The ARES-PII+ might be useful if you place a
high value on smaller size and reduced weight.
Despite its smaller size and weight, the ARES-PII+ has
a very rugged construction. I bet you could use it to
drive nails without any damage.
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