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Subject: pocket recorders able to work as a sound board connected to a PC
From: "Gianni Pavan" gpavan1960
Date: Sat Dec 7, 2013 5:52 am ((PST))
dear all, I'm searching for a pocket recorder able to work as a computer
sound interface when connected to a PC. The only two I know with this
feature are the Zoom H2N, a nice recorder but not quiet as I would for
nature recordings, and the Roland R26, that appears much more attractive as
it includes XLR-P48 mic inputs.

I would ask if you know other recorders with audio interface capabilities
and, to those have experience with the R26, which are your opinions about


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