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The DR-40’s four-track recording mode gives you several options to record, indicated by LEDs on the front of the unit. The 4-channel recording modes include:
You can record up to four channels of 96kHz/24-bit audio. Mono and stereo recording is also available. Recording formats include MP3 (from 32 to 320kbps), WAV and Broadcast WAV formats.
Dual Recording records a second copy of your performance up to -12dB lower as a safety track. This mean if your recording gets accidentally distorted, you'll have a backup copy that isn't distorted. Dual Recording works in addition to the peak limiting and low cut filter features which also prevent distortion.
The Dual Recording mode is perfect for recording your band live. Just set the unit to record and hit the stage without worrying about the recording getting blown out.
The DR-40 has a set of Neutrik® locking combination XLR & 1/4" inputs. These external inputs can accept balanced microphone or line inputs. The microphone preamp includes phantom power and plenty of gain for detailed recordings with condenser microphones.
The DR-40 is one of the only handheld recorders with a balanced line input, for recording the output of a console or other pro audio source. In 4-channel recording mode, you can record the output of a live console while capturing the sound of the room with the built-in microphones.
Attached to the DR-40 are a pair of cardioid condenser microphones. The stereo microphones can be arranged in an XY recording pattern for tight stereo imaging or in an AB pattern for a more ambient recording.
When flipping the microphone orientation, the left and right channels automatically flip for correct stereo placement.
Like most TASCAM handheld recorders, the DR-40 includes playback modes to loop a section of playback or slow it down without changing the pitch, perfect for learning new music. A built-in speaker is included for checking recording without headphones. The Level Align feature smooths out level jumps during playback to help you monitor your raw, unmastered recordings.
A stereo reverb effect is available during playback or recording. Another handy additions include a chromatic tuner and tripod mount.
What is in the Box:
2GB SD Card
Mini USB Cable
Three AA batteries (alkaline batteries or NiMH batteries)
1 year limited warranty
style: Handheld Recorder
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I should have known that this device has been out for a while. It doesn't have the "best" battery life.Published 5 days ago by Jusitn A. Kulovsek
Great companion to a DSLR for videographers. For live events, you can record a line out from the PA system while also recording ambient sound through the bult-in mics. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Joshua Kastorf
I purchased this for business, but as a prior sound engineer and hobby musician I thought maybe I should purchase something I could use in that realm as well. Read morePublished 7 days ago by RR
I tried this and loved it...mikes worked well, many well designed features and real XLR inputs with Phantom power.. Read morePublished 15 days ago by C. Petra
Great portable recorder. We use this portable recorder with a less expensive mic bundle purchased on Amazon ($99) and the resulting product is remarkable. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Raul Rubalcava
All and more any operating tech would ever need.
CT Virginia Beach
what an awesome recorder. this thing packs such a punch. it records very well and clear, all the features are easy to use and work well. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Kyle