Boss BR-80 Micro BR SD Recorder Bundle With Power Supply and Cables
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- Specially Priced Package includes Boss BR-80 as packaged by Boss, PLUS:
- (1) AC Adaptor power supply to power up the BR-80 and (1) 8GB SD Card to store your recordings
- (1) 10 ft. 1/4 in. TS Instrument cable to plug in a bass or guitar
- (1) 6 ft. 1/8 in. stereo cable to connect an external device to the BR-80, and (1) 6 ft. 1/8 in. to RCA stereo cable to connect the BR-80 to an external pair of speakers.
- Sonic Sense One-Year Extended Warranty Adds One Year to Manufacturer's Warranty.
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Get all the cables you need for this custom built bundle for the Boss BR-80 Portable Studio, which also includes: (1) AC Adaptor power supply to power up the BR-80, (1) 8GB SD Card to store your recordings, (1) 10 ft. 1/4 in. TS Instrument cable to plug in a bass or guitar, (1) 6 ft. 1/8 in. stereo cable to connect an external device to the BR-80, and (1) 6 ft. 1/8 in. to RCA stereo cable to connect the BR-80 to an external pair of speakers.
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Cons: I heard mention elsewhere dial could use rubber grip (takes a few go arounds sometimes) but very minor. One of the largest setbacks is MTR mode (Multi-Track Recording) does not provide ability to master to MP3 like original Micro BR. Easy enough to convert files from .wav to .mp3 on the computer however, so not that big of a deal. Free software such as Audacity, does a very good job producing MP3's of a decent quality. MOST MAJOR FLAW I HAVE NOTICED SO FAR: AFTER MASTERING MAKE SURE TO TURN OFF UNIT IN "MTR MODE" AND POWER BACK ON. IF NOT, AND YOU SWITCH TO E-BAND MODE, OR PLUG IN USB, YOUR SETTINGS (pan, volume, eq, reverb, etc.) CAN RESET TO NORMALIZED POSITION. By turning off and powering on, the unit loads the song back into memory the way you had arranged it. Took me copying songs with every mastering to ensure my settings were intact, until I figured this out. Haven't noticed any other issues as of current. Not getting the annoying "write errors" that could be a problem with original Micro BR.
All in all I am very pleased with this device. Users of the original Micro BR should not be that out of step. People looking for a recording device that is portable and usable from start to finish, where quality is important, look no further. THIS IS THE ONE TO BUY... with the added bundle, (sd card, cables, and AC adaptor) this is definitely the best buy I have found on the internet.
Great product all in all!
I wanted to leave a quick note for anyone who has bought this.....it works awesome
but something that I couldn't find the answer for was how to disable the built in mics
when recording with the line in jack....it's easy actually.....turn down the input level
all the way and adjust the input level on whatever you're running into that jack. As far
as the guitar / mic jack, that automatically disables the mics when you plug in.
I like being able to use the built in mics when running a keyboard into the line in jack....
I was surprised to find that this records better than when I sample with my
Yamaha Motif ES. I have read reviews where people say this isn't pro and I strongly
disagree......there is absolutely no noise, even when I record from analog sources. I'm
amazed at the sound quality, especially considering the size of this thing !!!
Also, this has 64 tracks though you can only play 8 at once. Each of the eight tracks has
eight virtual tracks but you can only use one at once.....this is nice for multiple takes or
whatever.....multiple takes lets the song sound fresh and not like a carbon copy of previous
The load and save times are really fast....with my Motif ES, loading and saving samples is
painfully slow, sometimes taking 10 minutes or more each time.....that totally kills workflow
and you forget your musical ideas, but if you don't save your work every 5 minutes or so, if
there would ever be a hiccup in the electricity, you lose everything you have done since your
For the Boss I would buy the high speed cards to make everything work better.
One other thing, Boss equipment seems to really stand the test of time.....some other new
multi-tracks are known to fry without warning for no reason from time to time (I have read
the reviews for sooooooo many). Roland also has free phone support for 4 hours on mondays,
wednesdays & fridays to walk you through anything you need help with, even if it's out of
warranty and you bought it used. Korg won't help you if your equipment is out of warranty.
Yamaha has really good phone help with problems as well.....they usually have to call you back
I hope this helps !!!!