Denon Ships SD/USB Recorder
     

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Aimed at duties from installation to broadcasting, the 1RU Denon DN-700R is a digital recorder that uses USB sticks and SD/SDHC cards as media. It is capable of operating in an IP network environment for remote and programmable operation. With 48 V phantom power and XLR analog inputs, it can also operate as a standard recorder.

In addition there are AES/EBU and S/PDIF digital inputs and outputs along with RCA and XLR analog inputs and outputs.

The DN-700R can also record to two different targets for redundancy and confidence copies. Formats are WAV or MP3, 24-bit/96 kHz.

Denon’s Product Manager software allows for operation of one unit or more across a network for logging duties.

D&M Professional Director of Marketing Karl Gustafson said, “Our new DN-700R was designed to be the simplest SD/USB audio recorder on the market by bridging the gap between traditional A/V sources and the world of information technology.”

Price: $1,099
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