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Lectrosonics Adds Recorders

Petite and handy PDR designed could have multiple missions

Lectrosonics, well-known for their wireless microphone systems, is branching out into the recording realm with the PDR — Personal Digital Recorder.

The PDR is a battery-powered (AAA) solid-state recorder that uses micro SDHC cards as its media. It records at 24-bit/48 kHz in a BWAV format. It can also utilize timecode (via five-pin Lemo connector).

The petite size of the PDR, less than 2.5 inches square and 2.5 ounces, is aimed at concealment for stage and film but could also be useful for its handiness and backup/emergency remote duties. The body is durable machined aluminum.

The input connector is a typical TA5M, popular with wireless mic systems and lavalier use. There is also a 1/8-inch headphone/line output. Price: $900