Tascam DR-05X Portable Digital Recorder
The Tascam DR-05X Portable Digital Recorder is the latest generation of professional handheld recorders that is the successor to Tascam's popular DR-05 recorder.
The DR-05X features a pair of high-quality omnidirectional stereo microphones that can be used to capture audio for voice recordings, dictations, meetings, and music recording applications.
The DR-05X boasts a totally revamped user interface, making it easy to access recording, adjust levels, delete takes, add markers, and use other common functions with just the click of a thumb. Multi-language menus in English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Russian, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, and Portuguese are included.
Furthermore, Tascam's decades of expertise and innovation in computer-based recording incorporates a studio-quality 2-in/2-out USB audio interface making it a great fit for podcasting, digital audio workstations, and more. Other features include a bright-white backlit display that is easy to see in sunlight as well as dictation mode, which enables the user to jump back audio playback, including speed control and EQ.
Finally, an overwrite mode allows users to select a precise record drop-in time for replacement recordings with one level of undo. The audio record function can be set to begin recording when a sound is detected. The DR-05X Stereo Handheld Digital-Audio Recorder with USB Audio Interface builds on the legacy of Tascam's handheld digital recorders.
Tascam DR-05X Portable Digital Recorder Features
- For Voice, Music, and Lecture Recording
- Stereo Omnidirectional Condenser Mics
- 2-In/2-Out USB Audio Interface
- Overwrite Function for Punch-Ins
- Dictation Mode with Speed Control and EQ
- Multi-Language Menus
- Auto-Recording Function
- One-Touch User Interface
- 17.5 Hours with Standard AA Batteries
- High-Capacity microSDXC Card Capacity
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I've been very pleased with the Tascam DR-05 I bought. I'm still working with some of it's features, but so far I've done about four hours of recording and it has done more than I'd hoped.