Edison, NJ (August 13, 2010)--iKey Audio has released a new portable digital recorder, the HDR7.
The palm-sized recorder is designed for use creating recordings on the spot of live performances, band rehearsals, interviews, podcasts, meetings, class lectures, seminars, sound effects, field recordings and so forth.
The unit provides digital recording of anything from MP3s (in three different bit rates) to WAV files (up to 24-bit/96kHz); on-board condenser mics in X/Y configuration; a SD/SDHC slot that will accept up to a 32GB card; Mic Sensitivity switch (L/H); Adjustable record level with VU meter; mic and line input jacks; headphone and line out jack; Auto-Compression/ Limiter/AGC (Auto Gain Control); a USB port to connect the unit to a PC to transfer and edit files; and AA battery or AC operation.
The HDR7 has a full-color LCD screen; direct recording to USB Thumb Drive; recording of AIFF and AAC files; on-board conversion of existing files to other formats; an input gain switch with three levels; Auto-Record and Auto-Track Mark functions; mark or file timer mode with user adjustable times; date and time settings; noise gate function; five-second pre-record buffer; and a built-in guitar or chromatic tuner.
Accessories include a Tripod Stand, AC Adaptor, Wind Screen, 4 x AA batteries, Cloth Carrying Case, USB Cable, and SD Card (1 GB).