Tascam DR-40X Versatile Four Track Audio Recorder

Rp4.863.000 Rp3.599.000

Portable recorder for musicians, DSLR filmakers, podcasting, and field recording
Dual condenser microphones for A/B or XY stereo recording
XLR/TRS combo inputs (with phantom power) for your own mics or instruments
Record up to 4 channels simultaneously
2-in/2-out USB audio interface for Mac and PC
MS Decoding for Mid-side recording techniques
Compatible with RC-3F foot switch and RC-10 wired remote (sold separately)
Dictation mode and Auto Recording mode simplify certain recording tasks
One-touch user interface with Quick Menu button for most functions
Up to 17.5 hours of operation from 2 x AA batteries
Supports high-capacity microSDXC card media for hours of recording time

Dual Neutrik® XLR/TRS combo jacks support both mic-level and +4dBu line-level. These inputs can accept balanced microphone or line level from Mixers or the FOH console. The microphone preamp includes +48V phantom power and plenty of gain for detailed recordings with condenser microphones, as well as electret type microphones. Using the stereo built-in microphones, you can capture ambient sound of the audience while recording direct from an external console, which is ideal for capturing live performances.

DR-40X allows high-quality recording with its stereo built-in condenser microphones. Every detail is captured from small whispers to loud sounds up to 125dB SPL. These built-in microphones are adjustable unidirectional microphones for recording in an X-Y pattern for tight stereo imaging, or in an A-B pattern for a more ambient recording.

DR-07X is equipped with adjustable unidirectional microphones that can be used for recording in both the A-B position and X-Y position. Advanced microphone placing allows for a wide stereo sound recording or a clear stereo sound recording with less phase difference, making it possible to achieve professional quality recordings.

Weight 0.5 kg
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