Audio Gear Spotlight: Zoom H4n HD Audio Recorder

2 Setreo mic able to record a 90 degree or 120 degree stereo field.

I just picked up a Zoom H4n yesterday and I am very impressed with this powerful little gadget. Up to 12 hours of continuous audio recording, 2 XLR / 1/4 inch line ins, and 2 high quality stereo mics offer the perfect solution for any recording situation. Our company often gets asked to record speakers, conferences, panels, and other audio presentations for transcription. Now we can provide high quality recording without needing a sound guy. All you do is set it up, plug it in, point at your source, and press record!

The Zoom H4n HD audio recorder and interface
Did I mention it comes with a nifty case?

High Quality – Low Price

As an audio guy, I know what its like to have GAS (Gear Acquisition Syndrome). GAS is embarrassing, instead of buying necessary life related items, I am buying VSTs, hardware, and other audio components no normal human being might need. Fortunately for me, the price of the Zoom H4n is well within my budget. For the quality offered, I have never seen anything that comes close.

2 Setreo mic able to record a 90 degree or 120 degree stereo field.
2 high quality microphones for recording 90 or 120 degree stereo fields.

Professional and Consumer Applications

Yes, this gadget may come in handy for our transcription company for the purpose of recording audio in the live setting, but this little gizmo offers so much more! You can set it to function as an audio interface, capturing live audio and imputing it directly into your computer. Furthermore the 2 high resolution stereo microphones placed in a unique V cross formation allow you to record an accurate stereo field no matter what your position. The next time I go to a good concert I will be sure to have this baby with me  to soak up the good sounds and save them for later.

 

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