Handheld Digital Recorder Breaks Size and Price Barriers
Montebello, CA (January 15, 2009): TASCAM has released the DR-07 Portable Digital Recorder, a handheld digital recorder priced under $200. Based on TASCAM's best-selling DR-1, the DR-07 records to SD or SDHC Card Media, and a 2GB SD card is included with the unit. A stereo pair of electret condenser microphones captures great-sounding performances as 24-bit WAV or MP3 files. The DR-07 is powered by AA batteries and files can be transferred to computer using a high-speed USB 2.0 connector. All of this recording power is contained in a compact, sturdy case that maintains the ease-of-use and reliability expected from TASCAM recorders.
"TASCAM has culled 30 years of recording experience into a lineup of the best portable recorders available anywhere," said Paul Jenkins, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for TASCAM. "From the affordable DR-07 and DR-1 through the professional DR-100 and HD-P2, only TASCAM has a selection of recorders that takes musicians through every stage of their career."
Musician-friendly functions of the DR-07 include the ability to loop and slow down playback without changing the pitch to learn new music. A mic stand mounting hole and included windscreen add recording flexibility. The DR-07 is now shipping with an estimated street price of $199.
TASCAM is the professional audio division of TEAC Corporation and produces the most comprehensive line of audio recorders, mixers and related equipment in the pro audio industry. TASCAM has offices in the US, UK, Canada, Germany, Japan, Mexico and Latin America. For additional information, contact:
TASCAM • 7733 Telegraph Road • Montebello, CA 90640 USA
(323) 726-0303 • www.tascam.com