Tascam DR-03 Digital Recorder Costs $100, Is About The Size Of A Candy BarSep 18th, 2010 | By James Lewin | Category: Audio Podcasting, Podcasting, Podcasting Hardware
Tascam has introduced a new portable digital audio recorder, the DR-03, that’s costs about $100 and is about the size of a candy bar.
The battery- or USB-powered DR-03 records to microSD media and comes with its own 2 GB card.
- Stereo condenser microphone design
- Up to 24-bit, 48 kHz WAV recording or MP3 recording modes
- Records to microSD media
- Auto-recording function starts when input exceeds a reference level
- Limiter, low-cut filter, and auto gain control for input
- Variable Speed Audition changes the playback speed without changing the pitch
- Loop playback mode
- USB 2.0 connection for file transfer
- 1/8″ stereo microphone / line input
- 1/8″ stereo headphone output
- 96 x 96 backlit LCD display
- Powered by two AAA batteries or USB bus power
- Built-in speaker
- Built-in desktop stand
- Includes a 2 GB microSD card and AAA batteries
The DR-03 is available now with a retail price of about $100.