Update On Belkin’s Hot GoStudio iPod Recorder

Jul 11th, 2008 | By | Category: iPod Accessories, Podcasting Hardware

Earlier in the year, we had a preview of Belkin’s GoStudio iPod Recorder.

Belkin has now released full information on the GoStudio, and it looks like it will be a hot, reasonably priced device for recording directly to your iPod.

Here are the details:

  • Record directly to your iPod in 16-bit, 44kHz digital audio quality
  • Instantly play back your recordings directly from your iPod through GoStudio’s built-in speaker
  • Two combo microphone inputs (XLR and ¼”)
  • 3.5mm mini-jack microphone input
  • Two built-in omnidirectional stereo microphones
  • Master level control
  • Direct monitor volume control
  • Tripod mount

It’s compatible with iPod classic, iPod nano 2nd & 3rd generation & iPod 5G.

Pricing & Availability:

  • US: $119.99; September/October in North America, EMEA, Asia, and Australia
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No Responses to “Update On Belkin’s Hot GoStudio iPod Recorder”

  1. Steve Mullen says:

    Maybe I’m missing something. My question, and I can’t be the only one thinking this, is how do you edit the audio you record using this device?

  2. James Lewin says:


    When you sync your iPod, your recording gets copied to your computer, where you can edit like you would any other audio recording.

  3. Steve Mullen says:

    Ahhhh … thanks for the clarification on that. It seemed useless to me otherwise. Not everyone gets a recording right on the first take.

  4. taniaelis says:

    Looks very nice at the price.

  5. Rick Rasay says:

    I currently own a ZOOM H2, field recorder and wonder if this would have any advantage? The H2 for raw, first pass recordings is pretty incredible and serves its purpose well. The Gostudio would seem to eliminate a step, but would it title the recording as a memo right to my iPod? Sample recordings seem very clear, and so does the H2. Any input for comparison? Thanks.

  6. Keith says:

    Works with iPhone 3GS using voice memo. No need to get separate iPod.

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