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Posted 02 February 2010 - 10:21 AM
Posted 03 February 2010 - 04:25 PM
Which is not to say I am putting this recorder on my "avoid" list. It does meet specs if used in its 96KBPS, 24 Bit mode. I see it as on a par with the H2, both have similar specs. In fact this one may have higher gain in the front end resulting in improved sensitivity. This would not be a factor though if you are using an outboard preamp / mixer instead of a microphone.
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Posted 03 February 2010 - 07:43 PM
Posted 03 February 2010 - 09:39 PM
This is no accident, it is a common practice! While I won't say that is the case here, it is always a consideration, and is a reason why just because you see it on TV doesn't necessarily mean it is the best available.
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Posted 04 February 2010 - 08:10 PM
1st-Infrasound is below 20hz. Maybe she meant ultra-sonic as the Edirol claims to record up to 40khz, well above the human hearing range of 20khz? Can't play it back or hear it, but if you had software to display it, that would be interesting. Also, many experiments have been performed showing that human exposure to 18hz causes fear, dread, etc. I would like to see the actual frequency response chart from the manufacturer to see if there is a sharp cut off after 20hz.
2nd-Watch the end credits for these shows. More than once I've seen credits thanking more than one manufacturer. In fact, a certain group used to open their show at a certain popular pizza place. Coincidence? Not that I wouldn't get a FLIR tattoo if I got one free mind you (must include outboard recorder!). I have no issue with their luck, just get the facts right before you make the sales pitch!
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