Tools of the Trade

April 2004
Mix;Apr2004, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p100
The article discusses latest sound recording gadgets. A new accessory for HHB's Porta drive location sound recorder is the PDRDSTJF USB 2.O/FireWire docking sta- tion. The device accepts the Portadrive's removable HD caddy via a front panel slot for fast file transfers to Macintosh computer and PC based post-production systems independent of the Portadrive. The PDRDSUF includes a universal power supply for operation anywhere in the world, and ships with USB and FireWire cables. The product is priced at U.S. $349.


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