Petersen, Geroge
September 2008
Mix;Sep2008, Vol. 32 Issue 10, p46
The article provides insights on the evolution and specifications of portable digital recorder. It notes that the origin of portable recorders can be traced from Stefan Kudelski's Nagra I and II decks, which was then followed by digital tapes, hard disk, DVD-R, Compact Flash and memory cards. It also states that recorders are becoming lighter, reliable, flexible, better sounding and affordable. Moreover, it presents a chart that details the specifications of the 42 current models of recorders.


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