Tascam DR-1 Portable Digital Recorder unveiled

Tascam DR-1 Portable Digital Recorder Tascam has launched the innovative DR-1 Portable Digital Recorder, which is essentially a compact unit that has the ability to capture hours of music with its integrated stereo condenser mics onto its 1GB SD card.

The recorder can record from practically anywhere thanks to the pair of microphones that are mounted on a variable angle mechanism. Tascam DR-1 supports recordings done in the MP3 and WAVE file formats. In addition, the device features auto gain control and analog limiting for convenient setup along with a low-frequency cutoff to do away with handling or wind noise.

The key specs of the Tascam DR-1 Portable Digital Recorder are:

  • Portable, Handheld Recording
  • Built-in High-quality Stereo Condenser Microphone
  • Variable Angle Microphone Mechanism with A/B Configuration
  • 48 or 44.1kHz 24-bit Recording Resolution
  • MP3 and WAVE file Recording and Playback
  • Switchable Low Cut Filter
  • Analog Auto Gain Control
  • Analog Limiter
  • Rechargable Lithium-Ion Battery
  • USB 2.0 Connection to Computer
  • Built-in Tuner and Vocal Cancel Features
  • Overdub Feature to record narration, singing or instruments over an existing recording
  • Dimensions (not including protrusions):
    * 70 (W) x 27 (H) x 135.3 (D) (mm)
    * 2.8 (W) x 1.1 (H) x 5.3 (D) (inches)
  • Weight: 208 g (including battery)
  • Priced at around $299, as of now there is no news on Tascam’s DR-1 Portable Digital Recorder’s availability.