Technical Pro UREC7 Professional Rack Mountable USB/SD Recording Deck (Black)

Technical Pro UREC7 Professional Rack Mountable USB/SD Recording Deck (Black)

Technical Pro UREC7 Professional Rack Mountable USB/SD Recording Deck (Black)

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The black Technical Pro UREC7 Professional Rack Mountable USB/SD Recording Deck is a recording device built to capture professional audio and also play it back at a high level of quality. Record your DJ set, studio session or singer, a religious sermon, or a board meeting or conference with this recording deck.

Plug in your USB flash drive or SD card of up to 32GB and record straight onto it. This will give you approximately 136 hours of recording time at 64 kb/s. If you need to record a long meeting or a series of meetings, you can put them all onto one USB flash drive. This unit allows you to record without the need to worry about any time limits as with CDs and tape recordings. Just hit record and you’re all set!

The UREC7 Recording Deck is also a playback device. By using the same USB flash drive or SD card ports, you will be able to playback your music and recordings. Input your recording device by using the RCA or 1/8” (AUX) inputs. This will allow you to easily transfer music from devices such as instruments, and DJ mixers, CD players, or cassette decks. The output consists of a stereo RCA to plug this unit into your sound system’s audio input and playback your recordings in stereo.

The front panel of this unit hosts all user controls. They are all easily accessible and user friendly. The controls consist of playback / pause, stop, next track, and previous track. Organize your USB flash drive or SD card from the unit’s front panel interface; no need to jump back and forth from a computer! Use the bass and treble knobs to fine tune the sound output. Complete with a headphones output and removable rackmounts, this professional recording and playback device can be integrated into any studio or showroom or mobile rig. 

The UREC7 unit also allows you to play your recording in either repeat or random playback. The unit is also equipped with a remote allowing you control playback from a USB flash drive or SD card from a distance. The built-in equalizer has 4 different settings, allowing you to choose the most suitable sound for your audio.



Record / Play: choose between recording onto the USB / SD card or playing from it
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UPC: 817802010379
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Technical Pro UREC7 Professional Rack Mountable USB/SD Recording Deck (Black)
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    Technical Pro UREC7 specs

    Inputs USB flash drive / SD card (Up to 32 GB), RCA, 1/8" (3.5 mm)
    Outputs RCA (line out)
    USB USB 2.0 compatible
    Playback Plays .mp3, .wav, and .wma files from USB drives and SD cards
    Compatibility iPod compatible USB input allows for direct connection with an iPod Nano
    Recording .mp3 files onto USB Flash Drive or SD card from the RCA or 1/8" (3.5 mm) inputs
    Sampling Rate 64 kb/s or 44.1 kHz sampling rate on recordings
    Display LED screen
    Track title, track number & elapsed time will display for track on USB / SD card inputs
    Frequency Response 20 Hz to 20 kHz, ±3 dB
    Signal to Noise Ratio > 90 dB
    Controls Bass and treble controls
    Controls: next track, previous track, play / pause
    Random, repeat, repeat all tracks selector
    Headphones 1.8" (3.5 mm) headphones output
    Input Power 110 to 220 VAC
    Dimensions (W x H x D) 19.0 x 1.75 x 6.5" (482.6 x 44.4 x 165.1 mm)
    Weight 5.0 lb (2.3 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 3.65 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 20.0 x 6.8 x 3.3"

    Technical Pro UREC7 reviews

    UREC7 Professional Rack Mountable USB/SD Recording Deck (Black) is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 26.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from About the AGC @ -3 dBfs when recording. The complaint about the AGC kicking in at -3dBfs shows an uninformed understanding of digital recording. He is recording way way too hot. If you set the input levels to this digital recording device properly - where 0 = -20 dBfs or maybe -18 dBfs - that AGC will almost never kick in. It exists as a safety so the levels don't go over into digital clipping, which sounds horrendous. In professional recording, you should be setting your average levels - so called zero VU - around -20 or -18 dBfs. That is where 0 VU is on analog consoles, and most digital consoles too. Yes a lot lower than the MP3's you play because they have been mastered. But you are comparing apples and oranges.
    Date published: 2017-05-28
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Records with heavy AGC I have this installed in a church for recording services. With my modifications, I consider it fine for recording preaching, but because of the high data compression rates and medeochre A/D conversion, it's only barely adequate for recording music, that is, for a musician's reference recording, but not a master recording for distribution. I haven't tried using it for playback. The price is very low, so I consider it a good bargain, but at this price you get what you pay for. Don't expect this to be a full-featured piece of audiophile studio equipment. The recording system has a very heavy automatic gain control that makes for recordings that are loud and weird sounding, with no dynamic range. The AGC has a 1 second recovery time, and a target volume of -3dBfs. I was able to defeat the AGC by using a 220Kohm series resistor on each channel, and for most applications, I recommend you do the same. This forces the AGC to run at maximum gain, which effectively disables it. You can build a cable with the resistor in it, but I made the modification internally so that there would be no opportunity to lose the customized wire. The input circuit is a voltage divider 4.7K/10K, so the 220K ohm provides about -24dB of additional attenuation. It will still kick in as you approach clipping level, so as a bonus it make for an appropriate soft clip. With the resistor it calibrates to having 0VU unbalanced consumer levels at about -10dBfs.
    Date published: 2014-11-29
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bad News So after reading reviews, I thought I would take a chance, especially at that price. I needed something I could record a live podcast. Big mistake, the SD card slot and Thumb drive both�record�really really�noisy. The interface is not the best but not too bad but overall it's�not a good product. Spend a�little�more for a�Gemini DRP1 Digital Rackmount Recorder, which works great and a very sturdy unit. Sad thing about the transaction was I had to send it back and lost 10 bucks for restocking or whatever.... to send�a bad product back. Use that extra 10 for the DRP1 which is like 179.00 but worth it.
    Date published: 2018-03-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very awsome product This produce we purchased to record radio conversations in our communication vehicle. It is very easy to use and there is no formatting or setup of any kind needed it is plug and play. the recording is very crisp and clear and sounds like you are listening to the traffic on the radio and not a recording
    Date published: 2016-05-24
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from not at all professional grade, terrible sound quality To start with, just because something is rack mountable, doesn't make it professional grade. The operational sequence to start and stop recording is non-intuitive. There are certain functions that are only able to be operated by remote control, like switching inputs from the front to rear, which is odd for a unit with a bunch of buttons on the front panel already. For me, those things wouldn't have been deal-breakers by themselves. The kick in the crotch is that the sound quality is terrible. There are frequent drop-outs in the recordings, and the automatic gain control action makes this unit almost unsuitable for anything but voice recording. By the time I had figured this out, the window for returning it had closed and I'm stuck with it. The one redeeming quality was that it was cheap, so there is that.
    Date published: 2016-12-19
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bad User Interface and Bad sound quality The user interface for this unit is pretty terrible. There are only 5 buttons and most features require the remote to work. The sound quality of the recording was terrible. If I turned up the signal going into the unit it would clip and sound bad, and turning it down just created a lot of noise. There was also audible digital clicks in the recording. Do not buy!
    Date published: 2013-04-22
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from MP3 only digital recorder ... returned This may be a good digital recorder, but it only records and plays MP3 format and then, only one rate (192). Looks good, has nice frequency graphic, but only MP3 format play and record. Only three stars as it does not meet B&H spec sheet. Instructions in unit state only MP3 format.
    Date published: 2016-01-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Review of UREC7 Professional Rack Mountable USB/SD Recordin This is the second USB memory music player I have ordered. This one seems to be a bit of an upgrade from the first one. My music archive is on USB and SD memeory exclusively now and I needed a player that could play it back for me other than the computer. The UREC7 does a good job at playing my music and the sound is very good. The controls are basic, you can punch in a number to go to a certain song on your USB. The number will correspond on the order the music file is on the USB/SD memory card. If you add songs to your memory device, the number may change for position and playback. If you use the keypad and number selection, you will be able to navigate better and/or be able to change the type of music if you save it to the memory device correctly. keep in mind, the memory device TOC sorts numeric/alpha so you need to name your types of songs to reflect that. I have not yet recorded but I will be trying it soon. MP3 is not my first choice for format but it is the only one offered on this device. Most reviews say it does a good job but the Auto Level is reported to be too much so the correction that is offered in one of the reviews by adding a resistor in line ( simple to do ) seems a very good idea. I really have nothing bad to say about this device. The controls are simple and most of them are controlled on the remote. Refer to the instructions to get an idea about them. Basic controls is Play, skip forward, skip back ward, stop. Remember, you can select songs with the keypad, this is a feature that most inexpensive units don't offer. The screen will indicate the number you are selecting ( number position of song files, not a song title with a number . Think of it this way, you have THREE songs, ABBA is 1, BlackBIrd is 2 and Zebra is 3, and they are shown on your file list in that order. Put in the USB/SD memory, turn on the unit, press 2,( or 02), press enter, the number comes on the screen and BlackBIrd will play. There is an huge amount of music that can be stored on a memory card. if you want to store different TYPES of music for selection.. you might change the title to begin with Oldie-...... or/and SmoJaz... or/and Clas..... placing a name of the song after the heading. Doing this will group your music on the USB making the number selection easy and won't mix playback if you do it right. IF you have begun archiving your music collection on USB and or SD memory devices, the UREC7 will play it back for you and with any other device, the better your recording is, the better the sound reproduction is. It is a simple device to use and the sound is very good. If you need more features, there are other devices available for a higher cost but if you want something to play back your music, this is priced right. If you are looking for the record abilties, check the other reviews for your answers, I won't pretend that I have recored anything, because I haven't. I can't give you an honest answer at this time but I am not expecting any bad experiences. Good luck and yes, after telling someone how my experience has been, I would recommend this device.
    Date published: 2015-08-05
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