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Posted 04/28/11
In this video we spend a few minutes checking out these two recorders, both featuring built in stereo microphones. Both deliver excellent sound and are simple and intuitive to use.
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Posted 06/13/11
With USB ports and built-in pre-amps, these Numark turntables are great for playing and digitizing records.
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Posted 10/23/11
This portable audio recorder offers adjustable stereo mics, combo XLR 1/4 external inputs, an overdub mode, a dual mode, and more.
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Posted 11/13/11
The R-26 offers 3 stereo channels, 2 sets of built in stereo mics, XLR/TRS inputs, a touch screen, and more.
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Posted 01/29/12
Outstanding microphones, 8 track recording, XLR-1/4 combo inputs, and more combine to make this a great sounding and versatile recorder.
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Posted 03/21/13
Tascam's new audio recorder has a form factor and feature set that's a terrific fit for DSLR video shooters.
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Posted 08/12/13
The Zoom H6 features 6 channels, an interchangeable microphone system, and is packed with features; making it an extremely versatile audio recorder.
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Posted 12/03/13
We’re checking out some inexpensive audio products including microphones, controllers, and interfaces that work with the iPad; some also work with the iPhone and iPod Touch as well.
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Posted 03/06/14
In this video, Rob Rives shows us around the MOTU 828x, a professional digital audio interface that features a total of 28 inputs and 30 outputs. The unit, which is equipped with bothThunderbolt and USB connections, can be used with 32- or 64-bit Mac or PC systems. The interface is rackmountable and offers eight channels of 192kHz analog recording and playback, combined with 16 channels of ADAT optical digital I/O (8 channels at 96kHz), stereo S/PDIF, MIDI I/O, word clock, two headphone jacks, and stereo XLR main outs.
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Posted 05/12/14
In the following video, Rob Rives, from B&H, discusses the  Beachtek DXA-SLR Ultra 2-Channel XLR Adapter, and how it can improve in-camera audio with a DSLR camera. Rives explores the adapter's form factor, how it attaches beneath the camera, and considers the included detachable rail system with 3" rods. Rives also points out the two Neutrik Combo XLR and 1/4" input connections, which can be switched from line level to mic level and provide Phantom Power, as well as advanced features such as gain control, limiters, and audio playback. The video concludes with a brief look at two other audio-adapter options from Beachtek: the DXA-SLR Mini and the DXA-SLR Pure Passive Audio Adapter. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at B&H.com. 
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