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Posted 07/02/20
Whether you're recording live podcasts, live music, or location audio in the field, the Zoom H8 Handy Recorder isn't simply up for the job—it's optimized for it, thanks to three dedicated apps that instantly configure the built-in touchscreen for the task at hand. Switch to the PODCAST app, and you'll be able to trigger sound effects, music cues, and more, right from the touchscreen. Flip to the MUSIC app, and you'll have your faders and trims right under your fingertips. The FIELD app gives you prominent, easy-to-see metering, essential for keeping your on-location audio free from distortion. With the H8’s flexible inputs and long battery life, you'll have the ability to record up to 8 mics at once for hours at a clip. The H8 has six mic preamps on hand, and ships with an included XYH-6 X/Y Mic Capsule, as well as four AA batteries. Like the H6, the H8 is expandable: it will work with all the available Zoom capsules—including new offerings coming down the pike. Record up to 10 microphones at once with the EHX-8 capsule, which adds four more inputs to the H8's XLR and combination connections. Pick up the XAH-8, and you'll have a pair of condenser mics that you can adjust between X/Y and AB positions, accommodating multiple styles of recording in one mountable capsule. Or, purchase the VRH-8 for lush, immersive, Ambisonic recording without all the pesky cables of your common 360-degree mic. However you choose to record with the H8, you'll love all its features, such as the ability to drive phantom power to the XLR inputs, making it easy to record with your favorite condenser microphones. If you have an audiophile's ear, you'll appreciate the option to record at 96 kHz/24-bit. In addition to the ergonomic touchscreen, you'll find tactile gain and pad controls for each input, as well as built-in effects like compression and limiting for safeguarding your audio. The H8 can also operate as a multichannel/stereo USB audio interface for Macs, Windows computers, and iPads. This is but a smattering of the H8's features. To read more about the H8—or to purchase one today—head on over to our website.
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Posted 06/18/18
Join AB, from B&H, as he explores the functionality and range of the new Zoom F8N Multi-Track Field Recorder, an update to the popular F8 Multi-Track Field Recorder. Check out some of the new features and updates that make this unit even more powerful than its predecessor. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com.
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Posted 03/09/18
In the following video, “AB” demonstrates the Zoom F1 Field Recorder, and how it can be a useful addition to any professional sound engineers inventory. This video explores the functions, controls, and features of the Zoom F1, including the inputs and outputs, signal flow, and peripherals including the SGH-6 shotgun mic module and the LMF-1 omnidirectional lavalier microphone. We discuss how easy it is to attach the F1SP to a camera with the included SMF-1 shockmount. AB also shows off the 1.25" monochrome display and how to set up the Rec Format, Lo Cut, Limiter, and Rec Level functions. Additional topics covered include powering the unit with two AAA batteries, volume controls, the test tone, and the sound markers. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com
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Posted 12/03/15
In this video, Rob Rives shows us a new six-track audio field recorder from Tascam, the DR-701D. An update to the DR-70D, the DR-701D now represents Tascam's flagship audio recorder for single-shooter video production. Designed specifically as an audio-recording solution for DSLR video applications, the DR-701D boasts dual built-in omnidirectional microphones and four XLR/TRS inputs with phantom power. In addition, the recorder features time code support, HDMI Start/Stop, improved audio quality, and the track count has been expanded from four to six so each XLR input can be recorded to an individual track and the stereo mix of those inputs can also be recorded to two tracks. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com.
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Posted 10/29/15
In the following video, Rob Rives, from B&H, discusses the Zoom F8 Professional Multi-Track Field Recorder for Filmmaking and Sound Design.  Using both an Audio-Technica AT899 Condenser Lavalier Microphone, as well as a Schoeps CMC6 MK41 microphone mounted on an Auray Boompole with a Schoeps shockmount, Rives makes a direct comparison of sound quality at 24-bit/192 kHz resolution between the Zoom F8 Field Recorder and the more expensive Sound Devices 688 Professional Field Recorder.    The video explores the F8’s features including timecode support, three power options, dual SD card slots, redundant recording, its use as a multi-channel audio interface for Mac and PC, and compatibility with the company’s microphone capsules. It also includes wireless control with a mobile device using a dedicated app. These features make the F8 a powerful tool for everything from multi-tracking band rehearsals, recording sound for picture, and Foley work, among others—all in a portable and durable form factor.        We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com
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Posted 04/04/12
This combination field mixer and stereo recorder is designed specifically for the HDSLR videomaker.
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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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