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Offline ol' dirty taper

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Zoom PodTrak P4
« on: August 06, 2020, 12:25:00 AM »
Announced earlier today, this looks like an interesting recorder for those on a budget and who do not need 48-192kHz or 24 bit, but still achieve 4 inputs. Price is $199.99 and ships in September. Will also run from a USB C power bank.

Measures 4.4" W x 6.1" H x 1.8" D, could fit in a large pocket, however the gain controls would be protruding a bit, not sure if you can lock them or not.

I could see some uses for it, but overall a lot of features not needed for our taping purposes.

  • Four mic inputs with XLR connectors
    Four headphone outputs with individual volume control
    Gain control knobs and mute buttons for each input
    Phantom power for all XLR inputs
    Automatically prevent feedback from call audio using the Mix-Minus function
    Easily connect your phone using the TRRS connection
    Trigger sound effects using four assignable Sound Pads with 11preset sounds
    All input sources can be recorded on separate tracks
    16-bit /44.1kHz audio WAV
    Records directly to SD, SDHC and SDXC cards up to 512 GB
    2-input, 2-output USB audio interface
    Class-compliant mode for iOS compatibility
    Up to four hours of use with just two AA batteries or a USB power supply
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Re: Zoom PodTrak P4
« Reply #1 on: August 06, 2020, 09:45:28 PM »
4x phantom inputs @ $199 is certainly a deal

crippling it to 16/44 is a bit puzzling as all modern ADC chips handle higher bit/sample rates, but whatever
16/44 is not a limitation with decent preamps in front of it
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