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Solid State Recording
Professional Solid State Recorders:
In many cases a Professional CD Recorder is the best choice for a Church. This is especially true of you are producing CD copies to give to members. If however you need more than 80 minutes recording time, you are editing the program on a computer before burning CDs, or you are posting the audio on a web site, you might want to consider using a Solid State Recorder.
Denon DN-F450R Professional Solid State Recorder
The DN-F450R is a professional Solid State Recorder which records your audio in stereo onto a Secure Digital (SD) Card. The recording time is determined by the size of the Card you use. You can record several hours of high resolution audio on one card. The data can then be transferred to your computer either through the USB port on the PMD560, or by removing the SD, and inserting it into the Computer.
The DN-F450R records in either MP3 or WAV format and can create up to 99 Virtual tracks. It has Line In and Out jacks as well as a Headphone jack. Sampling frequency is selectable between 44.1 KHz (CD format) or 48KHz (DAT format)
Marantz PMD620 Portable Solid State Recorder
The PMD620 is a compact, economical version of the above. Although it doesn't have all the features of the PMD 560, in most cases it will still accomplish the same results. Click the link below to get the details.