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|Package Weight||1.65 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||7.6 x 5.6 x 2.9"|
|Recording Bit Rate||WAV: 16 and 24-bit MP3: 48 to 320kbps|
|Sampling Frequency||WAV: 44.1/48/96kHz MP3 - 44.1/48kHz|
|Number of Channels||2 or 4, depending on mode|
|Recording Time||Per 1GB of SD memory Stereo Mode: MP3: 17 hours 21 mins (128kbps), 6 hours 56 mins (320kbps) WAV: 1 hour 34 mins (16-bit/44.1kHz), 1 hour 26 mins (16-bit/48kHz), 28 mins (24-bit/96kHz) 4-Channel Mode: WAV: 47 mins (16-bit/44.1kHz), 28 mins (24-bit/48kHz) MTR Mode: WAV: 3 hours 8 mins (16-bit/44.1kHz)|
|AD/DA Conversion||24-bit, 128x oversampling|
|Phantom Power||48V, 24V, off|
|Type||Hand-held multi-track stereo SD card recorder|
|Output||1 x 3.5mm mini stereo headphone/line out jack 1 x USB 2.0 port (same as input)|
|Power||2 x AA or LR6 batteries AC wall power USB bus power|
|Battery Life||Approx 6 hours (normal) or 11 hours (stamina mode)|
|Display||128 x 64 pixel 1.9" backlit LCD|
|Dimensions (WxDxH)||2.75 x 6.1 x 1.4" (70 x 156 x 35mm)|
|Weight||9.9 oz (280g) (without batteries)|
|Inputs||2 x XLR/TRS combo inputs (balanced, unbalanced) 1 x 3.5mm mic input 2 x Built-in condenser microphones 1 x USB 2.0 port|
|Recording/Reading Methods||SD/SDHC card (up to 32GB, 2GB included) USB connection to PC/Mac|
Have only recorded 3 sermons so far, but the H4N Pro is very easy to use and compact. This unit was priced $100 cheaper than anyone else, and I had previously purchased a headset for a body pack also at an excellent price. Very speedy on getting both items shipped out and delivered
I purchased this recorder to use to record comments in music festivals in which I judge. I chose this model because I like to record my verbal comments on a separate channel from the recording of the ensemble.
Works awesome! just make sure you get the windjammer. And don't even touch it if you are recording or you will get noises. Maybe if I buy the suspension system?
Good sound quality and works exactly how I needed it to!!
Very versatile. Especially appreciate the XLR-1/4" combo inputs.
I use my H4N as a multi-purpose field recorder for my on-site video production gigs. I've been using it for a few months, and I'm blown away by the value for the price. I do have a couple of minor complaints, but overall it's been perfect for my needs.
I have used Zoom H4-SP's for years in my video work with shotgun mics and wireless lavs for recording dialogue and it has always performed perfectly. The wav 48k files sound great. I really don't use the built-in mics so I don't know how they compare.
I was anxious to receive a recorder that was separate from my camera/video setups. When received, I was almost wondering what I got myself into when I opened the instruction book. The recorder is simple to operate. I have used it in recording many things so far.
This little recorder packs a big punch, clearly many decades of engineering went into it. Unfortunately there is one major design flaw, there is no attempt to seal off the battery area from all the densely packed electronics.
My Zoom H4n has always been a workhorse for me. Although it records good sound, I recommend saving the money and investing in a Sound Devices recorder. If not, at least save a little extra to get the Zoom H6.