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The award-winning EDIROL R-09: new colours and new accessories for the most innovative product of the year

Thursday November 30, 2006
EDIROL’s R-09 portable digital recorder has taken the world by storm with its award-winning, innovative design. With its versatile recording features and sleek and lightweight construction it has found fans in all sorts of areas: from musicians recording songs, rehearsals or live gigs to journalists recording interviews, and students taking lecture notes...
The award-winning EDIROL R-09: new colours and new accessories for the most innovative product of the year

EDIROL’s R-09 portable digital recorder has taken the world by storm with its award-winning, innovative design. With its versatile recording features and sleek and lightweight construction it has found fans in all sorts of areas: from musicians recording songs, rehearsals or live gigs to journalists recording interviews, and students taking lecture notes. Whenever you need to capture a top-notch audio recording, the R-09 ensures that you can do it easily and instantly, wherever you are.

To celebrate the R-09’s success, EDIROL are releasing two special edition models in red and white plus some new accessories, making the R-09 the most complete, innovative and portable recording package on the market. The R-09W (in white) and R-09R (in red) will both retail at the same price as the original black version (£299/€439). The new accessories include a carry case for the main unit and an earphone set with carry case (both £24.99/€439).

The R-09 won the MIA (Music Industry Association) Award For Innovation last year largely because of its groundbreaking design which combines ease of use with advanced recording features. You can record via the high quality, built-in stereo mic in crystal-clear CD quality or in space-saving MP3 format. The unit uses SD data cards (a 64MB one is included) to store your sound – no tape required. All recordings can be backed up to your computer via USB and the unit features an amazingly functional OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) screen for sublime ease of use and data management. It also has an ultra-long battery life so can be relied upon in any situation.

Record podcasts, lecture notes, musical ideas, rehearsals, concerts (permission willing of course!), phone calls, interviews, dictations, you name it... And record them all when you like and where you like.

www.edirol.com

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David Mellor has been creating music and recording in professional and home studios for more than 30 years. This website is all about learning how to improve and have more fun with music and recording. If you enjoy creating music and recording it, then you're definitely in the right place :-)
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