HHB debuts FlashMic
September 20, 2005
HHB's new DRM85 FlashMic combines a high-quality Sennheiser omni-directional condenser capsule microphone with 1GB of flash recording memory.
HHB's new FlashMic can record more than 18 hours of digital audio.
With no cables and connectors, users can record instantly with just a single button-push. The combination mic/recorder creates either .wav linear or MPEG-1 layer 2 encoded audio files which can then be transferred at up to 90 times real-time via USB to Mac or PC computers for editing and onward transmission. A date/time stamp is stored along with the file, with the internal real-time clock set/synchronized automatically by the host computer.
The FlashMic is powered for more than six hours by a pair of standard AA batteries (either primary or rechargeable cells), with the remaining battery power displayed along with time, level and status information in a backlit LCD on the microphone body. In addition, a visual low battery warning alerts the user.
For more information, visit
www.sennheiserusa.com and www.hhb.co.uk.
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