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Zoom H2n Handy Portable Digital Audio Field Recorder with Stereo Mics & USB

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Zoom H2n Handy Portable Digital Audio Field Recorder with Stereo Mics & USB

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The Zoom H2n Handy Recorder Portable Digital Audio Recorder combines Zoom's years of experience in portable recording with enhanced technology and features to present a versatile device that can be used for film and broadcast applications, as well as journalism, podcasting, musical performances and rehearsals, and much more. The H2n has an unprecedented 5 microphones built in, providing you with 4 selectable recording patterns to choose from. A simple dial on top of the recorder lets you switch between traditional XY stereo, 2-channel surround, 4-channel surround, and a mid-side stereo mode. The mid-side mode allows you to adjust the width of your stereo field for terrific flexibility. When recording in RAW mode, you can even adjust the field after you've made a recording.
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Included · 2GB SD Card · 2 x AA Batteries · Steinberg WaveLab LE 7 Activation Card · 1-Year Limited Warranty
Manufaturer Part Number ZH2N
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Specifications:

Type Hand-held stereo digital audio recorder
Recording/Reading Methods SD/SDHC card (up to 32GB supported, 2GB card included)
USB connection to PC/Mac
Recording Bit Rate WAV: 16 and 24-bit
MP3: 48 to 320kbps
Sampling Frequency WAV: 44.1/48/96kHz
MP3: 44.1kHz
Number of Channels 2 or 4, Depending on mode
Recording Time All times are for a 1GB memory card
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)
AD/DA Conversion 24-bit, 128x oversampling
Signal Processing 32-bit
Microphone Type Mid side stereo and 90° XY stereo
SPL 120dB max
Input Gain 0 to +39dB
Connectors 1 x 3.5mm mic/line stereo input
1 x 3.5mm headphone/line stereo output
1 x Remote jack
1 x High-speed USB 2.0 port, mini-B type
Input Impedance 2k ohms
Output Impedance 10k ohms or more
Output Level -10dBm rated
20mW + 20mW phones output level @ 32 ohms
Speaker 400mW @ 8 ohms
Display 1.8" (128 x 64) Backlit LCD
Power 2 x AA or LR6 Batteries (Up to 20 hours operation)
USB or AC power (AC adapter sold separately)
Dimensions (WxDxH) 2.7 x 4.5 x 1.7" (68 x 114 x 43mm)
Weight 4.6 oz (130g) (without batteries)
Packaging Info
Package Weight 0.8 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.2 x 5.9 x 2.
Item ID ZODH2N

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Zoom produces a wide array of recording devices, including a line of portable “handy” recorders as well as multi-effects processors, effects pedals, drum machines and samplers. Over the past thirty years, the company has established a solid reputation as a manufacturer of innovative yet affordable products which are based on original microchip designs. Founded in 1983 and based in Tokyo, Japan, the Zoom Corporation spent its first years helping other manufacturers develop sound generator LSI, rhythm machines and MIDI synchronizer systems. In 1989, the first Zoom product was unveiled: the 9002, an ultra-compact multi-effects processor designed to be attached to a guitar strap. It was a huge success. This was followed by the rack-mountable 9010, which featured the world's first 4-In/4-Out individual signal processing. In 1992, the high-end 9200 came to market and soon became a fixture in studios everywhere. The popular Zoom Player series of guitar effects was launched in 1994, along with the Zoom Studio series, which continue to be found in the racks of many musicians today. The following year, the Zoom 500 series of footpedals was introduced, including the 506 bass pedal and the extraordinarily popular 505 guitar pedal, the best-selling multi-effects pedal ever. But it was in 2006 that Zoom totally redefined the state of the art in audio for video with the release of the revolutionary H4 Handy Recorder. Small enough to be held in the palm of your hand, the battery-powered H4 offered an onboard X/Y stereo microphone, the ability to record up to four tracks of 96/24 audio directly to SD card in either WAV or MP3 format, built-in effects including a guitar tuner and metronome, and a USB port that allowed the H4 to be connected to a computer. A smaller Handy Recorder, the H2, was released in 2007, followed by the H4n in 2009. All became standards of the industry. In 2013, the third-generation H6 Handy Recorder was announced—a six-track recorder which offers a slew of advanced features, including a system of interchangeable microphone capsules which can be swapped out as easily as the lens of a camera. Under the steady hand of CEO Masahiro Iijima, Zoom is dedicated to continually developing new products that allow artists to more freely express their ideas yet are accessible to anyone, from amateur to professional. The company's staff represents a fusion of engineering expertise and artistic sensibilities; they know it’s not just a matter of having advanced technological skills but also the sense and desire to employ them creatively and imaginatively. In the summer of 2013, Zoom North America was formed, debuting along with the first the groundbreaking and multi-award winning H6 Handy Recorder.