Denon DN-F450R Solid State Audio Recorder
The DN-F450R offers a simplified, cost competitive solid state recording and playback capability. Derived from the DN-F650R, the half rack size unit provides for recording and playback to and from SD and SDHC flash memory cards, with USB connectivity to PC for file management and transfer. Balanced analog inputs on XLR are featured alongside unbalanced I/O. Stereo and mono audio channels are simultaneously available, and PCM WAV and MP3 file formats are supported, at 48/44.1kHz and 32-320 kbps. Serial and contact closure remote control are supported, and a headphone out with volume control is included. Selectable playback modes, power on auto play, marking and mark search, audible quick search, and easy file search with the front panel jog wheel are all featured.
The Denon DN-F450R is a highly versatile professional solid state recorder offering recording to SD/SDHC flash cards. Designed to fulfill the most demanding playback and recording applications in A/V installation, audio production, live sound, theatre and broadcast, the DN-F450R is a professionally specified, cost-effective replacement for cassette, DAT, MD, CDR and commodity PC based systems currently fulfilling such roles. The DN-F450R has balanced XLR analog audio inputs as well as unbalanced analog connectivity. Serial and contact closure remote control are supported, and the unit can be operated with Denon Professional's latest RC-F400S 'Hot Start' serial remote controller.
The easy-to-read OLED display and easy file search jog wheel enables simple front panel operation. A variety of playback modes includes single, repeat, random, continuous and skip back play and a headphone out with volume control are also included.
Recording and Formats
Stereo and mono audio channels are simultaneously available and both WAV and MP3 file formats are supported, with selectable sample rates of 48 and 44.1 kHz at 16 bit resolution, and MP3 bit rates between 32 and 320 kbps.
Denon DN-F450R Specifications:
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