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Kenwood's latest recorder.
A clone of the Sharp MD-MS701.
The DMC-J7R comes in two colours, the silver one pictured first and the very handsome all-black version. . The silver isn't by any means a crow, as The Master said, but black means it is more than a gadget: it is a Gadget.
The package contains: machine, headphones, LCD remote, soft bag, warranty (claims in Japan only) manual with NO English section, (use the photocopy of the MD-MS701 manual which we send you for free), rechargeable Li Ion battery, 100V AC to 5VDC transformer, dry cell battery case
The red Record button does not light up - it just looks as if it does.
Sampling Rate 44.1kHz. 24 bit (Sharp 5) ATRAC. Acoustic Range 20-20,000 Hz (+/- 3dB).
Wow and Flutter +/- 0.001%W
Out ports: headphone/remote control
In ports: MIC and optical/digital.
Power 10mW per channel (16 Ohms)
Batteries: rechargeable LiIon NB-L10 3.6V (1 included), 2xAA (1.5V).
Battery life. LiIon: 3.5h record, 5h play. 2xAA: 4h record, 8h play. Both: 7.5h record, 13h playCar: Cassette Insert AD-CA20X (4.5V)
Car power: Car cassette adaptor AD-CT13
Worldwide Adapter: AD-SS70AP (100-240v AC to 5v DC 800mA)
Weight 218g, size 87 x 29.4 x 81.5mm
Now, for those of you who have to have it black... I am sorry the photos do not do it justice.
Author: N C Boyde email@example.com
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