The Panasonic SV-3800 has coax digital out, optical Out, AES XLR out and balanced analog XLR left and right outputs. We currently are able to use the analog outputs and bring them into our Soundcraft Ui24R.
I've narrowed down my choices to the Edirol R-09HR and the Sony PCM-M10. Both appear to get a lot of praise, but I'd like to post a final question before I pony up the dough.
I'll be using the recorder for a fair amount of on-location interviewing, using the recorder with an external omnidirectional mic. In home, I'll run a mixer to it from multiple sources.
I wasn't sure which forum to post this to, so hopefully this isn't a bad choice.
These two pieces of audio gear seem to be very similar.
Has anyone here had experience with both of these or has enough knowledge about them to advise someone on which of the two to choose?
I am a DJ and have used different programs to capture my mix CD's which isn't a very complicated task pretty much output to input type connection but I want to get into recording vocals. I have a Studio Projects B1 condenser mic, Edirol Fa 66 preamp and I am using Adove Audition. I have done some test recordings but seems the volume is really low.
Hoping someone out there has some experience with this 4 track "field recorder" and would be willing to share some stories.
I guess Im looking for reports on durability and ruggedness.
It will be primariy used for location sound in the reality sector, and the ocassional atmos recording.