Here’s my video review of the Marantz PMD 661 Solid State Field recorder.
See how the sound quality is with this recorder that enables you to record straight onto SD card, with XLR mic inputs, high quality 96 kHz and 24 bit recording and you can do so easily with an intuitive interface. Continue reading →
In the past, when I recorded with my home computer attached to my preamp with its built-in AD converter, then microphones, the set up was pretty much stuck in my recording room.
I couldn’t record anywhere else in the house, let alone outside.
Then came the Marantz portable professional field recorder.
It was then that the ability to record quickly and easily could happen.
Within seconds I could fire up the Marantz, press a few buttons to select the recording quality I wanted, check for levels, then hit the record button, and without needing to lug a heavy computer and set up in a location I needed to record in. Continue reading →
Here are some pictures of the Marantz PMD 661 portable field recorder.
These images show the front interface LED screen, as well as the sides with the ports for inputs for microphones, the onboard mics, as well as line and digital inputs, and outputs and headphone jack for monitoring.
There’s also the gain control knob to set the input level.