Lowlevel hiss haunts outdoor recordings. Plastic frame feels flimsy definitely not ideal for rugged environs. Sixbutton user interface can makes navigation a bit sluggish.
By KenRockwell on November 17, 2011
The Tascam DR-08 is a dinky little 96 kHz/24-bit portable digital recorder that makes great-sounding files. It runs on two AAA cells or USB power. It comes complete with its own swiveling microphones. The DR-08 is a...-
By Wired on May 03, 2010
Recording different types of audio is tricky. One recorder might be great at soaking up a quiet conversation, but take it to a rock concert and your audio will sound like a coffee grinder crammed with ball bearings. That's not the case with...70