Saturday, 7 October 2017

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Zoom H1 Handy Recorder | Unboxing


Zoom H1 Review

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The ultra-compact Zoom H1 Handy Recorder brings new meaning to the term "portability." Small enough to slip in your pocket, yet it offers professional sound quality for recording.


Recording Made Simple

This Zoom H1 Sound recorder has X/Y recording technique. This X/Y technique provides a great way to cover a wide area while still capturing sound sources in the center with much more clarity, making it perfect for all types of stereo recording purposes.

This Zoom H1's built-in X/Y microphone provides two matched unidirectional microphones set at a 90-degree angle relative to one another. Also, you can connect external microphone or line level signal to the H1's Mic/Line Input mini phone jack for X/Y or other types of stereo recording. This Zoom H1 Mic/Line Input is a stereo ⅛" mini phone jack that can accept two mic- and/or line-level signals. Condenser microphones requiring Plug-In Power (2.5 volts) can be connected to this jack.

Take it Everywhere

Smaller than most cell phones and weighing in at just two ounces, you can take the ultra-portable zoom H1 wherever you want with worrying about the weight or size issue.

Much Great Monitoring

This Zoom H1 has a Line/Headphones Output with a controllable volume. Headphones can be connected here for private monitoring. There's also a built-in speaker on the back panel for fast monitoring of the recorded signal without the need to make any connections.

Also a USB Microphone

When you're ready to take your recordings to the next level, simply connect the H1 to your computer via USB and launch your favorite editing software, such as the supplied WaveLab LE. This Zoom H1 can even be used as a 2-in/2-out audio interface or USB microphone.This feature makes this Zoom H1 versatile.

Two Types of Output Files

This records audio in two different basic file types: WAV and MP3. As everyone knows WAV files are uncompressed; that is, they contain all the recorded signal without any data being removed. The WAV files recorded by the H1 can be either 16- or 24-bit, So, it allows for a precise synchronization of audio during post-production time.

On the flip side, MP3 recordings are compressed, which means that some unnecessary data from the audio is removed prior to storage, making them much smaller in size than WAV files, which makes it much easier to upload and download these kinds of files. Some MP3 files exhibit a slight loss of audio fidelity as compared with the original signal, however, this is not noticeable in all circumstances. So, MP3 files take less space only compared with WAV Files.




Features :-


  • Lightweight and ultra-compact
  • Has a Built-in 90˚ X/Y stereo microphone
  • Records directly to microSD and microSDHC cards up to 32GB
  • Supports up to 24-bit/96kHz WAV audio, as well as a variety of MP3 formats
  • Stereo Mic/Line Input jack with Plug-in power
  • Monitoring speaker and stereo Phones/Line Output jack with dedicated volume control
  • Requires just a single AA alkaline or NiMH rechargeable battery, with up to 10 hours of battery life

Package Contents :- 


  • 1 MicroSD memory card
  • 1 MicroSD Adapter
  • 1 AA size Battery
  • Instruction manual

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