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M-Audio MicroTrack II Portable Digital Recorder  

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        M-Audio

        Quality audio capture for field recording or songwriting made easier.

        What are the main things plaguing professional field recording? Wild levels, poor mics, and limited storage. The redesigned MicroTrack II solves all that with an extended input gain range for capturing quiet sounds, an analog input limiter to tame unexpected bursts of sound, 48V phantom power for pro condenser mics, seamless recording of files beyond 2GB, and other enhancements.

        The MicroTrack II delivers one of the highest quality mobile recording experiences available today. Simply record WAV, BWF, and MP3 files to CompactFlash or Microdrives through balanced line inputs or built-in microphone preamps--then drag and drop recordings to your computer via high-speed USB 2.0 for immediate editing or Web posting. MicroTrack II is perfect for a wide variety of applications including field recording, capturing live shows, songwriting, education, and more.

        Features
        • 2-channel WAV, BWF, and MP3 recording and playback for pro recording, capturing live shows, songwriting, training, education, worship, and more
        • Upgraded features include extended input gain range, analog input limiter, and seamless recording of files beyond 2GB in size for enhanced performance
        • Battery-operated
        • Storage via CompactFlash or Microdrives (sold separately) for mobility and convenience
        • Drag-and-drop file transfer to PC and Mac via high-speed USB 2.0 mini-connector to upload and share your content in minutes
        • Easily add markers to BWF files
        • Professional balanced 1⁄4" TRS inputs capable of mic or line-level signals
        • Separate left and right input level controls with signal and peak indicators
        • dual microphone preamps with 48V phantom power for studio microphones
        • 1/8" TRS input with 5V power for use with stereo electret microphone (microphone included)
        • S/PDIF coaxial input for digital transfers
        • Monitoring via RCA line outputs or 1/8" stereo headphone output
        • Monitor S/PDIF input via headphones while recording
        • Customizable folders for organizing files
        • Dedicated buttons for navigation, record, hold, pause, delete, menu, and power
        • Built-in CompactFlash speed test ensures optimal card performance
        • Large LCD with backlight dimmer
        • Output level control
        • Hibernation mode
        • Powered via USB, built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery, or included power supply
        • Includes electret T-shaped microphone, software for editing and file format conversion, carrying pouch, 1/8" stereo extension cable with lapel clip, power supply, and USB cable
        Package contents:
        • MicroTrack II mobile digital recorder
        • Printed Quick Start Guide
        • CD-ROM with documentation and editing software
        • 1m USB cable (USB A to Mini B)
        • 1m 1/8" headphone extension cable with lapel clip
        • T-shaped electret microphone
        • Earbuds
        • Protective carrying case with mic pouch

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        MicroTrack II Portable Digital Recorder Specifications:

        • Minimum system requirements
        • PC
        • Windows XP (SP2)
        • USB 1.1 or 2.0 port on the computer for connection and power charging
        • Mac
        • Mac OS X 10.3.9 or greater USB 1.1 or 2.0 port on the computer for connection and power charging
        • Compatibility
        • WAV
        • BWF
        • MP3
        • Recording and storage specs
        • MP3 recording: 96 to 320kbps at 44.1 or 48kHz
        • PCM recording: 16 or 24-bit at 44.1, 48, 88.2 or 96kHz
        • storage capacity: variable based on data rate and storage medium
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        3.5

        (based on 13 reviews)

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        Most Liked Positive Review

         

        Great Recording Device

        I use the Micro Track II for conference recoding of the panel speakers. I run my wireless Lav mics directly into the 1/4 in jacks and monitor w/ the provided phones. I...Read complete review

        I use the Micro Track II for conference recoding of the panel speakers. I run my wireless Lav mics directly into the 1/4 in jacks and monitor w/ the provided phones. I use 8 GB Compact Flash Cards, which provide something like 9 hours of stereo recording time; in WAV format. Sound quality is great. Immediately after the speaker finishes, I connect to my laptop via USB, click and drag the WAV or MP3 file into my CD burning app & burn CDs in minutes. I have also recorded 3 - 4 hour rehearsal sessions on battery power. I've taken stereo feeds off of mixing boards at live events, as well as capture ambient sound using the included stereo mic. I adjust recording levels individually or as a stereo pair. I can also run the output from the unit directly into my video camera for audio redundancy & quality audio to video tape. I went into the store looking for CD records for my conference events, but when the sales guy show me this unit, It was perfect; and less expensive. I went back a week later and grab another, with plans to purchase several more.The unit itself is flawless in quality and capabilities. My only request is to be able to connect some sort of stand to lift the unit off of conference tables and such. I'd also like a case that allows you to see and operate the controls while in the case.

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        Unreliable, with terrible sound. Worthless!

        I bought the M-Audio MicroTrack II Portable Digital Recorder for my ethnomusicology department (they insisted on buying it to replace the previous one that had died- don't ask me why they didn't learn the...Read complete review

        I bought the M-Audio MicroTrack II Portable Digital Recorder for my ethnomusicology department (they insisted on buying it to replace the previous one that had died- don't ask me why they didn't learn the first time), then took it to Morocco for fieldwork. It ruined the field recording aspect of the trip. First off, the sound quality is awful- a constant, loud background hiss on every recording. I will admit that I didn't try it with other mics, so it might just be the cheapo stereo mic that it comes with. The hiss was as loud or louder than many of the softer or more distant sound sources I tried to record. The record feature didn't always turn on and off right away, and on one tragic occasion the thing froze up and I missed a beautiful recording moment because of it. The battery barely lasted over an hour, and would discharge quickly, even if not being used. More missed moments because of that. Finally, someone had the bright idea to put the mic and headphone inputs both on the top. Thus, if you are trying to assemble the thing in a hurry (the mic sticks up, and you can't really stow it away without unplugging the mic)you will invariably plug the mic into the headphone input by accident, only to discover this later. More missed recordings still. It does transfer easily to your computer with the USB cable, but it uses compact flash instead of SD, so the media is bigger, costs more, and you can't do a quick swap between your computer and the recorder. Buy something else! I'm no audiophile or picky sound geek, but this thing still made me miserable. I'm guessing that this is an abandoned product that the manufacturer hasn't updated in ages. Stay away!

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        1.0

        Unreliable, with terrible sound. Worthless!

        By kwmthomas

        from Ohio, Morocco

        I bought the M-Audio MicroTrack II Portable Digital Recorder for my ethnomusicology department (they insisted on buying it to replace the previous one that had died- don't ask me why they didn't learn the first time), then took it to Morocco for fieldwork. It ruined the field recording aspect of the trip. First off, the sound quality is awful- a constant, loud background hiss on every recording. I will admit that I didn't try it with other mics, so it might just be the cheapo stereo mic that it comes with. The hiss was as loud or louder than many of the softer or more distant sound sources I tried to record. The record feature didn't always turn on and off right away, and on one tragic occasion the thing froze up and I missed a beautiful recording moment because of it. The battery barely lasted over an hour, and would discharge quickly, even if not being used. More missed moments because of that. Finally, someone had the bright idea to put the mic and headphone inputs both on the top. Thus, if you are trying to assemble the thing in a hurry (the mic sticks up, and you can't really stow it away without unplugging the mic)you will invariably plug the mic into the headphone input by accident, only to discover this later. More missed recordings still. It does transfer easily to your computer with the USB cable, but it uses compact flash instead of SD, so the media is bigger, costs more, and you can't do a quick swap between your computer and the recorder. Buy something else! I'm no audiophile or picky sound geek, but this thing still made me miserable. I'm guessing that this is an abandoned product that the manufacturer hasn't updated in ages. Stay away!

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        5.0

        Great Recorder

        The first thing that I will mention is that this unit is vrey easy to use. I am a musician singer in a band and, do not have time to fiddle around with settings and, controls while I am performing, and this unit definately fills the bill. I borrowed this unit from a friend and, the first time I used it was at a live performance at a club using only the small stereo mic that came with it, I placed it in the general performing area not really knowing what kind of results to expect. On the way home I plugged it into my vehicles aux input to check out what I had got at the performance and, I was pleased to hear the results. I can't wait to try 2 seperate mics placed on stage in the performiing area for a more widespread recording. I would certainly reccomend this unit to anybody who wants to record their music with ease and, also it was very simple to download the mp3 files to my pc. I will be purchasing one of these in the very near future.

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        4.0

        not bad for 2 bills

        By Anonymous

        from Undisclosed

        I use this recorder in conjunction with my apogeee mini-me (A/D conversion; pre-amp) via the S/PDIF digi in. For mics I have a pair of schoeps so sound quality is optimal. The 24-bit recording is as full as any other unit 10 x's the price. I have not tried direct plug in from other sources or mics. The battery thing is an issue and I do not like having to power up via usb. for $20 a battery pack is the way to go.After a year's use there has been no tech problems or issues.

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        5.0

        Perfect! Just enough!

        By Playa 341

        from Los Angeles

        I gave this item a 5 on features not because it has so many, but because it has JUST enough. So many digital recorders try to do everything, and the result is a very steep learning curve, and a huge manual. If you want to record rehearsals, or gigs, with no hassle, then this gem is the real deal.

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        3.0

        If it weren't for the noise...

        By The Right Hand

        from Santa Barbara, CA

        This would be a great little recording device. All the connectivity and features are fabulous, but I just cannot abide the amount of noise the MicroTrack inserts into my recordings (this applies to use with external condenser mics as well). I'm sure it might be great for some applications, but if you have visions of recording studio-quality Music, I would strongly suggest looking elsewhere. Built-in mics would have been nice, too - having to plug things in makes the device less portable and slower to deploy.

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        1.0

        ultimately a let-down

        By desbee

        from Poole, UK

        Like the previous reviewer, I've had definite noise issues, mostly recording anything via a microphone. Lining-in off the TV or radio for example is problem-free, but try and record any gentle acoustic music, or everyday ambient sounds for example, and although the sound is clear and bright, the noise behind that is a real let down. I was hoping this would be the replacement for MD I needed, but it's not to be. I described this all to m-audio support form but didn't hear back.

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        1.0

        If only it worked right

        By Anonymous

        from Undisclosed

        This product looks great on paper but it is very noisy using the 1/4" inputs and it has drop outs when recording in MP3 mode. After an entire year trying to get this problem resolved, M-Audio says they will not be fixing the MP3 drop out problem. Save yourself the pain and go with a company that actually supports their products.

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        5.0

        The best of the best for portable recording device

        If your first goal is top recording quality in a portable package, then this item must be on top of your list, it may not look stylish, it was released 3 years ago(microtrack 24/94), that's basically same as current model with some improvements, it may not look fancy, rugged, or high tech, however recording quality is great, even with the toy mic come with. For better results I recommend audio technica pro 24, or if you want to go pro then get Pulsar II Matched Pair, allows to be connected directly to a mixer. Just get a external battery with a 5V USB plug to have up to 12 hours of continuous recording.

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        4.0

        Great Recording Device

        By KDEmedia.com

        from Work in Los Angeles & Dallas

        I use the Micro Track II for conference recoding of the panel speakers. I run my wireless Lav mics directly into the 1/4 in jacks and monitor w/ the provided phones. I use 8 GB Compact Flash Cards, which provide something like 9 hours of stereo recording time; in WAV format. Sound quality is great. Immediately after the speaker finishes, I connect to my laptop via USB, click and drag the WAV or MP3 file into my CD burning app & burn CDs in minutes. I have also recorded 3 - 4 hour rehearsal sessions on battery power. I've taken stereo feeds off of mixing boards at live events, as well as capture ambient sound using the included stereo mic. I adjust recording levels individually or as a stereo pair. I can also run the output from the unit directly into my video camera for audio redundancy & quality audio to video tape. I went into the store looking for CD records for my conference events, but when the sales guy show me this unit, It was perfect; and less expensive. I went back a week later and grab another, with plans to purchase several more.The unit itself is flawless in quality and capabilities. My only request is to be able to connect some sort of stand to lift the unit off of conference tables and such. I'd also like a case that allows you to see and operate the controls while in the case.

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        5.0

        I don't know what there problem is

        By Tico

        from Tyler Texas

        I have been using one of these for months now. To rebuke some complaints, 1. The record vol. controles can be linked or unlinked. 2. The "lock up" problem is due to using the wrong SD card.(check MOTU web site) 3. You can adjust recording levels during recording, I do it all of the time.My ONLY complaint is that the USB port and the SPDIF port are so close together that you have to unscrew the end of the SPDIF cable so that they will both fit at the same time. Also, this is the ONLY unit that has L&R 1/4" TRS jacks for line in off of a console or 48v mics. This unit is the BEST so far.

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