Alesis announced the PalmTrack handheld SD recorder at the 2010 Winter NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA.
With the PalmTrack, you can record stereo or surround audio directly to an SD or SDHC card up to 16GB. The PalmTrack is designed for recording quality sound in a wide variety of settings from rehearsals, jam sessions, and gigs to conferences, lectures, and classes to interviews and meetings.
- Handheld SD recorder with stereo and four-capsule omni pickup patterns
- Record 44.1/48kHz, 64–320kbps MP3 and 16/24-bit WAV
- Four onboard mics with high, low, and auto gain for overload-free recordings
- Bass compensation, Chorus, Pitch Shift, Delay, Reverb, MP3 Voice Cancel, and Tuner
- Inputs for connecting 1/8-inch (3.5mm) mic and line-level audio
- Stereo 1/8-inch (3.5mm) headphone output and built-in monitoring speaker
- Includes SD card; works with virtually all SD cards up to 16GB
- USB jack for mass storage connection to Mac and PC
- AC/DC operation on 2 AA batteries (included) or AC adapter
- Threaded mounting point for tabletop and stand-mounted applications
- PalmTrack recorder
- SD card
- (2) AA batteries
- Quick start guide
The PalmTrack will be available in February 2010.