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Zoom H2: The Review

A few weeks ago, I did a quick review of the Zoom H4; an affordable field recorder with XLR connections and on-board X/Y stereo spectrum mics. This time around, I am reviewing the H4′s cousin, the H2! Keep in mind that all reviews are based from a sound designer’s point of view unless otherwise noted. The Zoom H2 is the next effort by Samson in the field recorder market. It’s a very small portable field recorder that has four (!) … Continue reading

Zoom H4: The Review

Apologies for not updating more frequently (I don’t even think anyone knows about this site, so it doesn’t really matter if I apologize or not. Mhuahahaa). So next up is a review of Samson’s Zoom H4 (pictured left…obviously)! Keep in mind that all reviews are based from a sound designer’s point of view unless otherwise noted. The H4 is a little larger than a handheld device (I have small hands) with two internal mics in an X/Y stereo spectrum configuration. … Continue reading