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Nic Rossmüller : December 17th 2006 - 21:45 CET

MP3 recorder software update


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RolandMP3 recorder software update : Roland is proud to announce a new firmware update (v1.10) for the Edirol R-09 WAV/MP3 recorder, making the R-09 the world's first SDHC compatible stereo field recorder on the market. The R-09 is fast becoming the hand-held recorder of choice for professionals everywhere. From musicians, podcasters and courtroom lawyers to college students, reporters and business people the R-09 offers intuitive, high-quality recording for everyone at an affordable price. Responding to demands in the marketplace, the Edirol has recently updated the R-09 to support the new SDHC standard for SD memory cards. Previously, the R-09 was limited to a maximum SD card capacity of 2 gigabytes using standard SD memory cards.
MP3 recorder software updateRoland R-09 MP3 recorder
The R-09 is now fully compatible with SDHC memory cards that offer sizes over the 2 GB limit and increased data transfer speeds. Tested and approved, the new Panasonic RP-SDR04-GJ1K 4GB media is fully compatible with the R-09. As more SDHC-compliant memory cards become available to the market, the R-09 will be able to use and access the higher capacity memory that these SDHC memory cards offer. Of course, standard SD cards remain compatible with the Roland R-09.

SDHC memory card - Roland MP3 recorder
Other enhancements in the v1.10 firmware update include superior data transfer speeds across the USB 2.0 connections, a longer power switch cut-off-time, cycling of the alphanumeric characters when naming files or folders, and improvements to the internal time-stamping feature when using the MOVE and COPY operations respectively. For customers updating from v1.02 firmware, the v1.03 added features are included in the v1.10 update. ( v 1.03 enhancements include updated support for a wider range of SD memory cards, and improvements to guarantee stability in high temperature environments.) With the new V1.10 firmware update, Roland once again demonstrates its commitment to excellence in the marketplace.

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Roland Corporation U.S. is a leading manufacturer and distributor of electronic musical instruments including keyboards and synthesizers, guitar products, electronic percussion kits, digital recording equipment, amplifiers and audio processing devices. With over 25 years of musical instrument development, Roland sets the standards in music technology for the world.





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