German company Tentacle Sync has released the TRACK E Timecode Audio Recorder. Designed to easily fit in your pocket for recording on the go, it can be used as a recorder for a clip-on microphones eliminating the need for a radio-link.
The TRACK E Timecode Audio Recorder offers timecode synchronisation over Bluetooth based on Tentacle Sync technology. This means that the TRACK E will work in environments where regular wireless transmitters fail.
Controllable through the Setup App for iOS or Android, it seamless integrates into the SYNC E synchronisation network by the push of a button via Bluetooth. But the TRACK E does not necessarily need a SYNC E device to operate – it can easily function as a stand-alone device and can be jam-synced via cable.
In addition to the ability to record with 24-bit depth, TRACK E also features 32-bit floating point technology for a significantly extended dynamic range. 32 bit floating point also means that no digital clipping will occur, making the TRACK E a versatile set-&-forget-device that will always deliver high quality audio. With the TRACK E users can treat audio in a similar way as photographers use the RAW camera photo format – all details can be adjusted in post production, significantly reducing the preparation time before you start shooting.
The TRACK E uses a changeable SDcard for recording the audio. An input limiter and a high-pass filter guarantee for pristine recording quality. A screwable mini jack connector offers maximum security for connecting microphones. The TRACK E features plugin power for supporting a wide range of microphones. A free license of Tentacle Sync Studio (Mac) is included with every TRACK E purchase.