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FR-2LE
Field Memory Recorder (Chapter 5: Recording/playback)
The "HPF" item in the quick setup mode allows you to select on or off for the high-pass
filter (the default is "OFF").
The filter of the unit is a high-pass type with a cutoff frequency of 100 Hz and a slope
of -12 dB/oct. This filter is effective to prevent the unwanted wind noise or low-fre-
quency noise when you make outdoor recording using an external microphone.
The filter is effective to both the L and R channels.
HPF (High Pass Filter) on/off setting (if needed)
The "ALC" item in the quick setup mode allows you to enable the auto level control
function or the limiter When you record a microphone signal, use of the limiter func-
tion will help prevent clipping audio and keep the appropriate recording signal level.
The setting is effective to both the L and R channels.
ALC (Auto Level Control) setting (if needed)
Off (default)
On The ALC (Auto Level Control) function is enabled.
Both the ALC and the limiter functions are disabled.
<Tip>: You can also make ALC setting using the "ALC" item on the "Setup" menu in the
MENU mode (see page 91).
<Tip>: You can also make HPF on/off setting using the "HPF" item on the "Setup" menu in
the MENU mode (see page 92).
The "P48" item in the quick setup mode allows you to select on or off for the phantom
power (the default is "Off").
If you make recording using a condenser microphone which requires the phantom
power, set this item to "ON". The phantom power is supplied to the [ANALOG IN] XLR
connectors of the L and R channels.
Phantom power on/off setting (if needed)
<Tip>: You can also make phantom power on/off setting using the "Phantom" item on the
"Setup" menu in the MENU mode (see page 95).
The "SRC" item in the quick setup mode allows you to select the recording source
between an external source fed to the [ANALOG IN] connector or the internal
microphones. When you use the internal microphones, you can select high or low
sensitivity according to the sound source level or the distance between the sound
source and the unit.
Recording source selection (must)
INPUT (default)
I. MIC L The internal microphones at low sensitivity (16 dB)
An external source fed to the [ANALOG IN] connector
<Tip>: You can also make recording source selection using the "Source sel" item on the
"Setup" menu in the MENU mode (see page 94).
I. MIC H The internal microphones at high sensitivity (32 dB)
LIMIT The limiter function is enabled.
<Note>:
When you make recording using the internal microphones, the [MIC TRIM] and
the recording level controls are not effective.
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