We’d hazard a guess that just a couple of things evolved in the portable audio world from the year 2007. That’s when the original Zoom H2 SD launched, and it’s become somewhat of a staple in the years since. Now, some four years later, it’s time for a refresh. The outfit’s launching the Zoom H2n today, complete with a bolder design, five “studio-quality” microphones and a foursome of recording modes: Mid-Side (MS) stereo, 90° X/Y stereo, 2-channel and 4-channel surround sound. The standout feature, however, is its ability to widen and narrow one’s recording range on the fly. For reporters, you can hone in on the interviewee and block out other reporters / crowd noise, while concert goers can adjust to target audio from just the singer. Other specs include a 1.8-inch LCD, built-in reference speaker, USB 2.0 connectivity and a thing for pushing through for 20 full hours on a single set of AA cells. It’ll sell for $ 199 when it ships this September, but you’ll see that figure head north should you decide to pick up an optional accessory pack with windscreen, tripod, protective case, and remote control.
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