The ZFR300 is a compact and lightweight time code referenced audio recorder. It’s modeled after the TRX900LA, so it’s slightly taller than the ZFR200 and has a better run time since it’s powered by two AA batteries instead of one. The ZFR300 records on microSD cards and has a built-in SMPTE timecode reader / generator. The unit can receive timecode via a manual jam, the IFB100 or the ZaxNet 2.4 GHz wireless network. Files can be output as either 24 bit / 48 KHz timecode stamped broadcast WAV files or timecode stamped MP3’s.
It’s a great replacement for wireless mics on reality television type productions where there is poor RF range, interference issues, or when no available frequencies are present. With a timecode jam, any quantity of ZFR’s can be used in sync all day. The built-in timecode generator is accurate within one frame over a six hour period. The unit is powered with two AA batteries. It can run up to 12 hours using lithium or rechargeables or up to eight hours using alkaline batteries.
The ZFR300 also features a fault tolerant recording system. If a memory card is ejected or accidentally turned off while recording, there will be no audio loss prior to the point of interruption. Both record / stop and continuous loop recording are supported as well. It is also equipped with Zaxcom's Neverclip system, which allows for a clean and undistorted signal even in the presence of high dB sound.
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