Micro-Recorder

Description[edit]

A Micro-Recorder is a small but powerful microphone/recorder device used to record and store sounds in digital format. Approximately the size of a fountain pen (with many built to look and even function as one), the device can record and store up to one hour of high-quality sound on a single chip. When used on low-quality mode it can store up to ten hours of sound, however this mode is less useful in crowded or noisy situations as the ability to differentiate the desired sound from background noise is harder.[1]

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Specifications[edit]

Item: Micro-Recorder[2]
Equipment Ratings: C/A-B-B/A
Cost: 100
Affilation: None
Mass: 150g
Power use: 0.5 Power Point per Hour

References[edit]

  1. Lostech, p. 105, "Micro-Recorder"
  2. A Time of War, p. 302, "Audio/Video/Trideo Equipment - Recording Devices"

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