Zoom H4n Pro Digital Multi-Track Recorder

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Four-channel recording up to 24-bit, 96khz
Built-in stereo x/y microphones, up to 140db spl
2 xlr/trs inputs with locking connectors

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New. And Improved. ZOOM H4N PRO Record cleaner, clearer, and closer than ever before. Brilliant Four-Track Audio Recording for Music, Film, Podcasting, and Beyond At Zoom we’re always developing new ideas to improve the performance and function of our Handy Recorders. With the new H4n Pro, we’ve taken everything creators love about the H4n and brought it to the next level.

Four-channel recording up to 24-bit, 96khz
Built-in stereo x/y microphones, up to 140db spl
2 xlr/trs inputs with locking connectors
4-in/2-out USB audio interface
Records directly to SD/SDHC cards up to 32GB

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Specification: Zoom H4n Pro Digital Multi-Track Recorder

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Extendable Memory Capacity (GB) 32
Model Number h4n pro
Number of Tracks 4
Number of Inputs 1
Number of Outputs 1
Audio Quality 24-bit × 128
Formats Supported (WAV 44.1 kHz, 16-bit stereo track), (MP3 44.1 kHz, 128 kbps stereo track)
Display Yes
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Current Price Rs. 16,068August 21, 2020
Highest PriceRs. 16,068June 15, 2020
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Rs. 16,068June 15, 2020
  • All prices mentioned above are in Indian Rupee.
  • This product is available at Amazon, Flipkart.
  • At amazon.in you can purchase Zoom H4n Pro Digital Multi-Track Recorder for only Rs. 16,068, which is 16% less than the cost in Flipkart (Rs. 19,200).
  • The lowest price of Zoom h4n pro 4 Tracks Digital Multi-track Recorder was obtained on August 21, 2020 5:22 pm.

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  1. CastaSounds

    This is one of the best recorders that Zoom offers right now. The quality of the microphones is probably one of the best in this class at this price. It can be used outdoors as well as indoors. As a pianist I can say that the recording is good for your personal rehearsals.However there are 2 major problems with the product. The first is the insanely long startup time of over 30 seconds. This makes any kind of spontaneous recording next to impossible as the recorder takes a lot of time to boot. The second problem is with the company selling the essential tool kit as an extra 3000 Rupees bundle. It gets you an adapter, a USB cable, a noise filter and 2 more cables. To add insult to injury, the accessory kit of a “Field Recorder” DOES NOT INCLUDE A HOT SHOE MOUNT. How am I supposed to connect this thing with a camera without a hot shoe mount. If you are selling a 3K worth accessory pack, then include that.The recorder though is great, but yes the accessory pack is a necessary but highly overpriced addition.

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  2. ANURAG

    I bought this during the pre-Diwali sale for INR12,759 from Cloudtail, with 10% cashback on top of it for using SBI card. This made the product as cheap as the U.S. street price. Packaging date is Sep 2017, only a month old! But one catch, my unit is an import (grey market?) from Zoom North America, it came with a warranty card probably valid for North America only. Maybe factory refurbished units from US are finding their way into third world countries? The recorder, however, did seem brand new.Now onto the product review (from field recording perspective):Onboard mics: They are overly bright and crisp sounding, having good transient response, but sadly very much noisy, making them useful only for some amateur grade loud sfx recordings. Bass response is lacking though, recordings will sound a bit ‘hollow’, like they are coming through a low cut filter, even when none is applied.Wind sensitivity: Being cardioid mics, it is there as usual; a furry like Rode deadkitten is a must outdoors, but this destroys some of the crisp highs the mics offer. Much better but impractical setup is placing the recorder in a small blimp. Downside is the time to setup and diy all this, lack of portability and lack of access to recording controls while the recorder records inside the blimp. But in some short sfx recordings with known levels, recording position and time of action (e.g. train sound effects), the trouble may be worth it. (I use my broken Cinecity blimp, cut to reduce the length, then glued at one end.This was inspired by field recordist Watson Wu, who cut a Rode blimp to make a ‘Mini me blimp’ which is much more portable and practical for small mics.)Stereo Separation: Even at 90 degrees XY pattern, the recorder produces a nice stereo pattern. Although 120 degrees wide XY pattern gives better stereo separation, it can sometimes result a hole in the middle.Preamp gain and phantom power quality: I doubt if I’ll ever connect external mics to it, as I already own much better quality Sound Devices mixers. When using onboard mics, I never go above level 50 due to noise issues.Battery life: Decent in stamina mode using Eneloops, though much worse than Sony PCM-M10.Bootup time: 20 seconds with Sandisk 8gb class 10 SDHC card with 80MB/s speed. Might be a deal breaker for some people.Portability: Not very portable at all, heavy, clumsy, too large for one-handed operation.Comparison with Sony PCM-M10: I bought this to complement my other portable recorder Sony PCM-M10 (now discontinued). While Sony may sound much melodic and natural for voice and music due to its generous low and midbass, when outdoors, the omni mics pick up low frequency noise like crazy from all directions, have extremely poor stereo image, cannot handle high SPLs without brickwalling distortion, and sound very dull from distance due to rolled off highs. However, Sony offers much more clean gain than Zoom, making Sony perfect choice for quiet ambient recordings and birdcalls. Sony has smooth analog gain control knob unlike Zoom, so gain riding is possible without recording any sound of button-pressing, as in case of Zoom.True, there are some common reliability problems with this model, like broken headphone jack, dead/jammed XLR port, rattling mic – but there are plenty of online repair videos too, as this is a very popular lineup of portable recorders. Ultimately, I feel this is a very good value for money for hobbyists, as they can’t afford a Nagra-SD / Sony PCM-D100 / Olympus LS-100.Update Q4-2019: This is still working properly (but it was not used much). However, I feel that the UI is very bad, compared to Sony’s M10. There are too many buttons haphazardly laid out, and I cannot exit from menu if I hit stop button. The long bootup time and lack of a dedicated silent gain knob are annoying too.

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  3. Victor Marak

    Sound quality is very good indeed, but for vintage samplers like the MPC line or the SP 404 series and similar, it seems the gain inputs distort the XLR/Line in combo inputs A and B, without care that is. While these samplers hookup with ease between each other, I have had to noticeably reduce gain to ensure no distorted inputs which says a lot about the default power output in those vintage gears. The MTR mode is truly good, given that it works like a tape machine, not as much as a looper or sampler (no inbuilt looping mode) but excels in its intended purpose. For recording a looper just get a looper. The bounce feature and inputs monitoring work flawlessly, latency is nil and audio signal is internally routed for highest resolution. The metronome feature during recording is a necessity and its great to have it. The fact that you can monitor the built in guitar and bass fx and amps settings is a game changer as recording is seamless. You can directly record what you hear. The built in mics are great with adjustable stereo fields. In MTR mode you can monitor both inputs A and B and record both too which is like full duplex recording without a laptop overhead, the default mic input is another recording source, with an external mic input provided as well. Literally guitar, bass and vocals can be recorded in sync in this hand held unit. I am mostly using it for MTR mode and guitar/bass fx processing on the go.The fx is certainly useable and with a little tweaking shines through, mind you, its not a multi fx chaining fx powerhouse but for a bread and butter toolkit that does the job when used well. It certainly beats adding another hardware FX processor on the go.Stereo mode is great for regular field recording. I use a 32GB card and it starts up well in time, some 25 seconds bootup is not at all an inconvenience, and certainly not as lagging as some folks might like to imagine. If you are used to working with a lot of hardware gear, vintage samplers, drum machines and so on, the operation is highly intuitive, just focus on the menu button, scroll wheel and press down button at the right side. Play pause and record and transport are right at the face plate. Selection of inputs or recording tracks is also right at the faceplate. All this becomes muscle memory in no time.I use it for music production, beat track drafts, music transcription, demos, field recording, multi track recording, I can imagine using it for ASMR or podcasts and film making too..The stamina mode that is enabled by a switch inside the battery compartment which must be turned on before closing the battery compartment and rebooting your unit, works as intended.I don’t find the added plastic case goofy as some might try to say, its a very well designed hard plastic case that saves added costs on procuring one, Zoom has given a lot of thought with this and it shows.Tip, buy the USB 5V power cable for H4n Pro and connect with phone power banks for a really long lasting performace time.Also read the manual well, its a good booklet and all features are described step by step.Good luck to future buyers, you will be a proud owner, and at this price its truly a step.

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