Sony BM-246 4 Channel Recorder
The feature-rich BM-246 Court/Confer-Corder unit has the professional credentials that qualify it for widespread acceptance in courtrooms, board rooms, meeting rooms, and any place where a permanent record of proceedings must be kept, with no room for error. The BM-246 four channel/four track recorder can provide up to 6 hours of uninterrupted recording on two single standard cassettes. It is equipped with highly accurate, independent 5-digit LED counters and an automatic search function which makes locating specific tape segments fast and easy. Its many exciting features make the BM-246 the ideal system for any court and conference application.
  • Dual Cassette Operation accommodates two individual cassettes and permits single-deck or automatic changeover operation (one deck records while the other plays back)
  • 2-Speed Operation for recording time up to 6 hours without interruption
  • 4-Track, 4-Channel Recording permits monitoring of individual voices or playback of independent conservations
  • Independent Record Signal Indicators
  • Standard Cassette System uses readily available cassettes for recording and playback convenience using a variety of tape lengths
  • Automatic Return to Record-End
  • Key-Lock Security with two-position on/off operation allows for security of recorded cassettes
  • Variable Speed Playback provides for slower than normal or faster than normal playback for transcribing convenience
  • 3-Function Foot Control is available, to let the transcriber change mode from Play to Rewind to Fast-Forward without removing hands from the keyboard
  • 5-Digit LED Counters have battery back-up, and are independent to permit control and monitoring of each deck separately
  • Easy Search Function quickly locates particular tape segments automatically
  • Built-In Speaker atop the unit for playback
  • Speed/Tone/Volume Controls are individual slider-type, front panel mounted, to allow easy one finger adjustment for transcribing convenience
  • 8 Cannon XLR Mic Jacks (two per channel) prevent accidental microphone removal and allow for extended audio coverage without radio Frequency interference