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The Teenage Engineering recently released the TP-7 Field Recorder, promising to deliver “zero friction in the highest possible quality.” Priced at $1,499, this recorder is not for the faint-hearted but caters to the crème de la crème of audio enthusiasts, interviewers, and recording engineers who demand nothing but the best.

With its four top-notch condenser microphones, including a built-in stereo pair and an extra pair for maximum recording flexibility, the TP-7 takes capturing sound to a whole new level while allowing you to record in various formats like WAV, FLAC, and MP3, while fine-tuning sample rates and bit depths to your heart’s content. It also includes a spacious 16GB internal memory and an SD card slot for expandable storage, so you’ll have more than enough room for all interviews, podcasts, or whatever else you may use the TP-7 for.

Now, I won’t sugarcoat it – the TP-7’s price tag may raise a few eyebrows, but it’s a small price to pay for the unrivaled audio quality and versatility that this compact recorder brings to the table.

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