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The Zoom H2 recorder was rescheduled for delivery today, but something tells me that it won't arrive until tomorrow. I was able to find more reviews on it, though. The best ones I found were HERE and HERE
The anticipation of its arrival continues to tease and tantalize.
It sounds like the mics on the H2 might be so good that for a live performance I'd be better off setting it on the stage rather than lining out of the mixing board.
Also just came across THIS interesting video of tests with the H2

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