Roland's line of CD based digital audio recorders has a long history of solid quality and many useful features. The new Roland CD-2i digital audio recorder shares a very similar visual design to it's predecessor, the CD-2e but replaces the old slot loading CD drive with a tray based drive and a greatly improved navigation system including larger, illuminated buttons. Still, the CD-2i remains a mostly practice and rehearsal oriented recording and playback device due to some missing features that are describe lower in this review. Selling for around $600 at retail, the Roland CD-2i has a mid-range price tag for this type of table top digital audio recording device but is it worth the money?
It's taken a long time to go from announcement to release, but Blue Microphones is now selling its newest, most advanced version of the popular Mikey series, the Mikey Digital. Was it worth the wait? Read on to find out.
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