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The DRP-1 Standalone Recording Unit is an independent digital rack mountable device that lets you record and playback in one cohesive unit. Its compact, single rackspace design ensures discreet integration into your existing setup, making this the perfect addition for DJs of all types as well as musicians, bars, clubs, schools, houses of worship or anywhere else that requires high-quality audio recording. Record with ease as the DRP-1 unit includes ports for direct playback and recording to USB or SD card for your convenience. To suit your recording needs, the DRP-1 offers a variety of MP3 formats or in WAV 44.1kHz/16-bit as well as Stereo and Mono modes. Downloading is simple and fast via the included USB cable, or eject your storage device and insert directly into your PC or Mac computer system. The DRP-1 unit hosts a plethora of inputs and outputs for every connecting advantage adding to its utility. Hook up mics, keyboards and other electronic instruments for an array of recording options. If you’re really ambitious, you can even record an entire band by capturing natural soundboard audio using the RCA line input, stereo RCA line output, XLR/Â¼-inch combo mic input and balanced XLR outputs. A large full-color LCD screen makes it easier than ever to scroll through files and folders using the Search Jog Wheel. While recording, the screen will clearly indicate info like file format, track time, file number and remaining device storage space. The DRP-1’s flexible options, low profile and sleek design turn your existing set-up into a powerful recording tool that will shock everyone. At Gemini, our goal is to design products that offer value and innovation in the DJ and Pro Audio markets. Since 1974, weâve evolved and thrived by understanding the needs of our customers and recognizing industry trends. From our humble beginnings, we understood the potential of the DJ movement, and our ability to support this movement not only helped us grow as a company, it helped DJs gain recognition and esteem, calling deserved attention to their roles as artists and performers.