Swedish electronics brand Teenage Engineering has unveiled its latest offering, a sleek, pocket-sized audio recorder.
Engineered to accommodate 128 GB of audio content, the TP-7 is perfect for capturing high-resolution sound, music and voice for interviews, podcasts, voice notes, live gigs and field recording. The gadget comes equipped with a motorised tape reel, offering visual cues and facilitating recording capture, audio scrubbing, pausing and menu navigation. The device's side-mounted rocker also allows for easy audio scrubbing.
Coupled with its dedicated mobile app, the TP-7 makes transcription as easy as pressing a button. Features such as text-to-audio editing, support for other languages, and additional functionalities are set to roll out in the future.
"There are thoughts, ideas and fragments that - for the sake of humanity -we need to record and be able to return to as a reference, as a seed for new thoughts or just to remember another time. TP–7 is built for just that, to record sound, music, interviews and important ideas with zero friction in the highest possible quality. A device engineered in every detail to do only one thing and to do it well. A dedicated piece of hardware for ideas, or just a dirty riff", an official Teenage Engineering post reads.
"TP–7 field recorder features an internal mic and speaker, as well as three stereo two-way jacks, to be used as either inputs or outputs, for connecting external mics, headphones, studio monitors, or any other audio equipment like TX–6 or OP–1 field. Use usb-c for multi-channel audio interface, MIDI, data transfer and charging. Ble and MFi give you wireless connectivity. TP–7 also includes our 6.35 mm to 3.5 mm jack adapter. add to that 128 GB of internal storage and you can preserve 5 minutes of ideas a day for 20 years."
Dive into the TP-7's technical specifications and features here.