Sennheiser Certifies Zoom Recorders For AMBEO Recording

The Zoom F6 and F8n field recorders have been certified for AMBEO recording by Sennheiser.

Sennheiser said the Zoom models now use AMBEO A-B software, which directly converts the A signals of Sennheiser's AMBEO VR Mic to processing-compatible Ambisonics B-format.

The Zoom F6 is a professional field recorder featuring both 32-bit float recording and dual AD converters, providing an unprecedented amount of dynamic range. 

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