AK Recorder

$ 699.00

$ 999.00

True Recording With an Astell&Kern Player: AK Recorder 

We at Astell&Kern wanted to go beyond merely listening to music to creating it. With the help of the ultimate in technology that is represented in each Astell&Kern product, we envisioned a device that goes beyond any other product available and that which fulfills the highest possible synergy.

The AK Recorder is a modular recorder product and designed to be used in combination with any AK300 Series (AK380, AK320, AK300). It delivers live high quality recording and playback of vocals and instrumentals.

This portable and handy recorder offers a wide range of features, such as DSD 5.6MHz recording (the first of its kind in a portable recorder), support for professional condenser microphones through independent phantom power, detailed control of microphones and pre-amplifier gains, an interface that spans both analog and digital, a digital limiter for professionals, peak hold, low cut filter, and support for a number of recording options including pre-recording. 

  • Records in DSD 5.6MHz
  • Support for professional condenser microphones through independent phantom power
  • Granular control of microphones and pre-amplifier gains
  • Interface that spans both the analog and digital
  • Digital limiter for professionals
  • Peak hold, low cut filter, and support for a number of recording capabilities including pre-recording
  • Supports remote controlling via Wi-Fi: start/pause recording, adjust gain, view level meters in real-time, and access other professional features with just a touch
Available in two kit options:
  • AK Recorder Single Kit:
    • AK Recorder Device
    • Mini XLR to XLR Cables x 2
    • Quick Start Guide
    • Warranty Card
  • AK Recorder Stereo MIC Kit:
    • AK Recorder Device
    • DPA SC4061 MIC x 2
    • Mini XLR to XLR Cable x 2
    • MIC Stand
    • Tripod Grip
    • Magnet Mount
    • Universal Mount
    • String Holder
    • Wind Screen
    • Quick Start Guide
    • Warranty Card
Check out our blog post on the AK Recorder for more information! Click here.