I have a Zoom H6 Handy Recorder in as-new condition that’s surplus to requirements. It can be yours for just $360, including shipping anywhere within Australia. [Update: No, it’s been sold.]
The H6 is essentially a six-channel recording studio in a handy portable form. Check the product page and the full technical specifications for the wonder.
You get everything that’s in the picture:
- Zoom H6 Handy Recorder
- X/Y mic capsule
- Mid-Side mic capsule
- SD memory card
- USB cable
- 4 x AA batteries
- Steinberg Cubase LE software
- Protective case
This near-new unit has been used for just two location recordings. So the box has been opened, and slightly torn in one spot, but everything is in excellent condition.
The recommended retail price for a new Zoom H6 is $679, but I paid $504 for this one, and I’ve seen street prices as low as $379. This unit also comes with a two-year extended warranty, valid to 1 July 2016, priced at $79.
This Zoom H6 Handy Recorder can be yours for just $360. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +61 407 623 600.
Despite my early enthusiasm for Blogjune, saying I’d join various others in writing a blog post ever day this month, I’ve decided to give it a miss.
While I do want to be writing more of the essays I used to write, I’ve got plenty to be getting on with — including The 9pm Edict podcast, figuring out what to do with Corrupted Nerds, and of course generating more paying work.
Once I’d fallen a couple of days behind, the “commitment” to this arbitrary project was really only causing stress, without generating much in the way of benefits. So I’m quite happy to have dropped it.
The five Blogjune posts I did write are all tagged blogjune.
A complete archive of my tweets is now online at stilgherrian.com/twitter. It’s browseable. It’s searchable. It’s updated every hour at one minute past the hour. And it’s made possible by Twitter Nest by Andy Graulund @graulund and, for importing the archive, @tralafiti. Enjoy.
Following my comments about Prime Minister Tony Abbott yesterday, this video profile of Abbott by American TV host John Oliver on Last Week Tonight seems a suitable counterpoint.
Tony Abbott – Last Week Tonight by Syd07
Besides, I’ve written enough today, namely two pieces related to Apple’s announcements, one for Crikey and one for ZDNet Australia.
[This is one of 30 daily posts I’m writing during Blogjune. See them all under the tag blogjune, or subscribe to the RSS feed.]
“At the going down of the sun, and in the morning, we are open for business,” tweeted @bernieb last night, adding, “As I stand here on Anzac Cove, I’m reminded of just how terrible a place Australia was before I became Prime Minister.” An utterly crass scenario, no?
@bernieb’s scenario is fictional, but it precisely mirrors the tone-deaf pollution of a D-Day Commemoration message with grubby day-to-day politics committed by Prime Minister Tony Abbott yesterday.
My reaction was to groan rather than laugh. but there was plenty of laughter to be had watching the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) go into damage control.
Continue reading “Tone-Deaf Abbott no statesman, never will be [blogjune02]”
I’ve never been much of a joiner. I don’t play nice with other children. Well, more them with me, the vicious little bastards. But I’ve joined Constance Wiebrands’s Blogjune project this year anyway. I suspect it was a stupid decision.
“What the fuck did you sign up to that for,” screams my alleged professional side.
“You’ve got leads for paying work you could follow up. But no, you’re pissing away time on things like 5at5. You did an episode of Corrupted Nerds this week, which doesn’t have any income yet, when you’d already been paid to do another episode of The 9pm Edict in May and you only just managed to sneak that in before midnight last night. What’s wrong with you?”
Continue reading “Blogjune, yes, but why? [blogjune01]”