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Zoom has been building innovative, great-sounding products for the past thirty years. But with the revolutionary H6-their most versatile portable recorder ever-the bar is raised further still. Four interchangeable input capsules-X/Y, MS, Shotgun, and Dual XLR/TRS Combo-make the H6 the ultimate chameleon of the audio world, and its advanced preamps make it the best-sounding one too. Whatever your application-live recording, professional film/video work, or broadcast ENG (electronic news gathering), etc.-the H6 can handle it with ease. Comes with X/Y and MS mic capsules. Shotgun and Dual XLR/TRS combo are optional.

Audio connections: inputs
The H6 offers four main inputs (1-4), plus two additional inputs (L, R) that are derived from whichever capsule (X/Y, MS, Shotgun, or Dual XLR/TRS Combo) is plugged into the unit. The supplied XYH-6 X/Y capsule also provides a secondary input for connecting an external mic- or line-level signal via a stereo 1/8" Mic/Line In mini phone jack. When a connection is made to that jack, signal from the X/Y microphones is muted.

All four main H6 inputs (inputs 1-4) are combo connectors that can accept either XLR or 1/4" balanced or unbalanced phone cables. They can handle both mic and line-level signals, which means that you can connect either external microphones or line-level devices like mixers, portable music players, electronic keyboards, or electric guitars or basses with active electronics (passive electric guitars or basses can also be connected with the use of a mixer or effects device). Internal switching contacts automatically detect the circuit of choice.

Audio connections: outputs
The H6 Line Out is an unbalanced stereo 1/8" phone jack, located on the bottom of the H6, beneath the LCD display. It carries the analog stereo output signal, as determined by the H6's internal mixer. The H6 USB port, located on the side panel to the right of the LCD display, provides a digital output of either a stereo mix or the six individual input signals, depending upon the setting of the "Audio Interface" function in the USB menu.

In addition, the H6 provides a headphone output with a dedicated volume control, located on the side panel to the left of the LCD display. Connect your headphones to the stereo 1/8" mini phone jack for private monitoring of the stereo output signal. The H6 even has a built-in speaker, located on the underside of the unit, for fast monophonic monitoring of the recorded signal without the need to make any connections whatsoever. This speaker is automatically disconnected when connection is made to either the Line Out or Headphone output.

Features
  • Microphones
  • Built-in mics: 2
  • Configuration: X/Y, M/S swappable
  • Type: Uni/bidirectional
  • External mic input: XLR/TRS combo x 4
  • Audio quality
  • Bit rate: 16/24
  • Sampling frequency: 44.1/48/96kHz
  • Formats: WAV/MP3
  • Outputs
  • Headphone: 3.5mm
  • Audio out: 3.5mm
  • Storage and media
  • Type(s): SD, SDHC, SDXC
  • Capacity: 128GB
  • Hard drive Not applicable
  • Connectivity
  • USB: Yes
  • Other
  • Number of tracks: 6
  • Phantom power: 12V, 24V, 48V
  • Auto limiter: Yes
  • Width: 3.06"
  • Depth: 6.01"
  • Height: 1.88"
  • Weight: 10oz
  • Battery type: AA x 4
  • Battery life (app.): 21 hours
  • Built-in speaker: Yes
  • Power supply: Sold separately
Specifications
  • Recording media: 16MB-2GB SD cards
    4GB-32GB SDHC cards
    64GB-128GB SDXC cards
    Inputs Inputs L/R XY mic (XYH-6)
    Mic Type: Unidirectional
    Sensitivity: -41 dB, 1 kHz at 1 Pa
    Input Gain: -ˆž to 46.5 dB
    Maximum Sound Pressure Input: 136 dB SPL
    [MIC/LINE IN]
    Connector: 1/8" stereo mini jack
    Input Gain: -ˆž to 46.5 dB
    Input Impedance: 2 kÎ
    Plug-in Power: 2.5V supported
    MS mic (MSH-6)
    Mic Types: Unidirectional and bi-directional
    Sensitivity: -37 dB, 1 kHz at 1 Pa (unidirectional),
    -39 dB, 1 kHz at 1 Pa (bi-directional)
    Input Gain: -ˆž to 42.5 dB
    Maximum Sound Pressure Input: 120 dB SPL (unidirectional),
    122 dB SPL (bi-directional)

    Inputs
    1 to 4 Connectors: XLR/TRS combo jacks
    (XLR: 2 hot / TRS: TIP hot)
    Input Gain (PAD OFF): -ˆž to 55.5 dB
    Input Gain (PAD ON): -ˆž to 35.5 dB
    Input Impedance 6.8kÎ
    Maximum Input Level: +22 dBu (PAD ON)
    Phantom Power: +12V / +24V / +48V
    Equivalent Input Noise (EIN): -120 dBu or less

    Outputs
    Line Out Connector: 1/8" stereo mini jack
    Rated Output Level: -10 dBu
    (when output load impedance is 10 kÎ or more)
    Phone Out: Connector: 1/8" stereo mini jack
    Output Level: 20 W + 20 W (into 32Î load)

    Built-in Speaker: 400 mW/8 Î mono speaker
    Recording Formats: [WAV setting]
    Sampling Frequency: 44.1/48/96kHz
    Bit Rate: 16/24-bit (Mono/Stereo, BWF-compliant)
    Maximum Simultaneous Recording Tracks: 8 tracks (6 tracks + L/R backup)
    Backup recording: 12dB lower than set L/R input gain
    [MP3 setting]
    Sampling Frequency: 44.1kHz Bit Rate: 48-320 kbps
    Maximum Simultaneous Recording Tracks: 2 tracks
    Recording Time
    (with 2GB card) 03:08:00 (44.1kHz/16-bit WAV)
    34:43:00 (128kbps MP3)
    Display 2.0-inch full-color LCD (320 x 240 pixels)
    USB [Mass Storage Class operation]
    Class: USB2.0 High Speed
    [Audio Interface operation: Multi-track mode]
    Class: USB2.0 High Speed
    Inputs / Outputs: 6 / 2
    Sampling Frequency: 44.1/48/96kHz
    Bit Rate: 16/24bit
    Note: Use with Windows requires a driver, but Macintosh does not.
    [Audio Interface operation: Stereo mode]
    Class: USB2.0 Full Speed
    Inputs / Outputs: 2 / 2
    Sampling Frequency: 44.1/48kHz
    Bit Rate: 16 bit
    Note: iPad operation supported in stereo mode only.
    Battery Life (with alkaline battery) XY mic, 44.1kHz/16-bit (stereo x 1): 21 hours
    XY mic and Inputs 1, 2, 3 and 4 used, 96kHz/24-bit (stereo x 3): 9 hours 45 minutes
    Note: The above times are estimates. Approximate continuous recording times when using battery power were calculated using our own testing method. They may differ greatly depending on operating conditions.
    Power AA size (LR6) battery x 4
    AC adapter: AD-17 (DC5V/1A/USB-type) (optional)
    USB bus power
    Dimensions H6: 77.8mm(W)x 152.8mm(D)x 47.8mm(H)
    Weight H6ï¼ 280g (without batteries)
    Included Accessories Operation manual, XYH-6 X/Y mic capsule, MSH-6 MS mic capsule, SD card (2GB), AA size (LR6) battery x 4, Cubase LE Software, WSH-6S Foam Windscreen, USB Cable, Case
    Optional Accessories SGH-6 Shotgun mic capsule
    EXH-6 Dual XLR/TRS Combo capsule
    HS-1 Hot Shoe Mount
    APH-6 Accessory Pack (includes RCH-6 wired Remote Controller, AD-17 USB-type AC adapter, WSH-6H Hairy Windscreen)
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ZoomH6 Handy Recorder
 
4.5

(based on 18 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (11)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (5)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 1 Stars

     

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100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Versatile (13)
  • Easy to use (11)
  • Excellent sound (11)
  • Compact (10)
  • Good power output (8)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Performances (10)
  • Outdoor events / games (9)
  • Professional recording (8)
  • Home studio (6)
  • Amateur recording (5)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Professional musician (8), Experienced (4)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

So far, so good

This is actually a very powerful and reliable product, despite its negative reviews in many places. Unless you are producing a professional pop album or Hollywood movie, there is not really a need...Read complete review

This is actually a very powerful and reliable product, despite its negative reviews in many places. Unless you are producing a professional pop album or Hollywood movie, there is not really a need to overbuy, spending 2k or more, until you really know mid-level machines and have a real need to upgrade.

The startup time is short, unless you are too impatient to wait 5 seconds. It comes with a sweet case, but that's a little small, so the accessory pack barely fits and only after removing a bunch of stuff. The noise levels of the preamps are relatively quiet if you know how to record audio properly. Can't say much for anyone who only records with the gain up to 10. There are great extra features too, such as a tuner and the ability to have a backup recording at -12 db in case you clip. That's just the beginning. So far the battery life is safe, so I'm very happy all around. Even with its big size, it's much more mobil than an entire studio setup.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Lots of H4n features missing, very disappointed!!

I think the Zoom H6 Handy Recorder is a great product and well ahead of its competitors in a number of areas. However, whether you will like this recorder depends on what you want...Read complete review

I think the Zoom H6 Handy Recorder is a great product and well ahead of its competitors in a number of areas. However, whether you will like this recorder depends on what you want to do with it. The recording level dials, the docking feature for mics and extra inputs, better quality color LCD screen and better sound quality due to improved preamps are all great new feaures over thos on the H4n. I owned an H4n before this. I loved what I could do with it, but a number of things were very frustrating to deal with. I sold the H4n and purchased the H6 in mid-January based on extensive preliminary research on the H6 and comparisons between the H4n and H6. All reviews were extremely positive. I purchased based on a review I saw on Amazon.com. The reviewer said that he had contacted Zoom Tech Support about some feature that the H4n had, and he couldn't find on the H6. He said Zoom assured him that the H6 could do anything the H4n could plus more. I took this to mean that all features and functionality of the H4n were still present on the H6. Nothing could be further from the truth! I got burned by believing this statement. My main use for the H4n and the H6 is to record songs with a band I am in. Critical to me are the overdubbing features, as I am using the recorder as a small home recording studio. I didn't explore the overdubbing functionality the H6 until about 2 months after I bought it. Much to my surprise, I discovered that about 95% of the overdubbing functionality that was in the old H4n recorder is no longer present in the H6! At that point, it was too late to return the unit. As I got more familiar with the H6, I found a number of other important features of the H4n that were also missing on the H6. The following H4n features are missing from the H6: 1) The ability to go to any point in a recorded project when overdubbing to fix mistakes, or add a new overdubbed part anywhere within the song. On the H6 you can only start at the beginning of a song and overdub the entire song or stop it somewhere within the song. There is no ability to move to any point in the song. The only buttons that work in overdub mode are the track selector buttons to choose your track, the record and stop buttons. This was a critical feature for me, and it doesn't exist on the H6. 2) The ability to punch in and punch out of record at pre-determined spots on the timeline in overdub mode either manually or automatically via pre-programming. 3) The ability to use track markers or A/B repeat when in overdub mode. 4) The ability to assign any recorded file to any available track for playback. The lack of this feature forces you to physically switch the mic or instrument being recorded to a different track input when overdubbing to allow simultaneous playback of recorded overdubs. 5) The inclusion of 50 editable effects, including reverb, delay, phase shifter, flanger, wah-wah, pitch shift, and a number of guitar and bass amp simulators that could be applied to tracks recorded in Multi-track mode. 47 of the 50 effects that were included on the H4 were removed from the H6. The compressor, limiter and low-cut filter are the only effects from the H4n that remain on the H6. 6) The ability to manage and delete track marks. On the H6 you can only view a list of track markers, but you are not able to do anything about them, except add more. 7) The ability to delete a recorded "take". A "take" is a concept of the H6, not on the H4n. On the H6 it refers to multiple recordings on the same track. There is no way to delete them once they have been recorded. 8) The ability to delete any recorded track. 9) The ability to rename recorded tracks. 10) The ability to even see the names of the recorded track files on the H6 is now goone. 11) The ability to playback any .wav or .mp3 file. The H6 can only play back the files it creates, or at least ones that use its naming conventions. You can get around items 7-10 by hooking a USB cable between the H6 and a computer and setting the H6 to SD Reader mode, which makes it look like an external drive to the computer. You can then view, rename or delete track files from the computer. However, renamed files will no longer be playable on the H6. Renaming and deleting of recorded files could be done on the H4n itself, without the need to connect to a computer. This is a pretty big list of features that are missing on the H6. Out of all the reviews I read and Youtube comparison videos I watched, not one of them mentioned that all these features that were available on the H4n are now MIA on the H6. Had I known most of the overbubbing functionality was removed from the H6, I probably would not have purchased it. That was one of the main reasons I bought it. I contacted Zoom Tech Support by email. I verified that these features are indeed missing. They also told me that there are no plans to restore these features through a firmware update, so I am completely out of luck. Since the overdub function on the H6 no longer works like it did on the H4n, I figured if I could have the H6 act as an USB audio interface and record directly to the DAW software on my PC, I could get around the limitation. However, I can't seem to get that to work properly either. I downloaded the most recent multi-track driver for the H6 from Zoom's web site, and installed it on my PC. The Zoom driver seems very inconsistent. Sometimes it records, sometimes it does not. Also, it usually creates anywhere from 2-4 additional blank tracks that I have to go back and delete. When I play back the recorded track, I sometimes get a very loud buzzing noise that sounds like a shorting cable. It sounds like the H6 triggers something in the the software. If I close the DAW application and reopen it, everything is back to normal. It just seems very random and inconsistent. I asked Zoom Tech Support about this problem as well, and they never responded.

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5.0

Excellent recorder, versatile and portable

By W

from Fremont, ca

About Me Experienced

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Compact
  • Easy To Use
  • Excellent Sound
  • Low Distortion
  • Powerful
  • Versatile

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Amateur Recording
    • Home Studio
    • Performances

    Comments about Zoom H6 Handy Recorder:

    I use this for my camcorder and recording my own music with drums and keyboard.

     
    4.0

    Product is excellent!! Sold me opened box, wrong adaptor...

    By theNZA

    from SF, CA

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Compact
    • Easy To Use
    • Excellent Sound
    • Low Distortion
    • Powerful
    • Versatile

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Events
      • Home Studio
      • Performances
      • Professional Recording

      Comments about Zoom H6 Handy Recorder:

      the product is fine. the customer service? meh...

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Awesome!

      By Jeff

      from Ephrata PA

      About Me Professional Musician

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Low Distortion
      • Versatile

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Amateur Recording
        • Home Studio
        • Performances

        Comments about Zoom H6 Handy Recorder:

        I can't believe how easy the zoom h6 is to use. I was recording right away. The sound quality is amazing. I love the fact that it's so portable. It's Just Awesome!

         
        4.0

        Small, but a powerful tool for the independent moviemaker.

        By madmonk

        from Hawaii and Oregon

        About Me Experienced

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Compact
        • Easy To Use
        • Excellent Sound
        • Low Distortion
        • Powerful
        • Versatile

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Amateur Recording
          • Events
          • Home Studio
          • Performances
          • Professional Recording

          Comments about Zoom H6 Handy Recorder:

          For sound recording while making quality videos

          (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

           
          3.0

          decent recorder

          By Light Child

          from Los Angeles

          About Me Professional Musician

          Pros

          • Easy To Use
          • Excellent Sound
          • Powerful

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Events
            • Performances

            Comments about Zoom H6 Handy Recorder:

            The main reason for this purchase was because I needed a good stand alone field recorder for filming interviews. That works perfect however, I also got this because I like the 4 and 6 multitrack recording option.
            Sadly, it doesn't operate as a true multitrack recorder because you can't overdub on the same input which would be ideal for singer songwriter or individual musicians (not in a band)

            Other than that, it's pretty much solid,

            (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            love the product and would recommand it!!!!!!

            By reggie mac

            from georgia

            About Me Professional Musician

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Compact
            • Easy To Use
            • Excellent Sound
            • Just What I Needed
            • Low Distortion
            • Powerful
            • Versatile

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Amateur Recording
              • Home Studio
              • Mobile DJ
              • Performances

              Comments about Zoom H6 Handy Recorder:

              me and my daughter use the product for orchestra and band practice and orchestra and band concerts.

              (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Highly reccommend

              By dry creek

              from Oregon

              About Me Novice

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Compact
              • Easy To Use
              • Versatile

              Cons

                Best Uses

                  Comments about Zoom H6 Handy Recorder:

                  I had help setting the features I would use most. After that it was a breeze to use. The mics are sensitive enough to pick up even a weak voice so that it can be understood. We will be able to give this to a tech reluctant user to use successfully with just a quick lesson.

                  (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  5.0

                  Fast and quick, great for Gig recording

                  By Gregory Stampfl

                  from dumont, nj

                  Comments about Zoom H6 Handy Recorder:

                  I needed a recorder that didn't take any time to setup to record gigs, and video. This unit fit the bill. I used it on the main audio portion for the recent band video and the quality was great. I recorder 2 left right channels off the main bd 2 live zoom mikes (comes with the unit) and 2 channels sub vocals. 6 channels in all. love this unit. buy it.

                  (31 of 35 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  3.0

                  Lots of H4n features missing, very disappointed!!

                  By Dennis Anderson

                  from Hanover Park, IL

                  Comments about Zoom H6 Handy Recorder:

                  I think the Zoom H6 Handy Recorder is a great product and well ahead of its competitors in a number of areas. However, whether you will like this recorder depends on what you want to do with it. The recording level dials, the docking feature for mics and extra inputs, better quality color LCD screen and better sound quality due to improved preamps are all great new feaures over thos on the H4n. I owned an H4n before this. I loved what I could do with it, but a number of things were very frustrating to deal with. I sold the H4n and purchased the H6 in mid-January based on extensive preliminary research on the H6 and comparisons between the H4n and H6. All reviews were extremely positive. I purchased based on a review I saw on Amazon.com. The reviewer said that he had contacted Zoom Tech Support about some feature that the H4n had, and he couldn't find on the H6. He said Zoom assured him that the H6 could do anything the H4n could plus more. I took this to mean that all features and functionality of the H4n were still present on the H6. Nothing could be further from the truth! I got burned by believing this statement. My main use for the H4n and the H6 is to record songs with a band I am in. Critical to me are the overdubbing features, as I am using the recorder as a small home recording studio. I didn't explore the overdubbing functionality the H6 until about 2 months after I bought it. Much to my surprise, I discovered that about 95% of the overdubbing functionality that was in the old H4n recorder is no longer present in the H6! At that point, it was too late to return the unit. As I got more familiar with the H6, I found a number of other important features of the H4n that were also missing on the H6. The following H4n features are missing from the H6: 1) The ability to go to any point in a recorded project when overdubbing to fix mistakes, or add a new overdubbed part anywhere within the song. On the H6 you can only start at the beginning of a song and overdub the entire song or stop it somewhere within the song. There is no ability to move to any point in the song. The only buttons that work in overdub mode are the track selector buttons to choose your track, the record and stop buttons. This was a critical feature for me, and it doesn't exist on the H6. 2) The ability to punch in and punch out of record at pre-determined spots on the timeline in overdub mode either manually or automatically via pre-programming. 3) The ability to use track markers or A/B repeat when in overdub mode. 4) The ability to assign any recorded file to any available track for playback. The lack of this feature forces you to physically switch the mic or instrument being recorded to a different track input when overdubbing to allow simultaneous playback of recorded overdubs. 5) The inclusion of 50 editable effects, including reverb, delay, phase shifter, flanger, wah-wah, pitch shift, and a number of guitar and bass amp simulators that could be applied to tracks recorded in Multi-track mode. 47 of the 50 effects that were included on the H4 were removed from the H6. The compressor, limiter and low-cut filter are the only effects from the H4n that remain on the H6. 6) The ability to manage and delete track marks. On the H6 you can only view a list of track markers, but you are not able to do anything about them, except add more. 7) The ability to delete a recorded "take". A "take" is a concept of the H6, not on the H4n. On the H6 it refers to multiple recordings on the same track. There is no way to delete them once they have been recorded. 8) The ability to delete any recorded track. 9) The ability to rename recorded tracks. 10) The ability to even see the names of the recorded track files on the H6 is now goone. 11) The ability to playback any .wav or .mp3 file. The H6 can only play back the files it creates, or at least ones that use its naming conventions. You can get around items 7-10 by hooking a USB cable between the H6 and a computer and setting the H6 to SD Reader mode, which makes it look like an external drive to the computer. You can then view, rename or delete track files from the computer. However, renamed files will no longer be playable on the H6. Renaming and deleting of recorded files could be done on the H4n itself, without the need to connect to a computer. This is a pretty big list of features that are missing on the H6. Out of all the reviews I read and Youtube comparison videos I watched, not one of them mentioned that all these features that were available on the H4n are now MIA on the H6. Had I known most of the overbubbing functionality was removed from the H6, I probably would not have purchased it. That was one of the main reasons I bought it. I contacted Zoom Tech Support by email. I verified that these features are indeed missing. They also told me that there are no plans to restore these features through a firmware update, so I am completely out of luck. Since the overdub function on the H6 no longer works like it did on the H4n, I figured if I could have the H6 act as an USB audio interface and record directly to the DAW software on my PC, I could get around the limitation. However, I can't seem to get that to work properly either. I downloaded the most recent multi-track driver for the H6 from Zoom's web site, and installed it on my PC. The Zoom driver seems very inconsistent. Sometimes it records, sometimes it does not. Also, it usually creates anywhere from 2-4 additional blank tracks that I have to go back and delete. When I play back the recorded track, I sometimes get a very loud buzzing noise that sounds like a shorting cable. It sounds like the H6 triggers something in the the software. If I close the DAW application and reopen it, everything is back to normal. It just seems very random and inconsistent. I asked Zoom Tech Support about this problem as well, and they never responded.

                  (9 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  4.0

                  Good little Unit

                  By DVDmike

                  from Norcross, GA

                  About Me Experienced

                  Verified Buyer

                  Pros

                  • Compact
                  • Features
                  • Low Distortion
                  • Sizefeaturesflexibility
                  • Versatile

                  Cons

                  • Battery
                  • File Naming
                  • Software

                  Best Uses

                  • Events
                  • Performances

                  Comments about Zoom H6 Handy Recorder:

                  With off brand new AA batteries, battery time was short with Phantom power going to two channels.

                  The file naming does not work properly when you select it to name by date and time and are not using cubase software. It simply uses a sequential naming system and then has a sidecar file with the time name. This is useless inside other editing applications.

                  The Cubase software is only a trial (or so it says when you insert the CD) and as such is worthless. I'm not installing new trial software when I already have audio editing software. I thought that the software included was simply a LE or light version before I read the install note. don't get fooled by that assumption.

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