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Massive audio recorder order for D&M Pro

HOLLAND: D&M Pro has supplied Faas Audiovisual Services with 24 Marantz PMD620 handheld audio recorders, writes PSN-e. The devices will be used by the Dutch Fiscal Information and Investigation Service/Economic Investigation Service (FIOD-ECD) for research relating to tax and customs administration fraud.
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HOLLAND: D&M Pro has supplied Faas Audiovisual Services with 24 Marantz PMD620 handheld audio recorders, writes PSN-e. The devices will be used by the Dutch Fiscal Information and Investigation Service/Economic Investigation Service (FIOD-ECD) for research relating to tax and customs administration fraud.

The recorders are housed in custom flight-cases (pictured) developed by Jeroen Faas. Each set comprises a Marantz Professional PMD620, a boundary microphone adjusted for the PMD620 and a headphone for pre-listening while recording.

"Jeroen Fass from Faas Audiovisual Services is a purveyor to Dutch police stations, fire departments and other government services," said Mennegat Trading sales manager Wouter Busger op Vollenbroek. "He is renowned for [his] custom-made solutions with our Marantz Professional PMD620 Recorders."

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