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New Sony PCM-D100 handheld recorder


Sony has announced a new handheld recorder, the PCM-D100.

“The PCM-D100 is a high resolution recorder with two-position (X-Y or Wide) stereo microphones, 32 GB of internal flash memory and a SD-XC Card slot. Recording formats include linear PCM (at 192, 176.4, 96, 88.2, 48 and 44.1kHz); DSD (2.8224 MHz) and MP3 (320 and128 kbps). Additional playback support is provided for FLAC, WMA and AAC files. The D100 is constructed of lightweight metal (aluminum) and it’s built rugged to withstand the demands of pro applications, plus it offers long battery life using conventional AA alkaline batteries. The recorder includes a USB high-speed port for simple uploading/downloading to/from Windows® PC or Macintosh® computers. Other PCM-D100 features include digital pitch control, dual path digital limiter, low-cut filter, Super Bit Mapping® and A-B repeat capability.”

via resonantfilter

2 comments on “New Sony PCM-D100 handheld recorder

  1. Simon Charles
    October 22, 2013

    Love the look of it, but it’s not going to make me want to replace my trusty D50.

  2. MG
    October 29, 2013

    Why at an audio convention is this rep speaking as if explaining a recorder to your grandparents just after their purchase of a camera that doesn’t take film.

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