Let the bootlegging begin. Olympus has released the LS-10 Recorder, which they claim is like having a portable recording studio with results that are “better than CD quality.” Features include an LCD panel with level meter and peak indicator, built-in stereo mics, 2GB of storage space, and an SD card slot. Once you record, editing is possible with CUBASE LE4 software with 48 soundtracks and an assortment of effects. Compatible with either PC or Mac, the LS-10 can be had for ~$532.00.
Sanyo is introducing its new ICR-PS1000M Diply Talk in Japan. The PCM voice recorder has a stereo mic and recording system. The device will hold up to 50 hours of music and/or voice. Using a 4GB miniSDHC will give you 5h40/min. if recorded in PCM and 279h30/min. if you use Mp3 (32kb/s.) By the way, it seems that there was a certain amount of discussion about its English name and the fact that it might get “picked on.” If they decide it needs rebranding, Sanyo’s price will undoubtedly go up. We shall see when/if it hits the States in time for this holiday season.
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