Sony has today announced they will be launching a new portable digital audio recorder during the spring 2019 months in the form of the Sony D10 Linear PCM-Recorder D Series device which will be priced at $500. Features of the new portable audio recorder include high-resolution audio up to 192kHZ/24 bit, adjustable built-in microphones to suit your situation, versatile XLR/TRS combo jacks with 48V phantom power, dual ADCs optimise S/N for clear recordings and analog recording volume controllers for L and R channels.
“No external mic? No problem. The PCM-D10 comes with three-way adjustable built-in mics with low noise and a wide frequency range, so you’re always ready to capture impeccable sound. And with three recording positions, you can adapt to your situation. Choose XY for music performances, zoom for interviews and discussions, or wide stereo for open and outdoor spaces.
Plug in two inputs for high-quality two-channel recording. Compatible with XLR and TRS connectors, the twin jack gives you more choice over your sources, from mics and mixers to keyboards. These jacks are independently mic or line level switchable and have independent 48V phantom power. You’ll also find a dedicated stereo 3.5mm mini jack input.”
For more details and full specifications jump over to the official Sony website by following the link below.