The PCM-M10 is a 96 kHz/24-bit recorder with electret condenser stereo microphones, 4 GB of...

PCM-M10 Portable Digital Recorder

Average User Rating:
3.8/5,
  • The PCM-M10 is a 96 kHz/24-bit recorder with electret condenser stereo microphones, 4 GB of internal flash memory and a Micro SD/Memory Stick slot. The M10 offers durable metal construction and long battery life using conventional AA alkaline batter...

Recent User Reviews

  1. THD plus N
    5.0/5,
    "Swiss knife of music"
    Pros - records and plays back, high sensitivity low-noise microphone pre-amp, fast and high resolution peak level display, separate mic and line input,
    Cons - slow limiter, requires careful recording level adjustment, no FLAC playback
    Hello out there, this is a recorder, yes, a digital recorder - not one of those midget-screen playback gimmicks. In the hands of the ambitious recording enthusiast, it turns to an universal tool, almost a Swiss knife, as it is well capable to record even with low-level output microphones, but it may also be fed with a line-in signal from any microphone on a mixer/preamp/phantom power supply, from an amplifier's recording port, from a reel-to-reel tape recorder or a cassette tape deck, from a phono preamp, etc...
     
    Sound quality is excellent, also in a home hi-fi setting when you take into account that this miniature marvel delivers 1,2 V from the headphone output and adjust the stereo amp accordingly.
     
    I have recorded classical music with it, solo piano music, string chamber music, orchestras, choir singers and military wind bands, all with high-quality stereo microphones, and recently a glass harmonica with the built-in microphones, digitized radio broadcasts and LP records, I am using it in my car, at my office desk, and I enjoy my ripped CDs with full resolution wave files.
     
    And it accepts ordinary and cheap AA batteries, does not require re-charging, will not suffer from battery aging, and is merely a very sober and clean tool than a overloaded toy.
  2. nekoni
    3.5/5,
    "basic recorder for an amateur"
    Pros - long battery lasting
    Cons - poor recoard quality
    own it, Very Good on the Battery, decent playback quality,
     
    but not so good on record unless if u r doing recording job in a small room.
     
     
    I would say go get this if u looking for a music player with the basic record function.
     
  3. nlhk
    3.5/5,
    "It accepts microSD card"
    I am using a SanDisk microSD card with it.

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