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Sony PCM-D100
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High Resolution Portable Stereo Recorder

Product Highlights:
- Records PCM, DSD, MP3 Formats
- Up to 192kHz/24-Bit PCM, 2.8224MHz DSD
- 32GB Internal Memory & SD-XC Card Slot
- Stereo Mics with Multiple Positions
- Aluminum Construction
- 32-Bit D/A Converters
- Includes Remote & Furry Windscreen
- Includes Batteries & Carry Case
- Includes Sound Forge Studio LE Software
List Price: $999.00
You Pay: $774.99
Manufacturer:  Sony
Availability:  Estimated Shipping: 3 to 5 Business Days

Product Code: SNY-PCMD100-90-6599

Description Technical Specs

Sony PCM-D100 - High Resolution Portable Stereo Recorder

The PCM-D100 High Resolution Portable Stereo Recorder from Sony is capable of recording audio from its built-in stereo mics in up to 192 kHz/24-bit PCM, 2.8224 MHz DSD, or 320 kbps MP3 files. It has 32 GB of internal memory and supports external memory via its SD-XC card slot. The PCM-D100's stereo mics can be arranged in 90° XY or 120° wide stereo positions, depending on the subject being recorded.

The recorder is powered by four included AA batteries and can record approximately 6.5 hours at 192 kHz/24-bit PCM and almost 11 hours as 2.8 MHz/1-bit DSD. Its left and right record channels are individually adjustable, and its meters are illuminated for monitoring in dark environments. For faster transferring of files, the PCM-D100 has a USB port, allowing you to move your files directly to your Mac or PC. A wireless IR remote commander, furry windscreen, USB cable, and carry case are included.

Adjustable Mics
When you're close to the sound source, adjust the PCM-D100's larger stereo microphones to 90° for a natural stereo image with depth. For orchestras and other recordings in large venues, set the two mics at 120° for realistic rich sounds with a feeling of openness

Anti-Distortion Design
This portable recorder's "digital limiter" prevents distortion, even in cases of excessive input, by automatically adjusting to the optimal level within the buffer range of -12dB

Minimal Internal Noise
Internal noise is almost eliminated during AD conversions because of the digital limiter mechanism. Noise is minimized for soft sounds while maintaining the same amplitude as the source sound-sometimes achieving a S/N ratio up to 100dB

Built-in Editing Capability
Edit on your computer or on the spot. Download the audio file to your computer and edit with the Sound Forge Audio Studio LE software that comes with your recorder. Or use the Divide and Combine functions to edit as you record

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