|Product Dimensions||10.97 x 3.94 x 1.6 cm; 82.21 Grams|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Item Model Number||PCM-A10|
|Hardware Interface||MicroSD, Bluetooth, USB, Headphone|
|Supported Software||Sound Organizer 2|
|Material Type||Plastic, Metal|
|Output Wattage||200 Milliwatts|
|Battery type||Lithium Ion|
|Operating System||Windows 8.1, Windows 7, MacOS (v10.10-v10.13), Windows 10|
|Standing screen display size||1 Inches|
|Item Weight||82.1 g|
Sony PCM 2 Portable Studio Recorder One Size PCM-A10
|Price:||+ $8.93 Delivery|
- High-quality recording with adjustable hi-resolution microphones
- Pocket sized portability with professional quality and features
- Bluetooth capability for both remote control and playback
- .WAVE and .MP3 recording with up to 96KHz with 40K frequency capable microphones
- Easy smartphone control with Sony's free REC Remote app
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High-resolution portable digital audio recorder with 3-way adjustable hi-res microphones.
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Update: this recorded is about 20 days old and the power on stopped working. The display backlight will come on but no Power On message until you plug the device in to a USB connection (assume its the power turning it on). I will have to send it back. Going from 5star to 3star.
Just received a day ago and I am impressed. Menus are intuitive. Had a slight issue Bluetooth pairing to the REC-Remote app and it was me, ill learn how to read someday : ). Looking at reviews on YouTube I know I have a good recorder here.
This is really a nice player at a more than reasonable cost for what it does. The front display is easy to read and is large enough to get a lot of information on it. You can download the Sony software onto your cellphone and control recording (including levels) using the phone via a Bluetooth connection, which is really terrific. Oh, and by the way, the unit DOES have auto record level, but you would never know it ... you have to dig into the menu system to engage it (I can't figure out why this is so "hidden," but that's another matter). An easy five stars.
If you need an essentially "noiseless" floor, go for the Sony PCM-D100. Released in 2014, it is still the reigning champ of portable recording (unless you absolutely require XLR mics, which the D100 does not support). The recording ability of this unit is almost unbelievably good. It's pricey, but nothing in the product rage can match its microphones and preamps.
In about a day's use with 1-2 hours of recordings, the playback has sounded great and i can hear the details clearly (voice recordings so far). I can envision using this for dictating voice-to-text digital transcription by recording on the device and then playing it back to Windows or Dragon (I think Windows uses a version of Dragon anyway), to transcribe, as long as you dictate for digital transcription (i.e., speak slowly and clearly, provide commands for sentence control, etc.)
But what i really, really like about this unit is the built-in tripod mount thread. You can get a little table top tripod, like the Manfrotto pixi, and set this up solidly on a desktop to make recordings. WIth a stable mount, you can easily activate the main controls (on/off, start/stop recording, etc.) without it sliding around. By elevating it off the surface, i think it also reduces noises that might come through the table top, and lets you orient the mike towards the subject once you're happy with the positioning.