Sony shows at the Summer NAMM 2009 its new PCM-M10 professional audio recorder. Sony’s new offering features 96kHz/24-bit stereo audio recording with either internal condenser mics or external mic/line-in, articulated X/Y pattern stereo microphones, a five-second recording buffer, and user-friendly interface.
Sony PCM-M10 has 4GB internal flash memory and supports microSD and Memory Stick Micro memory cards. It supports direct-to-MP3 and WAV recording. Priced at $399, same price as Olympus’s LS-11, the PCM-M10 is the least expensive flash-based recorder from Sony. It will be released in October.