A digital voice recorder with 2-inch backlight LCD display, 4GB internal memory and SD/SDHC/SDXC card slot that comes with two quarter-inch XLR/standard phone combination inputs that features multi-tracking with two-channel simultaneous recording, eight-channel playback and support phantom power at 48/24 volts to power a variety of high-quality external microphones.
That’s the latest Olympus LS-100 portable linear PCM audio recording device that supports uncompressed 24bit/96Khz linear PCM digital recording with the two internal 90-degree directional stereo condenser microphones useful for recording lower-bass frequencies and louder sound with less clipping.
There is a built-in amplifier that capable to reduce slight noise as well as amplifying signals, allowing for usage with a lengthy cables. Olympus LS-100 portable linear PCM audio recording device also has the Playback Synchro Recording feature for recording additional track while listening to another.
Other features including Voice Activation for automatic start and stop of recording without having to look at the display. Olympus LS-100 is scheduled for release in February 2012.
[ Source: Olympus America – LS-100 ]