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Re: Entry Level Sound Recorder Purchasing Advice?

Subject: Re: Entry Level Sound Recorder Purchasing Advice?
From: "Peter Shute" pshute2
Date: Fri Oct 21, 2011 2:11 am ((PDT))
I have the same recorder and I'm happy with it. Differences between it and =
the Zoom H4n:=0D
- no phantom power, no XLR inputs=0D
- much smaller=0D
- much better battery life=0D
- 5s pre-record buffer vs 2 (I think)=0D
- 1 stereo track vs 2=0D
- less flexible track names=0D
- less directional built in mics=0D
- less stereo separation, I'm told=0D
- no mono mode=0D
- quieter, I'm told=0D
- micro SD vs SD cards=0D
- gain dial vs buttons (I think)=0D
- wired remote control included vs optional=0D
Please correct me, someone, if any of those are wrong or if I've forgotten =
Peter Shute=0D
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I love my Sony PCM-M10. Very, very few things I would change about it.=0D
At $229 (current Amazon price) it's absolutely amazing IMHO.=0D
83% happy=0D
9% disgusted=0D
6% fearful=0D
2% angry=0D

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