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Re: Recorder advise for Recorders with PIP mics

Subject: Re: Recorder advise for Recorders with PIP mics
From: "Tom Williams" pterodax
Date: Mon Nov 9, 2015 1:32 am ((PST))
I believe the PCM-D100 is the direct replacement for the PCM-D50. Rather
more expensive than the models mentioned above, but if you are looking to
replace like for like it's worth checking it out.



On 9 November 2015 at 00:25, D Secomb 
[naturerecordists] <> wrote:

> Hi all
> My Sony PCM D-50 finally gave up. What recorders these days are being
> recommended that currently are on the market. I'm aware there are
> certain models such as Olympus and Sony that have been recommended
> recently but are no longer available and the searching I have done,
> indicate they rarely come up as second hand (another D-50 would be
> great). Because I have PIP mics, I would prefer a recorder to suite
> them. I know there are adapters and battery boxes to go from PIP to XLR
> connections but I find with more connections, more potential problems
> occur. Budget depends on what I can negotiate with my wife (interesting
> experience at times).
> Using this as a guide
> Models to consider are
> Olympus LS-12
> Roland R 05
> Sony PCM M10
> All are a little nosier than the D-50. I know using a chart such as this
> is a guide and there are other factors to consider but is a staring point=
> Cheers
> David
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