• Sony PCM-M10
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  • Spectacular recording quality in both MP3 and WAV formats. Ten recording modes. Forty plus hours of battery life. Built like an Abrams tank: Toss it in a bag and forget about it. Current street price is actually about half the MSRP. Handy wired remote for


  • Prepare to part with a month’s worth of beer money. Bulky. Menu structure can be confusing. Crappy builtin speaker (use headphones).

Expert reviews and ratings

By KenRockwell on

The Sony PCM-M10 is a 96 kHz/24-bit portable digital recorder that runs on two...

By Wired on 70

College is about procrastination. More precisely, it’s a chance to hone the important responsibility of shirking skills and techniques you’ll later use in the real world. So why shouldn’t note taking (or lack thereof) be a part of that...

By Pro Sound Network on

The M10 feels and acts like a solid performer, and I like its feature set. Even though I own a Sound Devices 744T — completely suitable for comprehensive field recording work — I still want one of these! Ty Ford has written for PAR since the...

By AsiaOne on

The M10 is a portable professional grade voice recorder that is easy to use and delivers great recordings at a relatively wallet-friendly price.For more The Straits Times stories, click here. ...