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The Olympus LS-12 Linear PCM Recorder is as an all-in-one, professional and portable recording solution. It has built-in stereo directional microphones as well as an omni pattern centre microphone. This three microphone array is designed to effectively capture lower bass ranges and deliver high fidelity recordings. In addition to the internal mics, there are 3.5mm stereo mini-jack mic and line inputs for connecting external audio equipment such as microphones or CD players.
Smart Mode automatically adjusts the LS-12 to the optimum recording level, whatever the room acoustics or instrument arrangement. Just set the Mode Dial to Smart Mode, press the REC button and play a rehearsal of the part with the highest volume – the recording level and settings are automatically adjusted.
The Olympus LS-12 makes it easier than ever for you to capture songs with professional, better-than-CD sound quality. The ultimate 3-mic system is perfectly complemented by an intuitive user interface, handy metronome lamps, full connectivity and more.
The Olympus LS-12 supports linear PCM recording at rates of up to 24 bits and sampling frequencies as high as 96kHz - far surpassing the 44.1kHz/16 bits of CD-quality audio. When you select this bit rate and sampling frequency, you can readily make a CD of your own recordings.
The Olympus LS-12’s ingenious pre-record functions don’t leave anything to chance: a pre-record buffer captures several seconds of sound before you’ve even pressed the record button. So you can capture the vital start of a critical recording.
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