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Olympus LS-7 Linear PCM Recorder
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Easy to operate with awesome sound, the LS-7 is music, or audio, to your ears. Features like superior CD quality sound, 3 sensitive microphones, incl...Read More
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Easy to operate with awesome sound, the LS-7 is music, or audio, to your ears. Features like superior CD quality sound, 3 sensitive microphones, inclding an omnidirectional mic to pick up lower bass frequencies; switchable low-cut filter that eliminates unwanted noise, and voice-guidance user instruction pre-record buffer make the LS-7 Audio Recorder perfect for musicians, nature enthusiasts, journalists, choir directors, or anyone else who demands exceptionally clear, crisp sound. Just turn it on and be prepared to be amazed.
High-quality capture, innovative features, and completely affordable.
- Supports more than 1000 hours of continuous recording with 4GB internal memory
- Supports removable microSD media
- Enables high-quality recording and playback in PCM (WAV), MP3, an WMA formats
- Batteries will charge when connected to a PC or optional AC adapter
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LS-7 Linear PCM Recorder
- This item is advertised as having a three way switch, cust ordered this item, received it, says that it is the right item, but that it does not have a three way switch. Please verify and update information as is necessary. Thanks!
Recording format: Linear PCM (WAV)MP3/WMA
Frequency response (Built-in microphone): 20Hz-20kHz (center microphone On), 70Hz-20kHz (center microphone Off)
Maximum headphone output: 4.0mW + 4.0mW (at load of 16Î)
Recording media: Built-in 4GB flash memory and micro SD/micro SDHC (optional)
Speaker: 20mm diameter round dynamics speaker
Mic jack: 3.5mm diameter mini-jack, impedance 2.2kÎ
Ear jack: 3.5 diameter impedance 8Î or more
Maximum speaker output: 400mW (8Î)
Pre-recording: PCM 24-bit: 1 sec/PCM 16-bit, MP3, WMA: 2 sec.
File editing function: Divide (PCM/MP3/Partial Erase (PCM/Move & Copy
USB interface: Hi-speed 2.0
Compatible OS (USB connection): Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/7, Mac OS X 10.4.11-10.6
Power requirements: Battery: 2 AAA batteries or two Olympus Ni-MH rechargeable batteries
External power supply: DC5V AC adapter (optional)
Dimensions (HxWxD) 4.4" x 1.5" x .06"
Weight: 3.17oz. (including batteries
Record time: Built-in memory (4GB)
Linear PCM 96kHz 24-bit: 1hr. 45min., 44.1kHz 16-bit, 5hr. 55min.
MP3: 320kbps 26hr., 128kbps 65hr. 30min.
WMA: 128kbps 64hr.
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Comments about Olympus LS-7 Linear PCM Recorder:
As stated earlier, when it worked, it was awesome! And I read reviews that said it was worth the extra $$$, blah blah blah. It's better than this one or that one, Well after the purchase, service, postage, etc we're well over $400. not to mention aggravation and dissappointment , and 4 SD chips I have.... it really sucks! So if the LS-7 or any other one is made like this BEWARE! My next one will definately not be a Olympus.
Confusing. Has a lot. Maybe too many. The auto record level does work great, I'll give em' that. An to echo another users review (Jeff) about the Steinberg software included and registering the product ...WOW! He nailed it. They go out of their way to make it confusing and they basically don't want anything to do with you. I called support and they just about hung up on me and wouldn't answer a question about the version that came with the unit. I didn't know, they didn't care ,so I tossed it and deleted it. So why even include it???
How can there be quality with a unit made like this? When it works properly, the recordings were amazing. Now my LS-10 is little over 3.5 yrs old and has been treated with nothing but kit gloves. LS-10 ? I thought this was about an LS-7. Exactly, Olympus doesn't even make the LS-10 anymore Here one day and gone the next. Lucky me. The recordings were amazing, CD quality. I used it for band practice just sitting there in room and let it's do it's thing. I also recorded gigs. Just set it on an amp or wherever you could to get a good balance and used w/ an auto setting it was great. Then it went flakey. I thought it was the SD cards so I started using different ones (new )and still NG. One gig was a reunion gig which was unbelievable. I recorded the whole thing, the unit looked like it was working perfectly and I did not get ONE NOTE. I was so so pissed ! So I contacted Olympus and sent it to them and they charged $80+ and they upgraded the firmware and it took a couple of weeks. Big whoop. SD cards still don't work and I sent a couple to have them test , 1 was bad (brand new) and the others were good, the ones I used for quite a few times. The onboard 2 gig mem works, but the AC socket is now loose and you can lose pwr very easily if the unit is even touched. Works great on battery (2-AA) Needless to say I'm very dissappointed.
Where's the value? I don't think I got any. $300 is a lot of cash for me. I expected quality for years to come and did not get it. My LS-10 has not been abused in anyway and it has totally let me down. I hope others that own one got more value than me. I would not reccomend any Olympus product if they make things like this. No quality. No value. No way.