Olympus is to extend its portfolio of digital voice recorders with the release of the DM-10. A cut-down version of the firm’s acclaimed DM-20 the small upright recorder enables users to capture voice in both DSS (Digital Speech Standard) and WMA (Windows Media Audio) formats, with storage times of between four and 22 hours.
Files can be reviewed via the recorder’s earphones, or through the DM-10’s built-in speaker, and transferred to a PC using the recorder’s docking station. The DM-10 comes with a remote control that has an integrated mîcrophone. You can listen to music stored on the player in either WMA or MP3 formats. It is available this month for £200.
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