Compared to previous LS series recorders, the LS-7 offers features including a pre-record buffer that captures two seconds of audio before the record button is pressed, an omni-directional mic to pick up lower bass frequencies, a switchable low-cut filter that eliminates unwanted low-frequency noise and voice guidance for users with assistive needs. The new features come in a compact, lightweight, metal body with uncompressed 24-bit/96kHz Linear PCM recording format.
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