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Sanyo Xacti ICR-XPSO1M
Digital sound recorder
The ICR-XPS01M offers two recording formats: Linear PCM format and MP3 format. Linear PCM records at 44.1kHz, 16-bit sampling rate enabling sound reproduction up to a maximum of 21kHz. MP3 recording captures sound quality of 44.1kHz, 320k-bit sampling which enables sound reproduction up to a maximum of 20KHz. The recorder features a touch sensor panel for transport control functions (play, pause, forward, rewind), menu and mode functions. The unit features a large, full dot matrix LCD display which can be operated with backlight on or off for additional power savings. A 2GB microSD card is included.
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