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Olympus LS100 Multitrack Recorder Firmware Upgrade

Update brings better stability and longer battery life

The new LS100 provides musicians and broadcasters with a state-of-the-art tool enabling convenience of studio-grade, multi-track audio recording just about anywhere. Furthermore, this impressive mobile recording studio is capable of handling a maximum sound pressure level of up to 140dBspl.

Now offering a firmware upgrade the LS100 has further enhanced its offering to include improved stability, enhanced speed of the record monitor and allows you to turn off the LCD screen and save battery when using the metronome, tuner or when connected to a PC.

This extreme audio quality has been amplified with eight-track recording and overdubbing capabilities to turn sounds and individual tracks into complete compositions – all within the palm of the hand.

Besides its integrated stereo mics, the LS100 also features dual XLR/Phone combo jacks to facilitate the direct connection with professional external microphones or other musical equipment.

For your firmware upgrade email music@olympus.co.uk or visit http://www.olympusamerica.com/cpg_section/software_results.asp?id=1581&os=w

LS20 upgrade also available via http://www.olympus-europa.com/consumer/2590_software.cfm?category=10&productgroup=0&product=459&os=11&result=

Available at Amazon and all good music retailers – www.amazon.co.uk

www.olympusamerica.com/cpg_section/software_results.asp?id=1581&os=w


 

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