ls10 recording great , but whatout for cubase l4 software not work
tommy huynh, Amazon
25 March 2011
Summary: everything work nice in this device except the cubase l4 that come along with not recording what you have in this device, it took me 8 hours i still don't get it right,the software only can playback what u have in this device, but when hit the record button , it fail all the time no matter what you try, is anybody have same problem like me or u can have better software to record from pc let me know !!
Summary: The features on this machine sounded so impressive. I was excited about being able to record at higher quality than DVD audio! I have no complaints about any of the functions. The design is aesthetically pleasing, the recorder is compact and light and the interface is very user-friendly. The Achilles' heel of this unit is the sound. Like the few other people who have written negative reviews of this recorder, I am dismayed at how soft the recordings it makes are.
Great sound, user-friendly, but lacks some features of the cheaper model
19 February 2009
Summary: I definitely like the LS-10's very convenient and user-friendly interface, long battery life capability and sound quality. However, two features which I was very, very surprised to see excluded from the LS-10 (as compared to the significantly cheaper Olympus DS-30 voice recorder, which has the following features) are, first, the ability to set index marks within a track for quick, easy access to a certain segment within the track; and, second, a loud volume during...
Why do I feel some ambivalence toward this great product?
Georg W. Koester "Arny", Amazon
27 June 2008
Summary: Before I explain, let me save you time and give you my conclusion up front. Olympus might help us with a feature comparison chart of its voice recorders, or some consumer watch group might wish to do so, along with a comparison of other brands such as Edirol, H2, M-Audio, Marantz, Sony, Tascam, etc. If you know of anyone having done this, please let us know.
dissapointed with poor low frequency (bass) response
Barking Doctor, Amazon
25 May 2008
Summary: I purchased an LS-10 last week. I really wanted to love this little recorder. Small size. Excellent build quality. Great features. Great menu system. Great control layout. Great battery life. Alas, the sound suffers from poor low frequency response on both the internal mic and the external mic input. When I heard my recordings, they sounded thin. I then measured the frequency response of the unit from mic input to the headphone output.
Summary: I just received one of these. As mentioned by others, the build quality is excellent and the ergonomics are very good. The menu arrangement seems well thought out, and there is an option to set a function button with a frequently used menu item. I like the ability to use SD cards, which can be changed out if you're away from a computer.