Summary: Unless I'm missing something during a fair amount of field use, the XLRs on this unit are mic level *only* and do not accept line level signals without overload. Line In is handled by a crummy little mini jack on the side of the unit that also doubles as an unbalanced mic jack.
Summary: I am using the Olympus LS-100 audio recorder with a 64GB SDXC card. When I use internal LS-100 memory everything is fine. When I record files to the SD card the wrong file "last modified date" shows up when viewing the LS-100 file via USB on my computer.
Summary: Simply speak into the center of the microphones while recording with either limiter on and snap your fingers next to one microphone. Your voice will be hurled over to the other channel and it will take 5 to 10 seconds for it to slowly slide back into the center position.
Excerpt: This LS-100 is loaded with features and is easy to use from the menu to the professorial XLR mic inputs and easy to read display. But I found that the built in Stereo microphones to deliver seam to be lacking in the quality that I was looking for they sounded rather thin and hollow.
Pros: Consistent, Easy To Use, Professional Features, Versatile