You can record directly from the built-in uni-directional or omni-directional stereo microphones, connect your own mics to the rugged locking Amphenol XLR/TRS connectors, use a camera microphone or line source for recording or record from a digital SPDIF source. 24 or 48 volts of Phantom power on the XLR inputs are available for the use of studio condenser mics and Mid/Side microphone configurations can be decoded before or after recording. This ensures that virtually all fields of application are covered – from music, speech and atmosphere recordings to meeting minutes and live concert recordings.
Many other improvements and new features as well as the multilingual menu make the DR-100MKIII an easy-to-use companion for sound recordings at the highest level.
|Features||DR-100 MKIII||DR-100 MKII|
|Maximum sampling rate||192 kHz||96 kHz|
|Recording media||SDXC (up to 128 GB)||SDHC (up to 32 GB)|
|AD/DA converter for external input||AKM AK4558||AKM AK4556|
|Audio clock accuracy||1 ppm (TCXO)||30 ppm|
|Headphones output||40 mW + 40 mW||25 mW + 25 mW|
|Low-cut filter||40/80/120/220 Hz||40/80/120 Hz|
|Dual level recording||Yes||No|
|Dual format recording||Yes||No|
|Floating structure for unidirectional mics||Yes||No|
|XRI function (stores recording information)||Yes||No|
|Slate tone generator||Yes||No|
|Connectors for external input||Amphenol XLR/TRS combo||XLR|