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Euro Model (1280x927)
|Sony MZ-N10||portable NetMD recorder|
|IN: microphone, line/optical. OUT: line/headphones. DATA: USB. DC IN: 6V||excl. protrusions: 78.5 x 73.3 x 13.8mm (min. thickness: 12.9mm)|
incl. protrusions: 83.8 x 74.3 x 18.9mm
weight: 84g (incl. battery)
Features: Sony's 10th anniversary Minidisc recorder, with several changes from previous models:
Other features incorporated from previous unit: 3 line LCD on main body, Jog-dial (now apparently a "Jog-knob" similar to the JVC XM-R700), manual REC level control selectable for digital and analog signals, MDLP group function, G-Protection Jog-proof, battery remaining indicator on main body and stick controller, one touch eject.
Features dropped: No Name Bank.
Variants: European edition: Silver color only, power amp 2mW+2mW (equivalent to setting volume level to 25 out of 30 on the elsewhere available 5mW+5mW edition).
The Japanese model comes with Japanese software only, so beware. I was able to install the new drivers that came with it and it worked with Open MG 2.2 and Sonicstage 1.2, but I was not able to install Sonicstage 1.5. The menus would be gibberish anyway unless you had a Japanese OS or some kind of Japanese language support. The operation manual I got contains no English.
Specs: Headphone amp: 5mW+5mW into 16 ohms. 20-20kHz +/-3dB.
Included Accessories: (Japanese edition) Backlit Remote, AC power adapter, USB cradle, USB cable (1.5m), SonicStage Ver 1.5 CD-ROM (download software), attachable AA cell case, carrying pouch.