Sony PCM-D100 High Resolution Portable Stereo Recorder

Sony PCM-D100 High Resolution Portable Stereo Recorder

Sony PCM-D100 High Resolution Portable Stereo Recorder

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Product Highlights

  • Records PCM, DSD, MP3 Formats
  • Up to 192kHz/24-Bit PCM, 2.8224MHz DSD
  • 32GB Internal Memory & SD-XC Card Slot
  • Stereo Mics with Multiple Positions
  • Aluminum Construction
  • 32-Bit D/A Converters
  • Includes Remote & Furry Windscreen
  • Includes Batteries & Carry Case
  • Includes Sound Forge Studio LE Software
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Sony PCM-D100 Overview

  • 1Description

The PCM-D100 High Resolution Portable Stereo Recorder from Sony is capable of recording audio from its built-in stereo mics in up to 192 kHz/24-bit PCM, 2.8224 MHz DSD, or 320 kbps MP3 files. It has 32 GB of internal memory and supports external memory via its SD-XC card slot. The PCM-D100's stereo mics can be arranged in 90° XY or 120° wide stereo positions, depending on the subject being recorded.

The recorder is powered by four included AA batteries and can record approximately 6.5 hours at 192 kHz/24-bit PCM and almost 11 hours as 2.8 MHz/1-bit DSD. Its left and right record channels are individually adjustable, and its meters are illuminated for monitoring in dark environments. For faster transferring of files, the PCM-D100 has a USB port, allowing you to move your files directly to your Mac or PC. A wireless IR remote commander, furry windscreen, USB cable, and carry case are included.

Adjustable Mics
When you're close to the sound source, adjust the PCM-D100's larger stereo microphones to 90° for a natural stereo image with depth. For orchestras and other recordings in large venues, set the two mics at 120° for realistic rich sounds with a feeling of openness
Anti-Distortion Design
This portable recorder's "digital limiter" prevents distortion, even in cases of excessive input, by automatically adjusting to the optimal level within the buffer range of -12dB
Minimal Internal Noise
Internal noise is almost eliminated during AD conversions because of the digital limiter mechanism. Noise is minimized for soft sounds while maintaining the same amplitude as the source sound-sometimes achieving a S/N ratio up to 100dB
Built-in Editing Capability
Edit on your computer or on the spot. Download the audio file to your computer and edit with the Sound Forge Audio Studio LE software that comes with your recorder. Or use the Divide and Combine functions to edit as you record
Streamlined Operation
Set up menu access the way you need it, assigning frequently used features to the F1/F2 buttons. Home/Option buttons also simplify navigation
Super Bit Mapping
Sony's technology provides 20 bit levels of audio performance when recording 16 bits
Dual Recording
Record in both PCM and MP3 simultaneously. Then email the MP3 while retaining the larger PCM file on your computer
Wireless IR Remote Control
With two sensors on the IR receiver unit receiving signals from a wide range, you can use your remote to control recording from a distance. The LED lets you know when recording has stopped-especially useful in a dark room or concert hall
Cross-Memory Recording
If the internal memory or remaining memory in the memory card runs out during recording, you're covered; the PCM-D100 can automatically switch to the other memory device to continue recording seamlessly
Playback
Choose from a variety of playback modes, including DSD, FLAC, LPCM, MP3, WMA, and AAC-LC. Utilize playback features such as Up Sampling (PCM), Effects (PCM + MP3), Digital Pitch Control (PCM + MP3), and Key Control (PCM + MP3)
Additional Features
  • Signal to Noise 100 dB
  • Digital Limiter
  • Peak Hold
  • Low Cut Filter
  • Dual Recording
  • Cross Memory Recording
  • Pre Recording
  • Up Sampling Playback (PCM only)
  • Digital Pitch Control (PCM & MP3)
  • Key Control (PCM & MP3)
  • Sound Effect (PCM & MP3)
  • Editing Features including divide, combine, fade in/out, track mark, move file, file copy, and file protect
  • LCD Backlight
  • Record Volume Backlight
  • USB Connection Charger
  • UPC: 027242877139
    In the Box
    Sony PCM-D100 High Resolution Portable Stereo Recorder
  • Sound Forge Studio LE CD-ROM
  • Wireless IR Remote Commander
  • Furry Windscreen
  • 4 x AA Batteries
  • Carry Case
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description

    Sony PCM-D100 Specs

    Portable Recorder
    Number of Tracks 2
    Max Sample Rate/Resolution 192 kHz / 24-Bit
    Microphone Built-In Electret Condenser Stereo Pair, X/Y Configuration
    Built-In Speaker Yes, 200 mW
    Memory Card Support Memory Stick Pro Duo, Memory Stick Pro-HG Duo, SD, SDHC, SDXC
    Internal Storage 32 GB
    Recording
    Audio File Formats Playback:
    AAC, DSD (DSF/DFF), FLAC, MP3, WAV, WMA
    Recording:
    DSD (DSF), WAV
    Sample Rates 44.1 / 48 / 88.2 / 96 / 176.4 / 192 kHz 
    Bit Depth 16/24-Bit
    Timecode No
    Recording Time DSD 2.8 MHz/1-Bit:
    10 Hrs 50 Mins 
    LPCM 192 kHz/24-Bit:
    6 Hrs 35 Mins 
    LPCM 176 kHz/24-Bit:
    7 Hrs 10 Mins 
    LPCM 96 kHz/24-Bit:
    13 Hrs 15 Mins 
    LPCM 96 kHz/16-Bit:
    19 Hrs 50 Mins 
    LPCM 88.2 kHz/24-Bit:
    14 Hrs 25 Mins 
    LPCM 88.2 kHz/16-Bit:
    21 Hrs 35 Mins 
    LPCM 48 kHz/24-Bit:
    26 Hrs 30 Mins 
    LPCM 48 kHz/16-Bit:
    39 Hrs 45 Mins 
    LPCM 44.1 kHz/24-Bit:
    28 Hrs 50 Mins 
    LPCM 44.1 kHz/16-Bit:
    43 Hrs 15 Mins 
    MP3 320 kb/s:
    190 Hrs 
    MP3 128 kb/s:
    477 Hrs 
    Connectivity
    Analog I/O 1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS Mic Input
    1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS Headphone Output
    Plug-In Power Yes
    Host Connection 1 x Micro-USB (USB 2.0)
    Performance
    Frequency Response DSD:
    20 Hz to 50 kHz (At 2.8 MHz) 
    LPCM:
    20 Hz to 45 kHz (At 192 kHz) 
    20 Hz to 40 kHz (At 96 kHz) 
    20 Hz to 38 kHz (At 88.2 kHz) 
    20 Hz to 22 kHz (At 48 kHz) 
    20 Hz to 20 kHz (At 44.1 kHz) 
    MP3:
    20 Hz to 20 kHz (At 320 kb/s) 
    20 Hz to 16 kHz (At 128 kb/s) 
    Headphone Output Power 25 mW per Channel into 16 Ohms
    Impedance Mic Inputs:
    22 kOhms 
    Line Inputs:
    22 kOhms 
    Line Outputs:
    22 kOhms 
    SNR DSD:
    98 dBA 
    LPCM:
    100 dBA 
    THD DSD:
    ≤0.008% 
    LPCM:
    ≤0.006% 
    Microphone Max SPL 128 dB
    128 dB SPL
    Power
    Battery Type 4 x AA (Included)
    Approximate Battery Life DSD 2.8 MHz/1-Bit:
    8 Hours (with Headphones) 
    12 Hours (without Headphones) 
    LPCM 192 kHz/24-Bit:
    10 Hours (with Headphones) 
    18 Hours (without Headphones) 
    LPCM 96 kHz/24-Bit:
    11 Hours (with Headphones) 
    22 Hours (without Headphones) 
    LPCM 44.1 kHz/16-Bit:
    12 Hours (with Headphones) 
    25 Hours (without Headphones) 
    MP3 320 kb/s:
    12 Hours (with Headphones) 
    25 Hours (without Headphones) 
    AC/DC Power Adapter 6 VDC (Not Included)
    AC Input Power 100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
    Physical
    Dimensions 2.8 x 6.1 x 1.2" / 71.1 x 154.9 x 31.7 mm
    Weight 13.9 oz / 394.0 g
    Packaging Infowwsdcatczswaeuefuayvfzedfqyyzdsdevt
    Package Weight 3.05 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.2 x 7.6 x 5.5"

    Sony PCM-D100 Reviews

    PCM-D100 High Resolution Portable Stereo Recorder is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 32.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Product, Novice, Learning Curve I'm not an audio professional, just a hobbyist who collects natural sounds and family interviews just for the pleasure of audio recording.? Have used a decent mic and minidisc recorder but went for this because of usability and quality.? Still learning how to get a completely clean recording--when subjects are not right in front of the built in mics, say birds in the yard, I get a great recording of them but there's a hiss I haven't figured out yet how to avoid.? But much better than the minidisc approach.? I have heard very clean samples of this recorder on the internet, so I know it's doable.? An enjoyable learning curve.
    Date published: 2018-05-02
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sony PCM D-100 is a wow Recently I purchased the great Sony PCM D-100 in order to document and enjoy my orchestra rehearsals... As a conductor I hear the orchestra from the podium in the front center where all instruments are supposed to be heard clearly. Previously I owned four different digital recorders including the Sony PCM D-1. A few things I found the D-100 very useful and I think all will agree on them; clarity of the sound, Truly capturing in a very decent way what you (as a conductor) hear, the GREAT battery life AND recording time on both built-in memory plus the external one. No project will be bigger than the Sony PCM D-100. Is there room for improvement? Yes, but for now I am happy with what I have.
    Date published: 2014-12-22
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sony PCM D100 an upgrade to D50 I am a professional sound recordist and sound mixer. This one was an addition to my backpack. For over shoulder production I have Sound Devices 788T and MKH8040 stereo mics.I also previously owned Sony D1, D50 and now bought D100.This is a huge upgrade in terms of quality of the mics they became bigger in size and sound better with solid bottom and balanced mid range.The pre-amps / AD converter finally very quite without any hiss (as in D1 and D50), with full frequency spectrum including sub frequencies about 40 Hz, totally lacking in previous models. A 100 dB headroom function makes the recorder hissless even for quite Back Grounds recording.Almost instant power on not 5-7 seconds as in D50. So you don't miss a thing.There are lots of improvement in functionality but the quality improvement worths the price alone.
    Date published: 2014-11-17
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sony PCM D-100 is a serious business Recently I purchased the great Sony PCM D-100 in order to document and enjoy my orchestra rehearsals... As a conductor I hear the orchestra from the podium in the front center where all instruments are supposed to be heard clearly. Previously I owned four different digital recorders including the Sony PCM D-1. A few things I found the D-100 very useful and I think all will agree on them; clarity of the sound, Truly capturing in a very decent way what you (as a conductor) hear, the GREAT battery life AND recording time on both built-in memory plus the external one. No project will be bigger than the Sony PCM D-100. Is there room for improvement? Yes, but for now I am happy with what I have.
    Date published: 2014-12-22
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great.little recorder I bought this to replace my Sony pcm-d50Definitely an improvement in sound qaulity, although not drastically so.The ability to record in dsd format is a thing of beauty.I recently took this with me on a trip through Europe as an fx recorder .It is small enough to be a great stealth recorder in situations where setting up a full rig is problematic.As they say, the best recorder is the one that you have with you.I would recommend a full wind cover such as the windjammer.
    Date published: 2014-11-29
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Amazing yet ideosyncratic Sony's PCM-D100 sounds beautifulthe preamps are just as clean as other reviews have suggested and the onboad microphones are equally impressive. The selection of audio resolutions leaves nothing to be desired. I've been using a PCM-D50 for years and the D100 sounds nicer. Dynamic mics sound remarkably good on it. But sound quality isn't everything and there are a lot of caveats that make the D100 an optional suppliment to the D50 rather than a replacement. As a radio producer, the D100 is almost too sensitive to use casually. You can't walk around a crowd and get quick interviews with the onboard mics because the body (flimsier than the D50) is incredibly suceptible to noise, whether from your hand or a dangling headphone cable. You need to use an external microphone or get a pistol grip and be meticulous about listening for creaks and friction. When it comes to battery life, the D100 puts in a poor showing compared to the D50 which, from my experience, typically gets more than double the run time. The D100 still puts in a decent performance, but if you're going to be doing anything epic where you need a machine that is deathless, the D50 remains a better choice. Any review of the D100 would be remiss to not shame Sony for, again, leaving XLR jacks off the machine. Also, they don't ship the D100 with a power adapter, which is simply ridiculous because one of the D100's strengths is recording sit-down interviews on location or in a home studio. Ultimately, it's not clear who Sony designed the D100 for. The sound quality and price are far above what most consumers need, yet the creakiness of the body and lack of XLR inputs are certainly drawbacks for the audio professional. When I need a beautiful ambient track or incredible studio interview, I'll use the D100. In run-and-gun situations, I'll be sticking with my D50.
    Date published: 2015-12-23
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent for Live Concerts It's an excellent if somewhat expensive piece of recording gear.I use the PCM-D100 primarily for live concert recording--dual system sound to replace the video's audio track as well as 44.1 kHz/16-bit wav format files for CD authoring/mp3 conversion.I've yet to discern any noise from the analog/digital converters and the DSD format sounds like it can finally give high-end analog recording a run for its money.The only real negatives are: It's a power hog--freshly charged NiMH 2300 milliamp/hour AA batteries barely last 10 hours in the DSD mode; there's currently no cost-effective option for editing DSD files; and while the recorder's constrution seems fairly robust, I'm not so sure how well the switches/buttons will hold up over the long haul, hence the reason for four stars as opposed to five.
    Date published: 2014-10-02
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sony PCM-D100 An Outstanding Recorder Used for recording music and speech in the field. Audio quality and S/N ratio are outstanding. Well engineered and well built unit that is very user friendly. Minor limitations include support for only one external microphone, SD card formatting is incompatible with PC systems, the D100 cannot be used as a computer interface and standard XLR connectors are desirable.
    Date published: 2015-04-04
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    Can Sound Forge Studio LE Software be used with a mac?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    This software is not Mac compatible. Windows only.
    Answered by: Mark S.
    Date published: 2018-08-25

    question

    What kind of chip it used in adc/dac section? Burr-brown, Asahi Kasei or something else?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    That information has not been published.
    Answered by: John P.
    Date published: 2018-08-25

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    How do you properly suspend the Sony D100 such that it can be mounted atop a camera OR mounted on a flexible arm affixed to the same tripod used by the camera? It seems only the Rycote product is available for that, but the reviews on that item are quite bad. Surely someone out there uses the D100 with proper suspension?
    Asked by: JDW26
    You may consider an alternate Rycote Portable Recorder Suspension mount; B&H# RY41119. The overall customer rating is 4/5 stars by 22 reviewers.
    Answered by: James B.
    Date published: 2018-08-25

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    Is the Sony pcm- 100 Wireless IR Remote Commander will work with the Sony pcm-m10 model
    Asked by: Anonymous
    Hi! I can't tell you if the wireless IR remote will work on the Sony M10 because I don't have one, sorry.
    Answered by: Bernardino A.
    Date published: 2019-03-30

    I want a field recorder for capturing bird songs ...

    I want a field recorder for capturing bird songs and calls. Are the unidirectional recording characteristics of this recorder adequate for this purpose? Recordings will be post processed with Audacity and submitted to the McCauley Library which requests .wav format. Am I looking at the best recorder for the money?
    Asked by: David

    question

    What is the maximum capacity SDXC card does this recorder support - 128, 256, 512GB, or even larger? And what file system does it use - FAT32 or exFAT?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    You can use the following memory cards with the linear PCM recorder.SD cards up to 2 GB: supportedSDHC cards from 4 GB to 32 GB: supportedSDXC cards 48 GB or more: not completely supported (Note 1)Memory Stick PRO Duo and Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo cards up to 32 GB: supported (Note 2)Note 1: To use this card on a PC running Windows XP, you need to install Microsoft Update KB55704. Fordetails, consult the PC manufacturer. When you connect your linear PCM recorder via a USB cable to an AV device that does not support exFAT*, you cannot import or play data from the device. Before connecting, check that the AV device supports exFAT. If it does not support exFAT, a message instructing you to format your linear PCM recorder may appear. Never format the linear PCM recorder. Doing so will erase all the recorded data. * exFAT is a file system used in the SDXC memory card.Note 2: The linear PCM recorder supports Memory Stick PRO Duo and Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo only.Any other type of Memory Stick is not supported.
    Answered by: TJ O.
    Date published: 2018-08-25

    question

    Can you jamsync timecode?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    Hi there,No, this recorder can't display or output timecode. The only option would be to use one of the two tracks to record timecode via a time code sync box. However, this defeats the purpose of having a stereo recorder and only being able to record mono audio. This is a great sounding recorder for many purposes. Effects, ambience ect.There is an inexpensive zoom recorder that can do timecode.
    Answered by: dallas b.
    Date published: 2018-08-25

    question

    How many folders does the recorder have?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    Here's what the manual says: Maximum number of folders (for a drive): 400 foldersMaximum number of files (for a folder): 199 filesMaximum number of files (for a drive): 4,074 files (When 21 folders are contained in a drive.)In addition I believe you can only have 8 levels of folders: meaning this would be the limit to subfolders. All of this seems way beyond what anyone would ever need, and I certainly face no problems, but perhaps you have a special case.
    Answered by: Mathew M.
    Date published: 2018-08-25
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    Sony PCM-D100 Q&A

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    Is there a good power supply for this unit?
    A shopper on Sep 27, 2015
    Best Answer: Yes-- mine came with a 6 volt power supply.
    Reply · Report · Richard F on Oct 8, 2015
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    Can the D100 be used for direct computer input via the USB port. I know it can transfer recorded audio, but wonder if it can be used as if it is a USB microphone?
    Robert R on Apr 1, 2015
    Best Answer: At this time the USB port on the Sony PCM-D100 can only be used for simple uploading/ downloading of data to and from the recorder.
    Reply (1) · Report · Jeff PStaff on Apr 2, 2015
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    Is the Sony pcm- 100 Wireless IR Remote Commander will work with the Sony pcm-m10 model
    A shopper on Aug 26, 2016
    Best Answer: The remote control is not compatible with the Sony pcm-m10 portable audio recorder.
    Reply · Report · Mark SStaff on Aug 26, 2016
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    What is the maximum capacity SDXC card does this recorder support - 128, 256, 512GB, or even larger? And what file system does it use - FAT32 or exFAT?
    A shopper on Oct 17, 2015
    Best Answer: It formats large cards exFAT, so whatever size you can afford. I use a 128gb SDXC and it adds 30 hours of 24bit/192khz recording time.
    Reply · Report · Trent S on Oct 17, 2015
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    How many folders does the recorder have?
    A shopper on Jul 29, 2015
    Best Answer: Five per memory medium. The internal memory has five, and each plug-in Memory Stick or SD has five.

    It names your recordings by date and puts them into currently active folder.

    I'm using mine for both live recording and digitizing old LP's and 78's. It has a great Analog-Digital Converter and makes better recordings than my CD Recorder.

    I used the PCM-M1 until I got the D100. It had a great ADC too.
    PCM-D100 High Resolution Portable Stereo Recorder
    PCM-D100 High Resolution Portable Stereo Recorder
    Reply · Report · ORREN C on Jul 29, 2015
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    Can you record with intern and external mic at the same time?
    A shopper on Feb 10, 2016
    Best Answer: No. Connecting an external microphone disables the internal microphones.
    PCM-D100 High Resolution Portable Stereo Recorder
    PCM-D100 High Resolution Portable Stereo Recorder
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    I would like to acquire a stereo microphone (or microphones) that is the equivalent or better than the built in microphones of the Sony PCM-D100. My reason for this is to allow me to handle the recorder without generating noise in the microphones while recording sounds of nature. Suggestions?
    Jerry C on Jul 15, 2017
    Best Answer: Hi Jerry C., We would suggest the following Rycote mount and handgrip kit… https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1054427-REG/rycote_46024_portable_recorder_kit_for.html.

    We recommend this, as the mics built in to the PCM-D100 have a frequency response of about 35k, and are wider frequency response than most professional mics. If handling noise is the main concern, then the Rycote should handle that. If the recorder needs to be placed remotely, and closer to the sound source, one can use the included remote control that comes with the PCM-D100. One should think of this as a digital recording microphone, in that sense.
    Thanks, Mark
    Reply · Report · Sony SupportSony Expert on Jul 17, 2017
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    How do you properly suspend the Sony D100 such that it can be mounted atop a camera OR mounted on a flexible arm affixed to the same tripod used by the camera? It seems only the Rycote product is available for that, but the reviews on that item are quite bad. Surely someone out there uses the D100 with proper suspension?
    JDW26 on Apr 29, 2017
    Best Answer: You may consider an alternate Rycote Portable Recorder Suspension mount; B&H# RY41119. The overall customer rating is 4/5 stars by 22 reviewers.
    Reply · Report · James BStaff on Jun 30, 2017
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    What kind of chip it used in adc/dac section? Burr-brown, Asahi Kasei or something else?
    A shopper on Jan 2, 2017
    Best Answer: That information has not been published.
    Reply · Report · John PStaff on Apr 20, 2017
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    Can you jamsync timecode?
    A shopper on Dec 14, 2016
    Best Answer: Hi there,

    No, this recorder can't display or output timecode. The only option would be to use one of the two tracks to record timecode via a time code sync box. However, this defeats the purpose of having a stereo recorder and only being able to record mono audio.
    This is a great sounding recorder for many purposes. Effects, ambience ect.
    There is an inexpensive zoom recorder that can do timecode.
    PCM-D100 High Resolution Portable Stereo Recorder
    PCM-D100 High Resolution Portable Stereo Recorder
    Reply · Report · dallas b on Dec 14, 2016
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    Can Sound Forge Studio LE Software be used with a mac?
    A shopper on Nov 12, 2015
    Best Answer: This software is not Mac compatible. Windows only.
    Reply · Report · Mark SStaff on Nov 13, 2015
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