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Sony PCM-D50

If you're looking to make great mobile recordings without lugging around a cumbersome laptop recording rig, the Sony PCM-D50 offers an unbeatable combination of design, recording quality, battery life, and features at a justifiable price.

By March 24, 2008

4 stars Editors' rating March 24, 2008
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Sony PCM-D50

If you're looking to make great mobile recordings without lugging around a cumbersome laptop recording rig, the Sony PCM-D50 offers an unbeatable combination of design, recording quality, battery life, and features at a justifiable price.

March 27, 2008

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Sony PCM-D50 review, photos

Donald Bell offers his review, photos gallery, and video First Look of the Sony PCM-D50 portable audio recorder.

By March 26, 2008

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Photos: Sony PCM-D50

The Sony PCM-D50 is a first-class handheld audio recorder, useful for capturing concerts, lectures, and sounds in nature. More than any other competing product in its price range, the Sony PCM-D50 is a treat for the eyes that includes loads of design details worth a closer inspection.

8 Images By March 24, 2008

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Sony PCM-D50 makes great pet

Donald Bell gives his early impressions of the Sony PCM-D50 mobile audio recorder.

By March 14, 2008

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Do you remember when Sony was Apple?

Sony dominated consumer electronics for decades, but that was a long time ago.

By September 30, 2012

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Did we listen to just as much music before the iPod?

Some say the iPod changed everything, but the Audiophiliac doesn't agree.

By September 1, 2012

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Can you buy a great hi-fi on a budget?

A great hi-fi doesn't have to be expensive; a wise shopper can put together a nice system on the cheap.

By November 19, 2009

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Artist as Enterpreneur panel: A follow-up

A few things I didn't have a chance to say during the South by Southwest panel include band advice or touring, relationships, and self-recording during rehearsals.

By March 18, 2009

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A whopping $35 million for RockYou's social-network apps

The manufacturer of Vampires and SuperWall has pulled in a big Series C round, something that some critics will say is overblown since the social application space hasn't proven its ability to make money.

By June 9, 2008