Voice recorders come in pretty handy for musicians, if you have a song you want to lay down and remember later, but sound quality is usually not that great unless you shell out a ton of money. Well, JVC Japan is tossing their hat into the ring with the XA-LM1 LessonMaster.
This one features stereo mics, a digital audio recorder supporting PCM wave files (48kHz/16bit) or MP3s (up to 192KB), a 2GB microSD card, 23mm speaker, metronome, and a chromatic tuner. If you want to use the tuner, you’ll need to be able to read Japanese though. It will arrive in early October and cost about ¥26,250 or €195.