Small, wearable linear PCM recorder from DR-10C series that can be connected to the lavaliere microphone to create a compact recording system that fits on a belt pack. This version supports Sennheiser wireless system microphones and transmitters, providing a 48kHz/24-bit linear PCM mono recording of WAV files (compatible with BWF format). It has both inputs and outputs, so it can either be used stand-alone or with a wireless transmitter. When used with a transmitter, the recorder acts as a backup to protect against wireless dropouts during recording. For lectures or worship services, it can record the entire program before it gets to the front of house system. And for events like weddings and reality TV production, it is a compact recording system for body microphones. This lightweight recorder runs for at least 10 hours on a single AAA battery and records to standard microSD media. Recording features include auto-gain and a low-cut filter for simple setup. Its dual recording feature records a safety track of the audio at a lower level, so in case of distortion you have a non-clipped backup. When multiple units are used, an infrared signal can synchronize settings between recorders. Other functions include the sliding record switch and hold function to prevent misoperation during recording data, time track incrementing function that can create new files at regular intervals (every 15 minutes) during recording, or the playback function that allows recorded data to be checked immediately. The recorder provides a headphone output, an easy-to-read organic EL display and a micro USB B port that enables easy data exchange with computers. The firmware can be updated using a microSD card. A belt clip and a custom case for storing the unit and accessories are included, as well as a silicon band that can be used to attach the unit to a transmitter included.