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aaronji:
Hard to believe it has been five years since the first post...Continued from:  http://taperssection.com/index.php?topic=160902.360

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Part 1: http://taperssection.com/index.php?topic=124639.0

Scooter123:
I called today and inquired about a new Sony PCM-M10 and was advised by my dealer that Sony has announced that the M-10 will be discontinued. 

For those dealers that have no stock, prices may creep a little higher, as Sony is not discounting the unit. 

For those dealers that have large stock supplies, you may see prices dip below $200.

I found a unit at Guitar Center, for in stock items only, for $170 free shipping.  B&H has it for $199 free shipping.   Sweetwater has it for $250. 

No replacement model has been announced, but I assume an announcement is forthcoming. 

gmm6797:
well, CES isnt until January

aaronji:
Interesting!  I wonder what they have on tap for new models?  As I noted above, it has been five years since the M10 came out, so the time is ripe for an update (that doesn't cost 800 bucks like the D100)...

yates7592:
To be honest, what can be done to improve the M10 and keep it in roughly the same price bracket?

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