Re: [PanoToolsNG] What is best sound recorder for VR
- Luca I have to disagree with you. The build quality and audio quality
of the Micro Track is superior to either of the Zooms. Yes the
downside is the battery but in bang for the buck the MicroTrack wins
in my opinion. I solved the battery issue by getting an iPod ext
battery which has several cables to adapt to the iPod or any device
that has USB ports. It's about the size of the MT but thinner. I
talked to quite a few people about pocket recorders and most hated
the zooms electronics and build quality. I looked around for 3 months
and did a lot of research. My first pick would have been the $1800
sony solid state recorder but my budget wouldn't take that so the
MicroTrack won. Sony and Marantz just came out with some competing
micro recorders but they are still pricey at $500 and $400
respectively but truly pro devices and very well built.
Just my .02 USD and late to the conversation at that!
On Dec 22, 2007, at 11:19 AM, Luca Vascon wrote:
> defenitely NOT. Proprietary battery, built in, and lacks a lot of
> little things...
> Built in batteries are a definite no-no in audio recording devices,
> thermical shocks etc. are shortening their life FAST. And you should
> always have with you an external battery pack AND more batteries
> for it?
> Maudio is the one not to buy.
> Andre Witkam ha scritto:
> > another great recorder
> > http://www.m-audio.com/products/en_us/MicroTrackII-main.html
> > <http://www.m-audio.com/products/en_us/MicroTrackII-main.html>
Robert C. Fisher