- Hmm... if that s the case, perhaps we need to rethink the requirements a bit. Do you have a laptop? If so, could you perhaps buy an AC adapter, a $75 pair ofMessage 1 of 4 , Jul 3, 2008View SourceHmm... if that's the case, perhaps we need to rethink the requirements a
bit. Do you have a laptop? If so, could you perhaps buy an AC adapter, a
$75 pair of mikes, and record on the laptop? (With whoever's not driving
running the laptop, of course... not worth getting into an accident.)
John McJunkin wrote:
> In the course of writing a lot of pro audio product reviews over the
>> Hey folks,
- ... From: Braindouche! (snip) ... (snip) ... (snip) Before I bought my Edriol R-09 ... I had (have) two Olympus Digital Voice Recorders. I liked the firstMessage 2 of 4 , Jul 3, 2008View Source
----- Original Message -----
> I've recently found myself in the market for a little hand-held
> digital recorder, mostly because my wife said that she'd like to
> record the deep conversations we have in the car and said I could buy
> Anybody have experience with this stuff? Am I missing a totally
> obvious option? What would you do with your 75 smackers?
Before I bought my Edriol R-09 ... I had (have) two Olympus Digital Voice
Recorders. I liked the first one so much that I bought another one with
more memory (longer recording times).
For what you want it for .. I would go with one of those. My experience
with them is that if you want to record a business meeting, or a student
recording a lecture, or a discussion in a vehicle ... they are fine.
My Olympus is the VN-480PC but it is no longer available. The VN-4100PC is
.. Amazon has it for less than $50.00. NOTE: the "PC" part of the name is
important with these devices. That means they have a USB port to transfer
the audio files to a PC. Otherwise you have to import it, in real time, via
the computer mic jack.
Yes, a Zoom H-2 or better .. would work but cost a *lot* more.
Boston, MA, USA