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Re: THE BEST CHEAP RECORDING SOLUTION
Wouldn't Apple sue anyone out of existence for uttering such heresy? :)
| Although I want one, I've refused to buy an iPod until high fidelity
| live recording is supported (fat chance!), but here is a site on how to
| hack your iPod to make it record at a higher bit rate. Can't say that I
| know anyone who has tried it though.
| On Feb 7, 2005, at 6:21 PM, Sean Echevarria wrote:
| > ok - since someone else hit 250, I submit the 20GB hardddrive based
| > portable mp3 player with recording capability:
| > http://www.neurosaudio.com/store/product.asp?
| > catalog%5Fname=DigitalInnovationsCatalog&category%5Fname=Neuros+Players
| > &product%5Fid=4010301
| > (link might be wrapped)
| > No first hand experience with it myself, but the specs are interesting.
| > It will record either MP3 or WAV (in stereo) (they also sell a
| > portable stereo mic preamp and mic unit).
| > On 2005.02.07 6:09 PM, Aptrev@aol.com wrote:
| >> In a message dated 2/7/05 5:34:38 PM, email@example.com writes:
| >> << the dat mechanisms are no longer being manufactured, so it is
| >> possible to find portable units around the us$150 mark, or so I have
| >> heard on the internet grapevine. >>
| >> Hi
| >> Boss made a 4-track digital recorder the BR532 that I think they have
| >> discontinued and replaced by an 8-track version. It will record 2
| >> tracks at once and I think it uses .wav format.
| >> The BR532 uses SmartMedia cards and has a hi-fi mode. I have seen
| >> used ones going in the $200-$250 range.
| >> regards
| >> BobC