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Re: solid state recorders
Yes; I'm waiting for the R-09 as it is much smaller than the R-1 and has
built-in microphones. The sound-demos of the R-1 that are available on
Edirol's website made me believer they're doing a good job. I hope the
quality of the R-09 microphones is similar to that of the R-1.
> I rather like the M-audio too, though I agree that there are problems.
> There was no other choice for me as I need coax digital.
> I hear that there's a new Edirol coming out that's much smaller and
> has different I/O...?
> On 4/10/06, David Gans <email@example.com> wrote:
>> At 10:21 AM +0200 4/10/06, Michael Peters wrote:
>>> my trusty old Sony DAT walkman is broken ... I'm thinking about
>>> of these new flash-card driven solid state recorders ... can anyone
>>> recommend one? the Marantz looks best but has a out-of-reach price
>>> I'd like to be able to record concerts but also field recordings ...
>>> one also use them to temporarily store images from the digicam via
>>> would be very cool for vacation)
>> I have been pretty happy with my M-Audio Microtrack. They've got
>> some more work to do on it, but they're improving it constantly.
>> David Gans - firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
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