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Digital Audio Recorder
    #3480463 - 12/11/04 04:27 AM (13 years, 5 months ago)

I'm looking for a portable digital audio recorder, capable of high quality recording (close to cd quality), that would allow me to digitally upload to a PC, without being to expensive, under 250. Minidisc is great for this, it's exactley what I want, except for the uploading part (impossible in case you didn't know). I hear the new Hi-MiniDisc systems can upload but you have to go through sony's own file format, wich really bugs me for some reason, anyone have any other suggestions? I've heard a little about the Nueros mp3 player, sounds like it might work, has a line in jack, but I havent heard much about how well it records, anyone have experience with this? Any ideas appreciated.

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Re: Digital Audio Recorder [Re: FrankieN]
    #3480598 - 12/11/04 05:18 AM (13 years, 5 months ago)

Do you want to actually MAKE music?

Check out the KORG PXR4 PANDORA 4 track digital recorder. You can get one for 2-300 bucks. I have one, it's pretty sweet, and completely portable. It can run off of double AA batteries for hours.

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Re: Digital Audio Recorder [Re: FrankieN]
    #3481471 - 12/11/04 01:53 PM (13 years, 5 months ago)

just get a quality mp3 harddisk player.
for example - plug it in & record.

The iRiver iHP-120 has a full suite of recording features. The device accepts both analog and digital optical line-level inputs (for recording from stereos or other devices) for audio recording, and it has both internal and external mikes for voice recording. All inputs can be recorded to WAV or MP3 at the standard bit rates. There's no volume-level meter, and gain can be set for only the external mike, but you can monitor recordings as they happen in order to set the appropriate level at the source.

record as wav & then compress/encode as you like on your computer.

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