Re: portable digital recorders


Subject: Re: portable digital recorders
anyato@gmx.net
Date: Fri May 14 2004 - 09:31:04 EDT


I haven't used in the iRiver in mobile situations yet, but my guess (based on its outstanding mostly-metal construction & generally smart/careful hw design) is that of the models we've mentioned so far in this discussion, it's the most likely to be successful with skip-free recording while moving around.

Anya

On Fri, 14 May 2004 08:42:11 -0400, moko@city-net.com wrote:
> Have you used the iRiver in mobile situations? I.e., does it function well if
> it's being moved around, jostled, held at various angles, etc. while
> recording?
>
> --David Mooney
>
> Quoting anyato@gmx.net:
>
> > Hands down: the iRiver iHP. 10GB, 20GB or 40GB hard drive recorder/player
> > with selectable-bitrate WAV recording (including 44.1) & much much more.
> >
> > I've owned one since January and it's damn near perfect. I've recorded a few
> > of my concerts with no issues at all.
> >
> > It's marketed as a player... for our purposes, it's useful to think of it as
> > an iPod with recording and no DRM.
> >
> > http://www.iriver.com
> >
> > Anya
> >
> >



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