Re: Bird sounds

Subject: Re: Bird sounds
From: Stephen Greenfield & Kit Hansen <>
Date: Wed, 9 Jul 1997 21:44:37 -0500 (CDT)
I am pretty happy with a Panasonic RQ-L319 Mini Cassette Recorder.  It's
very cheap (I think under US$40 here; I had to order it directly from the
Panasonic distributor).  It has a counter, so you can find things and play
them back; it also features a voice-activation system designed for recording
meetings or something, which is a nuisance that can be turned off.  With an
additional battery-powered microphone, it can even record a lot of bird songs.

 At 12:49 PM 7/8/97 -0400, IAIN CAMPBELL wrote:
>My dictaphone just is not doing the Job. I don't really ant to go to the
>hassle of using elaborate recording gear because I only want to be able to
>record and play right back.Does anyone use any simple tape recorder with
>mic that will suffice. 
>Iain Campbell

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