Re: Minidisc backup
Sat, 07 Jun 2003 16:39:07 -0000
> I am looking for a good minidisc recorder
> as a field backup to another system.
> Something in the $3-400 range, or less.
The Sharp MD-MT290 (www.minidisco.com, $230)
is a good choice. Be careful choosing a
minidisc player that's much cheaper than
this. They often don't have a mic-in port.
> Must be able to transfer data to PC--
> assume using something like CoolEdit2000.
Minidisc recorders in this price range do not
permit digital transfer of recordings from
minidisc to PC. You'll have to play the
recording through the analog audio out
(line out or headphone port), and re-record
on the PC. Lots of people do this and
report that it works fine.
One alternative is to buy a Japan & European
market mindisc deck like the Sony MDS-JE780
(www.minidisco.com, $460) that has S/PDIF
digital optical output.
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