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Sony MZ-B100, Accessible-yes, but at What Sacrifice?

Subject: Sony MZ-B100, Accessible-yes, but at What Sacrifice?
From: "Jerry Berrier" <>
Date: Thu, 2 Jun 2005 15:58:49 -0400
I'm considering purchasing a Sony MZ-B100 minidisc recorder.  It's the most
user-friendly on the market for people who are blind.  It has lots of nice
features, but I've been told that its microphone input is suitable for
business meeting recording, but not for the frequency range needed for
nature recordings.
If that's true, then I'd need to use a preamp and plug into the line-in jack
instead of the mic jack.  I don't think I want to have to do that.
Anyone have any experience with this machine?

Jerry Berrier



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