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Subject: Re: Cheap recorder, it works
From: Rob Danielson <>
Date: Sun, 12 Feb 2006 17:34:55 -0600
At 11:11 PM +0000 2/11/06, tmerk1997 wrote:

>we met briefly at the end of the "Field recording
>in the Wild" workshop you et al gave at the 2004 San Francisco AES

I remember now and thanks for further detail. Seems like one would
face substantial work-arounds with this iRiver unit. I fear one might
have to jump all the way down to $30 mono dictation recorder to
justify not spending another $130 for a RH910. The critical features
I need are: a stereo mic input, manual gain and a stereo headphone
output.   Rob D.

>- Tom

Rob Danielson
Film Department
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee


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