Re: Hi-MD recorders
"Rob Danielson" danielson_rob
Thu Nov 2, 2006 10:39 am (PST)
At 9:17 AM -0800 11/2/06, Gene Dorcas wrote:
>Does anyone have any info on Sony's future plans for Hi-MD. It looks like
>the RH1 and M200 are the only 2 they're shipping now. It would really be
>cool if there was an inexpensive, small flash recorder with good mic pream=
>like the Hi-MD recorders.
Because I record for long durations, I'd go for 4GB and larger flash
capacity, but flash is so dern expensive,.. I'd rather be able to
take 20 -reusable 1GB discs on a trip (inital cost $120) and not have
to use the computer at all for downloads. More PIP voltage/current.
Then usb simple drag-copy. I like the rotary knobs/buttons on first
generation models best. There's lots of stuff to add like 24 bit
recording, but I think $300 is a good price point to target. Based on
current availability, another unit >$200 with the same, "unpopular"
;-) features would sell well. Rob D.
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