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voice recorder

by avraham / September 21, 2004 9:53 AM PDT

what I'm looking for is a mobile voice recording device,note: NOT MD's, i had bad experience with them. my first choice is a device which records in WAV 44KHZ 16BIT. if there is no such thing i can compromise a MP3 16BIT 44KHZ 128 kdps. it's important that the device will have an ext. mic line-in, and enough internal memory for the recordings, about 10GB and up.
thank you.

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by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / September 21, 2004 10:05 AM PDT
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Re: voice recorder
by rcgcfn / September 21, 2004 10:51 AM PDT
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www.neurosaudio.com

They have a product that records with a built in mic, a line in (requieres pre amp apperantly), and from the radio, it also has a feature that you can record 30 seconds from any source, and it will try to tell you what the song was when you get back to the computer. I can't explain how awesome it is here, and don't trust the current cnet review, that is like over a year old, it's sooo much better now. Supports ogg, wav, mp3 - built in transmitter for over FM frequencies. "DJ controls" change speed/A-B looping. Interchangeable backpack for easy Hardware upgrading.

!!Open Source Code!! Just recently opened up, you can customize your Firmware if you have the skills.

But just go there and check it out,
It your wanting external mics, I don'think size will matter to you much so good luck!

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