Came on time. Everything was as described. Unit ...
6 March 2015
Summary: Came on time. Everything was as described. Unit works well. Everything was as expected but for the packaging and I understand that because it is a discontinued Item and is New but Old. Hoping it holds up over time.
Summary: This is a great recorder. It supports the old MD format and the slightly newer MDLP format. It does not support Hi-MD. It is a good all around recorder for the cost. Keep in mind MD is a dead product. Here is the not so great part: There is no digital out! Only a digital input.
Summary: I purchased this machine 18 months ago and have loved every use of it. I have not had a problem with this unit playing even warped discs. The only thing I wish it had was a peak level readout when playing back discs (it's only active during recording).
Summary: As a DJ, I have been using the Sony MXD3 and MXD40 because they have the CD player and 4x burn speed to MD feature, they sold for around $375 back in 2002. Unfortunately, I can no longer find any new CD to MD burn unit except the Tascam unit which sells for $800.
Could use a headphone jack, but otherwise excellent.
14 November 2007
Summary: This is an excellent sounding, easy to use minidisc unit. The only obvious feature I can think of that it's missing is a headphone jack. I bought mine through Amazon and it was the best price around with free (and fast) shipping.
Summary: this was a great buy for the money, the product came a little early which was a plus but the one down side was after one week the player broke and i had to send it back but as long as you save your receipt everything is good!
Don't Buy This Model Mini Disc Recorder ! - Heads Up - This Item Has No Headphone Jack Output On It !!
Amazon Feedback Person, Amazon
11 October 2007
Summary: "...Plain & simple why I hate this item? There is no headphone jack output. Plain & simple as to why it is that I hate this item enough to give it only a one star rating. Unless you plug this mini disc player into your amplifier or a secondary listening source input , you cannot listen to this mini...
Summary: I have been recording music as a hobby since I was a kid in the mid 1960s. I am familiar with all of the pre-computer formats. I find little joy in messing with a computer to make music. The best sound comes from the older, analog formats. If you have a good LP and turntable, that sounds the best.