Don't Buy This Model Mini Disc Recorder ! - Heads Up - This Item Has No Headphone Jack Output On It !!
Amazon Feedback Person, Amazon
16 April 2013
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: 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: If you like minisdiscs, this is a good recorder. The earlier version 500 series had more features. I miss the headphone jack, but like the SF edit that allows me to raise the entire volume of the disc. Overall, a good purchase.
Summary: The Mini Disc format lost out to inferior CDs, just because CDs came first. MD is a far superior format to any other consumer format available today. It's has editing capabilities that can't be performed with any other format.
Summary: All electronics should work this easily. You hook it up, read the manual, play with it alittle bit and it works like a charm. I've been using two (home desk and car player) for 5 years now. They just seem to last forever.
Not Compatible with Singapore Voltage and frequency
A. Swaminathan, Amazon
21 October 2008
Summary: I purchased this item with understanding that the voltage and frequency meets Singapore requirement of 230V AC 50Hz. Since it was not mentioned in the specification 120Volt 60Hz, I bought an adapter which converts 230V to 110V. Still the frequency remain unchanged.
Summary: I've always loved music, particularly portable music, be it 45s, 8 tracks, cassettes, cds, and our modern offerings. I recall when cassettes became so easy to create, we thought we had reached the promised land. Then the cd format stepped in and changed the world.