Reorder still works--lost USB cable can't be replaced
Thomas C. Brown, Amazon
22 April 2014
Summary: The recorder works as well as ever, but I have misplaced the USB cable to connect it to a computer. Apparently this specialized cable is no longer stocked. And according to the last listing for it, costs almost as much as a new recorder would.
Summary: I ordered this because of a 20th Century art history class I was taking and after the first test realised I might want to record what is being said. It did exactly what I needed it to do but I had to remember to download everything from it every night or else I wouldn't have enough room for the next days classes. But other then that I have no complaints.
Summary: This is my first digital voice recorder. I use it for recording speeches and conferences. Sometimes I use it in my own office's meetings to record my mate's opinions. The software is very useful. You may change the format of your recordings using Windows Media or any similar application. My DVR is refurbished, and even so it does the job and saves my day in the sense of keeping sound records. I recommend it.
Summary: I use this product at the office for interviews, meetings and for taking notes, for me it is better than a tape recorder because it gives you the option to save recordings in a PC. It is easy to use and so is the software that comes with it. Consulting the manual is only required for the special options that it has. The best use you can give this unit is to record conversations. Other user that need stereo sound will need to searh for something else.
Summary: This tape recorder isn't bad. It's alright, I mean I probably tried ordering for all the wrong reasons. I ordered it to use it for audio for my movie, but you can definitely not use it for that, I assure you. The software wasn't great either, You have to buy extra software to turn it into an MP3 file, so good luck. Overrall, it would be a great recorder to record speeches, lectures, but nothing beyond on that.