Summary: I love this voice recorder, I passed it around between friends for their lectures whenever I didn't need it. Some of them didn't take good care of it but it's okay because this voice recorder still lasted through all that. Saw one of my friends drop it several times. lol. Also I still have it and it still works.
Summary: We bought this to record board meetings. The meetings aren't very long but this little puppy goes through batteries like crazy. I have to replace the battery every other meeting and the meetings are only 1 hour long. Also, it's difficult to transfer to Windows Media Player. I should be able to figure it out but I'm not a computer genius and I don't think I should have to be. Instructions are not good for the operation of this dvr.
Summary: I must say, for the last three years I've been stationed overseas and so I order things often on Amazon. Since having an APO address, things aren't able to be shipped here often. And when it is, it take at least a week and a half to get here. This has been the fastest I have ever received something I ordered. It was sent from "the happy store". Again, hands down on the shipping.
Summary: Excellent product! Easy to use with good sound quality. I have used this recorder almost on a daily basis for over two years and it far exceeds the cheaper brands I have purchased. This recorder has even gone through the washer and after a drying period worked fine. This is a high quality item well worth the money. All I do is plug it into my USB port and download the files I need to save. Playback on windows media is great!
Summary: This product is really amazing! It is easy to use,light to carry,and its sound is excellent. Its usb connectivity is a great facility that enables me to edit the recorded sound tracks on my computer easily and quickly..
Review for Macintosh Users and Those Matching Sound With Video
10 October 2010
Summary: I'm currently pulling what little hair I have out of my head. The issue: Finding the hideous WMA Macintosh workaround. One would have hoped that Olympus would have used a more universally recognized sound format than WMA. First, find an audio pgrm that actually will convert to AIFF (or mp3). Well, I found that - an app called Switch - which is now shareware (not free).