Really bad option when there are far superior options at a better price
Jennifer gambino, Amazon
6 October 2012
Summary: I use digital voice recorders at my job daily to increase my productivity. Needless to say, the week this thing came into my life, my productivity sunk to new lows between problems with the device and problems with Nuance's tech support/return of the item. I purchased this product (not through Amazon), but through Nuance, (my first mistake) at the advice of the retail suport person at Nuance.
Summary: Purchased one Voice Tarcker LFH0662 and it came very quickly. Had no problems with delivery service. The unit itself appeared to be used. It had music stored on folder "B" (bad rock music too). Biggest problem with unit is I could not hear from the speaker even when recording speech near the microphone and using max volume. The company that supplied it was great. They responded quickly to my review.
Summary: I purchased this unit to take notes while driving or working out, and it works great for this purpose. I also discovered that it works great for recording phone interviews (using a phone adapter, and with permission), and also to record songs with my music group for later practice-- it's nice to practice guitar or bass parts with the actual arrangement.
Summary: I'm very happy with this product, for both its performance and value. I use it to record sermons in church for subsequent posting to a website. The sound quality is excellent; however, I'm using a wired connection to an audio mix board. I found it very easy to use right out of the box - even without directions (as you'd expect from a guy). The USB interface makes it very easy to download and manage the files for editing.
Summary: I use it to record Islamic lectures and post them online on [...] website. This record produces excellent audio quality which I didn't find in many other recorders. It has many levels that you can choose for the quality. In SHQ (super high quality) a 37 min lecture came to be 51mb. The recorder is very compact and I love the 2 rechargeable AAA cells. If they ever run out, we can use regular cells.
Summary: I have been using digital recorders for many years. I use them daily in my line of work. If I leave home without one, I turn around and drive back and get one. The Philips is a disappointment. It is hard to use. The Ergonomics were designed by engineers I assume. Companies make mistakes by not having input from the end user. If you can't use one of these recorder with one hand (easily) why have a small one? Quality is good but a very low grade for the ergonomics.