Summary: The Philips LFH0882/00 Digital Voice Tracer is light-weight and very easy to use. The lapel microphone attaches easily to clothing and is fantastic for recording presentations in front of an audience.
Summary: Unbelievably awful to try and use. Difficult to figure out, counterintuitive (or wrong) button labelling, poorly written manual that doesn't even explain the different screen indicators, absolutely non-existent online support (they send you to "Philips Dictation Solutions," which doesn't have this...
Summary: I got the Phillips Digital Voice Tracer FLH882 to help me with my PhD dissertation. I plan on interfacing it to Nuance's Dragon software for automatic transcription. The device records in MP3 and WAV.
Summary: This device more than meets my recording needs. Its non-intuitive controls, however, make me miss the ease-of-use of Apple iPhones and iPods. In fairness, the competitive digital voice recorders seem to share a similar interface, at least at this price point.
Summary: Very pleased with product. It's used to record conversations and take notes for writing and archiving, transcribing voice notes, as well as listening to what was just said to help focus discussion.