Summary: I have had this one for years and it still works and sounds great. Its a freakin little voice recorder, what do people expect $4000 sound system in a tiny little recorder, come on!! It's great and very simple to use.
Summary: This digital voice recorder is very good for the price. The ease of moving files to my laptop is another plus. The display is a bit small for my liking, but the price offsets that. Great product from RCA.
Summary: The sound quality is excellent on this. Especially when wearing earphones. When switched to the sensitive mode, it really is super sensitive. I had it in my basement (to catch weird noises I hear) and its so sensitive it picks up the noise of a car passing by.
Summary: I've had this little recorder for a couple or three years now. It was my first digital recorder. I decided to get it to record my Sunday School lessons. I ended up having to get an external mic from Radio Shack for clarity.
Summary: This is the first digital recorder I have ever owned, and I think it's the neatest thing since sliced white bread. This is just a wonderful little recorder. I don't know what planet the other reviewers are from, or maybe they're hearing impaired from listening to earsplitting music volumes.The...
Summary: This was a waste of money. I returned it in less than an hour. The recording quality (there was none) was awful. I could barely understand what I said. I bought the RP 5022A by RCA instead and it is like comparing a Rolls Royce to a VW Beetle !!!!
Summary: I believe this recorder to be the RCA RP-5030 (at least the specs and picture match that model). I have been using (or attempting to use) this recorder for two weeks now. I have finally decided to give up on it and get an Olympus voice recorder instead.