Summary: This worked as advertised. I use it to record at church from the mixer board. The output from the board is line but I found that mic input on this device works better because it is a little more sensitive and I do not get any clipping anyway.
Summary: - Sound quality is very good in my opinion. - Extremely easy and logical to use. - It is light weight and small and can seem a bit flimsy, but in my opinion, it is not. - The speaker is small and obviously won't sound like a hifi, but it is good enough to judge the recoding level.
Summary: This is a very tiny device which you could take anywhere in your pocket. Apart from its portability, the recording quality is adequate. Haven't tried in a large room, but it appewars to record voices sufficiently in a small room.
I purchased two of these . . . . one for a relative
W. D. Jack Moran, Amazon
23 February 2010
Summary: After considerable research I purchased two of these; one to replace a top of the line Sony that was too small to hold and use effectively. The Sanyo Recorder has been everything I had hoped they would be.
Summary: The device works great. However some feature need to be improved: 1. The timer time is not very flexible (.5, 1hr, 2hr etc.) Would be better to specify start and end time. Also to establish everyday, M-F, Sundays, Saturdays recordings. 2. Navigation is clumsy.
Summary: For the PRICE it's a good - no GREAT little device! One AAA battery lasts forever, easy to use and versatile. If you need audio from anywhere to mp3, this unit can do the job. Mic/line-in/phones = 10 Function buttons = 10 Navigation / user interface = 10 Play speed = 10+ (great feature) Menu...
Summary: I found the Sanyo ICR-FP700D to be as advertised. Be aware that if you use the built-in speaker for play back, it will hum rather badly. However, if you play back via USB onto your PC, the audio is just fine.
Sanyo Digital Recorder Creates Stereo or Mono MP3 Files
M. Sabo, Amazon
23 July 2009
Summary: First, specifications require SD or SDHC memory cards from 512 to 8 GB. Not all cards are the same and recording on different cards may cause the recorded sound to skip; therefore, the recorder may have to be used to reformat the card. I suggest to make a sample recording first.