Summary: I have had several digital recorders . I always go back to this brand. Whether it is not taking notes for a class , or just to remember something along the way. it is easy to divide the different subjects by folder . Another positive aspect is the battery life is long lasting.
Summary: I BOUGHT IT FOR MY DAUGHTER WHO LIKES IT VERY MUCH. SHE USES IT TO RECORD LECTURES AT COLLEGE. SHE HAS A COCHLEAR IMPLANT WHICH WORKS VERY WELL BUT DOES NOT CAPTURE ENOUGH OF THE SPEECH IN THE CLASSROOM. THE SONY RECORDS MORE OF THE SPEECH SOUNDS WHICH SHE LISTENS TO GET ALL OF THE LECTURE.
Excerpt: I use this recorder for lectures in school. It has really good recording capability. When I play it back I can hear the professor clearly speaking. I don't always have time to remember to switch my folders on the recorder however, and it has no option to transfer files to and from different folders.
Pros: Has files so you can separate your recordings.
Cons: Does not allow you to transfer files to folders after it has been recorded.
Excerpt: Excellent documentation for the numerous capabilities of this little recorder; this may inhibit its' usage for those lacking reading skills. As it records in state of the art MP3 formats, simply connect the headphone jack out to a computer microphone or sound card auxiliary input & instantly...
Excerpt: When I purchased this recorder I assumed that all recorders have an option to upload to the computer, this one doesn't. You would be able to seperately purchase a cable if you wish to to this, there are forums online about the process.
A very cheap, basic recording device. Slightly hard to rewind precisely
2 September 2015
Excerpt: I bought this from Argos for £29.99 and use this when typing notes up for the service doctor. The doctor reported that the device is easy to use and he finds it easy to navigate through the notes left for each client he sees.
Pros: "Easy to use", "Able to hear clearly"
Cons: "Batteries seem to drain quickly", "Rewinding is difficult"