Summary: This is my first digital voice recorder, so I can't compare it with others. I use an old Sony MD player/recorder to record class lectures. The quality is excellent, however, there's no usb connection, so I'd have to play back the lecture into the PC to record it.
Summary: I just list the major points to save your time: 1. Only one recording model, there is no LP/HP function. 2. Good shap, endurable, light weight. 3. No background or static noise like tape recorder or Olimpus ditigal recorders. 4. Price is fair, affordable for student. 5.
Summary: I've had the last two versions of this voice recorder (lost the first one) and have watched the features evolve...as well as my use of them. This is by far the best value for the money. At this point the higher end Sony VRs haven't created the incremental value to make it worth it.
Summary: If you are looking for a DVR for recording lectures, don't waste your money on this piece of sh**! The sound quality is very poor compaired to the LPEC units and the record volume is extremely low.
Summary: This is a nice-looking little recorder, and it is certainly cheaper than the $150 Sony ICDST10, but the audio, while generally OK for dictation, is, in my opinion, just not good enough for recording meetings or lectures.
Summary: Pros: - Large 278 minutes recording capacity at the highest (and only) recording quality mode - Good recording quality - Lightweight, but feels substantial - Small learning curve - Informative LCD display Cons: - Does not include software for Mac OS X - Play/stop toggle button is not very tactile -...
Summary: Sony ICD-P17 omes with USB cable and PC sofware to download and review the recording. There is ONE recording mode. It provides over 4 hours (278 minutes) of recording capability at great quality! It has five folders for you to store your recording and a timer to remind you.