Great Machine. Don't Pay More than $175 for one though!
Amazon Customer, Amazon
9 November 2014
Summary: I have owned/used the Sony M-2020 for many years. This model was marketed as an "office supply store" version (versus their professional-grade line of dictation machines). I have owned/used both types. I have to say that this machine is a great machine.
Summary: Because my company is going to be converting to electronic records, I did not want to purchase a new set at the cost of $500.00- $700.00. After reviewing the ratings and seeing the four month warranty I decided to order. They did not disappoint!
Summary: I've been using the Panasonic RR930 transcriber for medical transcription for almost 20 years now. It's much easier to use than either the Sony or the Olympus. Other than wearing them out and then needing to replace them periodically, they work great.
Summary: I had been using a Lanier dictation station for years and it finally broke. In looking for a replacement this seemed to satisfy. Overall, it is a very good piece of equipment. The only drawback is something that I overlooked in the specs.
Summary: I am a medical transcriber and got this as a backup machine. I now use this one most of the time. The sound is clear. I like that it's smaller than my older transcriber (a different brand). This has fewer options than others, but I can manage without them.