Excelente Product but a little bit slowly the delivery
SALVADOR GARIBAY, Amazon
26 August 2013
Summary: The transaction was a little bit slowly respect to the delivery service, but respect that it's an used product, was in very good condition and protected for the trip, at the end I do consider that the delivery was a bit time consuming but worth it. I'll have in the future more transactions with this website.
Summary: I use MD player mostly for listening to audio books. It will play back where you left last time by simply press PLAY. The sound quality is more than adequate. The best part that you will have an almost unlimited storage space with this system. However, the recent drop in flash memory price has made it less competitive to players with memory expansion slot.
Summary: The I bought the MZ-RH910 one year ago and so far it has been the most convenient player around. The player itself is well designed and the features are very welcomed, specially the line in recording, which makes good quality recordings. The problem is in the PC-Player interface. SonicStage sucks to be honest. The program crashes often during transfer and the transfer speed with conversion is slow (which could be the program, the player write speed or both).
Summary: The Sony MZ-RH910 comes with -PC Sonic Stage MD burning program- Stereo head phones-AC Power Adaptor-USB cable -1 Rechargable Battery-1Dry Battery Case-1GB Blank Disk . I use the MZ-R910 to record my music group,I use the High Quality sony ECM-DS70P stereo microphone,it's small and made for High Quality recording for useing HI-MD recorders or D.A.T.
Summary: Requires installation of bloated software on every Windows machine you want to transfer files too. Only works with a Windows machine. From the Manual (of which I couldn't copy and paste from because it is "copy protected") a note states "Tracks that have been digitally recorded on a Hi-MD device and then imported to SonicStage cannot be written to Audio CD." So if you hook up a digital mixer to the MD to record your band you are out of luck.
Summary: The SonicStage is really a disaster. I have been using MZ-RH910 for a year, and I use it for recording music lessons. When I upload my files to computer to back them up, I alway have some recordings (about 15%)unreadable by SonicStage, even though I can listen to them with the MiniDV. What can I do with those recordings? I can only leave them in the MD walkman. If my MZ-RH910 is broken, I have to buy another one in order to listen to those recordings.
Summary: This is the 3rd Mini Disc Player I have had; the 2nd Hi MD. Got it to replace one that was stolen, which brings me to my first point, if I had a hard drive player, and it got stolen, I would have had to replace all the songs I had previously transfered. I have 5 HiMD disc with about 3500 songs. I am able to share discs with my wife, can't do that with a HD player. I just tried the tape transfer and it works great.
Summary: This model is being discontinued. My understanding is that the model superceding this one has a lit display, which would be a real improvement. The instructions that came with the recorder are not great, but not bad. I bought the recorder primarily for recording our albums on vinyl and on magnetic tape and converting them to audio CDs. It's working very well for that purpose. I have not tried recording with a microphone.
Summary: I use this MD recorder with an inexpensive A-T Pro24 stereo microphone for field and live acoustic recording. It really hasn't let me down yet. The sound quality is extremely realistic. I've recorded things ranging from timpanis to vocals to chimes and the frequency response has been very satisfactory. The only complaint that I could make is that, if you choose to set the record level manually, you have to reset it every time you record.
Summary: The MZ-RH910 can be used either as a Digital Audio player (MP3 player) or as a digital or analogue recorder. To use it as a DAP, download Sonic Stage (the latest version is 3.4) and create a music library as with any MP3 Player. Connect the MZ to your PC via a USB connection and transfer. A primary motive for buying this machine in preference to a hard-disk "MP3 Player" was the ability to record my vinyl LPs.