These are the best little tape recorders ever made.
Christine Kari, Amazon
2 December 2013
Summary: I have been buying small tape recorders since they were first invented. I need them in my music teaching for me and for my students. The price is great. The ability to change speeds in several different ways is a tremendous asset. These have lasted longer than any I have ever owned. I have purchased dozens of them over the years.
For those of us who still have use for cassette tapes, this is a nice little machine.
Sung Chiu, Amazon
26 November 2013
Summary: For those of us who still have use for cassette tapes, this is a nice little machine. The best part about this specific machine, the dial to slow down or quicken up the playback. Great for listening to audio books this way as it goes thru the books a little quicker. Then again, I'm short of attention span like that. Only 1 negative. . . not stoutly built. A short drop and plastic parts break and fly. My own fault I realize, but, to me, a minus.
Summary: I do a lot of interviews while writing local peoples bio's. It has good sound, easy to carry, uses reg size tapes and I get a lot of time on the AA batteries before I have to re charge them. I used to use an electric, heavy, bulky recorder because I had not found one that was small that worked as well. This one suits my needs.