[linux-audio-user] (very) low-end recording solution
ktenney at gmail.com
Wed Mar 14 12:32:35 EDT 2007
I've found the iRiver ifp-795 to be decent quality,
it plays ogg.
On 3/13/07, Ken Restivo <ken at restivo.org> wrote:
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> Can you recommend a particular make/model? Emphasis on the "cheap"?
> Bonus if it does ogg's.
> - -ken
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> On Sun, Mar 11, 2007 at 10:02:57PM +0100, Atte Andr? Jensen wrote:
> > steev wrote:
> > >Recommending new hardware isn't completely out of the question
> > At the risk of shooting my leg of, I'd say if I were in your friends
> > shoes I'd prefer a simple, rock steady solution. A comsumer mp3 player
> > with a record-to-mp3 feature + a good microphone (I have a stereo pair
> > that sounds really good, forgot their name, look like walkman-style
> > earplugs, cost me arround 150 euro if I remember correctly).
> > o boot time, no movable parts, no hardware noise, fits in a pocket, no
> > setup, just a few buttons and potentionally more stable than any
> > computer-based system.
> > Audio must however be edited on a seperate system, but any os should do
> > there for simple cuts and so...
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