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I’ve owned this awesome MD recorder/player for a year now and am still very impressed. This unit has superior recording quality and the option to record 74 minutes stereo or 149 minutes mono. You can hardly tell the difference, so if you want to make a long mix or you want to make a copy of a double CD then use mono. I think it’s really cool that you can name, move, combine, delete, or erase tracks without losing all of the others.
There’s one very cool thing you can do: you can buy a cord that changes from a headphone jack into an a/v plug. This enables you to record from a computer to the track system and make really good mixes. I can’t think of any bad thing to say about this product. It’s absolutely amazing!! There are several cool features. For example: it can automatically detect the proper recording volume level depending on the output from the source. There are several more!
This is an absolutely superb technical product and I can only recommend it!
I rather think most users would be able to tell the difference between mono and stereo always supposing the channel separation was up to scratch. the connection to a computer via a headphone jack is inadvisible if there is the option of a digital link. These areas of rather questionable facts have lowered my rating to an FH.
(+) Awesome sound quality, Brilliant bass and treble capability,Brilliant recording facilties onto the new "medium" of writing MP3S on to portable audio, available in stylish colours such as balck and metallic silver, Easy to use (-) In terms of mini disk players on the market today can seem quite expensive (£240) - as you can see not the cheapest around, remote control is a little confusing, especially for the technophobic first time user (all of the buttons, seem to be in IT Jargon)