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AdvantagesGreat sound quality, good set of features, three heads

DisadvantagesNo remote control

...a deliberate ploy to stimulate sales of CD recorders and other more "hi-tech" gadgetry. Hence, I bought this machine for the grand sum of £10 second hand. I believe it retailed for under £100 new, though I suspect it has been discontinued now. I will begin with the playback side of things. When I first started using this machine, I suddenly found myself listening to lots of old pre-recorded cassettes...

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AdvantagesTakes regular sized audio cassettes, double-time recording, inexpensive model

DisadvantagesNeeds to be used close to sound-source, a bit bulky for some tastes

...the same size as a cassette-playing personal stereo (gosh, that sounds almost Jurassic now doesn't it?). Therefore, it uses regular-sized audio cassettes (Type I only), unlike those dictaphones that take those tiny, Lilliputtian cassettes. I see this as an advantage, in that you can play back what you've recorded on any tape machine - thus saving precious battery life (it takes 2 x AA batteries...

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“CD 'Ah”

published 23/09/2001

AdvantagesNo more problems.

DisadvantagesNone Yet.

...I'm sure just about everyone has heard of the name Memorex, though most likely due to the never ending need for good quality hi-fi or video cassettes. Well, there's now also a variety of CD media available from the same makers. Ever since I brought my first CD Writer, I have been plagued with an array of problems, the first being, "Please insert a disk with more space", or something very...

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