“ best minidisc player sony has ever made they went out with a bang ! i never sell mine as i long standing minidisc fan.. ” --Bocefuss4500
“ Bear with me on this review. The mini disc player for those who don't know was another Sony hard media that failed to take hold (very much like beta) and was killed of in the early 2000s. The player although small and bullet-proof, it still required a small disc on which to store music. The diskette was about the size of a PSP UMD cartridge and was capable of holding a few hours of music...” --MegaMushroom
“ Man, was this thing awesome. My second portable MD unit... the first was a player only, purchased in 1998. I bought a component-sized deck for recording to go with it. Then, years later, portable recorders came way down in price and I picked this little lovely up, circa 2002. The sound quality was, to my young self, just astounding. I don't know how it would hold up today,...” --Justinicus
“ I bought my R55 when it was first released in Japan. I was on a concert tour, saw it in the Sony Buildign and in Akihabara and just had to have it for recording my playing. The audio quality was superb for it's time, though not nearly as nice as my mom's TCD-D100. It had noise that the DAT did not. Not great battery life... Anything else, not sure. ” --violineb
ThereM-^Rs not much more you could ask for with this high-speed Net MDM-^Y player from Sony. Besides looking good, it can dub MP3s or CDs at up to 32x when recording in LP4 mode. With the G-ProtectionM-^Y anti-shock system you'll never hear a skip, and the Digital Mega Bass« provides deep bass. Plus, the power consumption technology allows for a single M-^SAAM-^T battery to last for...
Skip-Free G-Protection technology for uninterrupted playback Six-line EL (organic electroluminescence) screen for data display Huge song and data storage capacity with one GB Hi-MD disc Excellent recording and digitizing capabilities with mic input and line-in jack USB connectivity for 100x, high-speed file copying
Mini-Disc Walkman(R) player and recorder / Records at up to 64x speed / 6-band graphic equalizer / 58 hrs continuous playback
Record MP3s or CDs at up to 32x speed with Sony's new MZ-N1 high speed NetMD Walkman player/recorder. Supplied with a USB cradle for charging and Easy PC connection, this NetMD recorder rocks! Featuring a 3-line dot matrix LCD display, up to 110 hours playback, an "Easy Skip" group/folder function, ATRAC3 playback and the support of multiple Internet audio formats, this recorder...