Voice Recorders
post-194608
Thread Starter
Post #1 of 5

disturbed

500+ Head-Fier
Joined
Jul 26, 2001
Messages
831
Reaction score
10
Joined
Jul 26, 2001
Posts
831
Likes
10
I'm looking for a decent voice recorder that connects to a pc to directly transfer the recorded files.

This is for University and I need at least 5hr's of decent voice quality.

Any suggestions anyone?
 
     Share This Post       
post-194697
Post #2 of 5

LTUCCI1924

Headphoneus Supremus
Joined
Mar 22, 2002
Messages
6,240
Reaction score
11
Joined
Mar 22, 2002
Posts
6,240
Likes
11
HI: I have the sony icd-B-5 very simple and 2 1/2 hours but the sony icd B-25 is 5 hours and go to pc with voice recognition and has lots of features. Go to sonyusa.com and there are many to chose from. I bought mine at staples also office max has them. I use mine as a personal secretary and life manager. If I get a thought I just record it. Phone #, things I have to do, appointments. I would be lost with out mine and I don't go to collage LOL.
Ps
These are tape less with a chip inside.
 
     Share This Post       
post-194862
Post #3 of 5

disturbed

500+ Head-Fier
Joined
Jul 26, 2001
Messages
831
Reaction score
10
Joined
Jul 26, 2001
Posts
831
Likes
10
Quote:

Originally posted by LTUCCI1924
HI: I have the sony icd-B-5 very simple and 2 1/2 hours but the sony icd B-25 is 5 hours and go to pc with voice recognition and has lots of features. Go to sonyusa.com and there are many to chose from. I bought mine at staples also office max has them. I use mine as a personal secretary and life manager. If I get a thought I just record it. Phone #, things I have to do, appointments. I would be lost with out mine and I don't go to collage LOL.
Ps
These are tape less with a chip inside.


How is the sound quality for voices others than my own. Example In a quiet room an instructor is giving a lecture ...
 
     Share This Post       
post-194970
Post #4 of 5

LTUCCI1924

Headphoneus Supremus
Joined
Mar 22, 2002
Messages
6,240
Reaction score
11
Joined
Mar 22, 2002
Posts
6,240
Likes
11
HI: there are two sensitivity settings. One is low and just for your voice at about 4-6 inches away. High is for a room or hall where the sound or voice is far or farther away or a group of voices are talking.
 
     Share This Post       
post-195075
Post #5 of 5

disturbed

500+ Head-Fier
Joined
Jul 26, 2001
Messages
831
Reaction score
10
Joined
Jul 26, 2001
Posts
831
Likes
10
Quote:

Originally posted by LTUCCI1924
HI: there are two sensitivity settings. One is low and just for your voice at about 4-6 inches away. High is for a room or hall where the sound or voice is far or farther away or a group of voices are talking.


Thanks I'll go have a look
 
     Share This Post       

Users Who Are Viewing This Thread (Users: 0, Guests: 1)

Top