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C G Kolar <email@example.com> wrote:
>Hello. I was wondering if anyone in the group could offer a
>suggestion for a digital voice recorder that would be suitable for
>recording spoken interviews. I currently have an old Olympus DS-150
>and would like to get some more modern equipment for myself and my
>team members. Looking around online there are now so many hybridized
>recorders/multimedia players that it is difficult to discern where to
>start, so I thought I would ask USENET.
>1. We are looking to record a few hours of voice, typically two
>people sitting across from one another or a group of people gathered
>around a table. My guess is that the standard mic should be
>sufficient for this. I am not sure what memory is like these days,
>but my guess is that recording times are longer than my DS150.
>2. We would like to be able to USB it into a Windows PC and convert
>the recording to WAV format (for use in dictation software).
>3. Apart from that, a sub $100 price point would be ideal.
>Thanks in advance for any suggestions. I appreciate your help.
got a Olympus VN-240PC
think controls & features are better than hybrid may offer
produces wav files & has USB link
std mike works just fine
just wish i could import the wav's into word, as text