recording device - help would be greaty appreciated

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Richard, Jul 29, 2003.

  1. Richard

    Richard Guest

    I know this is probably not the best newsgroup to post this message to
    but I have had very good experiences with this one for all problems so

    I am looking to buy a device which will basically allow me to record
    lectures. I go to regular talks on various things and want to record
    them. Not just really so that I can keep them forever but also so that
    I can transcript what the speaker has said.

    I know that quite obvious are those tape recorder things. I know you
    can get little ones, like dictaphones, as well as normal tape size.
    The only problem with normal tape size is that its pretty inefficient.
    Each talk pretty much takes up a whole tape.......

    Any thoughts? Are there any other possibilities apart from the tape

    Thanks very much

    Richard, Jul 29, 2003
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  2. Richard

    Simeon Guest

    You could buy a portable minidisc recorder and a mic to go with it. It'll
    let you record up to 150 min (2.5 hours) on mono recording.
    Simeon, Jul 29, 2003
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  3. How much are you prepared to spend? PocketPC devices generally have
    audio recording capability, the only restriction on length of
    recording being the amount of storage. This can be extended by
    lowering the sampling rate.


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