Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Choosing a player for recording
Re: Choosing a player for recording
From: Brent Harding <bharding_at_doorpi.net>
Date: Wed, 17 Jan 2007 13:49:05 -0600
I bought an Iriver 120 on Ebay. I like it a lot. It's internal mics aren't
the worst, but of course they pick up the hard drive. I think one needs a
preamp to use external mics, but the line in and out can be switched to
become digital optical for sources that use that. I think the H1x series is
the only mp3 player/recorder ever made that ever had digital input and
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tapio Kelloniemi" <persistent.spam_at_thack.org>
Sent: Wednesday, January 17, 2007 5:38 AM
Subject: Choosing a player for recording
> First I apologize, if this kind of questions are frequently asked. I took
> look at the list archives, but did not find an answer.
> I consider buying a player supported by Rockbox, but am not sure which one
> get. My criteria:
> - Supports speech at present (I'm yet another blind user)
> - Device has line-in/mic plug and Rockbox supports (or will support in
> future) recording to wav format from that device.
> Recording quality is quite important for me, which means that internal
> are out of scope. It seems that I have to choose between iAudio X5 and
> iRiver h3xx (the H1xx series seem to be completely unavailable). But I
> have any objective information about the differences of these units (and
> crystal clear information about Rockbox's stability on these devices).
> I'm very greateful, if you can guide me. Thanks in advance.
Received on 2007-01-17