[access-uk] Re: Sony MZB100

  • From: "Ray's Home" <rays-home@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 5 Feb 2005 22:27:57 -0000


Looks as if you are going for the MZ B100 which is the closest 
you will get to having an 'afordable' MD recorder that's much 
more usable than the run-of-the-mill portables.  I am not sure on 
this, but I am almost certain that Sony, even to this day, do not 
allow for high speed transfer FROM MD to your computer via USB. 
You can do it the other way around.  I do not know what Sonic 
Stage, or whatever will allow precisely, but I think its a case 
of matterial being counted on and off external machines when 
using with a PC.

You and others maybe interested inthe the following about the 
Edirol R1.  This is a realtime MP3 player/recorder, which can 
also record raw wav files too.  Its pretty exspensive at around 
£280.00.  What we really need is something along the lines of the 
memory card/CD recorder who's name I cannot think of just now. 
If only we could have such a talking device, minus the CD writer, 
I feel this really would be a good replacement for the trusty old 
APH recorder.  Anyway here's details of the R1.

Personal emails:  Email me at


Searching for the highest recording quality in a portable device? 
The Edirol R-1 combines a portable MP3 player with a high-quality 
MP3/WAV recorder that will suit both audio professionals as well 
as musicians. Top-grade components have been used in the R-1, 
which can record/ playback at crystal-clear, 24-bit audio 
resolution without compression.

Audio recorded on the R-1 is stored as stereo files directly onto 
removable CompactFlashT cards, allowing for maximum flexibility 
in recording time. Up to nine format-quality modes are provided, 
ranging from 64~320kbps MP3 compression to 24-bit linear WAV 
format. Electrolytic capacitors provide stable, reliable power to 
the analogue circuits, eliminating DC interference and supplying 
low-distortion sound.

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