I like the Plextalk very much also. It talks you through everything and is not that huge in size, has its own built in speaker, etc. If I were podcasting, that is what I would use. I want something that can talk me through everything that I am doing. I take the Plextalk to church and record services, including worship services and sermins, and they come out really well. The machine does almost everything. It's great! Beats all the others to smiherines NOthing like it that I know of. Hurrah for Plextalk!
----- Original Message ----- From: "Robert Carter" <r-carter@xxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, October 11, 2005 9:19 AM
Subject: Re: using the plextalk
I have done a few podcasts for Blind Cool Tech recording with the Plextalk. It works very well for me.
At 07:33 AM 10/11/2005, you wrote:There's been lots of disgussion about the iriver and other small flash-based
digital recorders, and they're all cool, but I was wondering what the
thoughts out there were on how good of a recorder is the plextalk. It was
designed for daisy books but it can record in both mp3 and wav, you can use
stereo mics with a mic pre-amp, so it has potential.