Sony ICD B600 Digital Dictation Voice Recorder £17.99 Delivered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Product Features

* Built-in Flash Memory 512MB
* Recording and Playback Times: HQ: 61 Hr 10 Min.
* Frequency Range: HQ:16kHz; SP:8kHz LP: 8kHz
* Recording Features: Digital Voice Operated Reco
* Clock: Yes 12 or 24 hour(Date and Time)

* Product Description: Sony ICD B600 - digital voice recorder
* Product Type: Digital voice recorder - flash based
* Dimensions (WxDxH): 3 cm x 1.6 cm x 10.4 cm
* Weight: 68 g
* Sound Output Mode: Mono
* Output Power: 250 mW
* Digital Recording Time: 18095 min - LP (Long Play), 3670 min - HQ (High Quality), 9790 min - SP (Standard Play)
* Built-in Display: LCD
* Built-in clock: Yes
* Flash Memory: 512 MB
* Speaker(s): 1 x speaker - built-in - 250 mW
* Headphones: Speaker
* Microphone: Microphone - built-in
* Battery: 2 x battery - AAA type
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Items: £14.60
Postage & Packing: £4.99
Order Total: £19.59 :whistling:
Items: £14.60
Postage & Packing: £4.99
Order Total: £19.59 :whistling:

yup, noticed that just now when I went to order it. It goes to eventually!
Does anyone know what the best deal on one you can connect to a pc (usb or card) costs?
Does anyone know what the best deal on one you can connect to a pc (usb or card) costs?

They are expensive and not worth the money or the effort. I use the voice recorder on my Nokia phone. The quality is excellent. I then Bluetooth the audio file to my PC and convert in into MP3. Most phone record in .AMR, but there is free software to convert it (PM me if you want it). I have used an Olympus recorder in the past, but it does not match the quality of this method.
you could also use the line out from this or any other recorder and connect it to the line in from your pc and record it that way using free software off the net, but that might be a long winded way.
I have a Phillips 2Gb recorder with mp3 and radio too. i agree a phone can do a simple job, but i train and assess professionally and the phillips has more features and is dedicated to pupose. It was only about £70 and connects to PC. These things are almost useless without usb.
I just stick a £3 mic on the bottom of my Touch and sync it back - surprisingly good performance too.
Can this record a room in near cd-quality ? Any old mobile phone or mp3 player can record a voice into or near to its mic in a sup-par fashion but this sort of thing is meant for recording lectures, meetings, podcasts etc
I use an Olympus, somewhat like this model, with usb connection. It was great for recording my lectures...
I didn't pay £40 for it though. You can find it cheaper if you shop around.
Was humming and hawing about whether to get this, but decided to go for it in the end. Will mainly use for recording lectures and then transcribing them and for interviews for assignments, don't plan on keeping the recordings indefinitely so its ideal for me, plus anything that has a usb connection is at least double the price. Thanks op:thumbsup:
Does anybody on here use their Dictaphone, or do you use your finger like most people....? :p

(Apologies in advance - I know its old and cheesy, but I couldn't resist when the opportunity presented itself...) ;-)
No USB connection. Practically useless.
I just stick a £3 mic on the bottom of my Touch and sync it back - surprisingly good performance too.

What mic did you get for your Touch??
Still this is very cheap though...

My Olympus I have I got 2 years ago was over £100 (£139.99 IIRC)

But then its stereo and practically cd quality... can use it for recording guitar wook and everything...

... not that I use it much though... I keep forgetting to buy new batteries / rechargables...

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