good cheap line in recorder

MARKLAR

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anyone know of any good cheap recorders to record mixes
my laptop has the whole fuzz problem and ground loop isolator fucks up the sound quality

needs atleast 2 gb of memory and able to record from the line in 3.5mm jack

cheers
 

Gloxxy

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Just replied to this in the above thread.

That was me.

Yes they have stopped making them now, which sucks!

There are loads of them available though.

Tascam do some very affordable ones.

http://www.dv247.com/studio-equipme...order--86474?gclid=CIuZwc7suMICFUr4wgodzyMAfw

You could buy a 16GB micro SD card to go with it with the change too.
It will record in mp3 32kbps to 320kbps or uncompressed WAV Mark.

They are great if you want to record a gig you are playing at too as they are ultra portable and easy to setup.
 

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Just replied to this in the above thread.



It will record in mp3 32kbps to 320kbps or uncompressed WAV Mark.

They are great if you want to record a gig you are playing at too as they are ultra portable and easy to setup.
Vouch for this, user recommended one to me and I ordered one. It arrived today and I love the following things

-It's incredibly light
-Comes with a free 4GB sd card
-Records in amazing quality (320 mp3 and multiple levels of WAV)
-Incredibly easy to set up + transfer files off

It really was worth the £70 I paid.
 

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Vouch for this, user recommended one to me and I ordered one. It arrived today and I love the following things

-It's incredibly light
-Comes with a free 4GB sd card
-Records in amazing quality (320 mp3 and multiple levels of WAV)
-Incredibly easy to set up + transfer files off

It really was worth the £70 I paid.
Another satisfied customer!
 
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