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Re: MiniDisc suggestions

   I came to the realization awhile back that a portable DAT is really  
the only way to go at the moment. Unfortunately it is also the most  
expensive way.

On Wednesday, July 2, 2003, at 09:39 AM, Mark Hamburg wrote:

> I've been looking for moderately related recording hardware: I'd like  
> to
> find something that would take an SPDIF input (preferably at better  
> than
> 16-bits), record it, and then provide an easy way to transfer the  
> results
> back to a computer (Mac). I've been thinking of getting something like  
> the
> ART DI/O box as a converter but I then need to go the next step on
> recording.
> It would mean living with 16-bit, but I've considered CD-R recorders.  
> Does
> anyone have feedback on those?
> Portability would be nice but isn't vital.
> Mark
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