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I Need a HQ Audio Recorder.....

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blue_maffu_202

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Ok, I go to about 10 or so concerts a year and want to record the audio from them for my own personal use. I know its agianst the rules but I'm ok with that.

I'm wondering what would be the best way to do this.

I considered the Belkin TuneTalk to use with my iPod, but I heard it kills the battery in about 2 hours. Thats too short for the average concert. Unless there is some sort of external battery option that would work with the TuneTalk, I can't use that.

I'm also looking into flash recorders. I was looking at one from Sony (Sony Digital Voice Recorder ICDSX46VTP) and one from Olympus (Olympus WS-320M). They are used for voice recording and memos, but I'm not sure how the quality is on them. I've never used one.

Does anybody have any experience with this type of thing? I want something thats going to be clear enough to have on my iPod. As close to CD quality as possible.

Thanks!
 

bobb-mini

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At least u could had lie (to protect the innocent) and say ur planing to follow the Grateful Deads... and still have your Q answered. Now the "macaca" is out.
 
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