zoe25

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About zoe25

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    I love small things.....MINIDISC !

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    MZ-NH1,MZ-RH910,MZ-R70,MZ-R50,Panasonic Sj-MJ88
  1. Hi all, Looking to improve my live recordings and from this forum battery boxes seem to be the thing. But what is it, how small and where can I get one? Thanks
  2. Jim, you are right Hi-MD is s*it
  3. Why-because another precious live recording has been lost. I was dividing the tracks on a nearly new RH-1 and suddenly it came up with "audio file error" and wont play the disc. I gather the disc is now corrupt and unuseable-please someone correct me if I am wrong........I'm away to cry now..........
  4. You sent me a "friends" message. I was trying to find someone who can do a TOC fix to a couple of minidiscs. Can you? Please reply to garygphotog@shaw.ca

  5. Sony NH1 Remote And Sound Quality

    Aha thats what those silly metal clamps are for ! I too found they do nothing. Zoe
  6. Yes that really stunned me when it first did it out of the blue! So its unique in that respect then?
  7. I bought this on Amazon some time ago in the UK. It has normal phono inputs and outputs plus digital input via opt and is connected in the usual manner to my amp. And it looks great at night with the blue lights on. Zoe
  8. Yes it was an MDS-SD1 and with this you press enter when you cut the power. When you reconnect it the toc source disc pops out automatically ready to recieve the disc that needs to be fixed-how neat is that! Below is a pic of the unit, which I cant seem to find in the equipment browser.
  9. upgrading from Sony MZ-R50 minidisc

    Id keep my mzr 50 as it is to me the best sounding SP recorder. Other than that I would recommend any HiMD recorder with a mic input such as the still available new Sony HiMD minidisc player/recorder MZ-RH1. This allows you to fit one average concert onto a 80m disc in high quality and upload it to your computer, along with any old discs you recorded in SP mode in the past. This is the only model that can do this. Hope this helps
  10. Best NetMD - MDLP unit for playback

    If you need lp2 or lp4 a 910 is a good idea, but I prefer the 909 with its larger display.Ii also can read the date stamp on recordings. If you only need SP, then to my ears nothing sounds better than an Mzr 50 which is an old unit that can be picked up quite cheaply.
  11. Yipee I managed to restore the lost recording using an old SP midi sized deck following the instructions above. I first tried using a jb980 but it wouldnt go into service mode using the ams button luckily i still had an older unit. thanks to all who helped and offered assistance I still love small things........minidisc!
  12. Have any HiMD users gone BACK to MDLP?

    I use HiMD for live recordings as you can fit a concert on an 80min disc in Hi-SP mode without changing discs and the quality is great. For home use, I still use SP as it is the most compatible, though I sometimes use LP2 if I am travelling. I use HiMD for live recordings as you can fit a concert on an 80min disc in Hi-SP mode without changing discs and the quality is great. For home use, I still use SP as it is the most compatible, though I sometimes use LP2 if I am travelling.
  13. Thanks philippeb for your offer of assistance-I certainly will contact you if I cannot do it myself. Do you know which other home MD decks you can use for TOC clonig as i dont want to try using the G-700 Thanks