Sadly, I need to sell this beautiful Hi-MD walkman. I've moving and don't have room for it. It is in mint condition and everything in the original package is included. The pics don't show the USB cradle and AC Adapter but those are included as well (they were not available when photographing). I never used the original remote/earphones. Asking for $180 shipped to USA.
Specs - 4GB internal memory, directable mics built in, Memory Stick slot for expandability. Unit records to WAV, and has ability to split, join tracks on the unit itself.
Here's the official site http ://bssc.sel.sony.com/BroadcastandBusin...3&id=90227
Independent thoughts from Brad Linder here.
I think it's great! It pretty much does everything I want. The only thing that I need is a smaller unit, the inbuilt mics would not be necessary for me. A smaller device would make it useful for "stealth" recording.
BobS, yes there are plenty of other units that play music too. The MD recorders appeal like no other though because of the compact size, stellar quality and long battery life. I'd like to see Sony take this market to the next generation and use flash instead of MD. Certainly it would fit in with other Sony media products such as the Walkman phones, PS3 and PSP.
I've decided to sell my MZ-RH10 in order to raise funds for other purchases. I bought this just before the MZ-RH1 came out and promptly bought that one too. I've only been using my RH1 and DH10P so decided to sell this unit. It has probably been used to record twice and play about 10 times. Pictures are available below.
I think the only thing I am missing from the original package is the included Hi-MD disc. Looking to get $220 shipped to the USA. Paypal accepted.
You're right, it shouldn't. I edited the post to avoid confusion.
I don't think Sony sees this as an opportunity though, seeing how they dropped support for ATRAC. Can any other codec give you the same ability - split, join, edit tracks on the go and then upload to computer?
Yes, I wholeheartedly endorse this! I've been thinking along the same lines..
Take out the MD drive and put in a Memory Stick Pro Duo drive, I say!
That way, you pop in a MS Pro Duo card, record your music. Take out the card and pop it in a PSP or PS3 and play your music. With 1GB flash memory very close to the $10 mark now, I think the time is ripe!
If you don't like swapping cards, you could always go for the 8GB card and make it similar to the Nano in capacity!
The recording and editing of tracks is the key ability that I would miss when MD is no more.. I would happily convert to a Memory Stick Walkman Recorder.