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Greetings minidisc enthusiasts I'm very excited to get my collection rolling but I'm having an issue with charging the MZ-NF810. The battery it came with was leaking so I replaced it with an orange vapex 1450 mAh battery. I cleaned the corrosion off the contact and have left a faint touch of blue that I haven't yet been able to shift, but it's mostly gone. (Pic) The player works using the AA battery sidecar and plugging the AC in directly to the port (3V AC-MZR55, no dock) but these don't charge the battery at all, and if the battery had any charge in it straight from the packaging then it's not working. What shall I do? I've considered getting a dock, though it just appears to be a stand that holds the AC adaptor I already have. I'm considering getting a charger that holds the gumstick battery, but I think this might be a connection issue. I saw in another thread someone mention a tab in the battery slot they pulled out which solved the problem? Looking inside I see a little ridge that recesses when pushed. The - contacts at the bottom look shiny and clean. Anyone know the problem?
wahine posted a topic in MinidiscHi, Comparing two old Sony MD player models to replace an MZ-R700. Ultimately my goal is to record several cassettes with lectures recorded on them onto my PC (or CDs). Deciding between: MZ-NF810, which has a USB connection to connect to a PC and MZ-N420D, which is supposedly "downloadable," but I don't know via which method. I know recording is complicated and probably requires an MZ-RH1 (or perhaps this new method I'm not sure if will work - does anyone know?) but if I am OK with minimally recording in real time and analog, which unit is superior in terms of ease and accuracy in transferring files from the MD player to my PC? I'm assuming both are backwards compatible and could play cassettes recorded with an MZ-R700. Thank you for your opinion! I welcome any and all, though am requesting help ASAP since I need to decide very soon. Thanks again.