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    Sony MZ-G750, MZ-N505, MZ-R900 and MZ-R37

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  1. Very precetive of you, the idea was to share music via a format. Conceptually I still prefer the Dead on DAT but enjoy minidisc. Oh and uh....... Phish is not in the same league.
  2. OK I'll check the costs and get back to you.
  3. I would have been interested but since that posting I have moved overseas, so postage makes the exchange to costly. Thanks for the interest, I would have liked to get a few of the Dick's picks.
  4. Hello Is there anyone out there who has a broken Sharp MD-DR480. I need some part to get one up and running, attached is a picture of the problem. I w ould also be interested in ideas on how to fix the problem. Thanks.
  5. Sweet collection looks well cared for
  6. Just to confirm the mic and inline still work fine? I'd say that it may have lost 30% of its value, mainly because the NetMD transfer allows for the rapid transfer, but you could still use the inline with an optical cable in real time. You could always just pick a random number and throw it up on ebay this would give you the market value. Just make sure you have a high reserve so that you get what you think it is worth. Hope this helps
  7. Does anyine have a charging cradle that they would like to sell or trade. If so please PM me and I'll get back to you soon. Thanks
  8. I am a very satified buyer of a Sony MZ-E707 from Valder. Thanks Steve
  9. Just a quick note to say that bushpig is a reputable buyer, the money was sent fast. Communication was great, would gladly work with him again. Great buyer. Thanks Bushpig
  10. I have a 3 of them and only really need 2 send me an IM or e-mail with what you are considering offering
  11. Thanks Snuffy your right on....$1 a disc is a wining price eve if they are ugly!
  12. So then why buy efficient head phones? Can't someone figure out how to cut out the hiss with a low/high cut filter in the device or headphones?
  13. After reading through the message board I decided to try and tackle the printed minidisc label issue. PowerPoint was the easiest choice. I have attached the template file I used for printing onto the supplied Sony labels and some pictures to shoe the outcome. Method for using the template is easy. 1. Print Slide 2 only on your printer making sure you know which side prints. 2. Tape the lable over the outline 3. Use Slide 1 to design your art work. 4. Reinsert the paper with the label taped (I recommend taping all 4 corners with alittle scotch tape) 5. Select Slide 1 only to print.....and Voila! Hope this helps, any feedback would be appreciated. I am not as artistically inclined as some of the other folks but at least the labels are neat. Minidisc.ppt
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