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  1. Hi Rich, I've been away for a long time (spent some time on the dark side with a Nano) and just re-read this posting of yours. I sure would like to record radioshows to himd and I'm thinking of buying the onkyo. I have a question regarding the timer-recording of your unit. Can you set it, say on a saturday, to record Timer 1: Record sunday at 20:00-23:00 from the radio preset station 4 Timer 2: Record tuesday at 13:00-14:00 from the radio preset station 2 etc. ie. can you tell it, in advance, which different stations to record from ? tia plr
  2. Hello again, I've read up on the bmc-2 on this forum (if you like me want to get into recording and need a cheap mike, seach this forum for bmc-2. There are lots of info on the subject) and decided to go the Sound Prof. BMC-2 mic with clips. Thanks A440 mike
  3. I'm going on a bus-trip. Mics clipped onto eyeglasses - bet I'll score big with those on - they'll think I'm nuts :-) Thanks for taking the time and for the great tips. I think you are right about the Reactivesounds mics. I'll do some research on the Sound Professionals mics and check out the greenmachine thread. mike
  4. Hi all, I own a NH1 that I've never really used. Now, I'm going on a trip soon and I would like to experiment with recording a travel montage (would love someday to produce the same quality as those heard on the radio, although I think they use very expensive Nagra gear) and would like to ask what to expect from bringing a NH1 and a cheap reactivesounds mic recording ambient street sound with occational commentary. I've done no recording work before. Any comments ? mike
  5. plr

    What's next?

    What MP3-player unit is that, that can record with the same quality MD can? mike
  6. plr

    Hi-MD, Bye-MD?

    There goes my dream of a Sony Hifi HiMD Deck. mike
  7. plr

    Hi-MD, Bye-MD?

    Just bought myself a new turntable for playing records. "Disc records were invented by Emile Berliner in 1888, and were used exclusively in toys until 1894, when Berliner began marketing disk records under the Berliner Gramophone label. In the mid-1910s, disk records overtook cylinders in popularity, and would dominate the market until the 1990s" (Wikipedia) lp's are still manufactured and sold by the millions. 100+ years and still going strong. Now, *thats* a pretty good product lifecycle ... :-) Well, maybe it's Reel 2 Reel for me then, although they'd be heavy to carry. -mike
  8. They are up and running again ... -mike
  9. Just a bit upnorth from you (DK) :-) Thanks for the tip anyway. MFG
  10. *** We're sorry. This item can't be shipped to your selected destination. You may either change the shipping address or delete the item from your order by changing its quantity to 0 and clicking the update button below Not available for EU.
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  12. Thanks for the tips. I'll have a look. Cheers
  13. Hi, I'm in Europe. Has anybody found cheap (like the mox. tip) 1g himd media *shipping to EU* on the net ? Ps. any tips on cheap 74/80 min MD *shipping to EU* also welcome. -michael
  14. Hi, I use a CMT 333 / now 373, which is still available, for timed recordings. Then play them back on a real deck. The JB980. Sounds great. mike
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