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  1. It sure helps. Thanks for the update!
  2. Hi, I am new to HiMD and read on another forum that someone had developed a program to work around the "one-time" limitation for transferring live recordings from the HiMD unit to PC. I have done some research, but obviously I am not using the right search terms. Can anyone point me in the right direction? Thanks in advance
  3. Thanks. Looking at pictures of the RH10 at sony.com and reading the PDF manual, I was under the impression that the display light on the unit could be turned off and that the display would then look like a standard one. Isn’t it the case? Regards, Frank
  4. Well, after playing with my NH900 today, I changed my mind. I find the display on this unit very difficult to read, even in daylight. Yes, there is a backlit LCD on the remote, but unfortunately, it does not seem possible to control the microphone recording function with it. So I would rather have a legible display on the unit. I will probably go with the RH10. Frank
  5. Thanks for the reply. I don’t have a lot of MP3s, but I would have preferred to avoid the MP3-ATRAC conversion when tranferring music to the device, as MP3 is pretty popular. In any case, I think I am going to keep the NH900 because it is good enough for my main purpose, which is linear PCM recording. For music listening, I might go with an iRiver, which I tried and found very good. Again, thanks for the help, Frank
  6. Hi Everyone, I wanted an Hi-MD mainly to use as a high-quality audio recording device (for wildlife and other stuff), but also for music listening, so I bought an MZ-NH900 yesterday. I tried it out and it works very well. However, I would just like confirm with the experts the advantages of the new model, the MZ-RH10, to make sure I am not missing out on an important feature. If it is the case, then I might exchange my NH900 for the RH10. From what I read, the advantages of the RH10 are the following: - Bigger and easier-to-read display - MP3 native support Is there something else important to consider? Thanks in advance, Frank
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