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  1. Sadly, that wasn't me. I'm not financially in a position to buy anything at the moment, but I will certainly be using that site in the future.
  2. I can't believe you found an NH-1 so cheap! I'm extremely jealous.
  3. Is it possible for people in the US to buy things off yahoo! Japan auctions? I notice, for example, that the auction you linked does not support overseas shipping (for a $26 mz-e630!!!).
  4. I would still LOVE an MZ-E630. Has anyone ever seen one for sale? Anywhere? I believe they're simply a myth perpetrated by Sony to make us rabid minidisc users think there's more out there than there really is...
  5. I'm finally going through an internet radio show I did this past semester in college. I recorded each show via line-in on my RH1. I never pressed t-mark during any recordings. However, each disc (while being recorded) had been separated into several tracks of random times. Some are 18 or 30+ minutes, others are less than 1 full minute. What might have caused this? Does it automatically make a track mark when silence is registered? Also, does anyone know of an easy method to fuse all the tracks into one big track? I'm currently converting them to .WAV and was going to edit them in Audacity, but I know that will be a pain in the butt and I was hoping to find an easier way. Any thoughts?
  6. whatsleftofj


    What a steal! My e900 is my most used unit (my "car unit"), and I would've grabbed another for $25 in a heartbeat! I never bought a gumstick charger, just use my AA sidecar. Great unit, simple and beautiful. Hope you really enjoy it
  7. This huge electronics store near me, Abt (www.abt.com), had a few Sony 80-minute 8-packs recently. When I offered to purchase what I believed to be the last of the stock, the associate told me that they still regularly receive shipments of minidiscs, although they only sell a few packs every month. So either Sony has a stockpile they're still shipping, or they're still producing them.
  8. I had to brag about this one. Last weekend I drove an hour to meet up with a seller I found on craigslist. Bought a mint MZ-M200 (RH-1 + mic) with all accessories, an armband holder, and 9 hi-md discs (most sealed) for $225! Needless to say I dont think I'll ever find another deal like that again
  9. I just got my MZ-E10 from him. Perfectly packed and shipped, arrived pretty quickly (considering it had to go from Australia to Chicago). Would gladly do business with him again.
  10. I would be interested, but the price paid would depend on the unit. For an R-900 or N10, I'd pay appx. $75 (more for a cool color). For an E10 with a good battery, $150.
  11. I'm in need of a recorder. I have a DH10P for downloading and an E900 for playback, and I need the perfect compliment. I've been yearning for a blue R900 for ages, but before I go through with the purchase I want to get the opinions of any owners out there. The N10 is the other unit that I've always wanted to pick up. Since I have the DH10P, I really don't need any computer connection, and as long as it's an MDLP recorder, I'll be happy. But I really don't know the pros and cons of owning/using each of them. Would any owners of either of the two units like to try to sway me one way or the other? I think my heart is with the R900, but I just want to be sure that I'm not going to miss out on anything better I could've had with the N10. Or is there a better MDLP recorder that I'm completely overlooking?
  12. My DH10P does the whole reboot thing, and when I took it apart ages ago I somehow LOST one of the little screws! So, sadly, it has been reduced to a mere downloader for my E-900.
  13. ...and here I come with my x-mas money hoping to get a minidisc unit from my man in Japan! I'm very sorry to see you leave the forums, but I understand when life makes other priorities for you. Your presence (and the way you are able to provide such amazing MD units to us) will be greatly missed. Wish you all the best.
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