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Query Subject:   Field recording equipment
Author:   Jim Long
Submitter Email:  click here to access email

Query:   CAN ANYONE SUGGEST GOOD FIELD RECORDING EQUIPMENT? I'M SOON OFF ON AN ELICITATION PROJECT AND MY MOST RECENT EXPERIENCE IS WITH A SONY PROFESSIONAL WALKMAN, PRETTY OLD AND THERE MUST BE BETTER AROUND NOW. I NEED THE USUAL: FFIDELITY, RUGGED RELIABILITY, UNCOMPLICATED, DIRECTIONAL MIC, SMALL SIZE, EASE OF PLAYBACK AND REWIND (TO HEAR AGAIN), FOOLPROOF, MEDIA COMPATABILITY, .... ANY SUGGESTIONS APPRECIATED, AND I'LL POST A SUMMARY.

JIM LONG
LL Issue: 14.606
Date posted: 27-Feb-2003