Edirol R1 looks good
A reader in a forum gives a full report on the (new) Edirol R1 after it finally arrived and he had an opportunity to test it.
The post in the CNet MP3 Discussion thread by a person called Criggs. The
My personal need was a high-quality portable recorder that could record non-stop on one set of batteries in full bandwidth for 3 hours, on a storage medium that could hold a minimum of 6 hours. The short story is that, after extensive tinkering and experimentation this past weekend, I can report to you that this device can indeed do that, and as such gives promise of being an EXTREMELY POWERFUL, UNIQUE product.
Non-stop recording for 3 hours: It will handle an interview on a single set of batteries all right.
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