If this has been covered, I apologize in advance.  I know the Zoom makes very 
nice recordings at a great price, and I also have seen blind people using them 
effectively.  If price is not a primary consideration, do any of the more 
accessible recorders make recordings that are as high in quality?  In other 
words, what makes it worth giving up more accessible menus?

Best regards,

Steve Jacobson

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From: Pc-audio [mailto:pc-audio-boun...@pc-audio.org] On Behalf Of Dane 
Sent: Thursday, November 09, 2017 11:13 PM
To: pc-audio@pc-audio.org
Subject: Re: accessible digital recorder with editing

No, the H1 doesn't have a Pre-record buffer but i'm sure some of the 
other Zoom models do.

The H1 for waht it is presents a very basic audio recorder designed to 
do a job and do it very well, record audio at a very bargain basement 
price though there's nothing bargain basement about the recordings 
theZoom H1 makes.

On 11/10/2017 11:43 AM, Hamit Campos wrote:
> I could be wrong but I believe the H1 has pre record too. I'll have to 
> re listen to Neal's podcast. By the way for the person who started 
> this thread define accessable. These recorders are cirtainly usable as 
> Neal and Dain and others use them. But you must be able to deal with 
> remembering menus remembering where you are at what time, and deal 
> with the fact that there's no sound period at all. I just bring this 
> up cause I sometimes turn off the beeps on my LS-14 i almost said 100. 
> I wish I had a 100. But anyways I turn off the beeps on the 14 and I 
> sometimes can get thrown off by not hearing anything. I guess in a 
> sence I've been spoiled by using stuff like a Plextalk most of the 
> time. So yeah let's not forget what 1 person calls accessible may not 
> be to someone else.
> On 11/9/2017 3:23 PM, Dane Trethowan wrote:
>> The whole point of these digital recorders is to “Record” audio and 
>> then use with a computer afterwards if necessary for editing, 
>> organisation, tweaking of Audio characteristics and so on.
>> All the recorders I have - Zoom H1, Sony PCM-d50 and Olympus DM4 - 
>> have capabilities to create new files on the fly or mark positions 
>> within the file at the push of a button.
>> As far as I know the PCM-d50 is the only recorder I own with the 
>> “Pre-Record Buffer” which is dead handy when you’re making live 
>> recordings, never miss a thing!
>> Good luck if you can find a Sony PCM-d50 <smile>. And if you do find 
>> one then you’ve certainly struck gold!
>> **********
>> “For the gardener nothing is more handier than bulbs, I mean the 1’s 
>> you put in the ground and not the electric light 1’s.”
>>> On 9 Nov 2017, at 11:49 pm, Fanus <buys.fa...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hello Dane & list
>>> Does one get an accessible digital recorder with editing 
>>> capabilities. A friend of mine is a member of a choir. The choir 
>>> master records the songs for her but everytime she makes a mistake 
>>> she must start from scratch resulting in the creation of a new 
>>> file.  They are looking for a recorder which allows for stopping the 
>>> recording and rewind to just before the error and then resume. Does 
>>> one get such a recorder? I suppose it could be handy for lawyers and 
>>> doctors.
>>> Regards
>>> Fanus
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