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MZ-RH1, MiniDisc Deck from Sony in the MZ series.


7 user reviews
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Sony MZ-RH1 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Sony
  • Model: MZ-RH1
  • Series: MZ
  • Category: MiniDisc Decks
  • Added in our database on: 03/10/2006

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Sony MZ-RH1 user reviews

Average Score:3.8( 3.8/5 based on 7 reviews )
 3 reviews43 %
 2 reviews29 %
Value For Money :
jujupott04/27/2012

jujupott's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Very good player / recorder"

Sony MZ-RH1
The value for money is excellent,
This format has unfortunately not been adequately followed and yet, thanks to the format containing 1g hi-md file, the format is more compressed and the quality is to go.
The ability to connect different, make this small jewelry handy in all circumstances especially as the battery like ten hours and you can buy real cheap.
I used it mainly for recording, with a whisk. Set apart from the fact that it records in 16bit 44.1 KHz, I was seductive.
I would do that choice without a doubt the quality of its preamp, and 1g md format that I find very safe.
A small flat anyway, the wheel selection is really too hassle to use, but as with everything, we made it.
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mappec02/16/2012

mappec's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Do not buy"

Sony MZ-RH1
When it works, it can go though ergonomics is poor (but very small screen lit, tiny buttons on the top ...)

The closing of the shutter is cheap .. so that sometimes it crashes .. Especially do not force it because the little metal tab that serves as a lock is very thin and easily twists,

But in addition, I have big problems:

The call button is the menu sucks = ineffective as if he was still depressed even as the normal stroke is very low, but there it is = 0 running. So impossible to resolve.

And today, it no longer opens and will not boot! As if he had memorized be opened while it is closed permanently.

On sonicstage I can access the contents of the MD but I can not listen or record directly.

Note that I have hardly used (I record voice lessons when I think) and never abused.

Sony then! I had serious Pannas with my three cameras sony .. and now with my recorder!!

So avoid both this model and also the brand!
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Jin15086602/22/2007

Jin150866's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Sony MZ-RH1
Very nice toy technology from Sony.
The use is quite intuitive.
I have problems with Hi-MD player because unfortunately my living room MD (Sony MDS-JE330) does not recognize this standard.
I have two players enregitreurs-MD (MZ-RH10 Sony and Sharp MD-MT190).
But I find it Extremely expensive (about € 350) for the quality and portability of this product. Especially when you know it's the end of life.
I have had no alternative because the DAT is no longer available and that the solutions are out of memory card price for a particular passion.
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thebassplayer9203/28/2007

thebassplayer92's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Sony MZ-RH1
Hello world!
I'll get my mz RH1 tomorrow! with hate as a kid!
I am already mz NH700 - does anyone can tell me if the bcp RH1 is really better!
Let me explain a little utility that I have!
I am a musician, and record all our rehearsals and our partnership with this little gem, with the aid of a microphone.
Does anyone could tell me if recording quality level, it is really better?
I try to get as close as possible to sound very good for recording live (we play hard enough!)
Thank you for your answers!
David
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