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Sony MZ RH-10
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Portable MP3 Player from Sony belonging to the MZ series.

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  • StefMorillaStefMorilla

    Sony MZ RH-10Published on 05/24/06 at 12:34
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for two months.
    I love the recording quality and ease of use.
    transfer to the PC via the bundled software is simple and effective
    this is my first MD
    The ratio Q / P is honest.
    I would do without hesitation, since this choice corresponds to my needs (recording and concerts mostly repeated)
  • maxouzemaxouze

    Sony MZ RH-10Published on 05/31/06 at 01:24
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for about four months.

    Most of the time to record again. I have reconaître the recording quality is very impressive. I also record a concert and we must acknowledge it sounds better on the record the day of performance.

    I had never used MD before, but now I'm concquit.

    I was a little difficult to get it, we do sell more in the area of ​​Liege (Belgium), but I do not understand. Everyone is jostling for the mp3 while to register (its major asset), there is no comparison.

    The value for money (I paid 290euro, exclusivity Fnac forces) is very good. Even too good ...

    I bought an Aiwa micro (about 40euro), I have the model. It goes very well with.

    The transfer is very g…
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    I use it for about four months.

    Most of the time to record again. I have reconaître the recording quality is very impressive. I also record a concert and we must acknowledge it sounds better on the record the day of performance.

    I had never used MD before, but now I'm concquit.

    I was a little difficult to get it, we do sell more in the area of ​​Liege (Belgium), but I do not understand. Everyone is jostling for the mp3 while to register (its major asset), there is no comparison.

    The value for money (I paid 290euro, exclusivity Fnac forces) is very good. Even too good ...

    I bought an Aiwa micro (about 40euro), I have the model. It goes very well with.

    The transfer is very good on pc, the program comes with sonic-stage gives good results (but you must know how to use and read everything). I just had a little trouble moving one or two pieces at first, but over the problem.

    It pays out the mini-discs, even the lowest capacity provides enough recording time.

    Optical Cable: very nice, can record via DVD or other audio with this release.

    The screen is bright (or at least the characters are) so no problem to record in darker locations.

    And the object is beautiful, it was fear of damaging.

    I highly recommend it, if I had to buy an MD, this would be it.
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  • brazilbrazil

    Sony MZ RH-10Published on 09/02/06 at 08:27
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This is only a comparative view with Iriver IHP 120 that I like.
    Bump with a buddy and gets his catch with sound.
    The big difference, though, is that it is mandatory to download the software to retrieve the sounds of the MD.
    I guess that's the format that requires Attract always have that damn soft (Connect chépukoi) which is a little pity.
    Especially compared to other mp3 players hard drive has that manage mp3, Ogg, WMA, and often offer capacity external hard drive (USB2) of several gigabytes.
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