I use a HBB MDP500, which has the advantage of providing direct
digital transfer via USB.
On Mar 16, 2006, at 9:24 AM, McCormick, Kathleen wrote:
> A majority of the oral history recordings we have received in the
> last 5-6 years are on mini-disc. Our current system of duplication
> involves connecting a portable Sony MD recorder via 1/8 inch/RCA
> cable into a CD player. This system appears to have been a
> financial neccessity when this process first began (I'm relatively
> new & didn't set it up) but is woefully inadequate in terms of
> capturing optimal sound (at least in my estimation).
> Can anyone recommend a quality, professional mini-disc player? or
> make other recommendations on working with mini-discs?
> Katie McCormick
> Reference Archivist &
> Coordinator for the Oral History Program
> Special Collections Dept., J. Murrey Atkins Library
> UNC - Charlotte