#1
Ladies and Men,

I am considering buying one of those compact digital recorder devices (I don't know the proper name, so I'll called them DR's for now). I have a few questions before I spend my hard-earned cash.

1) How good is the recording quality on them? I heard it can be CD quality if you have a good mic. Does anyone have one? How good do they sound?

2) A lot of them, especially the bigger ones, have, like, 8 tracks, but can only record 2 at a time. What's the point?

3) Which would be a good one to buy? I'm looking at the:
Zoom PS04
Korg D4
Tascam Pocket Studio 5
Korg PXR4

Are these any good? Are there any other good ones in the less-than-400 euros price range?

Thanks in advance.
#2
The guitarist in my band owns an M-Audio Microtrack, the quality we get off that is great

We run a M-Audio Pulsar into a Behringer board and then into the Microtrack

It makes recording jams easy and the quality is quite good

http://www.m-audio.com/products/en_us/MicroTrack2496-main.html
Guitars
MIM Fender Telecaster
Art & Lutherie Cedar
1969 EKO Ranchero
G&L Tribute L2500

Amps
Traynor YCV40WR
Yorkville BM400H
Peavey TVX 4x10

Effects
Behringer DSP1000
Dunlop GCB95 Wah
Digitech HotRod
BBE Sonic Stomp
#4
Check out the boss BR series. I just bought a 600 and im in love with it. Its small and portable. http://www.bossus.com/index.asp?pg=1&tmp=154

$430 CAD but its worth it. But there's also the micro BR. http://www.bossus.com/index.asp?pg=1&tmp=157
DANNY

Quote by kevinm4435 to some guy
hey d00d i herd u dont like shred u r a genius 4 thinkin dat. all shred is fukin lame wit no soul u no wat im sayin??
#5
Hmmm
He bought the M-Audio for 500 Cdn....

That should be less then or around 400 Euros
Guitars
MIM Fender Telecaster
Art & Lutherie Cedar
1969 EKO Ranchero
G&L Tribute L2500

Amps
Traynor YCV40WR
Yorkville BM400H
Peavey TVX 4x10

Effects
Behringer DSP1000
Dunlop GCB95 Wah
Digitech HotRod
BBE Sonic Stomp