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amzdeal® 8GB USB Pen Drive Digital Audio Voice Recorder 150 Hours

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  • 8GB USB Pen Drive Digital Audio
  • Voice Recorder 150 Hours
  • Easy to record anywhere
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B006R3231I
  • Item model number: HD-0284
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (609 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,265 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: December 29, 2011

Product Description

8GB USB Pen Drive Digital Audio Voice Recorder 150 Hrs

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Customer Reviews

This little device is very simple to use and good quality for voice recording.
Daryl HUnter
It is always an inconvenience on the part of the customers to have to return items that do not work or are defective.
Marie Baker
It worked just the first time I tested it, since then it never worked nor was it detected by my computers.
Amazon Customer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

341 of 347 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 17, 2012
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I know, the title sounds strange, but that reviewer gave me the information I needed. I bought one of these to use to record class lectures. It's easy to carry, has great long distance recording, is easy to use, and mine has a good battery that lasts about all day. No it doesn't last 150 hours, but I can record a solid day of lectures, from 8am through 5:30pm (with one break for lunch), and I don't come close to maxing the space available on my 8gb flash drive. I had no problem downloading and listening during the evening. I can't use voice record and have it plugged into my laptop, meaning no multifunction of flash drive use and audio recording. No you don't know what it sounds like unless you download and play from your laptop. I don't need to check what I'm recording until I get home or want to review what was said in class, so it's no big deal to have to wait to find out what's been recorded. You charge it by plugging it into your laptop, so when I'm downloading from the day it is charging and I just leave it in until I'm done working on the laptop. It's recharged by then. I don't have much of a need, meaning playback or multifunction capability. I do need ease of use, easy carrying around, and good capability to record lectures the whole day long. I liked it so much I bought two more; both are performing as well as the first one. I can have them in different bags, carry one in my purse, and not worry that I've forgotten and so can't record my lectures... I have a habit of forgetting things like pens, sun glasses, and so on. This was a cheaper way to go about things for my needs. I'd recommend you give it a try, that is, as long as there is a good return policy if you don't like.

Just thought I'd add that of the three 8GB flash drives, two of these indicate roughly 7.4GB and one 7.6GB actual usable memory. I don't think that's too much of a loss, as most people know happens as a norm in memory devices.
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182 of 187 people found the following review helpful By Daryl HUnter on January 7, 2013
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This little device is very simple to use and good quality for voice recording. I never even read the instructions. It has only an on/off switch, so nothing else to figure out. Turn it on, it records. Turn it off, it stops recording. Plug it in your USB drive on the computer and a folder pops up with the audio file in it. Click on the file and play back the recording. Drag and drop the file to you hard drive audio files folder to save it. How simple is this? And I was impressed with the quality of the recording considering such a tiny microphone. As to whether it will record 140 hours, I have no idea. If it can record a couple of hours, that would suit my needs. It all depends on the requirements of the user. After I tested it I looked at the user guide and admit the instructions were poorly written, partly because of the poor translation into English. But, they aren't needed anyway.
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170 of 183 people found the following review helpful By Kerry Thomas on October 3, 2012
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This recorder is ok, but you do get what you pay for. On the positive side, it has a great memory capacity and long record time per charge. So far I've only used it to record minutes for meetings, and the 8+ hours of record time per charge is more than enough for any meeting I've ever attended.
However, on the more negative side, you do have to charge the battery via a USB port on your computer; and there is no playback function. In order to listen to whatever you've recorded, you do have to use your computer to access and listen to the recorded file.
Also, and I suspect this is due to the small pinhole microphone, unless you place the recorded within about 4 feet of whatever you're recording, the recording quality is not the best. I do have to turn my volume up on playback to be able to hear the voices of the people I've recorded at my meetings.
Overall, this is adequate for my needs. But those who plan to record in larger rooms (say lecture halls or auditoriums) or who need immediate playback ability, this is not the recorded you want.
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73 of 79 people found the following review helpful By C. Lerma on March 29, 2013
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Similar to a few other users, mine stopped working after the first use. When I first got it, I decided to test it to ensure it would work. Recorded fine when switching to record, and then switched it off after speaking for a bit. I was able to plug it into my computer, which detected it fine, and then transfer off the audio file. The quality was also pretty great! The next day, however, I went out of town for a week.

When I got back, I decided to bring it with me when I went out for lunch to test it in a real-world environment. I put it on my keyring, and switched it to record for about a minute while I was walking around in a store after eating, then switched it back off. During this, I noted that the little light designating it recording didn't turn on, but I didn't think much of it. Once I got home and plugged it in, Windows claimed it was an unknown device and couldn't get drivers (it was detected automatically and without issue the first time). Therefore, I couldn't check the drive. I tried pressing the reset button a few times, with no luck. So, the device lasted for one use.

Question whether you want to take the risk of purchasing this - it's quite a nice price, yes, and convenient for USB plug & play, but you may end up wasting money.

ADDENDUM 5/28/13: I should note that I ended up risking another dud and purchased another one (this time from a different seller). The new one has worked flawlessly, and with the same benefits as others have mentioned. Therefore, I upped the rating to 3/5 (if this was the first one, I would have rated it 5/5). It usually takes about 15-20 seconds to start recording once it is switched on, and then just a couple seconds to save the file once switched off (though I'm unsure if it takes longer if you've been recording for a while).
I am unsure where these are manufactured, but I would suggest to consider ease of return when deciding on a seller, even if you have to pay a few extra dollars.
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