Sony ICD-TX800 Digital Voice Recorder
Sony ICD-TX800 Digital Voice Recorder
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From meetings to voice memos, you’ll never miss a beat with the Sony ICD-TX800 digital voice recorder. Tiny (at 1.5 inches square) and lightweight (at just 22 grams), it’s easy to bring everywhere, with a convenient clip for quick attachment to shirts, pockets, and bags Read More

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verifrelay
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Nov 15, 2019
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is it good than iPhone 10 ?
Nov 15, 2019
RHPICAYUNE
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Oct 7, 2019
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Does this record better sound quality than an iPhone 8 Plus?
Oct 7, 2019
GratisShark
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Sep 9, 2019
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In the mid 90's I used this technology to dictate letters and memos to my secretary (that was not a bad word based then). The systems were actually more advanced at that time giving her the capability to play back the recordings through earphones as she entered the information into the computer. She was able to pause, rewind, and vary the speed through a foot control never having to take her hands off the keyboard. So yeah, if this is meant to be some retro product that you use while you're sitting on your beanbag chair and watching your lava lamp, they nailed it! 😂😂😂
Sep 9, 2019
LeehuZ
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Sep 7, 2019
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Anyone knows if it records in stereo or mono?
Sep 7, 2019
ruggles
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Aug 11, 2019
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a total POS. Don't waste you money. Buy a decent Olympus recorder that actually has inputs and outputs and weighs practically nothing and is a couple inches long. This item is ridiculous.
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Aug 11, 2019
Narq
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Aug 9, 2019
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Ten years ago... this was kind of cool.
Aug 9, 2019
dropmemb
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Aug 9, 2019
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At first glance thought of this as a possible MP3/AAC/WAV player with long battery-life for when going jogging etc. But after reading the details it seems a very niche product. Lack of connections other than USB (how are you supposed to listen to your recordings?) and the bluetooth only seems to be for phone app control (can anyone confirm if you can connect bluetooth earphones directly to recorder for listening to playback?). Also built-in battery means if you are out of charge you have to charge it before being able to record. I could live with the lack of expandable storage, but it seems this product is specifically a modern remote-control super-compact voice recorder (other Sony Voice-recorders have always had the option to use as a basic MP3/AAC player using headphone output). As a voice-recorder, if you can live with something that is slightly larger, uses swapable AAA batteries, and is easier to operate by hand, you could just go with the cheaper entry-level Sony PX470 + additional memory in Micro SD slot. If the bluetooth can connect to BT wireless earphones I will consider this for playback use while jogging.
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Aug 9, 2019
Calaverasgrande
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Aug 8, 2019
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You can get a Tascam DR05x or Zoom H1n and be able to plug in mics, use SD cards etc. For less money, and have it now. The only thing this has going for it is the small size.
Aug 8, 2019
Narq
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Aug 9, 2019
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You are exactly correct. This is a ridiculous thing that has much better competition at much better prices. The sole purpose of existence for this product is to make Sony richer and consumers poorer.
Aug 9, 2019
Nike
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Jun 26, 2019
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How do you listen to playback?
Jun 26, 2019
TechEGuy
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Aug 8, 2019
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What the crap? What a terrible design. Being small is great for those niche moments where that's what's needed, but I see 3 major flaws with this product even before I have a chance to use it: 1) It comes in 2 pieces, given that may be a "+" if you need the small size, but this is a double-edge sword. Small things fit in small, unretrievable spaces; lose half this thing and you're stuck hoping the app for it can do everything the part you lost did. 2) No outputs/inputs other than the MicroUSB connector that they dongle-fied to give you the one and only way to get sound directly from the device, meanwhile robbing you of the ability to charge it. And 3) is an expansion of number 2: "no inputs /outputs" as in no extra physical connections. It possibly has the ability to work with more wireless devices; a BT microphone perhaps? But the major shortcoming in my opinion is the lack of expandable storage. TF cards are getting cheaper all the time and offer massive amounts of capacity. Not using the tiny bit of additional real estate for this purpose is a major oversight in my opinion. They could build-in a wireless method I suppose, that transmits the recording in progress to a larger capacity device -say, a laptop nearby via WiFi. Then your only limiting factor would be battery life. Digital cameras have been doing this in Japan for quite some time. However, As it is, this would be good for spying and taking brief notes. My thing is, I'm lazy about proper house keeping. If I can just copy the TF card to my computer fine or if I can get all the files wirelessly somewhere where it's not slowly choking-off my available onboard capacity, fine. But keeping up with another thing is not something I would be willing to invest so much money for. I see this as a great idea with a poor execution.
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Aug 8, 2019
dropmemb
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Aug 9, 2019
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Thought the product photo was 2 sides of the single piece, and that you use the phone as a remote if necessary. It really is an odd design, so you have 2 pieces with buttons on both. Ok I get the record button on the actual main device makes it operable without the remote piece, but it is very confusing. One review mentioned they had trouble detecting if the recording had started using the remote, since the indication is on the main device display, and that an audible beep when recording started would have been nice. Also agree with you on the lack of connections.
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Aug 9, 2019
ImHereForSeikos
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May 19, 2019
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Does this record better quakity than a Samsung Note 9?
May 19, 2019
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