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Old 01-05-2011, 07:03 PM   #1
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Digital voice recorders


I recently purchased a digital voice recorder, an Olympus ws-700m. My concern is that when I play back the recording, even with the volume on high it is barely audible. If I download the file to my computer it is better, but not near as loud as my old mini cassette recorder.

I have tried changing some of the recording options, but this did not seam to help much. I read the reviews of a bunch of different recorders and the Olympus seamed to have the best reviews, some of the other brands seamed to have the same problem I am experiencing.

My question is, do digital recorder play back at a lower volume do to the smaller speaker size or did I just happen to get a bad one? Any one that has used or has one how is the volume on playback on yours?

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