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have a new net md and it comes with sonicstage to do your uploads from. i have read that its not the best to use and real is a better way to manage uploads.
anyone have a sony net md?
is sonic stage/real/media player preferable for transferring tracks?
is 4LP any good, or best avoided?
this is all new to me - my old pansonic md player came just before all this stuff started!
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(Original post by fifi53)
have a new net md and it comes with sonicstage to do your uploads from. i have read that its not the best to use and real is a better way to manage uploads.
anyone have a sony net md?
is sonic stage/real/media player preferable for transferring tracks?
is 4LP any good, or best avoided?
this is all new to me - my old pansonic md player came just before all this stuff started!
4lp - best avoided quality is not as good as recorded on normal mode. sonic stage - abit of a dodgy software - lots of bugs thats all i know = havent used a sony md myself but know quite abit about sony techs -maybe someone who has used one could help you
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Yeah i have one, but it came with "Open MG jukebox" which is fine, didn't get sonic stage with it (the name sounds pretty impressive tho ). I usually use 2LP coz I can't really tell the difference with stereo but you can with some songs on 4LP (probably all in the mind)
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I have a Sony NetMD and use SonicStage. I know it ain't the smoothest of programs but it's pretty easy to use once you get the hang of it. I now use the LP4 stereo mode. I'm not really bothered about sound quality, as long as I can listen to it, I'm happy. At least I can fit more songs on it. I have at least 90 songs on one minidisc with some more space left.
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(Original post by fifi53)
have a new net md and it comes with sonicstage to do your uploads from. i have read that its not the best to use and real is a better way to manage uploads.
anyone have a sony net md?
is sonic stage/real/media player preferable for transferring tracks?
is 4LP any good, or best avoided?
this is all new to me - my old pansonic md player came just before all this stuff started!
The best software to use is Nero.

Read http://www.minidisc.org/NetMD_faq.html#_q84
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I just use Real Player - just need to d/l the small plug-in thing which it prompts u to do when u select sony devices, or somethin like that. The rest of the prog is pretty 'bloated', but i been usin it with my MZN10 for over a year now with no probs! If u wanna upload an entire CD, u can d/l a prog called 'Simple Burner' which lets u do the whole cd at once!
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I just use Real Player - just need to d/l the small plug-in thing which it prompts u to do when u select sony devices, or somethin like that. The rest of the prog is pretty 'bloated', but i been usin it with my MZN10 for over a year now with no probs! If u wanna upload an entire CD, u can d/l a prog called 'Simple Burner' which lets u do the whole cd at once!
What do you think of the N10? I've heard that if the battery goes it's about £100 to replace. I was looking at that and the MZN-910. I think i'll go for the 910.
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What do you think of the N10? I've heard that if the battery goes it's about £100 to replace. I was looking at that and the MZN-910. I think i'll go for the 910.
Well, like i say, been using mine for over a year now, and its pretty kool! No battery probs, but i havent really researched the cost of a new one! Always got that bulky screw-on thingy for normal batteries!
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Well, like i say, been using mine for over a year now, and its pretty kool! No battery probs, but i havent really researched the cost of a new one! Always got that bulky screw-on thingy for normal batteries!
Sounds good, i still think i'd go for the MZN-910. Is it actually impossible to scratch the MZN-10 case because it's made out of magnesium?
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Sounds good, i still think i'd go for the MZN-910. Is it actually impossible to scratch the MZN-10 case because it's made out of magnesium?
I'd go for the 910 as well.
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I'd go for the 910 as well.
Thanks, i'll do that. Now to find a good price.

Sorry about the thread hi-jack.
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