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Testseek.co.uk have collected 9 expert reviews of the XtremeMac MicroMemo for iPod 5G / Nano 2G and the average rating is 84%. Scroll down and see all reviews for XtremeMac MicroMemo for iPod 5G / Nano 2G.
 
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The editors liked

  • Size
  • Ability to plug in external mic
  • Recorded audio quality
  • Ease-of-use
  • Excellent sound capture
  • Nano-complementing design

The editors didn't like

  • Crappy built-in speakers
  • So-so mono mic supplied as standard
  • Built-in speaker insufficiently powerful
  • IPod nano has limited capacity
  • Requires use of iPod headphone port

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  Published: 2007-03-29, review by: pocket-lint.com

  • Size, ability to plug in external mic, recorded audio quality
  • Crappy built-in speakers, so-so mono mic supplied as standard
  • Turns your Video iPod into a portable professional recording studio – sort of

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  Published: 2007-03-29, Author: Jonny , review by: macworld.co.uk

  • Ease-of-use, excellent sound capture, nano-complementing design
  • Built-in speaker insufficiently powerful, iPod nano has limited capacity, requires use of iPod headphone port
  • MicroMemo is capable of crystal-clear sound capture, and its ease of use and meticulous iPod nano-matching design help it stand out. The fact you can capture sound using any device fitted with a 3.5mm line-out jack makes is a feature new products in t...

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  Published: 2006-08-01, review by: expertreviews.co.uk

  • Abstract:  XtremeMacs MicroMemo, a voice recorder for the iPod with Video, differs from most of its older competitors by connecting to the iPods dock connector, rather than the headphone jack and remote socket. The remote socket doesnt exist on newer iPods of ...

 
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  Published: 2007-09-26, review by: about.com

  • Abstract:  Works withIPod Video/5th generation iPod The GoodExcellent sound qualityNo-frills, plug-and-play designStandard jack lets you use other mics The BadInaccessible toggle switchLimited pick-up rangeCan’t charge and record at the same time The Price$59...

 
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  Published: 2007-05-17, review by: applematters.com

  • Abstract:  I’ve always wanted to use my iPod as a quality recording device. It always seemed that this iPod thing could be the core of a very incredible portable recording solution. I put off reviewing any earlier devices mostly because of some poor reviews a...

 
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  Published: 2007-02-16, review by: macnews.com

  • Abstract:  For me the iPod is mainly an audio product (although a device with a bigger screen might make it more video-appealing for me) and, as I’m a reporter, being able to record onto the device is useful. That’s why I find the MicroMemo from XtremeMa...

 
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  Published: 2006-11-17, Author: Scott , review by: cnet.com

  • The MicroMemo is easy to use, features an adjustable mic, and allows you to switch between mic and line-in recording.
  • The MicroMemo doesnt allow you to charge the iPod while youre using it, yet it draws off the players battery. It only works with fifth-gen and newer iPods and second-gen Nanos, and youll need your own stereo mic unless you want to record in mono on...
  • The MicroMemo by XtremeMac adds recording capability to newer iPods and Nanos but a gangly microphone may offset the benefit of the included external speaker.

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  Published: 2006-08-11, review by: ipodobserver.com

  • Abstract:  A new breed of third-party iPod voice recorders are coming and they will for the first time turn Apples portable music player into an compact, handheld, professional recording device. The first one to soon hit the market is from Xtreme Mac and I found...

 
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  Published: 2006-08-08, review by: ilounge.com

  • A high-quality digital recording accessory for video-ready iPods, complete with a flexible, detachable microphone and an integrated speaker. Easy to use design provides optional access to 3.5mm port for stereo mic or line-in recording, impressive voice...
  • equently, companies had to design new bottom-mounting add-ons featuring higher-quality microphones, and then had to wait for parts from Apple, a process that took more than eight months, frustrating iPod-loving podcasters and average consumers alike. O...
  • All things considered, XtremeMac’s MicroMemo is the best audio recorder we’ve tested for fifth-generation iPods. Though it’s not perfect - most notably, it’s missing a few of the frills that Belkin packed in with its competi...

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