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04-26-12, 11:46 AM #1
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Need help on digital recorder suggestions
Here is my dilemma. My father has Parkinson's and has recently started experiencing memory loss. It is making his ability to remember business meetings and such quite a difficult task. I want to help him the best I can so it does not become a performance issue at his job. So, I figure getting some kind of recorder device would allow him to review later if he cannot remember details of those meetings.
I do not know what types of digital recorders are the best. So, if anyone has any experience with them, any suggestions and/or reviews would be greatly appreciated.
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10-22-12, 03:35 PM #2
Hello Mike. They do have a few different types of a/v recorders out there that will do the job you are looking for. Depends on what kind of money you want to spend. Here are a few links to devices I am familiar with. These would at least be discreet. There are more expensive models out there of course.
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