||Review: Olympus DS-2 Stereo Voice Recorder|
|Subject:||Voice recorder for hearing impaired teen student|
|I'm looking for a voice recorder for my daughter who is entering high school. She has a hearing impairment and ADHD so I hope that a voice recorder will help her take notes and record homework assignments when she's not physically able to hear or write them herself. She has also recently been given "The Dragon" voice recognition software. We can't afford to spend a fortune on a voice recorder but need one that will produce good sound, be easy for a disabled child to use, be sturdy enough to take some punishment, possibly work with "The Dragon" and be kid cool. Is the Olympus right for her or would we be better with the Sony. Can either use rechargable batteries? Can either also play downloaded music files? We've been considering an MP3 player with voice recorder that can plug directly into the usb port of her laptop but we're concerned the voice recorded sound won't be clear enough with her hearing impairment and won't be good enough to work with the voice recognition software.|
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