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Does anybody know everything?

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I was at a concert where one of the band members just plugged his minidisc player into the soundboard with a "y" cable and it turned out great.

I'm trying to basically do the same thing. However, I would prefer something that would be storing in a removable media or a hard drive.

However, I'm looking to see if it would even be possible using any of these products?
And if they even make external mics or cords that can connect to a soundboard.

Basically, what I need is...

*hard drive or removable media such as compact flash, etc..
*mic in so I can attach a small external mic (not a self powered mic)
*be able to record for approx. 3 hours
*be able to connect directly to a soundboard with some type of cable??? (I don't know much about this stuff but I do know that the recording sounds much better without all the audience noise!)


That's about it. The minidisc player offers all of these except the hard drive. I'm just trying to figure out if there are better options?


All recommendations are more than welcomed!

I appreciate your help!
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If you don't need all te video features, then get a Gmini200xs for 150├óÔÇÜ┬¼, if you would like a little bit of video and emulation of thousands of games, as well as compact flash reader, get the Gmini400 for 200├óÔÇÜ┬¼. If you would like a video player with big best screen in the world and up to 15 hours battery for video playback and 45 hours for audio recording/playback, then get the Gmini500 for 300├óÔÇÜ┬¼.
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