- 250GB hard drive, HQ+ 15Mbps recording mode, plenty of functions and options
- No connection cables included, limited connection options, many features poorly implemented, controls poorly integrated, too expensive
The RDRHX910 combines a large array of features and options with a huge 250 gig hard drive. Unfortunately, an equally huge $1499 price tag and poor integration of many peripheral features detract from what could have been a standout recorder.
Price$ 1,499.00 (AUD)
The Sony RDRHX910 is very similar to the Sony RDRHX710. It comes packing a bigger hard drive, and a smaller range of connection options and front-panel functions. The increase in hard drive space does very little to remedy the poor integration of many features, and the lack of controls serve only to exacerbate its problems.
The RDRHX910 is still a perfectly functional recorder, and its 250GB hard drive makes it recommended for data-hungry users. However, its collection of foibles and heavy price tag will turn off most consumers. For more information, see our review of the Sony RDRHX710.
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