• Hi Guest: Welcome to TRIBE, the online home of TRIBE MAGAZINE. If you'd like to post here, or reply to existing posts on TRIBE, you first have to register. Join us!

FOR SALE: Sharp MS-722 MiniDisc Player/Recorder


TRIBE Member
Sharp MS-722 MiniDisc Player/Recorder


Main features & functions:
  • Sharp MS-722 is one of the remaining classic recorders that still use slot-in insertion.
  • The jog-dial shuttle keys on the main unit is very user friendly, allowing easy and fast titling.
  • The remote also has a cool Casio G-Shock design with clock/alarm functions.
  • "Slot-in" disc insertion
  • Large jog dial enables easy editing
  • Backlit LCD remote control with triple shuttle keys
  • 40-second anti-shock memory
  • Synchronized recording for digital, analog, and mic
  • LCD remote
  • Headphones
  • LiIon cell
  • AC adapter
  • Connection cord
  • AA cell case
Max playback / record / recharge time: 10 h / 8 h / 3 hours

Dimensions: 87 (W) x 25.9 (H) x 81.5 (D) mm

Weight: 216g approx. (including lithium-ion battery)

Additional accessories
  • 10 Blank MiniDiscs
  • 4 disc holder - holds 2 by 2, front to back, easy for transport
  • 6 disc holder - classic floppy disk style, approx. 6 discs deep
Asking price: $200 or best offer

Independent reviews of the Sharp MS-722:


Forward inquiries to:


-- OR --

Post message below



TRIBE Member
Originally posted by Eclectic
This looks promising....

But I'm in Saskatoon......

If you're willing to pay postage ....

I'm willing to listen ...

Send me an email to discuss

Subscribe to Cannabis Goldsmith, wherever you get your podcasts


TRIBE Member
Sharp minidisc


You had posted that you had your Sharp MS-722 minidisc recorder for sale a (long) while ago.

Did you eventually sell it? By chance is it still for sale?

I might be interested,



Well-Known TRIBEr
Yes, I am sure that he hasn't sold it since FEBRUARY...


BTW: there is a separate Buy and Sell forum.
Subscribe to Cannabis Goldsmith, wherever you get your podcasts


TRIBE Member
Sharp, Sony, Kenwood, JVC, and Panasonic, all produce(d) MiniDisc units. It's pretty big overseas. I guess these companies all wanted a piece of the pie.