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High storage capacity: 2GB Enhanced voice guidance system Versatile recording quality options, including high quality stereo recording Simple to manage: five storage folders plus music folder (up to 200 messages per folder), one music folder, plus automatic archiving and synchronisation Podcast function with bookmarking for easy stop-and-go listening Advanced Euphony options: expands the sound space to convey more realistic playback Customisable playback speed of 50-200% The DS-55, DS-65 are perfect pocket companions chiefly aimed at busy businesspeople. Designed in conjunction with the RNIB*, these recorders are outstanding easy to navigate with their tactile buttons and an optional Voice Guidance feature. Therefore dictations, meetings or personal notes can be captured and reviewed absolutely hasslefree. In addition to high-quality recording and playback of WMA files, each model enables you to listen to MP3 and AA (audible content) files. So you can relax to your favourite music, audiobook or podcast between appointments. The DS-65 finds just the right balance between price and performance. Fill its 2GB of file storage space with recordings in the WMA format, MP3s, audiobook files or podcasts. This blue-coloured model comes complete with a handy carry case. (*RNIB is a UK based charity offering information, support and advice to people with sight loss.)
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With 1GB of integrated memory, the stunning metallic midnight blue Olympus DS-55 interview recorder offers truly staggering recording time. In addition to capturing stereo sound from meetings, interviews and other professional dictation, you can control recording with the included remote control. For larger round-table meetings the Olympus DS-55 couples with the Olympus ME30W Conference Kit where two high quality omni-directional microphones catch every discussion point. Features and Benefits of the Olympus DS-55 Large 1GB Integrated Flash Memory Highly Sensitive detachable stereo microphone Voice Guidance, ensures seamless operation of various functions Remote Control can be attached to the recorder to control recording functions. VCVA (Hands Free Recording) Index Mark (up to 16 per file) allows you to quickly revisit desired locations Microphone, Earphone and Power Jacks Can be used as a USB Microphone or USB Speaker Package Contents DS-55 Digital Voice Recorder Stereo Microphone USB cable Remote Control Stereo Earphones DSS Player Version 7 Software Instruction Manual Carry Strap Two AAA batteries
For users who need a long recording time or need to be able to capture sound in high quality for longer, the smart silver Olympus DS-40 digital voice recorder is ideal. Its integrated 512MB memory provides over 17 hours of recording time in ST HQ mode (Stereo High Quality) extending to 136 hours of recording time in LP mono mode. In addition to recording and playing WMA files, the Olympus DS-40 allows you to listen to MP3 and AA (Audible content) files. All features are easily accessible using the large, white, backlit display and prominent buttons. Features and Benefits of the Olympus DS-40 Highly Sensitive detachable stereo microphone Voice Guidance, ensures seamless operation of various functions Dual Channel (stereo) recording and playback, ideal for interviews. Four playback functions (Repeat, Skip, Fast and Slow) VCVA (Hands Free Recording) Index Mark (up to 16 per file) allows you to quickly revisit desired locations Microphone, Earphone and Power Jacks Folder Names can be re-named on DS-40 Package contents: DS-40 Digital Voice Recorder Stereo Microphone USB cable Stereo Earphones DSS Player Version 7 Software Instruction Manual Carry Strap Two AAA batteries
The DS 30, 40 and 55, 65 are all the same size.
DS40 Recording File Format Playback Format DSS Player Software CD-ROM PC Connector (USB Cable) Built In Flash Memory Record Time: XQ (WMA) Stereo HQ (WMA) Stereo SP (WMA) Stereo HQ (WMA) Mono SP (WMA) Mono LP (WMA) Mono 34hr 45min 68hr 30min 136hr 15min WMA WMA/MP3 Version 7 Yes 512MB 8hr 40min 17hr 20min
DS55 WMA WMA/MP3 Version 7 Yes 1GB 16hr 30min 33hr 10min 66hr 20min 66hr 20min 130hr 50min 260hr
DS65 WMA WMA/MP3 Version 7 Yes 2GB 33hr 50min 67hr 40min 135hr 30min 135hr 30min 266hr 50min 530hr 50min
The warning symbols indicate important safety related information. To protect yourself and others from personal injury or damage to property, it is essential that you always read the warnings and information provided.
Using the Online Manual
When you install the DSS Player on your PC from the CD-ROM, you can use an online expanded version of this instruction manual, allowing you to learn more about the digital voice recorder. If the DSS Player is installed, click on the [Start] button, select [All Programs], then [OLYMPUS DSS Player], then click on [DS-50/40/30 ONLINE INSTRUCTIONS]. You can read more about the items listed below. Recording from External Microphone or Other Devices.. 34 Timer Recording (Timer Rec). 36 Set Skip Space (Skip Space). 46 Changing the Playback Speed (Play Speed). 48 Alarm Playback Function (Alarm). 59 Locking Files (Lock).. 68 Changing Folder Names (Folder Name). 70 Rearranging files (File Move).. 72 Changing the USB Class (USB Class). 77
Changing Power Save (Power Save). 78 Changing External Input Setting (Ext. Input). 79 Viewing system information (System Info.). 81 Backlight (Backlight).. 84 LED(LED).. 85 LCD Contrast Adjustment (Contrast). 86 System Sounds (Beep).. 90 Uninstalling Software.. 103 Window Names (DSS Player). 108 Download Voice Files from the Recorder. 109 Play a Voice File. 111 Upload Voice Files to the Recorder. 112 Send Voice Files with E-mail.. 114 Changing User ID.. 114 Changing a Folder Name.. 115 Editing File Comments. 115 Editing a Template.. 116 USB Microphone/USB Speaker. 118 Using Voice Recognition Software. 122 Joining Files... 130 Splitting Files.. 132 Menu Setting of this Recorder. 134 Using Windows Media Player.. 136 Window Names (Windows Media Player). 137 Copying Music from CD. 138 Transferring Music File to the Recorder. 139 Importing Podcast Content. 142 Loading Audible Content.. 146 Transferring Audible Content. 149 Enjoy Audible Content with the Recorder. 151
Do not leave the recorder in hot, humid locations such as inside a closed automobile under direct sunlight or on the beach in the summer. Do not store the recorder in places exposed to excessive moisture or dust. Do not use organic solvents such as alcohol and lacquer thinner to clean the unit. Do not place the recorder on top of or near electric appliances such as TVs or refrigerators. Avoid recording or playing back near cellular phones or other wireless equipment, as they may cause interference and noise. If you experience noise, move to another place, or move the recorder further away from such equipment. Avoid sand or dirt. These can cause irreparable damage. Avoid strong vibrations or shocks. Do not disassemble, repair or modify the unit yourself. Do not operate the unit while operating a vehicle (such as a bicycle, motorcycle, or go-cart). Keep the unit out of the reach of children.
The guidance feature (in English and other
languages) gives audio notification of operating conditions. It ensures seamless operation of various complex functions. ( P57)
You may assign your own names to folders. It has a built-in Variable Control Voice
The DSS Player can be upgraded to a DSS Player Plus, which is equipped with a enhanced functionality (Option). ( P77)
If a commercial voice recognition software is utilized, the recorded voice file can be converted to characters automatically. In addition to the DSS Player functions, joining and splitting of the files and configuring the menu settings of this recorder, etc. can be performed.
Actuator (VCVA) function.( P28) Timer Rec and Alarm features enable automatic recording and playing at a set time. The LowCut Filter minimizes air conditioner noise and other similar noises while recording.( P32) Index mark and temp mark features allow you to quickly find desired locations. ( P50) The playback speed can be controlled as preferred.
It features various repeat functions.
It is compatible with Podcasting.
If favorite Internet radio-station URLs are registered in the DSS Player, the latest broadcasting content will be received automatically. Press the Podcast button on the recorder to quickly listen to the program (file) transferred from the DSS Player to the recorder.
Compatible with Audible broadcasting.
Identification of Parts
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1 Exclusive stereo microphone (ME53S) 2 MIC (Microphone) / REMOTE jack 3 Built-in monaural microphone 4 REC (Record) button 5 STOP button 6 PLAY button 7 DISPLAY/Podcast button 8 POWER/HOLD switch 9 Strap hole 0 Record/Play indicator light (LED) ! Display (LCD panel) @ LIST/INDEX button
# FOLDER/ button $ VOLUME ( +) button % 9(Fast Forward) button ^ VOLUME (- ) button & 0(Rewind) button * OK/MENU button ( ERASE button ) EAR (Earphone) jack - MIC SENSE(Microphone Sensitivity) switch = PC (USB) terminal q Battery cover w Power jack e Built-in speaker
Remote Controller (RS29 supplied with the DS-50 only)
Folder File Each folder in Folder A through Folder E can save up to 200 voice files.
Save up to 200 files.
Up to 128 folders can be created under the Music folder including Music and Podcast. When using Windows Media Player 10, click [Start Sync] instead of setting the synchronization options. All the files will be transferred to the part A above. It is not possible to create a folder in the Audible folder.
Selecting the Folders and Files
List display The folders and files recorded in this recorder are displayed.
Upper (selected) folder Scroll bar (appears when the whole contents cannot be displayed) aUpper (selected) folder bName of the file
File display Information of the selected file is displayed. Enters in playback standby mode.
Files with tag data
Press the FOLDER button to switch folders Press the FOLDER button while the recorder is stopped. Every time the Folder button is pressed, it cycles through Folder A through Folder E and the Audible Music folder, and it shows a list of files and folders recorded within each folder. When the Audible folder is opened, the recorder enters the Audible mode. Open the Podcast folder While the recorder is stopped, press the Podcast button for one second or longer. If the Podcast folder under the Music folder is opened, a list of files and folders within the folder will appear. For Podcast please see Online manual.
How to select a folder and file You can select a desired folder and file even without using the Folder button or the Podcast button.
+ or - button: Moves the cursor
up and down.
Selecting Folder A folder
Selecting DS500001 file
If a folder or file is selected with the OK button, playback will begin.
9 or OK button: Opens the selected folder/file. 0 button: Returns to the upper folder.
LIST button: Returns to the upper folder while in the list display, and returns to the list display while in the file display.
Selecting DS500003 file
Press the 9 or 0 button adjust the pause sound level.
The VCVA level can be set to any of 15 different values. The higher the value, the more sensitive the recorder to sounds. At the highest value, even the faintest sound will activate recording. The VCVA pause sound level can be adjusted according to the ambient (background) noise.
b Level meter (varies according to the sound volume being recorded) c Start level (moves to the right/left according to the set level)
The start/stop actuation level also varies depending on the selected microphone sensitivity mode ( P31). If the surrounding noise is loud, the starting sensitivity of the VCVA can be adjusted according to the recording situation. To ensure successful recordings, prior testing and adjustment of the start/stop actuation level is recommended.
Recording Modes (Rec Mode)
The recording mode can be chosen from ST XQ (stereo extra high quality sound recording), ST HQ (stereo high quality sound recording), HQ (high quality sound recording), SP (standard recording), and LP (long-term recording).
While the recorder is stopped, press the MENU button for 1 second or longer.
Rec Mode will be displayed on the screen. ( P60, 62)
The recording mode setup process begins.
Press the + or button to choose from ST XQ, ST HQ, HQ, SP and LP. Press the OK button to complete the setup screen.
a Record mode indicator
Press the STOP button while the recorder is stopped to check Remaining Memory and Remaining Recording Time in the selected recording mode.
Microphone sensitivity is adjustable to meet recording needs.
While the recorder is stopped or during recording, slide the Mic Sense switch and select a microphone sensitivity among LECTURE, CONF, and DICT.
Every time the setting is switched, it cycles through the display's microphone sensitivities. LECTURE( ): Highest recording sensitivity suitable for conferences with large crowds and recording audio at a distance or low volume. CONF( ): Suitable for recording meetings and seminars with a small number of people. DICT( ): Lowest recording sensitivity suitable for dictation.
a Microphone sensitivity display
When the speaker's voice is to be recorded clearly, set it to DICT (dictation) mode. If breath directly hits the microphone it will be noisy, so keep the microphone a little lower than the speaker's mouth (5 to 10cm/2 to 4 inches) while recording. If the ambient (background) noise is too loud to get a clear recording even in DICT (dictation) mode, we recommend that you use an ME12 Noise-Cancellation monaural microphone. (sold separately. P84)
a Play position bar indicator b Current playback time c File name d File format indicator
Press the + or button to select the proper sound volume.
The display shows the volume level. You can choose between 0 and 30.
e Volume level meter
Press the STOP or OK button at any point you want to stop the playback.
Stop a file play back at any point. Press the PLAY or OK button to start playing back from where it was stopped.
You can change the display patterns ( P55). The displays indicated in this manual are default.
Forwarding Press and hold the 9 button while the recorder is stopped. If you release the button, it will stop. Press the PLAY or OK button to start playing back from where it was stopped.
a File length
Press and hold the 9 button while playing a file. When you release the 9 button the recorder will resume normal playback.
If there is an index mark or temp mark (P50) in the middle of the file, the recorder will stop at that location. The recorder stops when it reaches the end of the file. Continue pressing the 9 button to proceed with the cue from the beginning of the next file.
Rewinding Press and hold the 0 button while the recorder is stopped. If you release the button, it will stop. Press the PLAY or OK button to start playing back from where it was stopped.
Press and hold the 0 button while playing a file. When you release the 0 button the recorder will resume normal playback.
If there is an index mark or temp mark (P50) in the middle of the file, the recorder will stop at that location. The recorder stops when it reaches the beginning of the file. Continue pressing the 0 button to proceed with the review from the end of the previous file.
If the 0 button is kept pressed while the recorder is stopped at the start of the top file, the recorder will fast rewind starting from the end of the last file.
Locating the Beginning of the File Press the 9 button during playback, slow playback, or fast playback. The next file is cued and playback starts at the previously set speed. Press the 0 button during playback, slow playback, or fast playback. The file being played is cued and playback starts at the previously set speed.* Press the 0 button 2 times during playback, slow playback or fast playback. The previous file is cued and playback starts at the previously set speed.*
If there is an index mark or temp mark (P50) in the middle of the file, the recorder will stop at that location. * If the skip space is set at other than file skip, the recorder will F. Skip (forward skip) or R. Skip (reverse skip) for a set time before playback.
The index or temp mark is erased.
Index or temp numbers after the erased index or temp number will automatically move up. Temp marks are temporary markings, so if you move to another file, switch to the list screen, or connect the recorder to a computer, they will be automatically erased.
Up to 16 index and temp marks can be set in a file. If you try to place more than 16 index or temp marks, the Index Full message will appear for index marks, and Temp Full for temp marks. Index or temp marks cannot be set or erased in a locked file.
Formatting the Recorder (Format)
If you format the recorder, all files will be removed and all function settings will return to defaults except date and time settings. Transfer any important files to a computer before formatting the recorder. If the recorder is formatted, data for guidance (P57), alarm playback, and starting/ closing tune when the power is turned On/Off (P15) will also be erased and these features will not be available in the future. If you erase data by mistake, connect the recorder to a computer and use DSS Player to copy it to the recorder (P76).
Formatting the Recorder
The menu opens. (
Press the Format.
+ or button to choose
Press the + button to choose Start.
After the Data Will Be Cleared message is on for two seconds, Cancel will turn on.
Press the Start.
+ button again to choose
Formatting begins and an indicator flashes on the display.
Format Done displays when formatting ends.
Never turn the power off or remove batteries during formatting because data may be corrupted. It may take over 10 seconds to complete erasing. Never format the recorder from a PC. After formatting, recorded audio file names may start from 0001. Once the recorder is formatted, the music files with DRM may not be transferred to the recorder again. When the recorder is formatted, all the saved data, including locked files and read-only files, are erased.
Display and Sound Functions
LCD Display Information
The LCD screen on the recorder can display 3 different format of information by pressing the DISPLAY button. This help review and confirm different recorder settings and file information.
Press the DISPLAY button.
The LCD display views will switch every time the DISPLAY button is pressed in the File Display screen.
While in stop or playback mode
When pressing Display, the recorder will cycle through 1 to 3.
1 Playback elapsed time / File name*
The elapsed time for the file being played and its file name (artist name/song title for a music file) will appear.
*If there is a long file name, scroll to the side to show all of it.
2 Playback elapsed time / File length
The elapsed time for the file being played and its file length will appear.
3 Time stamp
Shows the month, date, year, hour and minute that the file was recorded.
While in record mode
Displays 1 and 2 alternately. 1 Remaining memory bars/recording time/ Recording level meter
Current elapsed recording time is displayed in incremental figures, whereas the remaining memory and audio input levels are displayed with graphic images. The audio input level display varies depending on a stereo recording or the monaural recording.
Display in the monaural recording
While recording in VCVA mode
Displays 1 and 2 alternately. 1 Remaining memory bars/recording time/ VCVA recording level meter
The current elapsed recording time is displayed in incremental figures, whereas the remaining memory bar, audio input levels, and start levels are displayed with graphic images (Waiting is displayed when the VCVA trigger level has not been reached). The audio input level display varies, depending on a stereo recording or a monaural recording.
2 Remaining memory bars/Remaining recording time/ Recording level meter
2 Remaining memory bars/ Remaining recording time/VCVA recording level meter
The remaining time is displayed in decremental figures, whereas the remaining memory bar and audio input levels are displayed with graphic images.
The remaining time is displayed in decremental figures, whereas the remaining memory bar, audio input levels, and start levels are displayed with graphic images (Waiting is displayed when the VCVA trigger level has not been reached).
Guidance (Voice Guide)
This feature gives audio announcements of recorder operating conditions. Adjust the speed and the volume of guidance announcements.
The menu opens. ( P.60, 62)
Press the + or Voice Guide.
The voice guide setup process begins.
Press the + or button to select the item to set.
Select items you want to set from among On/Off, Speed and Volume.
Press the OK or 9 button to move to the respective setting.
For procedures for each setting, please see P58.
On/Off setting 1 Press the + or button to choose between On and Off. On: Guidance will be provided. Off: Guidance will be canceled. 2 Press the OK button to exit On/Off selection.
1 Press the + or button to choose from Fast, Normal, and Slow. Fast: Announcements at 1.5 times as fast. Normal: Announcements at normal speed. Slow: Announcements at 0.75 times as fast. 2 Press the OK button to exit Speed selection.
1 Press the + or button to choose from Volume High Volume Middle and Volume Low.
Volume High: Increases guidance volume. Volume Middle: Normal guidance volume. Volume Low: Reduces guidance volume. 3 Press the OK button to exit Volume selection.
The starting tune/closing tune when the power is turned On/Off (P15) can be canceled if you set the guidance to Off. If the recorder is formatted (P52), guidance data will also be erased and the feature will not be available in the future (P76). Set the starting tune/closing tune at the guidance Volume setting.
Menu Setting Method
Items in menus are categorized by tabs, so select a tab first and move to a desired item to quickly set it. You can set each menu item as follows.
The menu opens. ( P62) Menu items can be set during a recording or playback. ( P64)
Press the + or button to move to the item to be set.
Setup using a tab 1 Press the 0 button for each item to move to a tab.
a Selected tab
2 Press the + or - button to move to the tab that contains the item you want to set.
3 Press the OK or 9 button to move to the item you want to set.
Moves to the setting of the selected item.
Press the + or the setting.
button to change
*Please see online manual for details.
*Play Mode and Skip Space cannot be set in the Audible mode.
Using the Recorder on Your PC
Saving Files in Your PC
By being connected to a PC, the recorder enables you to do the following: Playback voice files on your PC. Audio files recorded using the recorder can be played using the DSS Player software included on the provided CD-ROM or Windows Media Player. Playback voice files on your PC and on the recorder when connected via USB. Download files from the recorder to the PC or upload files from the PC to the recorder. Using the Windows Media Player, the stored WMA or MP3 files on your PC can be transferred and played back on this recorder. If an upgrade (Option) to DSS Player Plus is executed, various additional functions can be utilized ( P77).
Precautions on using the recorder connected to a PC
When you are downloading a file from the recorder or uploading a file to the recorder, do not remove the USB cable even if the screen is indicating you can. Data is still being transferred while the record/play indicator light is blinking. When removing the USB cable, be sure to follow the description in P74. If the USB cable is removed before the drive is stopped, data may not be successfully transferred. On a PC, do not format the drive of the recorder. Initialization is not successfully achieved on a PC. For initialization, follow the instructions in the main menu screen of the recorder ( P60, 62). Folder (directory) names displayed by file management tools such as Explorer attached to Microsoft Windows is different from the folder names that can be set with the recorder or DSS player. If folders or files stored on the recorder are moved or renamed by using a file management tool such as Explorer, the order of files may be changed or files may become unrecognizable.
Data can be written or uploaded to the recorder even though the attribute of the recorder drive is shown as Read-only by the operating system of the PC. As the noise may cause adverse effects on electronics devices nearby the recorder, unplug the earphone when you connect the recorder to a PC.
Using DSS Player Software
Basic Operating Environment of DSS Player
PC: Operating System: CPU: IBM PC/AT compatible PC Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional/XP Professional,Home Edition Intel Pentium II class 333 MHz processor or more (If recording to a hard disk directly with the WMA format, please use in the range of 500 MHz or more) 128 MB or more (256MB or more is recommended) 50 MB or more 2x or faster CD-ROM, CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-ROM drive Creative Labs Sound Blaster 16 or 100% compatible sound card
RAM: Hard drive space: Drive: Sound card: Browser: Display: USB port: Audio I/O terminals: Others:
Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.01 SP2 or later 800 x 600 pixels or more, 256 colors or more One free port Earphone output or speakers
The mouse or similar to a pointing device. Environment where the Internet can be utilized.
The support service will not cover if your PC has been updated from Windows 95/98/Me to Windows 2000/XP. Any failure on a self-modified PC will not be covered under the operational warranty.
Before you connect the recorder to your PC and use it, you must first install the DSS player software from the included Software CD. Applications included with DSS Player
DSS Player: Recorded voice files can be downloaded to the PC for complete file management and playback solution.
Be sure to confirm the following before installation:
Exit all running applications. Eject the floppy disk if you are using one. You need to log on as an Administrator.
Insert DSS Player into the CDROM drive.
The installation program will start automatically. Once the program starts, jump to step 4. If it does not, follow the procedures in steps 2 and 3.
The installation Language Selection dialog box opens.
Click the desired language to select it.
Click the [start] button and select [Run]. Enter D:\setup.exe in the [Open] field and click [OK].
This is assuming the CD-ROM drive is D.
Installing DSS Player
Register user information.
Enter your name, company name and serial number. For the serial number, see the label attached to the CD-ROM package provided with DSS Player. When entered, click [Next]. When the confirmation dialog appears, click [Yes].
Select a program menu folder.
You may change the program menu folder to another one, such as [Start Up]. To accept the default folder, click [Next].
Authorizing the start of file copying.
Confirm all Current Settings. To accept them, click [Next]. Note To change the program menu folder or installation folder, click [Back].
Confirm your acceptance of the terms of the Licensing Agreement.
You must accept the terms of the Licensing Agreement to install DSS Player. If you accept them, click [Yes].
Wait until DSS Player is installed on your PC, then click [Finish]. The screen returns to the opening screen automatically.
Select where to install DSS Player.
This lets you specify the folder in which to install DSS Player. Click [Browse] to find the desired installation folder. To accept the default folder, click [Next]. Note If the installation folder does not exist, a confirmation dialog box opens to get your permission to create a folder for this purpose. Click [Yes].
Installing the Device Driver
Connect the recorder to your PC, referring to Connecting to Your PC ( P73).
When you connect the recorder to your PC for the first time after installing DSS Player, the recorders driver will be installed automatically. If the driver is installed properly, DSS Player will start automatically. (For details about operation for DSS Player see pages from P75)
Example: Copying Data from PC to Recorder using Explorer
Connecting the recorder to your PC.
For the connection procedure, refer to Connecting to Your PC using the USB cable ( P73).
Open the Explorer window.
The products name is displayed.
Copy the data.
While the data are being written or copied, the record/play indicator light on the recorder will flash.
Unplug the recorder from a computer.
For how to unplug the recorder, please see Disconnecting from your PC ( P74).
NEVER disconnect the USB while the record/play indicator light is flashing. If you do, the data will be destroyed. Make sure that the computer setting is storage class. If it is audio class, it won't recognize the recorder
as a removable disk ( P.73).
Alarm Message List
Battery Low File Protected Index Full Temp Full Illegal Folder
Low battery power Erase-locked Index full Tempmark full Not an audiorecording folder. Folder full Error in the internal memory Illegally copied file Zero remaining memory No file Formatting error
The management file cannot be created.
Battery power is getting low. Tried to delete a locked file. The file is full of index marks (maximum of 16 marks). The file is full of Tempmarks (maximum of 16 marks). Recording has been attempted with a folder other than Folder A through to Folder E. The folder is full of files (maximum of 200 files). Error in the internal memory.
Replace with new batteries ( P13). Unlock the file. Erase index marks that are no longer required ( P51). Erase Tempmarks that are no longer required ( P51). Select a folder from Folder A through to Folder E and try recording again ( P25). Erase unnecessary files ( P47). This is a malfunction, so go to the store where you purchased the recorder or an Olympus service station for repair. Delete the file ( P47). Erase unnecessary files ( P47).
Folder Full Memory Error
Licence Mismatch Memory Full
The music files copied illegally. No remaining internal memory. No files were found in the folder. There was an error while formatting the recorder's memory.
Ni-MH rechargeable battery and charger set: BC400 (Europe only)
BC400 comes with an Ni-MH rechargeable battery charger (BU-400) and 4 Ni-MH rechargeable batteries (BR401) as a pack. This charger can quick charge Olympus AA or AAA Ni-MH rechargeable batteries.
Ni-MH rechargeable battery: BR401 Stereo microphone: ME51SW
The high fidelity of the recording, which only stereo can perform. Furthermore, it gives clear sound quality with less noise. High-efficiency rechargeable long life batteries.
Connecting cord: KA333
Connecting cord which has stereo mini-plugs (3.5) with resistance at both ends. Use to connect from the earphone jack output of the recorder to the microphone input jack when recording. Converting plug adapters (PA331/PA231) which convert to the monaural mini plug (3.5) or monaural mini plug (2.5) are also enclosed.
Highly sensitive noise-cancellation monaural microphone: ME52
This microphone is used to record sound at a distance while minimizing surrounding noise.
Noise-Cancellation monaural microphone: ME12
(Dictation microphone) Used to get crisp recordings of your own voice by reducing the effects of ambient noise.
Exclusive remote control: RS29 (supplied for the DS-50 only)
Special remote control for the DS-30, DS-40, and DS-50. Remotely controls the recorder's recording/stop functions. If the supplied stereo microphone (ME53S) is plugged in, it can be used as a remote control stereo microphone.
Tie clip microphone: ME15
(Monaural) Small concealing microphone with a tie-clip.
Telephone pickup: TP7
Earphone type microphone can be plugged into your ear while phoning. The voice or conversation over the phone can be clearly recorded. AC adapter: A321 (US and Canada) or A322 (Europe except U.K.)
Exclusive case: CS113 (supplied for the DS-50 only)
Special case for the DS-30, DS-40, and DS-50. Protects the recorder from shocks and dirt. Belt loop on the back of the case. Magnet hook for smooth opening and closing.
Recording format WMA (Windows Media Audio) Input level 70 dBv Sampling frequency STEREO XQ mode: 44.1 kHz STEREO HQ mode: 44.1 kHz HQ mode: 44.1 kHz SP mode: 22 kHz LP mode: 8 kHz Overall frequency response STEREO XQ mode: 50 to 19,000 Hz STEREO HQ mode: 50 to 16,000 Hz HQ mode: 50 to 13,000 Hz SP mode: 100 to 8,000 Hz LP mode: 100 to 3,000 Hz Recording time DS-50: 1 GB STEREO XQ mode: 17 hours 30 minutes STEREO HQ mode: 35 hours 10 minutes HQ mode: 70 hours 20 minutes SP mode: 138 hours 30 minutes LP mode: 275 hours 20 minutes DS-40: 512 MB STEREO XQ mode: 8 hours 40 minutes STEREO HQ mode: 17 hours 20 minutes HQ mode: 34 hours 45 minutes SP mode: 68 hours 30 minutes LP mode: 136 hours 15 minutes DS-30: 256 MB STEREO XQ mode: 4 hours 10 minutes STEREO HQ mode: 8 hours 30 minutes HQ mode: 17 hours 00 minutes SP mode: 33 hours 30 minutes LP mode: 66 hours 40 minutes Alkaline battery life Recording: STEREO XQ mode: Approx. 20 hours STEREO HQ mode: Approx. 22 hours HQ mode: Approx. 24 hours SP mode: Approx. 28 hours LP mode: Approx. 32 hours Playback: (All mode) Speaker playback: Approx. 12 hours Earphone playback: Approx. 26 hours Ni-MH Rechargeable Battery (BR-401) life Recording: STEREO XQ mode: Approx. 15 hours STEREO HQ mode: Approx. 16 hours HQ mode: Approx. 18 hours SP mode: Approx. 21 hours LP mode: Approx. 22 hours Playback: (All mode) Speaker playback: Approx. 9 hours Earphone playback: Approx. 20 hours Recording medium Built-in flash memory DS-50: 1 GB DS-40: 512 MB DS-30: 256 MB Speaker Built-in 23 mm round dynamic speaker MIC jack 3.5 mm mini-jack, impedance 680 EAR jack 3.5 mm mini-jack, impedance 8 or more Maximum working output (3 V DC) 250 mW or more (8 speaker) Maximum headphone output 5 mW + 5 mW (at load of 22 )
Specifications/Technical Assistance and Support
Clock accuracy Monthly deviance less than 120 seconds.
Input power requirement Rated voltage: 3 V Batteries: Two AAA batteries (LR03,R03 or ZR03) or Two Ni-MH rechargeable batteries External power supply: AC adapter External dimensions Recorder:96 x 37.5 x 16 mm (without protrusions)
Microphone(ME53S)+Recorder: 111 x 37.5 x 16 mm (without protrusions) Weight Recorder:73 g (including alkaline batteries) Microphone(ME53S)+Recorder:80g (including alkaline batteries)
* Specifications and design are subject to change without notice. * Battery life is measured by Olympus. It varies greatly according to the type of batteries used and the conditions of use.
Technical Assistance and Support
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