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DIGITAL VOICE RECORDER
EN INSTRUCTIONS KR CN TW
Thank you for purchasing an Olympus Digital Voice Recorder. Please read these instructions for information about using the product correctly and safely. Keep the instructions handy for future reference. To ensure successful audio/image recording, we recommend that you test the audio/image recording functions before use.
For Safe and Correct Usage
Before using your new recorder, read this manual carefully to ensure that you know how to operate it safely and correctly. Keep this manual in an easily accessible location for future reference.
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 heed the warnings and information provided.
G Avoid strong vibrations or shocks. G Do not disassemble, repair or modify the unit yourself. G Do not operate the unit while operating a vehicle (such as a bicycle, motorcycle, or go-cart). G Keep the unit out of the reach of children.
<Warning regarding data loss>
Recorded content in memory may be destroyed or erased by operating mistakes, unit malfunction, or during repair work. It is recommended to back up and save important content to other media such as a computer hard disk.
G 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. G Do not store the recorder in places exposed to excessive moisture or dust. G Do not use organic solvents such as alcohol and lacquer thinner to clean the unit. G Do not place the recorder on top of or near electric appliances such as TVs or refrigerators. G Avoid recording or playing back near cellular phones or other wireless equipment, as they may cause interf erence and noise. If you experience noise, move to another place, or move the recorder further away from such equipment. G Avoid sand or dirt. These can cause irreparable damage.
Batteries should never be exposed to flame, heated, short-circuited or disassembled. Do not attempt to recharge alkaline, lithium or any other non-rechargeable batteries. Never use any battery with a torn or cracked outer cover. Keep batteries out of the reach of children. If you notice anything unusual when using this product such as abnormal noise, heat, smoke, or a burning odor: 1 remove the batteries immediately while being careful not to burn yourself, and; 2 call your dealer or local Olympus representative for servicing.
Table of Contents
Main Features.. 4 Identification of Parts.. 5 Inserting Batteries. 7 Setting Time/Date (TIME).. 8 Notes on the Folders.. 9
Recording, Taking Pictures, and Playback
Recording.. 10 Recording Modes (MOdE).. 11 Microphone Sensitivity (MIC).. 12 Using the Variable Control Voice Actuator (VCVA). 13 Taking Pictures.. 14 Playing.. 17
Moving Files Between Folders (MOVE). 19 Alarm Playback Function (ALARM). 20 Erasing.. 23 System Sounds (bEEP). 24 Resetting the Recorder (CLEAR). 25 Hold.. 25 Menu List.. 26
Managing Files on Your PC
Using OLYMPUS Voice Album Software. 27 Installing Software.. 29 Starting Voice Album.. 30 Window Names.. 31 Using Online Help.. 32 File Format.. 33
Troubleshooting.. 34 Specifications... 35 Technical Assistance and Support. 35
G The recorder stores highly compressed WAVE and JPEG format in 32 MB intergrated flash memory. G The recorder supports three recording modes, HQ (High Quality) mode, SP (Standard Playback) mode and LP (Long Playback) mode.
Continuous recording time is approximately 1 hour and 31 minutes in HQ mode, approximately 2 hours and 17 minutes in SP mode and approximately 6 hours and 4 minutes in LP mode.*
* Available recording time for one continuous file. Available recording time may be shorter if many short recordings are made. (The displayed available recording time and recorded time are approximate indications.)
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G A and B voice folders can hold a maximum of 100 audio files each, and the (image) folder can hold a maximum of 250 image files. G The recorder has a C-MOS solid-state 300,000-pixel image sensor (true pixels). G Audio and image files are recorded to builtin flash memory. Data isn't lost during battery changes. G It's easy to operate with Jogdial and a clear display. G You can take pictures while recording audio. If you transfer data to your computer, you can see linked images while listening to recorded audio. G You can edit audio and image files using the special OLYMPUS Voice Album software included in the package. G Connect the included USB cable to your compurter for faster transmission speed.
Identification of Parts
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1 Built-in microphone 2 Record indicator lamp 3 Display (LCD panel) 4 REC (Record) button 5 MENU/FOLDER button 6 Shutter button 7 Lens 8 HOLD switch 9 PC (USB) terminal 0 ERASE button ! VOLUME control @ STOP button
# /0 (Rewind) button $ +/9 (Fast Forward) button % PLAY button ^ Built-in speaker & Strap hole * Battery cover ( Viewfinder ) Shooting lamp - Earphone jack
Display (LCD Panel)
When the recorder is halted and is not recording or playing back, it displays a clock. If the STOP button is pressed a and held, it displays the b available remaining recording time and the total number of c files in a folder.
a Current folder b Total number of files recorded in the current folder c Remaining recording time
1 Folder indicator 2 Recording mode indicator 3 Microphone sensitivity display (LOW) 4 Current time/date, Recording time/ date (REC DATE), Recording/ Playing time, Remaining recording time (REMAIN), Menu display, etc. 5 Alarm indicator 6 Battery indicator 7 Rewind indicator(7), Fast Forward indicator (8), Record indicator (s), Play(`) indicator 8 File number indicator 9 VCVA (Variable Contr ol Voice 6 Actuator) indicator
Standby Mode and Display Shut Off
If the recorder is stopped or paused for 60 minutes or longer, it goes into Standby (power-save) mode, and the display shuts off. To exit Standby mode and turn on the display, press any button.
Lightly press down on the arrow and slide the battery cover open.
Insert two AAA alkaline batteries, observing the correct polarity.
Close the battery cover completely.
The hour indicator flashes, indicating the start of the Time/ Date setup process ( P.8).
When appears on the display, replace the batteries as soon as possible. When the batteries are depleted, flashes on the display, and the recorder shuts off. AAA alkaline batteries are recommended. It is recommended to set the HOLD switch to the HOLD position before you replace batteries to maintain the current settings (time/date, etc.). For your convenience,the recorder also logs the current settings in nonvolatile memory at hourly intervals. An optional Ni-MH Rechargeable Battery from Olympus can be used for the recorder. However, the battery level may not be indicated correctly when the Ni-MH Rechargeabel battery is used.
Be sure to stop the recorder before replacing the batteries. Unloading the batteries while the recorder is recording, erasing or otherwise accessing a audio file may corrupt the file. If you are recording into a file and the batteries run out, you will lose your currently recorded file because the file header will not be able to close. So, it is crucial to change the batteries once you see only one mark in the battery icon. Be sure to replace both batteries at the same time. Never mix old and new batteries, or batteries of different types and/or brands. Remove the batteries if you are not going to use the recorder for an extended period of time.
Setting Time/Date (TIME)
If you have set the time and date, information as to when a file is recorded is stored automatically with that file. The time and date should be set to ease file management tasks. The time and date setting is also needed to perform the alarm playback function ( P.20). When you install batteries for the first time or each time you replace the batteries, the hour indication will flash. In such a case, be sure to set the time and date by following steps 4 through 5 described below.
Recording Modes (MOdE)
You can select from among three recording modes: HQ (High Quality) mode, SP (Standard Playback) mode and LP (Long Playback) mode. Continuous recording time is approximately 1 hour and 31 minutes in HQ mode, approximately 2 hours and 17 minutes in SP mode and approximately 6 hours and 4 minutes in LP mode. The recording time shown above is for one continuous file. The available recording time may be shorter than specified if several files are recorded. (Use the remaining time and recorded time only as references.)
Press and hold the MENU/FOLDER button for 1 second or longer.
MOdE will be displayed on the screen ( P.26).
The recording mode setup process begins.
Press the +/9 or /0 button to choose a recording mode.
Choose HQ or SP mode for recording meetings or lectures with crisp clarity.
Microphone Sensitivity (MIC)
Microphone sensitivity is adjustable to meet recording needs.
Press the +/9 or /0 button until MIC flashes on the display.
The microphone sensitivity setup process begins.
Press the +/9 or /0 button to choose between HI and LO.
HI : High-sensitivity mode that records sounds in all directions. LO : Low-sensitivity mode suited for dictation.
The menu screen closes and END a flashes.
a Microphone sensitivity display
If you choose LO, display. Notes
will appear on the
To ensure successful recording, make a test recording to choose appropriate microphone sensitivity before recording. If you choose HI, we recommend setting the recording mode to HQ or SP to best take advantage of the higher sensitivity. If you choose HI, background noise may be high depending on the recording conditions.
Using the Variable Control Voice Actuator (VCVA)
When the microphone senses that sounds have reached a preset volume, the built-in Variable Control Voice Actuator (VCVA) starts recording automatically, and stops when the volume drops. Particularly helpful for extended recording, the VCVA not only conserves memory by turning off recording during silent periods, but also makes playback more efficient and convenient.
Press the +/9 or /0 button until VCVA flashes on the display. Press the PLAY button.
The VCVA setup process begins.
Press the +/9 or /0 button to choose between On and OFF.
On : Will start recording in VCVA mode. OFF : Will resume recording in normal mode.
Press the REC button to start recording.
When the VCVA senses sound louder than the preset volume, recording starts a automatically. When it senses silence, recording automatically pauses after approximately 1 second, and the recorder enters Standby mode.
a VCVA indicator
The record indicator lamp is lit during recording. When the recorder is in standby mode, the record indicator lamp flashes, and VCVA and the record (s) indicator flash on the display.
To ensure successful recordings, we recommend that you test the record function and volume before use.
Holding the Camera (Recorder)
Hold the recorder securely with both hands and keep your elbows close to your body. Make sure you dont block the lens with your finger or the camera strap.
Shooting Lamp System
When the shooting lamp on the side of the finder is on or flashes in orange or green, that indicates the recorder is in one of the following states: Lamp Status Recorder Status (Shutter button)
Lit in orange Adjusting exposure (Half-Press)*
You cannot take a picture. Take a picture when the shooting lamp is lit in green. If the lamp doesn't change to green, it's too bright or too dark to shoot. If the lamp is lit in orange for 6 seconds or longer, change the brightness before take a picture. You can take a picture. You cannot take a picture.
Lit in green Flashing in orange Flashing in green
Appropriate exposure (Half-Press) Wrong exposure (Full-Press) Maximum number of files recorded (Half-Press) Insufficient memory remaining (Half-Press) Photography completed (Full-Press)
You can take another picture.
*Adjusting time varies according to brightness.
You can choose any folder when taking pictures: A, B, or. All pictures will be saved in folder. The shutter button has two stages. Exposure is adjusted during the first stage, and a picture is taken in the second stage. Viewfinder
Press the shutter button halfway (Half-press).
The shooting lamp next to the finder turns orange. When the lamp changes from orange to green, it's ready for you to take a picture.
Keep the button gently pressed, and then press it further (Full-press).
The recorder takes a picture. When the shooting lamp flashes in green, photography is completed. If the lamp flashes in orange, that means a picture wasn't taken, so try taking a picture again.
If you press the STOP button while in folder , the total number of image files will appear. A maximum of 250 image files can be stored. a Current number of recorded files
You can take pictures while you are recording audio (recording pause).
Always press the shutter button gently. If you press too hard, the recorder may move and the image will be blurred. You cannot see recorded images using the recorder's display. Transfer image files to a computer and use the OLYMPUS Voice Album software included in the package to view them ( P.30).
If you cannot take a picture The following are probable causes. Eliminate the problem and resume photography. Probable cause
Maximum number of image files recorded (250 images)
shooting lamp flashes in orange. display flashes FULL. display flashes the file number. shooting lamp flashes in orange. display flashes FULL. display flashes or.
Erase unwanted image files.
The The The Insufficient memory remaining The The Insufficient battery power The remaining 50 image files have already The taken while recording one audio file
Erase unwanted audio files or image files. Replace with new batteries. Press the STOP button to stop recording, then press the REC button to start a new audio file and record images.* Take a picture when the shooting lamp is green. If the lamp doesn't change to green, it's too bright or too dark to take a picture.
shooting lamp flashes in orange.
The shutter button was pressed The shooting lamp flashes in orange. (full-press) while the shooting The display flashes. lamp was lit in orange
*The audio file will be recorded as two audio files.
Press the MENU/FOLDER button to choose folder A or B. Press the +/9 or /0 button to choose the file that you want to play. Press the PLAY button to start playback.
If you press the MENU/FOLDER button during playback, the screen display will a change. a File elapsed time b File remaining time b c Recording year, month, and date d Time of recording
Adjust the VOLUME control to your liking. Press the STOP button at any point you want to stop the playback.
Resume playback by pressing PLAY button again.
Fast Playback (F.PLAY)
How to Cancel
Press the PLAY button again. Playback returns to normal rate. Release the +/9 button. Playback returns to normal rate. Release the /0 button. Playback returns to normal rate.
Press the PLAY button for 1 second or longer while stopped or playing a file. The recorder plays back at approximately 30% faster than normal rate. Fast Hold the +/9 button while playing a file. Forward The recorder stops when it reaches the end of the file. (8) Continue pressing the +/9 button to proceed with the cue from the beginning of the next file. Rewind Hold the /0 button while playing a file. (7) 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. Skipping to Press the +/9 button in stop mode, playback mode, or fast playback mode. beginning Stop mode. The recorder stops at the beginning of of a file* the next file. Playback mode. The recorder skips to the beginning of the next file and starts playing it. Fast playback mode. The recorder skips to the beginning of the next file and starts fast playback. Press the /0 button in stop mode, playback mode, or fast playback mode. Stop mode. The recorder stops at the beginning of the previous file. Playback mode. The recorder skips to the beginning of the current file and starts playing it. Fast playback mode. The recorder skips to the beginning of the current file and starts fast playback.
* If you keep pressing the +/9 or /0 button in stop mode, the recorder continuously skips to the beginnings of files (SKIP).
Moving Files Between Folders (MOVE)
You can move a file recorded in folder A or B to the other. The moved file is added at to the end of the destination folder.
Press the MENU/FOLDER button to choose folder A or B. Choose the file you want to move and play it. Press and hold the MENU/ FOLDER button for 1 second or longer.
Playback stops, and MOVE flashes on the display.
a Destination folder b Destination number of the file
The destination folder and the number of the moved file appear on the display, and moving is completed.
You cannot move files between folder and the other folders. If the destination folder is full (a maximum of 100 files), FULL appears on the display and files cannot be transferred to it.
Alarm Playback Function (ALARM)
The alarm playback function can be set to play a selected file at a pre-set time. Up to 5 alarms can be set.
Setting Alarm Playback
2,4,6 1,3 5,7
Press the MENU/FOLDER button to choose folder A or B. Press the +/9 or /0 button to choose the file to be played when the alarm sounds. Press and hold the MENU/ FOLDER button for 1 second or longer.
Press the +/9 or /0 button until ALARM flashes on the display. Press the PLAY button.
ALARM turns on and OFF flashes.
Press the +/9 or /0 button to select On. Press the PLAY button to complete the setup screen.
The month indicator flashes.
1 Press the +/9 or /0 to select a value. 2 Press the PLAY button to set the value. Time and date setup proceeds in the order of month, date, hour, and minute.
a Alarm indicator
An alarm will sound at the scheduled time for 5 minutes. Press the STOP button while the alarm is sounding to play back the file you associate with the alarm. Press the STOP button again to stop file alarm playback.
The alarm tone stops automatically if no button is pressed within 5 minutes after the alarm starts. The file is not played back in this case. After alarm playback is over, the alarm playback function is canceled automatically. You cannot set the alarm playback function for more than 5 files. Also, if no files are recorded in the selected folder, you cannot set the alarm playback function. You cannot set the year of the file to be played.
Resetting the Recorder (CLEAR)
This function erases all files stored in the recorder and also resets the current time and other settings to their initial status. If you have important files that you want to save, connect the recorder to a computer and transfer those files from the recorder to the computer before resetting the device.
While holding the STOP button, hold the ERASE button for 2 seconds or longer.
CLEAR and YES appear alternately on the display for 8 seconds.
The recorder returns to the default condition at the time of purchase, and shows the date and time setting screen ( P.8).
If the ERASE button is not pressed within the 8 seconds after CLEAR starts flashing, the recorder will revert to stop status.
Resetting the Recorder (CLEAR) / Hold
Setting the HOLD switch to the HOLD position. If you set the recorder to HOLD position by sliding the HOLD switch in the direction of the arrow, the current conditions will be preserved, and all buttons and switches except the HOLD switch will be disabled. This feature is useful when the recorder has to be carried a bag or a pocket because files won't be erased if the ERASE button is pressed by accident. Remember to reset the HOLD switch when using the recorder. Notes
The recorder functions as follows with the HOLD switch set to the HOLD position: If the recorder is stopped, the display goes dark. If the recorder is playing, the display goes dark when playback of the current file has completed. If the recorder is recording, the display goes dark when the recorder stops recording automatically upon running out of free memory. When the display is dark because the HOLD switch is set to the HOLD position, you can make the clock flash for 2 seconds by pressing any button. When you set the HOLD switch to the HOLD position while playing back, you can still adjust the volume using the VOLUME control. The alarm will sound at the scheduled time even if the recorder is set to HOLD. The recorder will then begin to play the file associated with the alarm once you press the STOP button.
Press and hold the MENU/FOLDER button for 1 second or longer
SP LP HI
Recording mode setting. Switch among HQ, SP, and LP modes.
P.12) P.13) P.20) P.24)
Microphone mode setting. Switch between HI and LO modes. VCVA setting. Switch between On (enabled) and OFF (disabled). Alarm playback setting. Switch between On (enabled) and OFF (disabled). System sounds setting. Switch between On (enabled) and OFF (disabled).
Select where to install Voice Album.
This lets you specify the folder in which to install Voice Album. Click on [Browse] to find the desired installation folder. To accept the default folder, click on [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 on [Yes].
Click on the [Start] button and select [Run]. Enter D:/Setup.exe in the [Open] field and click on [OK].
This is assuming the CD-ROM is in drive D.
The installation Language Selection dialog box opens.
Click on the desired language to select it.
Select a program menu folder.
You may change the program menu folder to another one, such as [Startup]. To accept the default folder, click on [Next].
Click on [Next] when the Voice Album opening screen appears. Confirm your acceptance of the terms of the Licensing Agreement.
You must accept the terms of the Licensing Agreement to install Voice Album. If you accept them, click on [Yes].
Authorizing the start of file copying.
Confirm all Current Settings. To accept them, click on [Next]. Note
To change the program menu folder or installation folder, click on [Back].
Wait until Voice Album is installed on your PC, then click on [Finish].
Starting Voice Album
Insert end A of the USB cable to your PC's USB port or USB hub. Confirm that the recorder is not in use before attaching end b of the USB cable to the PC terminal port of the recorder.
Release the HOLD switch on the recorder and make sure that the recorder is in stop mode before plugging in the USB cable.
When the recorder and the PC are connected with the USB cable, the recorder display alternately flashes PC and LINK. To use Voice Album without connecting the recorder to the PC, or if Voice Album does not start automatically when you connect the recorder to the PC, click on the [Start] button, point to [All Programs], select [OLYMPUS Voice Album] then click on [OLYMPUS Voice Album]. To exit Voice Album, click on the button on the window, or click on [File], and then click on [Exit Voice Album].
When the recorder is connected to a PC, the power will be supplied from the USB cable. When you start Voice Album for the first time by connecting the recorder to the PC after installation, it may take a few minutes to start. When the recorder is connected to the PC, the recorder accommodates only Voice Album operations. Do NOT use any USB cable other than the one supplied. Do NOT disconnect the USB cable before file transfer or recording is completed.
5 Visual Index View Displays Visual Indexes (which are images linked to an audio file). 6 Recorder View Displays folder structure of connected recorder. 7 Folder View Displays folder structure in which files transferred and saved in the PC.
1 Menu bar You can select various menu commands. 2 Tool bar Frequently used menu commands are assigned to buttons. 3 Playback Controller Control buttons to play and stop audio files. 4 File List View Will display the folders selected in 6 and 7.
* All images have been inserted for display only, so actual appearance may be different.
Using Online Help
To open Online Help, do either of the following:
Click on the [Start] button, select [All Programs], then [OLYMPUS Voice Album], then click on [Help]. While Voice Album is running, choose [Contents] from the [Help] menu. While Voice Album is running, press [F1] on the keyboard.
Search by Contents
Once the Online Help screen appears, click on the Contents tab. Double-click on the desired topic heading. Double-click on the desired topic. icon of the
The title of the topic is displayed.
icon of the
An explanation of the topic is displayed.
Search by Key word or Phrase
Once the Online Help screen appears, click on the Index tab or Search tab. Enter text.
If you select the keyword tab, searching starts automatically. If you select the search tab and input a phrase, click [List Topics].
Choose a topic, then click on [Display].
For more information on menus and operations, refer to Online Help. You will be able to use Online Help after Voice Album is installed.
Transferred audio files are recorded in WAVE format (.wav) and image files are recorded in JPEG format (.jpg). When you transfer files, the filenames change as follows.
In the recorder On the PC
Folder name File number
DW A0001.wav (jpg)
Prefix added to the file in the PC Folder name Extension File number The file number of the transferred file is renumbered automatically and will differ from the original file on the recorder.
Measure of size of file and time for transfer
Audio file HQ mode SP mode LP mode Size of file Approx. 3.2MB Approx. 1.6MB Approx. 1.2MB Time for transfer* Approx. 1 minute Approx. 30 seconds Approx. 15 seconds
(5 minutes of recording with the recorder) Image file 30 to 50KB 2 to 3 seconds
(per image file) * Transfer time may vary depending on the performance and configuration of your PC.
Transfer may take several minutes depending on the recording mode of the file to be transferred and the PC operating environment. If the file to be transferred already exists on the PC, it won't be transferred.
Nothing appears on the display Wont start Unable to record
Technical Assistance and Support
The following are contact infomation technical for technical support for Olympus recorders and software only. N Technical Hotline Number in the U.S. and Canada 1-888-553-4448 N User Support E-mail address in the U.S. and Canada firstname.lastname@example.org N Technical Hotline Number in Europe Toll free number 00 available for Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Luxemburg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom Charged numbers for the Rest of Europe ++N User Support E-mail address in Europe email@example.com
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OL YMPUS CORPORATION
Shinjuku Monolith, 3-1, Nishi Shinjuku 2-chome, shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 163-0914, Japan. Tel. 03-3340-2111
OL YMPUS AMERICA INC.
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OL YMPUS EUROPA GMBH
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OL YMPUS UK LTD.
2-8 Honduras Street, London EC1Y OTX, United Kingdom Tel. 020-7253-2772
OL YMPUS KOREA CO., LTD.
9F Hyundai Marines Bldg, 646 Yeoksam-dong, Kangnam-gu, Seoul, 135-080 Korea Tel. 080-777-3200
OL YMPUS (CHINA) INVESTMENT CO., LTD.
Room 2201, North Tower, Beijing Kerry Center, No.1 Guang Hua Road, Chao Yang District, Beijing, P.R.C. Tel. 010-6561-3355
OL YMPUS HONG KONG AND CHINA LIMITED
Room 1520-1527 Ocean Center, 5 Canton Road Tsimshatsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong Tel. 852-2730-1505
|Product Type||Digital voice recorder|
|Digital Player Type||Flash based|
|PC Interface Supported||Hi-Speed USB|
|Digital Storage Media||Flash memory - integrated|
|Sound Output Mode||Stereo|
|Built-in Clock||Digital clock|
|Additional Features||Voice operated recording, playback speed control, microphone sensitivity selection, USB 2.0 compatibility|
|Output Power / Total||70 mW|
|Speaker(s)||1 x speaker - built-in|
|Driver Details||Speaker : 1 x full-range driver - 18mm|
|Digital Player (Recorder)|
|Supported Digital Audio Standards||WMA, MP3|
|Recording Time||8370 min - SP (Standard Play), 1060 min - Stereo XHQ, 2125 min - STHQ (Stereo High Quality), 4255 min - SSP (Stereo Standard Play), 16655 min - LP (Long Play), 4255 min - HQ (High Quality)|
|Data Storage Capability||Up to 1000 messages / 5 folders|
|Sample Rate||8 kHz, 22 kHz, 44.1 kHz|
|Response Bandwidth||50 - 19000 Hz|
|Headphones Type||Headphones - binaural|
|Sound Output Mode||Stereo|
|Type||Microphone - built-in|
|Microphone Operation Mode||Stereo|
|Connector Type||1 x USB 1 x headphones ( mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm ) 1 x microphone|
|Cables Included||USB cable|
|Battery||Battery - AAA type - alkaline|
|Run Time (Up To)||21 hour(s)|
|OS Required||Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft Windows Vista|
|Peripheral / Interface Devices||USB port|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
|Part Numbers||141950, 141952, WS-321M|
Yamaha TMX 1130-Z29 KX-T7540CE Omron M6 SD-24VB LN32A450c1 Khws1 UA-25EX GR-DVM55 Center 2 Samsung I85 DVP-S3000 37LF25 Dvcr-A500 165 SF IC-7000 Dslr-A500L AVH-P3200BT NWZ-A845 FA-CC1AM Later Roland A-33 KLH-W32 BJ-10EX RS21fcsm The Life Multipass F30 KX-T206E L1718S-SNQ KD-G351 SCX-4828FN XIP Everclassic 37VIP51HD Deluxe Urc 6131 Deville 2003 EMP-S52 MS9047C FAX-1270E EC 150 GT-PRO Allergy 230 ACX Lantern 286A Precision 220 CH1000 Maker PT-D6000E PCR-800 WD-12331AD Bravada 1994 HKS104 GR-DX57EK EWS88MT HR7621 LHT764 Cisco 7912 50PC3D-UD HU80522 Vluu NV8 SGH-X700S Installation WA60125 Wars-rebellion GEP50 8652 SD KX-TS620EXB Imedia 1529 Installation 3xi WMR918 TS2GMP320 DP-57L 25PT4523 58 GXP1200 AV-R720R SC-CH550 TM-D710A Pdks 120 Z5830T FR Extensa-5420 EFW 6245 SU-A800dm2 NEX-5A DH504ELY7 ICD-BP320 AFL631CB VGN-P11zr W DE6744S 6419TD FX-500 Maxx 6 BDP-S363 Review SPH-M620 QW1270 TK-760 CN 40 GT1417DV Tech Vcds 560 WX
manuel d'instructions, Guide de l'utilisateur | Manual de instrucciones, Instrucciones de uso | Bedienungsanleitung, Bedienungsanleitung | Manual de Instruções, guia do usuário | инструкция | návod na použitie, Užívateľská príručka, návod k použití | bruksanvisningen | instrukcja, podręcznik użytkownika | kullanım kılavuzu, Kullanım | kézikönyv, használati útmutató | manuale di istruzioni, istruzioni d'uso | handleiding, gebruikershandleiding
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