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Moving Message to a Different Folder...31
Various Recording Modes
Starting to Record Automatically in Response to Sound the VOR Function...19 Recording with an External Microphone..20 Recording from Other Equipment.21 Recording sound from a telephone or a cell phone..22
Utilizing the Menu Function
Making Settings for the Menu..32.
Utilizing Your Computer
Using the IC Recorder with Your Computer..41 System requirements.41 Connecting the IC recorder to your computer..42 Disconnecting the IC recorder from your computer..43 Using Voice Recognition Software.43 Introducing the voice recognition software..43 Creating a user file adapted to your recorded speech (Training)..44. Playing Back Transferred MP3 Files Using the IC Recorder..45 Construction of folders and files...47. Using the IC Recorder as a USB Mass Storage Device..48
Recording with Other Equipment.55 Using a USB AC Adaptor (not supplied)...56 Disconnecting the IC recorder from the AC outlet..56 Precautions..57 Specifications..58 Index...60
Troubleshooting...49 Error messages..52 System limitations..54
Checking the contents of the package
IC Recorder (1)
You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment.
LR03 (size AAA) alkaline battery (1)
Stereo headphones (1)
USB connection support cable (1)
Index to Parts and Controls
Refer to the pages indicated in parentheses for details.
Operation indicator (14, 16, 17, 23, 38, 57) Built-in microphones (stereo) (16) Display window (8) Control key (, /VOL (volume) +, VOL )/ENT (enter) button*1 (folder)/MENU button (16, 23, 30, 31, 32, 46) (headphone) jack*2 (16, 18, 23, 24, 55) (microphone) jack (20, 21)
(record/pause) button (16, 17, 19, 35) (stop) button (17, 24, 25, 28, 31, 32) (cue/fast forward) button (23, 24, 25) (play/stop) button (17, 23, 25) (review/fast backward) button (17, 23, 24, 25) (repeat) A-B button (23, 27) HOLD switch*3 DPC switch (23, 26, 36) Opening for a handstrap (A handstrap is not supplied.) USB cap Speaker Battery compartment (11)
*1 How to use the control key Press the key toward the left or right to adjust the volume. Also use the key to change the menu settings or to select a folder. In the menu setting window or folder selection window, press the key upward or downward to select the item or the folder you want, and then press the center of the key (ENT) to confirm the setting.
2 Insert one LR03 (size AAA) alkaline
battery with correct polarity, and close the lid.
When replacing/charging the battery
The remaining battery indicator on the display shows the battery condition.
Battery remain indication
: Replace the old battery with a new one or charge the rechargeable battery.
Recording mode Recording Playback*2 through speaker Playback using the headphones Recording mode
Approx. 11 hr. Approx. 10 hr. Approx. 14 hr. Approx. 14 hr. 30 min. 30 min. Approx. 32 hr. Approx. 32 hr.
: LOW BATTERY appears and the IC recorder will stop operation.
Music file (128kbps/ 44.1kHz)
When using Sony LR03 (SG) (size AAA) alkaline battery
Recording mode Recording ST*3 STSP*4
Playback*2 through speaker Playback Approx. 30 hr. Approx. 30 hr. using the headphones
Approx. 9 hr. Approx. 9 hr. 30 min. 30 min. Approx. 14 hr. Approx. 14 hr.
Recording Approx. 12 hr. Playback*2 Approx. 15 hr. Approx. 14 hr. through speaker Playback Approx. 34 hr. Approx. 30 hr. using the headphones
(hr. : hours/min. : minutes)
When using Sony NH-AAA rechargeable battery
Recording mode Recording Playback*2 through speaker Playback using the headphones Recording mode Recording ST*3 STSP*4
Recording mode Recording Playback*2 through speaker Playback using the headphones
Approx. 9 hr. Approx. 9 hr. Approx. 13 hr. Approx. 13 hr.
Approx. 11 hr. Approx. 14 hr. Approx. 13 hr.
Approx. 28 hr. Approx. 28 hr.
Approx. 31 hr. Approx. 28 hr. 30 min.
Approx. 10 hr. Approx. 9 hr. 30 min. Approx. 13 hr. Approx. 13 hr. 30 min. 30 min.
(hr. : hours/min. : minutes) The battery life may shorten depending on how you operate the IC recorder. *2 When playing back music through the internal speaker with the volume level set to 22 *3 ST : Stereo high quality recording mode *4 STSP : Stereo standard recording mode *5 STLP : Stereo long play recording mode *6 SP : Monaural standard play recording mode *7 LP : Monaural long play recording mode
mode. The operation indicator lights in red. You do not need to press and hold (record/pause) while recording. The new message will be automatically recorded after the last recorded message. Speak into the built-in microphone.
3 Press (stop) to stop recording.
The IC recorder stops at the beginning of the current recording.
Tips While recording you can lock all the functions of all the buttons so that you can prevent inadvertent operations by sliding the HOLD switch in the direction of the arrow. Messages recorded using this IC recorder will be recorded as MP3 files. When you purchase the IC recorder, there are 5 folders already available, and you can record up to 99 messages in each folder.
To pause recording*
Do this Press (record/pause). During recording pause, the operation indicator flashes in red and flashes in the display window. Press (record/pause) again. Recording resumes from that point. (To stop recording after pausing recording, press (stop).) Press. Recording stops and playback starts from the beginning of the message just recorded. Press and hold during recording or recording pause. Recording stops and you can search backwards while listening to fast playback sound. After you release , playback starts from that point.
release pause and resume recording
While the operation indicator is flashing or is lit in red or orange, do not remove the battery or connect or disconnect the USB AC adaptor. Doing so may damage the data. Noise may be recorded if an object, such as your finger, etc., accidentally rubs or scratches the IC recorder during recording. Before making a recording, be sure to check the remaining battery indicator (page13). To avoid replacing battery during a long recording session, use a USB AC adaptor (not supplied) (page 56). The maximum recording time varies if you record messages in mixed recording mode.
review the current recording instantly review during recording
* One hour after you pause recording, recording pause is automatically released and the IC recorder enters the stop mode.
Selecting the recording mode
Select the recording mode in the REC MODE menu. ST : High-quality stereo recording mode (44.1kHz/192kbps) You can record with stereo highquality sound. STSP : Standard play stereo recording mode (44.1kHz/128kbps) You can record with stereo sound. STLP : Long play stereo recording mode (22.05kHz/48kbps) You can record for a longer time with stereo sound. SP : Standard play monaural recording mode (44.1kHz/ 32kbps) You can record with standard quality sound. LP : Long play monaural recording mode (11.025kHz/8kbps) You can record for a longer time with monaural sound. To record with better sound quality, select the ST or STSP mode.
When EASY SEARCH is set to ON (page37) in the menu, you can quickly locate the point at which you wish to start playback by pressing or repeatedly during playback. You can go back approx. 3 seconds by pressing once, or advance approx. 10 seconds by pressing once. This function is useful for locating a desired point in a long recording.
Listening with better sound quality
To listen with the headphones : Connect the supplied headphones to the (headphone) jack. The built-in speaker will be automatically disconnected. To listen from an external speaker: Connect an active or passive speaker (not supplied) to the (headphone) jack.
Searching forward/backward during playback (Cue/Review)
To search forward (Cue): Press and hold during playback and release it at the point you wish to resume playback. To search backward (Review): Press and hold during playback and release it at the point you wish to resume playback. The IC recorder searches at slow speed with playback sound. This is useful to check one word forward or back. Then, if you press and hold the button, the IC recorder starts to search at higher speed.
When messages are played back
to the end of the last message
To stop at the current position (Playback Pause function) go back to the beginning of the current message go back to previous messages
Do this Press (stop) or. To resume playback from that point, press again. Press once.*
When you play back or fast play back to the end of the last message, MESSAGE END lights up for 5 seconds and the operation indicator lights up in green. (You cannot hear the playback sound.) When MESSAGE END and the operation indicator go off, the IC recorder will stop at the beginning of the last message. If you press and hold while MESSAGE END is lit, the messages are played back rapidly, and normal playback will start at the point you release the button. If the last message is long and you wish to start playback at a later part of the message, press and hold to go to the end of the message and then press while MESSAGE END is lit to go back to the desired point. For messages other than the last one, go to the beginning of the next message and play backward to the desired point.
Press repeatedly. (During stop mode, keep the button pressed to go back the messages continuously.)
skip to the next Press once.* message skip to the succeeding messages Press repeatedly. (During stop mode, keep the button pressed to skip the messages continuously.)
* These operations are for when EASY SEARCH is set to OFF (page37).
Various playback modes
You can select 1 FILE playback (one message/file is played back once), FOLDER playback (all the messages/files in the selected folder are played back continuously), ALL playback (all the recorded messages/files are played back continuously) in the PLAY MODE menu (page38).
Adjusting the playback speed DPC (the Digital Pitch Control function)
When you slide the DPC switch to ON, you can adjust the playback speed between +100% and 50% of normal speed in the menu. The message is played back in natural tones thanks to the digital processing function.
Playing back a message repeatedly
During playback, press and hold until 1 appears. The selected message will be played back repeatedly. To resume normal playback, press again.
1 Slide the DPC switch to ON. 2 Adjust the playback speed in the
DPC menu (page36).
To resume normal playback
Slide the DPC switch to OFF.
Playback with EFFECT
Set EFFECT to the setting you want in the menu (page37). However, when you play back using the built-in speaker, the setting is invalid.
Playing back a specified section repeatedly A-B Repeat
1 During playback, press
A-B B? is displayed.
(repeat) A-B to specify the starting point A. (repeat) A-B again to specify the finishing point B. A-B is displayed and the specified section is played back repeatedly.
Playing Back a Message at a Desired Time with an Alarm
You can sound an alarm and start playback of a selected message at a desired time. You can have the message played back on a specified date, once every week, or at the same time every day.
1 Select the message you want to
play back with an alarm.
2 Enter the alarm setting mode.
Select ALARM in the menu and press
To stop A-B Repeat playback
To change the segment specified for A-B Repeat playback
During A-B Repeat playback, press A-B again to specify a new starting point A. Then specify a new finishing point B, as in step 2. Note
You cannot specify the finishing point B before the starting point A that has been set.
select ON, and then press ENT.
3 Set the alarm date and time.
Press the control key toward or
To listen to the same message again
Press , and the same message will be played back from the beginning.
to select DATE, a day of the week, or DAILY, and then press ENT. When you select DATE: Set the year, month, day, hour, and minute in sequence, as described in Step 2: Setting the Clock on page14, then press ENT. When you select a day of the week or DAILY: Press the control key toward or to set the hour and then press ENT, press the control key toward or to set the minute and then press ENT. The setting process is finished and
To stop the alarm before the playback starts
Press (stop) while the alarm sound is heard. You can stop the alarm playback even when the HOLD function is activated.
To change the alarm setting
Start from step 2 on page27.
(alarm indicator) appears in the display window.
To cancel the alarm setting
Follow steps 1 and 2- on page27. In step 2-, press the control key toward or to select OFF, and press ENT. The alarm will be cancelled and the alarm indicator will disappear from the display window.
When the set date and time comes
At the set time, the alarm will sound for about 10 seconds while ALARM is displayed in the display window and the selected message will be played back. When the playback ends, the IC recorder will stop automatically at the beginning of that message.
You can set only one alarm. When the clock has not been set or no messages are recorded, you cannot set the alarm. The alarm sounds even if you set BEEP to OFF in the menu (page38). If the alarm time comes during recording, the alarm will sound after the recording is finished. will flash when the alarm time comes. When the alarm time comes when the IC recorder is in the menu mode, the alarm will sound and the menu mode will be cancelled. The alarm set for DATE will be cancelled when the alarm playback finishes. If you delete a message on which you have set an alarm, that alarm will be also cancelled.
3, 4 2
You can erase the recorded messages one by one or all messages in a folder at a time. Note
Once a recording has been erased, you cannot retrieve it.
Menu items PLAY MODE
Settings (*: Initial setting) Sets the playback mode. 1 FILE: When a message is played back, the IC recorder stops at the beginning of the next message. FOLDER*: Messages in one folder are played back continuously. ALL: All messages are played back continuously. Sets whether a beep will be heard or not. ON*: A beep will sound to indicate that an operation has been accepted. OFF: No beep sound will be heard.
The alarm sounds even if you set BEEP to OFF in the menu.
Turns the operation indicator on or off during operation. ON*: During recording or playback, the operation indicator lights or flashes. OFF: The operation indicator does not light or flash, even during operation.
When the IC recorder is connected to a computer, the operation indicator lights or flashes even if LED is set to OFF.
Menu items BACKLIGHT
Settings (*: Initial setting) Turns the backlight in the display window on or off. ON*: The backlight in the display window lights up for 10 seconds. OFF: The backlight in the display window does not light, even during operation. The selected message will be moved to the selected folder (page31). Before attempting to move a message, select the message to be moved and then go to the menu window. Sets the alarm (page27). ON: To set the alarm, select ON and set the date, time or day of the week or choose daily for playback. OFF*: The alarm is cancelled. All messages in the selected folder will be erased (page30). Press /MENU to return to the folder window before erasing the messages and select a folder from which all messages are to be erased, and then go to the menu window and select EXECUTE. The selected message will be erased (page30). Before erasing the message, select a message to be erased, and then go to the menu window and select EXECUTE.
ERASE A FILE
Menu items DETAIL MENU
Settings (*: Initial setting)
SELECT INPUT Selects the external input to be recorded that is connected to the (microphone) jack. MIC IN*: Select when you record messages using an external microphone. AUDIO IN: Select when you record using other equipment. DATE & TIME Sets the clock by setting year, month, day, hour, and minute in sequence (page14). FORMAT Sets the formatting of the drive. EXECUTE: FORMATTING appears and the drive will be formatted. CANCEL*: The drive will not be formatted.
Use the IC recorder formatting function to format the memory. When the memory is formatted, all the data stored in the IC recorder will be erased. Once the memory has been erased, you cannot retrieve the data that was erased.
Utilizing Your Computer
Port: USB port Sound board: Sound cards compatible with any of the supported operating systems Note
The following systems are not supported: Operating systems other than the ones indicated on the left Personally constructed computers or operating systems Upgraded operating systems Multi-boot environment Multi-monitor environment
Disconnecting the IC recorder from your computer
Follow the procedures below; otherwise, data may be damaged.
1 Make sure that the operation
indicator is not flashing.
2 Disconnect the IC recorder from the
USB connector of the computer.
You can use the transcribing feature only when you have installed Dragon NaturallySpeaking Select or Professional Edition (not supplied) on your computer. To install Dragon NaturallySpeaking, your computer should meet the specified system requirements. You can transcribe the following messages saved in your IC recorder or on your computer; ST, STSP, STLP or SP recording mode messages (MP3 files) 44.1/16/11kHz 16-bit WAV files saved on your computer You cannot transcribe a message recording the voices of more than one person.
Creating a user file adapted to your recorded speech (Training)
What is Training?
Before you can transcribe recorded messages using Dragon NaturallySpeaking, you must create a user file specifically adapted to the sound of your recorded speech. This procedure is called training. When training is complete, Dragon NaturallySpeaking creates a user speech file containing information about your recorded speech. Refer to the operating instructions or the help supplied with Dragon NaturallySpeaking, as some parts of training are the same as those required for dictating directly to the computer using a headset microphone. Even if you have already created a user speech file with a headset microphone, you should create a separate speech file for the IC recorder to get better recognition accuracy.
Tips on using the IC recorder
When transcribing messages recorded using the IC recorder, the following tips will help you obtain maximum recognition accuracy. Set REC MODE to ST, STSP, STLP or SP in the menu. When creating a user speech file (training), set REC MODE to the mode you normally use for voice recognition software. Set MIC SENS to LOW (L) in the menu. Hold the IC recorder firmly and start recording. Hold the IC recorder so that the microphone is about an inch (2 - 3cm) from the corner of your mouth, not directly in front of it. This minimizes the sound of your breath in the recordings, enabling maximum recognition accuracy. Note
Avoid recording in a noisy place, such as on a subway platform, in order to obtain maximum recognition accuracy.
Playing Back Transferred MP3 Files Using the IC Recorder
You can play back MP3 files on your computer using the IC recorder. The maximum playback time (tracks*), when playing MP3 files using the IC recorder, is as follows.
ICD-UX70 ICD-UXkbps 48hr. 20min. (725tracks) 96hr. 50min. (1452tracks) 128 kbps 18hr. 5min. (271tracks) 36hr. 20min. (545tracks)
Utilizing Your Computer
(hr. : hours/min. : minutes) * In the case where tracks of 4 minutes each are transferred to the IC recorder.
1 Connect the IC recorder to your
computer (page42). On the Windows screen; open My Computer and make sure that IC RECORDER has been newly recognized. On the Macintosh screen; make sure that a IC RECORDER drive is displayed on the desk top.
6 Press (stop) to stop playback.
To copy MP3 files (Drag and drop)
2 Copy the folder in which the MP3
files are stored to the IC recorder. On the Windows screen using Explorer, and on the Macintosh screen using Finder, drag and drop the folder onto the IC recorder. The IC recorder can recognize up to 500 folders. You can copy up to 999 files to one folder and up to 5000 files in total.
Click and hold, drag, and then drop.
3 Remove the IC recorder from your
computer, press /MENU, press the control key toward or to select the folder you want, and then press ENT. you want to play.
4 Press or to select the file 5 Press to start playback.
Construction of folders and files
The folders and files are displayed on the computer screen as shown. The folder indicators in the display window of the IC recorder are as follows: :Folder in which you can record using the IC recorder (They have been already made when you purchase the IC recorder.) :Playback only folders (They are displayed when MP3 files have been transferred to them using a computer.) Note
You can record messages in up to 5 folders using the IC recorder.
IC RECORDER Recordable folder VOICE FOLDER01
FOLDER05 Playback only folder
Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4
The name of a folder in which MP3 files are stored will be displayed on the IC recorder as it is, so it is convenient if you put an easy-toremember name on the folder in advance. *2 The IC recorder can recognize up to three levels of folders copied to the IC recorder, that is, up to Folder 4 shown in the figure. *3 If you copy MP3 files separately, they are classified as being in NO FOLDER.
Using the IC Recorder as a USB Mass Storage Device
When the IC recorder is connected to your computer directly or using a USB connection support cable, image data or text data on the computer, as well as messages or files recorded using the IC recorder can be temporarily stored in the IC recorder. Your computer must meet the operating system requirements and port environment described on page 41 to use the IC recorder as a USB mass storage device.
Recording is interrupted. Noise is heard.
Recording level is low. When recording from other equipment, the input level is too strong or not strong enough. Playback speed is too fast or too slow. --:-- is displayed. --y--m--d or --:-- is displayed on the REC DATE display. 50
Symptom There are fewer menu items displayed in the menu mode. The battery life is short.
The menu items displayed are different depending on the operation modes (stop mode, playback mode, and recording mode) (pages33, 34). The battery life on pages12 and 13 is based on playback with the volume level set to 22 (using Sony alkaline battery LR03 (SG)). The battery life may shorten depending on the operation of the IC recorder. Even if you do not use the IC recorder, the battery is consumed slightly. The battery life in this case varies depending on humidity or other environmental conditions. Usually, the battery lasts about four months. If you do not intend to use the IC recorder for an extended period of time, it is recommended that you remove the battery. If the battery is removed just after the menu setting is changed, the menu setting may not function. If the IC recorder is required to process a large amount of data, it may take longer for the IC recorder to start. This is not a malfunction of the IC recorder. Wait until the start-up display disappears. Take out the battery and insert it again (page11). You may have formatted the memory of the IC recorder using the computer. Use the IC recorder formatting function to format the memory (page40).
There is no battery power remaining after you have left the battery inserted for long time without using the IC recorder. The changed menu setting does not function. It takes a long time for the IC recorder to start.
The IC recorder does not operate correctly. The IC recorder does not operate.
Please note that recorded messages may be erased during service or repair work.
Error message BATTERY LOW Cause/Remedy
You cannot format the memory or erase all the files in a folder because of insufficient battery power. Prepare a new battery to replace the current one. Battery is exhausted. Replace the old battery with a new one. Or charge the rechargeable battery or replace the old rechargeable battery with a new one. The remaining memory capacity of the IC recorder is insufficient. Erase some messages before recording. When there are already 99 messages in the selected folder or the total number of the file stored in the IC recorder becomes maximum, you cannot record a new message. Erase some messages before recording a message. You cannot play or edit messages, because the data of the selected file is damaged. The IC recorder cannot be turned on using the computer because there is no copy of the control file required for operation. Format the IC recorder using the formatting function in the menu. The IC recorder failed in memory access. Remove and then reinsert the battery. Save a backup copy of your data and format the IC recorder using the menu.
MEMORY FULL FILE FULL
FILE DAMAGED FORMAT ERROR
Error message SET DATE&TIME NO FILE PAST DATE/TIME FILE PROTECTED
Set the clock; otherwise, you cannot set the alarm. The selected folder does not have any messages. You cannot move a message or set the alarm, etc., because of this. You set the alarm when the time has already passed. Check it and set the appropriate date and time. The selected message is protected and is now a Reading only file. You cannot erase it. Cancel Reading only on your computer to edit the message using the IC recorder. The data does not have a file format which the IC recorder supports. You cannot move a message, because there is more than one folder that has files with same name. Change the file names. A message in the folder cannot be moved.
UNKNOWN DATA CANNOT OPERATE
If there are no MP3 files in the folder, no folders are displayed in the display window, therefore, the folder setting will be changed. A system error other than the above has occurred. Remove the battery and re-insert it.
There are some system limitations of the IC recorder. Troubles as mentioned below are not malfunctions of the IC recorder.
Symptom You cannot record messages up to the maximum recording time. Cause/Remedy
If you record messages in a mixture of ST, STSP, STLP, SP and LP modes, the recordable time varies from the maximum ST mode recording time to the maximum LP mode recording time. The sum of the number on the counter (elapsed recording time) and the remaining recording time may be less than the IC recorders maximum recording time. If you have transferred MP3 files using your computer, those files may not be copied in order of transfer because of the System limitation. Depending on the combination of the characters used for the folder name that was made on your computer, those characters may change to all capitals. You cannot specify the finishing point B before the starting point A that has been set.
You cannot display MP3 files in order. You cannot enter lowercase characters. You cannot specify the finishing point B.
Recording with Other Equipment
Tape recorder, etc. To audio input connector
To the IC recorder RK-G139 HG Stereo mini-plug (without resistor) Stereo mini-plug (without resistor)
To (headphone) jack
Your dealer may not handle some of the above listed optional accessories. Please ask the dealer for detailed information.
To record the sound of the IC recorder with other equipment, connect the (headphone) jack of the IC recorder to the audio input connector (minijack, stereo) of other equipment using an audio connecting cable*.
Capacity (User available capacity)
ICD-UX70: 1GB (approx. 996MB =1,044,611,072Byte) ICD-UX80: 2GB (approx. 1.94GB =2,093,056,000Byte) A part of the memory capacity is used as a management area.
If you have any questions or problems concerning your unit, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.
ST : 40 Hz - 20,000 Hz STSP : 40 Hz - 15,000 Hz STLP : 60 Hz - 7,500 Hz SP : 60 Hz - 10,000 Hz LP : 60 Hz - 3,400 Hz
To avoid potential risk of data loss caused by accidental operation or malfunction of the IC recorder, we recommend that you save a backup copy of your recorded messages on a tape recorder or to a computer, etc.
Bit rates and sampling frequencies for MP3 files
Bit rate: 32 - 320kbps*2, VBR Sampling frequencies*3: 16/22.05/24/32/44.1 /48kHz *1When you are going to record continuously for a long time, you may have to replace the battery with a new one in the midst of recording. For details on the battery life, refer to page 12. *2The playback of MP3 files recorded using the IC recorder is also supported. *3Not all encoders are supported.
Approx. 10 mm (13/32 in.) dia.
Active speaker SRS-T88, SRS-T80 Electret condenser microphone ECM-CS10, ECM-CZ10, ECM-TL1 Audio connecting cable RK-G136HG, RK-G139HG (excluding Europe) Rechargeable battery NH-AAA-B2E USB AC adaptor AC-U50A/AC-U50AD Battery charger BCG-34HE4
Microphone jack (minijack, stereo) input for plug in power, minimum input level 0.6 mV, 3 kilohms or lower impedance microphone Headphone jack (minijack, stereo) output for 8 - 300 ohms headphones USB connector High-Speed USB compatible
Playback speed control
+100% to 50% (DPC)
Your dealer may not handle some of the above listed optional accessories. Please ask the dealer for detailed information. Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
One LR03 (size AAA) alkaline battery (supplied): 1.5 V DC
5C - 35C (41F - 95F)
Dimensions (w/h/d) (not incl. projecting parts and controls) (JEITA)*4
34.4 99.0 13.4 mm (1 3/17/32 in.)
Mass (incl. battery) (JEITA)*4
48 g (1 3/4 oz) *4Measured value by the standard of JEITA (Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association)
A-B Repeat...27 Adjusting the volume..18, 23 Alarm...27, 33, 39
Easy Search...24 Editing Messages...31 Erasing Messages..29 Error Messages...52 External Microphone..20
Battery...11 Battery life...12 Built-in microphones..6, 16
Folder...23, 30, 31
Connecting the IC Recorder to your Computer..42 Cue/Review...24
Index to Parts and Controls Display window...8 Front...6 Rear....6
DPC (the Digital Pitch Control function).. 26, 33, 36, 59.
LP.. 9, 13, 18, 33, 35, 54, 58
Maintenance...58 Menu ALARM...33, 39 BACKLIGHT..33, 39 BEEP...33, 38 DATE & TIME...34, 40 DETAIL MENU..34, 40 DISPLAY..33, 36 DPC...33, 36. EASY SEARCH..33, 37 EFFECT...33, 37. ERASE A FILE..33, 39 ERASE ALL..33, 39 FORMAT..34, 40 LED..33, 38 MIC SENS...33, 35 MOVE..33, 39 PLAY MODE..33, 38 REC MODE...33, 35. SELECT INPUT..34, 40 VOR..33, 35
Message number..8, 9 Microphone sensitivity..9, 33, 35. Monitoring the recording..18 Moving Message..31, 33, 39.
Pause recording...17, 19 Playback modes...26 Playing Back Message...23 Playing Back MP3...45 Precautions...57 Preparing a Power Source..11
Rechargeable battery..11, 13 Recording Messages..16 Recording mode...18, 33, 35 Recording time..18 Recording with an External Microphone.20 Recording with Other Equipment.55 Remaining battery indicator..8, 9
Setting the Clock...14 SP.. 9, 13, 18, 33, 35, 54, 58 Specifications...58 ST.. 9, 13, 18, 33, 35, 54, 58 STLP.. 9, 13, 18, 33, 35, 54, 58 STSP.. 9, 13, 18, 33, 35, 54, 58 System Limitations..54
USB AC Adaptor...56. USB Mass Storage Device..48
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Ver 1.0 1998. 07
SECTION 1 SERVICING NOTES
TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. 2. 3. 4.
4-1. 4-2. 4-3. 4-4.
CAUTION ON REPLACING FLASH MEMORY
The BAD-BLOCK check* must be executed, when the flash memory in this set was replaced. The set will not operate normally, unless this check is finished. * The BAD-BLOCK check detects an area (bad-block) in the flash memory where data validity cannot be guaranteed, and saves this information in the TOC-AREA so that a bad-block is not used. BAD-BLOCK Check Procedure: 1. Apply 3.0 V from regulated power supply to the battery terminals. (The battery lid open/close detection switch S701 may be kept off) 2. Red LED and green LED light up. 3. As Push St & Er is displayed on the LCD, press the STOP (S703) button and the ERASE (S702) button simultaneously. (BAD-BLOCK check will start) 4. Bad Check is displayed on the LCD. (Check will last for about 90 sec, and keep applying regulated power supply during checking) 5. Backlight turns on (BAD-BLOCK check finished successfully) (*) Red and green LEDs turn off. Good OK! is displayed on the LCD. (*): In case of NG, Bad Memory is displayed on the LCD. 6. Press the RESET (S501) button. Note: In case of NG, check the System Control IC, Memory IC, and their peripheral circuits. (Particularly, check carefully the soldering of the flash memory) After finishing the BAD-BLOCK check, assemble the set, load the battery, and confirm if the set operates normally. Flexible Circuit Board Repairing Keep the temperature of the soldering iron around 270 C during repairing. Do not touch the soldering iron on the same conductor of the circuit board (within 3 times). Be careful not to apply force on the conductor when soldering or unsoldering. Notes on chip component replacement Never reuse a disconnected chip component. Notice that the minus side of a tantalum capacitor may be damaged by heat.
SERVICING NOTES.. 2 GENERAL.. 3 DISASSEMBLY.. 4 DIAGRAMS
Block Diagram... Schematic Diagram.. Printed Wiring Board.. IC Pin Function Description.. 11 16
EXPLODED VIEW... 19 ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST. 20
SECTION 2 GENERAL
This section is extracted from instruction manual.
SECTION 3 DISASSEMBLY
Note: Follow the disassembly procedure in the numerical order given.
BATTERY CASE LID, MAIN BOARD
1 battery case lid A
Pull the battery case lid toward direction A, remove it.
2 tapping screw (B1.7)
6 switch unit
7 case block assy
5 two screws (M1.7 2.5)
4 MAIN board
3 upper lid block assy
ICD-80 SECTION 4 DIAGRAMS
4-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM
MIC101 MIC ADPCM IC101 (1/2) SYSTEM CONTROLLER IC701 ADPCM IC101 (2/2) RV101 VOL J101 MIC PLUG IN POWER MIC SENSE SWITCH Q103 XSYNC RSYNC BCLKA BCLKB GSXAIN1 GSXAGC CIRCUIT D101, D102, IC103, QAIN2 L.P.F. A/D CONVETER DECIMETER B.P.F. COMPRESSOR ADPCM DECODER IS PIA IS POA IR IR ADPCM DECODER EXPANDER L.P.F. INTERPOLATOR D/A CONVETER L.P.F. VFRO 16 TONE CONTROL SP101 (SPEAKER)
SIGNAL PATH : PLAY : REC
LINE MUTING Q105
POWER AMP IC105
J102 @ (EARPHONE)
TIMING GENERATOR RESET
STANDBY SWITCH Q106
PO MUTE 12 PO PAMP 51 GAIN DOWN MUTING Q107
PO BEEP 53 VOR DETECTOR ICPOA PDN 4 POA RES PO PMUT 1 FLASH MEMORY IC702
10 PI VOR 5 PO MIC
1296 DIVIDER IC106 DATA LATCH IC107 ICOUT CLK DATA CE IN 1
CLOCK GENERATOR ICOUT XT 2 X702 6.912MHz INH XT 6
I/O0 I/O21, 24 27
PO0 POPO LPC 57 PO SPC POL REC POL PLY PO LIGH
CLOCK SWITCH IC703 X701 32.768kHz
23 OSCI 21 XO BACK LIGHT LED DRIVE Q503 D503 (BACK LIGHT) SHOLD OFF ON S501 RESET
PO BOT PO REGU
CLOCK SWITCH IC705
POR CLE POR ALE POR WE POR RE SE WP POR CE PIR R/B
WE RE SE WP CE R/B
RESET SIGNAL GENERATOR IC502
BACK UP B+ POWER AMP (IC105) B+
20 XI CN703 DIGITAL I/O Q705 STATUS4 (SDATAO) STATUS5 (SDATAI) STATUS6 (OPT) 11 LEVEL SHIFT Q704 (1/2) POD DAT PO OPT PO ACK PI WLNK PI POTA 80 PI POTB 81 BP701 = ++ (PUSH: PLAY/STOP) DATA0 DATA1 DATA2 DATA3 DATA0 DATA1 DATA2 DATA48 POS LE POS DAT POS CLK PO XSDW XSYNC POA CLK PO WLOK PI COM0 PI COM1 PI COM2 PI COM3 PI REQ PI C/D PI TEST
+2.1V LED B+ SWITCH UNIT S701 BATTERY LID OPEN/CLOSE DETECT MIC CIRCUIT B+ REGULATOR Q101, 102 +3.3V REGULATOR IC501
+2.1V REGULATOR IC551
DATA0 (COM0) DATA1 (COM1) DATA2 (COM2) DATA3 (COM3) DATA4 (REQUEST) DATA5 (SCLK) DATA6 (C/D) DATA7 (TEST)
(PLAY: GREEN) LED DRIVE Q551
DC/DC CONVERTER IC504
OPR BACK UP B+ B+ SWITCH Q501
DRY BATTERY SIZE AAA (IEC DESIGNATION R03) 2PCS. 3V
DC/DC CONVERTER CONTROL IC505, Q502 D501 VOLTAGE DETECTOR IC503 BT501 FILE
LEVEL SHIFT Q704 (2/2)
70 POD SCK 71 POD STB 60 PO LCDV D701
KEY A/D 63 KEY WAKE-UP QS703 STOP S705 REC
13 GND (WAV LINK) PI WAKE 78
BACK UP CONTROL SWITCH Q552
52 PO LCDR
PI ERS 8
REFERENCE VOLTAGE SWITCH Q706
Waveforms MAIN Board
1 IC701 @ (XO) 1 V/DIV, 10 s/DIV
2 IC701 @ (OSCO) 1 V/DIV, 50 ns/DIV
3 IC(Rec LP mode) 1 V/DIV, 50 ns/DIV
4 IC(LX) (Stop) 1 V/DIV, 500 s/DIV
IC Block Diagrams MAIN Board IC101 MSM7560LGS-KDR1
+ AIN1 12
GSXO S/P I 7 PCMSO
PDN 21 MCK 24 RES 1
LPS 8 AOUT+ 19 -1 I
PWI 17 VFRO 16 RC L.P.F. D/A CONVERTER INTERPOLATOR O L.P.F. I EXPANDER I O
INPUT GAIN CONT OUTPUT1 OUTPUT2
AMP OUT 3
RECOVERY TIME CAP
O DECIMETER B.P.F. I COMPRESSOR
26 XSYNC 5 IS 27 BCLKA
6 PCMSI 28 BCLKB
4 IR 25 RSYNC
XIN 1 XOUT 2
16 BIT R COUNTER
16 BIT LATCH LOCK DETECTOR DATA 10 CLK BIT SHIFT REGISTER PHASE DETECTOR CHARGE PUMP 7 LD
12 DOA 5 DOP
16 OR BUFFER 16 BIT LATCH LE OV
16 BIT N COUNTER
CLR PR Q
6 XT VDD
4-4. IC PIN FUNCTION DESCRIPTION
MAIN BOARD IC701 MN102L25DSD (SYSTEM CONTROLLER) Pin No. Pin Name PO PMUT PO LPCI POA PDN POA RES PO MIC POR CE PIR R/B PI ERS PI HOLD PI VOR PI DET3 PO MUTE PO BOT PO BACK PO REGU PO DDC VDD SYSCLK VSS XI XO VDD OSCI OSCO MODE POL REC POL PLY PO LIGH PO ACK PO OPT PO WLOK VDD PI WLNK PI COM0 PI COM1 PI COM2 PI COM3 I/O O O O O O O I I I I I O O O O O O I O I O I O O O O O O O O O O O I I I I I Not used (open) Power down control signal output to the MSM7560LGS (IC101) L: power down Reset signal output to the MSM7560LGS (IC101) L: reset Microphone sensitivity selection signal output for the microphone input L: low, H: high Chip enable signal output to the flash memory (IC702) Ready/busy monitor input from the flash memory (IC702) ERASE switch (S702) input terminal When the key pressing L 9 HOLD switch (S704) input terminal L: hold on, H: hold off Detect whether audio signal is entered or not input from the VOR detection circuit (IC104) L: signal is entered, H: no signal entered Power supply voltage detection input of the back-up power supply Line muting on/off control signal output terminal H: line muting on Power on/off section signal output of the back-up power supply H: power on Connection control signal output of the back-up power supply Power supply voltage detection input of the +3.3V and mic circuit power supply H: power on Power on/off control signal output of the DC/DC converter H: power on Not used (open) Power supply terminal (+3.4V) Not used (open) Ground terminal Sub system clock input terminal (32.768 kHz) Sub system clock output terminal (32.768 kHz) Power supply terminal (+3.4V) Main system clock input terminal (10.368 MHz) Main system clock output terminal (10.368 MHz) Setting terminal for the CPU operational mode (fixed at H in this set) LED drive signal output of the OPR REC indicator (red) H: LED on (recording mode) LED drive signal output of the OPR PLAY indicator (green) H: LED on (play mode) Not used (open) Not used (open) LED drive signal output of the LCD back light H: LED on Acknowledge signal output to the equipment connected to digital I/O connector (CN703) OPT control signal output to the equipment connected to digital I/O connector (CN703) Output of enable control signal when loading serial data from the equipment connected to digital I/O connector (CN703) H active Power supply terminal (+3.4V) Not used (open) Not used (open) Not used (open) For detecting the connection of the equipment connected to digital I/O connector (CN703) L: connection (link), H: no connection Link data (0) input from the equipment connected to digital I/O connector (CN703) Link data (1) input from the equipment connected to digital I/O connector (CN703) Link data (2) input from the equipment connected to digital I/O connector (CN703) Link data (3) input from the equipment connected to digital I/O connector (CN703) Function Gain down muting on/off control signal output to the power amplifier (IC105) H: muting on
Pin No. 83
Pin Name VSS POS DAT POS CLK POS LE PI CHK0 PI TEST PI TCLK PI C/D PO PAMP PO LCDR PO BEEP VDD PO CHK1 PO BOP PO SPC PO LPC PO KEYV PO LCDV VSS BATT A/D KEY A/D PO XSDW VDD (VPP) POA CLK PIA IS POA IR POD SCK POD STB POD DAT PULL UP PULL UP NMI XSYNC PI REQ PI WAKE PI OPEN PI POTA PI POTB RST VDD
I/O O O O I I I I O O O O O O O O O I I O O O I O O O O I I I I I I I I I I Ground terminal Serial data output to the 1296 divider (IC106)
Serial data transfer clock signal output to the 1296 divider (IC106) Serial data latch pulse output to the 1296 divider (IC106) Not used (fixed at L) Setting terminal for the test mode L: test mode Not used (open) Command/data judging signal input from the equipment connected to digital I/O connector (CN703) Standby on/off control signal output to the power amplifier (IC105) L: standby LCD drive reference voltage control signal output to the LCD module Beep sound drive signal output terminal Power supply terminal (+3.4V) Not used (open) Battery lid open/close detection control signal output terminal L: detection disabled, H: detection enabled Master clock switching signal output in recording mode (LP/SP) (SP mode: 10.368 MHz) In SP mode, H is output to the clock switch (IC703) to switch over the clock Master clock switching signal output in recording mode (LP/SP) (LP mode: 6.912 MHz) In LP mode, L is output to the clock generator (IC704) to switch over the clock Key power control signal output terminal LCD drive power control signal output to the LCD module Ground terminal Dry battery voltage detection signal input terminal (A/D input) Key input terminal (A/D input) S703, 705 (STOP, REC), switch unit (FILE, PRIORITY, MENU) keys input Not used (open) Clear control signal output to the data latch (IC107) Power supply terminal (+3.4V) Serial clock signal output to the MSM7560LGS (IC101) (Clock signal is output during serial data transfer) Recording serial data input from the MSM7560LGS (IC101) Playback serial data output to the MSM7560LGS (IC101) Serial data transfer clock signal output to the LCD module Strobe signal output to the LCD module Serial data output to the LCD module Not used (fixed at H) Not used (fixed at H) Non-maskable interrupt input terminal Input of signal detecting that serial transfer to the MSM7560LGS (IC101) started Communication request signal input from the equipment connected to digital I/O connector (CN703) Key interruption processing start signal input terminal Battery lid open/close detection switch (S701) input terminal L: battery lid is closed Rotary encoder dial pulse input of the jog dial (= + +) Rotary encoder dial pulse input of the jog dial (= + +) System reset signal input from the reset signal generator (IC502) L: reset For several hundreds msec. after the power supply rises, L is input, then it changes to H Power supply terminal (+3.4V)
Pin No. 100
Pin Name PO0 PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7 VSS POR CLE POR ALE POR WE POR RE SE WP P17
I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O O O O O O O O O Ground terminal
Two-way data bus with the flash memory (IC702)
CLE control signal output to the flash memory (IC702) ALE control signal output to the flash memory (IC702) Write enable signal output to the flash memory (IC702) Read enable signal output to the flash memory (IC702) Not used (open) SE control signal output to the flash memory (IC702) WP control signal output to the flash memory (IC702) Not used (open)
SECTION 5 EXPLODED VIEW
NOTE: -XX and -X mean standardized parts, so they may have some difference from the original one. Color Indication of Appearance Parts Example: KNOB, BALANCE (WHITE). (RED) Parts Color Cabinet's Color Items marked * are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service. Some delay should be anticipated when ordering these items. The mechanical parts with no reference number in the exploded views are not supplied. Accessories and packing materials are given in the last of the electrical parts list.
Ref. No. 11 12
Part No. A-3293-987-A 4-995-845-01 X-4950-256-1 4-997-709-01 4-995-841-11 3-375-114-21 1-475-434-11 4-995-839-31 3-318-203-95 4-995-842-01
Description MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE SPRING (SPEAKER) LID ASSY, UPPER SHEET (P) CAP (PC) SCREW (M1.7X2.5) SWITCH UNIT (WITH JOG DIAL) CASE SCREW (B1.7), TAPPING TERMINAL (+. ), BATTERY
Ref. No. 21 D503 MIC101 ND701 SP101 W501 W502
Part No. 4-998-440-01 4-998-824-01 4-998-748-01 3-951-345-01 4-212-078-01 1-517-711-11 1-542-334-11 1-801-928-11 1-505-854-11 4-995-843-01
Description SPACER (WINDOW) SHEET (W) SPRING (A) CUSHION, PANEL CUSHION (FPM)
LIGHT, LED BACK MICROPHONE, ELECTRET CONDENSER (MIC) INDICATOR MODULE SPEAKER (2.8cm) TERMINAL (+), BATTERY
4-995-840-11 LID, BATTERY CASE 4-212-287-01 STRAP, HAND
4-995-844-01 TERMINAL (), BATTERY
NOTE: Due to standardization, replacements in the parts list may be different from the parts specified in the diagrams or the components used on the set. -XX and -X mean standardized parts, so they may have some difference from the original one. RESISTORS All resistors are in ohms. METAL: Metal-film resistor. METAL OXIDE: Metal oxide-film resistor. F: nonflammable
SECTION 6 ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
Items marked * are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service. Some delay should be anticipated when ordering these items. SEMICONDUCTORS In each case, u: , for example: uA. : A. uPA. : PA. uPB. : PB. uPC. : PC. uPD. : PD. CAPACITORS uF: F COILS uH: H When indicating parts by reference number, please include the board.
8-759-082-60 IC TC7S66FU 8-759-486-57 IC XC2141C21AMR 8-759-488-29 IC TC7W66FU (TE12L) < JACK >
1-568-027-11 JACK, SMALL TYPE (@ (EARPHONE)) 1-568-027-11 JACK, SMALL TYPE (MIC, PLUG IN POWER) < COIL >
< MICROPHONE > MIC101 1-542-334-11 MICROPHONE, ELECTRET CONDENSER (MIC) < TRANSISTOR > Q101 Q102 Q103 Q104 Q105 Q106 Q107 Q501 Q502 Q503 Q551 Q552 8-729-429-44 8-729-037-63 8-729-037-72 8-729-120-28 8-729-039-57 8-729-037-72 8-729-037-76 8-729-402-16 8-729-046-70 8-729-230-63 TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR XP1501 UN9115J-(TX).SO UN9211J-(TX).SO 2SC1623-L5L6 DTC363EKT146 UN9211J-(TX).SO UN9215J-(TX).SO XN4608 XP4654-(TX).SO 2SC4116-YG
8-729-426-25 TRANSISTOR XP1212 8-729-028-28 FET 2SK2036(TE85L)
Ref. No. R511 R512 R513 R514 R515 R516 R517 R701 R703 R704 R705 R708 R709 R710 R711 R712 R713 R714 R715 R716 R717 R718 R719 R720 R721 R722 R723 R724 R725 R726 R727 R728 R729 R730 R731 R732 R733 R734 R735 R736 R737 R740 R741 R744 R745 R746 R747 R748 R749 R799 Part No. 1-216-821-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-845-11 1-216-853-11 1-216-853-11 1-216-849-11 1-216-845-11 1-216-850-11 1-216-839-11 1-216-839-11 1-216-850-11 1-216-855-11 1-216-845-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-857-11 1-216-854-11 1-216-853-11 1-218-885-11 1-218-911-11 1-216-855-11 1-216-855-11 1-216-855-11 1-218-863-11 1-218-871-11 1-218-875-11 1-218-879-11 1-218-887-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-833-11 1-218-895-11 1-218-895-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-831-11 1-216-845-11 1-216-845-11 1-216-845-11 1-216-846-11 1-216-831-11 1-216-831-11 1-216-817-11 Description METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES,CHIP RES,CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES,CHIP RES,CHIP RES,CHIP RES,CHIP RES,CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES,CHIP RES,CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP 1K 10K 100K 470K 470K 220K 100K 270K 33K 33K 270K 680K 100K 100 1K 1M 560K 470K 39K 470K 680K 680K 680K 4.7K 10K 15K 22K 47K 1K 1K 1K 1K 10K 10K 10K 100K 100K 10K 6.8K 100K 100K 100K 120K 6.8K 6.8K 470 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.5% 0.5% 5% 5% 5% 0.5% 0.5% 0.5% 0.5% 0.5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.5% 0.5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% Remark 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W Ref. No. Part No. Description < VARIABLE RESISTOR > RV101 1-225-500-11 RES, VAR, CARBON 10K/10K (VOL) < SWITCH > S501 S701 S702 S703 S704 S705 1-692-481-11 SWITCH, KEY BOARD (RESET) 1-692-863-21 SWITCH, PUSH (1 KEY) (BATTRY LID OPEN/CLOSE DETECT) 1-771-274-11 SWITCH, TACTILE (ERASE) 1-771-274-11 SWITCH, TACTILE (STOP) 1-572-922-11 SWITCH, SLIDE (9 HOLD) 1-771-274-11 SWITCH, TACTILE (REC) < BATTERY TERMINAL > W501 W502 4-995-843-01 TERMINAL (+), BATTERY 4-995-844-01 TERMINAL (), BATTERY < VIBRATOR > X701 1-760-928-21 VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL (32.768kHz) X702 1-767-759-11 VIBRATOR, CERAMIC (6.912MHz) X703 1-767-683-11 VIBRATOR, CERAMIC (10.368MHz) ************************************************************ MISCELLANEOUS *************** 7 1-475-434-21 SWITCH UNIT (WITH JOG DIAL) D503 1-517-711-11 LIGHT, LED BACK ND701 1-801-928-11 INDICATOR MODULE SP101 1-505-854-11 SPEAKER (2.8cm) ************************************************************ ACCESSORIES & PACKING MATERIALS ******************************** 3-864-397-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH) Remark
< CONPOSITION CIRCUIT BLOCK > RB701 RB702 RB703 RB704 1-233-967-11 1-233-969-11 1-233-969-11 1-233-967-11 RES, NETWORK (CHIP TYPE) 10K RES, NETWORK (CHIP TYPE) 22K RES, NETWORK (CHIP TYPE) 22K RES, NETWORK (CHIP TYPE) 10K
Personal A&V Products Company
98G057018-1 Printed in Singapore 1998. 7 Published by Quarity Engineering Dept. (Shibaura)
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