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3-237-275-11 (1)

IC Recorder

Operating Instructions

ICD-B25

2002 Sony Corporation
For the customers in the United States

Owners Record

The model number is located at the rear and the serial number is located inside the battery compartment. Record these numbers in the spaces provided below. Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product. Model No. Serial No.

INFORMATION

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment.
Information IN NO EVENT SHALL SELLER BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE, OR LOSSES OR EXPENSES RESULTING FROM ANY DEFECTIVE PRODUCT OR THE USE OF ANY PRODUCT.

Table of Contents

Before You Begin
What is an IC recorder?... 4 Features.... 5

Getting Started

Step 1: Installing the Batteries... 6 Step 2: Setting the Clock... 8

Basic Operations

Recording Messages... 10 Playing Back Messages... 14 Playing Back the Specified Section Repeatedly A-B Repeat. 18 Erasing Messages... 19

Editing Messages

Adding a Recording... 21 Dividing a Message into Two/Combining Messages Index Function... 23 Moving Messages to a Different Folder Move Function... 26

Other Functions

Starting Recording at a Desired Time Timer Recording.... 27 Playing Back a Message at a Desired Time with an Alarm. 30 Preventing Accidental Operation HOLD function.. 33 Selecting the Display Mode... 34 Menu map.... 35 Changing the Settings... 36

Additional Information

Precautions.... 37 Troubleshooting... 38 Index to Parts and Controls... 42 Specifications.... 45 Index.... 46

BBefore You Begin

What is an IC recorder?
This IC recorder enables you to record and play back oral messages in the built-in IC memory.

z Recording

When a new message is recorded, it is automatically added after the last recorded messages. Unlike with tape recorders, you do not need to worry about recording over previously recorded messages by mistake. Since you do not need to search for the end of the last recording, you can start recording quickly whenever you wish.
11:30, November 1 Meet Mr. Brown at 2 p.m. tomorrow. 12:00, November 1 Dont forget to call Mary 10:00, November 2 Make remittance at ABC bank

Message 1

Message 2

Message 3

9:00, November 4 Send a card to Miss Smith

Message 4

z Playback
With this IC recorder, you can quickly locate the message you want to play back. Reviewing the current recording is also very easy.

z Erasing

You can quickly erase unwanted messages with an easy operation. When a message is erased, the next message automatically advances, leaving no blank space.
Before Message 1 Message 2 Message 3 Message 4 Message 5 Erase Message 3 After Message 1 Message 2 Message 3 Message 4 Remaining messages are renumbered.

Features

Maximum recording time: 127 min. (SP)/339 min. (LP) This unit is suitable for recording long meetings or lectures. Possible of recording up to 99 messages in each of 5 folders Alarm function (page 30) You can start playing back a desired message with an alarm on a desired date and time. Timer recording function (page 27) You can start recording automatically on a desired date and time. Index function (page 23) You can add an index at the desired point during recording or playback to divide a message into two. You can also combine messages by erasing the index. Repeat play function (page 16, 18) This unit can play back one message or the selected section repeatedly. Easy search function (page 17) You can quickly search for the point (10 seconds ahead or 3 seconds back) and start playback. Playback speed control (page 16) You can play back messages rapidly or slowly. This is useful when playing back a long recording such as a meeting. Advanced VOR function (page 13) Overwrite and additional recording functions (page 21) You can overwrite after the desired point on a recorded message or add a new recording to a previously recorded message. External microphone jack (page 13)

BGetting Started

Step 1: Installing the Batteries
Slide and lift the battery compartment lid.
Insert two LR03 (size AAA) alkaline batteries with correct polarity, and close the lid.
If the battery compartment lid is accidentally detached, attach it as illustrated. Clock setting display appears when you insert batteries for the first time, or when you insert batteries after the unit has been without batteries for a certain period of time. Please refer to Steps 2 to 4 in Step 2: Setting the Clock on pages 8 and 9 to set the date and time.
Replacing the batteries The battery indicator on the display window shows the battery condition. When flashes, replace the batteries with new ones. When flashes, the batteries are exhausted and the unit will stop operation. Battery life* With continuous use, approx. 7.5 hours (SP)/15 hours (LP) of recording or approx. 6 hours (SP)/8 hours (LP) of playback is possible.

* Using Sony alkaline batteries LR03 (SG) * When playing back through the internal speaker with VOL control at around 4 The battery life may shorten depending on the operation of the unit.
Do not use manganese batteries for this unit. When you replace the batteries, insert the new ones within 3 minutes after you removed the exhausted ones. Otherwise, the display may show the clock setting display or incorrect date and time when you re-insert the batteries. In this case, set the date and time again. The recorded messages and alarm setting, however, will remain. When replacing the batteries, be sure to replace both batteries with new ones. Do not charge dry batteries. When you are not going to use the unit for a long time, remove the batteries to prevent damage from battery leakage and corrosion.
Note on the ACCESS message
When you insert the batteries, ACCESS may appear on the display window. Do not remove the batteries while this message is displayed. If the unit is required to process excessive amount of data, ACCESS may be displayed for an extended period of time. This is not a malfunction of the unit. Wait until the message disappears before starting operation.
Step 2: Setting the Clock
You need to set the clock to use the alarm or timer setting function. Clock setting display appears when you insert batteries for the first time, or when you insert batteries after the unit has been without batteries for a certain period of time. In this case, proceed from step 2.

./> NxPLAY/STOP MENU

Press MENU to enter the menu mode. Display the clock setting display.
1 Press.once to display SET DATE. 2 Press NxPLAY/ STOP. The year digits will flash.

Set the date.

1 Press. or > to select the digits of the year. 2 Press NxPLAY/ STOP. The month digits will flash. 3 Set the month and day in sequence, then press NxPLAY/STOP. The hour digits will flash.

Set the time.

1 Press. or > to select the digits of the hour. 2 Press NxPLAY/ STOP. The minute digits will flash. 3 Set the minute.
Press NxPLAY/STOP at the time signal.
The display will return to SET DATE.
Press MENU to exit the menu mode.
This unit does not have a power on/off switch. The display is shown at all times.

BBasic Operations

Recording Messages
You can record up to 99 messages in each of five folders (A, B, C, D or E). Since a newly recorded message is automatically added behind the last recorded message, you can start recording quickly without searching for the end of the last recording.

e.g. Message 1 Message 2 Newly recorded message Blank space
Before making a long recording, be sure to insert new batteries and check the battery indicator (page 7).

Select the folder.

Current folder
Press FOLDER repeatedly to display the folder in which you wish to record messages.

Start recording.

2 Speak to the built-in microphone. OPR indicator (lights in red during recording.)
1 Press zREC/STOP. Remaining memory indicator

Current message number

You do not need to keep pressing zREC/STOP while recording.
* The display selected with the DISPLAY button (page 34) appears.

Counter display*

Stop recording.
Press zREC/STOP again. The unit stops at the beginning of the current recording.
If you do not change the folder after you stop recording, the next time you record you will record in the same folder.

To stop recording

You can also stop recording by pressing xSTOP instead of zREC/STOP.
To pause recording To pause recording* Do this Press XPAUSE. During recording pause, the OPR indicator flashes in red and PAUSE flashes in the display window. Press XPAUSE or zREC/STOP. Recording resumes from that point. (To stop recording after pausing recording, press xSTOP.)
release pause and resume recording
* 1 hour after you pause recording, recording pause is automatically released and the unit goes into the stop mode.

Continued

Recording Messages (continued) Recording Messages (continued)
To select the microphone sensitivity

See page 36.

Maximum recording time
You can record for up to 127 minutes in SP (standard play) mode and 339 minutes in LP (long play) mode. If you record messages in a mixture of SP and LP modes, the recordable time varies from 127 to 339 minutes. The unit is factory-set to SP mode. To change the recording mode, see page 36. You can check the remaining amount of recording time by selecting the remaining recording time display mode. See page 34.

Selected message number Counter display*

Start playback.

EAR jack OPR indicator (lights in green during playback.) 2 Turn VOL to adjust the volume.

1 Press NxPLAY/STOP.

Counter display (or the selected display mode)
After playing back one message, the unit stops at the beginning of the next message. When the last message on a folder has been played back, the unit stops at the beginning of the last message.

For private listening

Connect an earphone or headphones (not supplied) to the EAR jack. The built-in speaker will be automatically disconnected. If you plug in headphones, you will get output from the left channel only. If noise is heard, wipe the headphones plug.
To stop playback To stop at the beginning of the current message stop at the current position Do this Press xSTOP. Press NxPLAY/STOP. (Playback Pause function)* To resume playback from that point, press NxPLAY/STOP again.
* You can also pause playback by pressing XPAUSE instead of NxPLAY/ STOP. The OPR indicator will flash in green. After an hour, the unit goes into the stop mode at the current position.
Playing back all messages in a folder continuously Continuous Play Continued See page 36.
Playing Back Messages (continued)
Other operations To go back to the beginning of the current message** skip to the next message** go back to previous messages/skip to succeeding messages play back rapidly or slowly Do this Press. once.*** Press > once.*** Press. or > repeatedly.*** (During stop mode, keep the button pressed to skip the messages continuously.) Set PLAY SPEED to FAST or SLOW. The messages will be played back about 30% faster or 15% slower than normal. Set PLAY SPEED to NORMAL.
play messages with normal speed
** If you have set a bookmark on the message, the unit stops at the bookmark. *** These operations are for when EASY-S is set to OFF. For operations when EASY-S is set to ON, see page 17.

Various Ways of Playback

Playing back a message repeatedly Repeat Play
During playback, press NxPLAY/STOP for more than one second. will be displayed and the selected message will be played back repeatedly. To resume normal playback, press NxPLAY/STOP again. To stop playback, press xSTOP.
Playing the beginning of each message Scanning Play
During stop mode, press NxPLAY/STOP for more than one second. SCAN will be displayed in the display window and the first 5 seconds of each message in the selected folder will be played back. When you find the desired message, press NxPLAY/STOP. The message will be played back until the end.
Searching forward/backward during playback (Cue/Review)
To search forward, keep > pressed during playback and release the button at the point you wish to resume playback. To search backward, keep. pressed during playback and release the button at the point you wish to resume playback. The unit searches at slow speed (unit of 4 seconds) with playback sound. It is useful when checking one word forward or behind. If you keep > or.pressed, the unit starts searching at higher speed. Between messages the unit pauses for 2 seconds. During cue/review, the counter will be displayed, regardless of the display mode setting (page 34). You can cue or review during playback pause. The unit goes back into playback pause at the point you release > or. 1 Tip When fast playback is done to the end of the last message, END flashes for 5 seconds and the OPR indicator lights up in green. (You cannot hear the playback sound.) If you keep. pressed while END is flashing, the messages are played back rapidly, and normal playback will start at the point you release the button. When END stops flashing and the OPR indicator goes off, the unit will stop at the beginning of the last message. If the last message is long and you wish to start playback at a later part of the message, keep > pressed to play back the message to the end and then press. while END is flashing 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.)

./> INDEX xSTOP

Dividing a Message by Adding an Index
You can add an index to a message during recording or playback. By dividing a message, you can easily find the point you want to play back when you make a long recording such as a meeting. When you add an index, the message numbers will increase as follows.
Before adding Message 1 an index After adding an index Message 2 Message 3 Message 4
An index is added. Message 1 Message 2 Message 3 Message 4 Message 5
The first item on the agenda is. We will now proceed to the next subject.
The message numbers increase.
Dividing a Message into Two/Combining Messages Index Function (continued)
To mark an index during recording While recording a message, press INDEX at the point you want to divide.
The new message number flashes three times at the point you pressed INDEX. The message will be divided in two messages; however, the messages will be recorded without a break.
Message 1 Message 2 Message 3 An index is added. Recording continues.
You can add an index during recording pause (page 13).
To add an index during playback
While playing back a message, press INDEX at the point you want to divide.
The message is divided in two and the new message number flashes three times. An index mark is added and the following index numbers will increase by one. 1 Tip
You can add an index after you have paused playback with XPAUSE (page 15).
To play the message you marked with an index
Press. or > to display the message number as the divided messages each have message numbers.
To play the divided messages continuously
Select ON for CONT as described in Changing the Settings on page 36.
Combining messages by erasing the index
You can combine two messages into one by erasing the index.
Message 1 Message 2 Message 3 Message 4 Message 5 An index is erased. Message 1 Message 2 Message 3 Message 4 The message numbers decrease.
In stop mode, follow the steps below: 1 Press. or > to display the number of the second of the two messages you want to combine. 2 While pressing INDEX, press ERASE for more than 1 second. ID ERASE will flash for 10 seconds. 3 Press ERASE while the display is flashing. The two messages are combined into one and the messages will be renumbered as in the illustration above.
Press xSTOP before step 3. Notes
After combining messages by erasing an index, the latter messages alarm setting will be deleted. Due to the recording system of an IC recorder, you may not be able to add or delete an index in some cases (page 41).

Moving Messages to a Different Folder Move Function
You can move the recorded messages to another folder.

FOLDER NxPLAY/STOP

Example: Moving Message 3 in Folder A to Folder C
Play back the message you want to move.
While playing back the message, press FOLDER to flash the indication of the folder to which you want to move the message (C in this case).
The first and last 5 seconds of the message will be played back 10 times, while the folder indication and MOVE flash.
To cancel moving the message(s)
Press xSTOP before step 3. Note
(Example: when Folder C had 6 messages)
The move function does not duplicate a message in another folder. When you move a message to another folder, the one in the previous folder will be deleted.

BOther Functions

Starting Recording at a Desired Time Timer Recording
You can start recording at a desired time.
Display the timer setting display.
1 Press MENU. The unit enters the menu mode and ALARM will be displayed. 2 Press. or > repeatedly to display TIMER and press NxPLAY/STOP. OFF starts to flash.
The timer cannot be set if the clock has not been set. 3 Press. or > to flash ON.
4 Press NxPLAY/STOP. START is displayed for one second, and then DATE will flash in the display window.
Starting Recording at a Desired Time Timer Recording (continued)
Set the recording start date.
to start recording on a desired date
1 Press NxPLAY/STOP while DATE is flashing. 2 Press. or > to select the year digits and press NxPLAY/STOP. 3 Select the month and day digits in the same way.

to record once a week

Press. or > to select the day of the week.
to record at the same time every day
Press. or > to select DAILY and press NxPLAY/STOP.
Set the recording start time.
1 Press. or > to select the hour digits and press NxPLAY/STOP. 2 Press. or > to select the minute digits and press NxPLAY/STOP.
END is displayed for one second, and then the hour digits of the recording end will flash in the display window.

Repeat Step 3 to set the recording end time. Select the recording mode.
Press. or > to select SP or LP and press NxPLAY/STOP.
The display will return to normal display and is displayed.
At the set time, recording starts automatically. flashes on the display window during recording. When the recording ends, the unit will stop automatically at the beginning of the newly recorded message.
To stop the timer recording

Press xSTOP.

To change the timer setting
Press. or > in Step 2, 3 or 4 on page 28 to change the year, month, day or time and press NxPLAY/STOP.
To cancel the timer recording setting
Select OFF in Steps 1-3 on page 27 and press NxPLAY/STOP. Notes
You cannot set the timer to record more than one message. When the timer recording starts, the recording mode selected in Step 5 is automatically selected. When the recording ends, the recording mode is reset to the initial setting. Make sure that the remaining recording time is long enough for the timer recording. You cannot set the timer if the length of the timer recording exceeds the remaining recording time. However, in the case of recording once a week or everyday, you can set the timer if the remaining recording time is longer than the first recording and for the second or later recording, timer recording stops when there is no more remaining time on the IC recorder. If 99 messages have been recorded in the selected folder or the memory is full, timer recording will not start. If the timer is set to start recording before 23:59 and to end recording after 0:00, the recording will stop the next day. If the timer start time comes during alarm playback, playback will stop and the timer recording starts. When the timer recording start time comes during operation other than recording, the operation stops and the timer recording starts. When the timer recording start time comes during recording, the recording continues and the timer recording will not start.
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 at a desired date, once every week, or the same time everyday. You can also sound the alarm without playing back a message.
Select the message you wish to play back.

(See Steps 1 and 2 on page 14.)

Press MENU.

ALARM OFF will be displayed. (If ALARM ON is displayed, the alarm has been set. )
The alarm cannot be set if the clock has not been set or no message has been recorded in the selected folder.
Set the alarm setting to ON.
1 Press Nx. 2 Press. or > to flash ON. 3 Press Nx.

Set the alarm date.

to play back on a desired date
1 Press Nx while 2 Press. or > DATE is flashing. to select the year digits and press Nx. 3 Select the month and day digits in the same way.

to play back once a week

Press. or > to select the day of the week and press Nx.
to play back at the same time every day
Press. or > to select DAILY and press Nx.

Set the alarm time.

1 Press. or > to select the hour digits and press Nx. 2 Select the minute digits and press Nx.
Press. or > to select B-PLAY (playback will start with an alarm) or B-ONLY (only an alarm will sound). Press Nx PLAY/STOP.
The setting has been completed.
The display returns to the normal display. , is displayed when the number of the message with alarm setting is selected.
Playing Back a Message at a Desired Time with an Alarm (continued)
At the set time, the alarm will sound for about 10 seconds and the selected message will be played back. ( If B-ONLY was selected in Step 6, only the alarm will sound.) When the playback ends, the unit will stop automatically at the beginning of that message.
To listen to the same message again
Press NxPLAY/STOP. The same message will be played back from the beginning.
To stop the alarm before the playback starts
Press xSTOP while the alarm sound is heard. You can stop even when the HOLD function is activated.
To cancel the alarm setting
Press. or > to flash OFF in Step 3 on page 30 and press NxPLAY/STOP.
To change the alarm date and time
Follow Steps 1 to 3 on page 30. When the alarm date is displayed, follow Steps 4 to 7 on page 31 to change the alarm date and time. Notes
If you try to set the alarm to play back a message at a previously set time on another message, PRE SET will be displayed, preventing new settings. If the alarm time comes while another message is being played back with an alarm, the playback stops and the new message will be played back. If the timer recording start time comes during alarm playback, the playback stops and the timer recording will start. If the alarm time comes during recording, alarm will sound after the recording is finished and , will flash. If more than one alarm time comes during recording, only the first message will be played back. When the alarm time comes when the unit is in the menu mode, alarm will sound and the menu mode will be cancelled. If you erase the message you set the alarm to play back, the alarm setting will be cancelled. If you add an index to the message you set the alarm to play back, playback will stop at the index. If you erase the index on the message you set the alarm to play back, the alarm setting will be cancelled. You can adjust the playback volume with the VOL control. If the alarm time comes during erasing, alarm will sound for 10 seconds after the erasing is finished and playback begins. Alarm setting will not be cancelled when the alarm playback finishes. To cancel alarm setting, see above.

Preventing Accidental Operation HOLD function

HOLD switch

Slide the HOLD switch in the direction of the arrow. HOLD will flash three times, indicating that all the functions of the buttons are locked. To cancel the HOLD function, simply slide the HOLD switch in the opposite direction.
When the HOLD function is activated during recording, cancel the HOLD function first to stop recording.
Even if the HOLD function is activated, you can stop the alarm playback. To stop the alarm or playback, press xSTOP.
Selecting the Display Mode
You can select the display mode for the stop, recording and playback modes. (If the unit is left unoperated for more than 3 seconds in the stop mode, the display will show the current time, regardless of the display mode setting.) Each time you press DISPLAY, the display mode will change as shown below:

DISPLAY

Counter: Elapsed playback/ recording time in one message
Remaining recording time: The remaining recording time is displayed during recording or in stop mode. During playback, the remaining time of the message is displayed.
Recorded time: The date and time the current message was recorded. (If the clock has not been set, - -:- - will be displayed.)

m <

Recorded date: The date the current message was recorded. (If the clock has not been set, - -Y- -M- -D will be displayed.)

Menu map

Press MENU to enter the menu mode.
ALARM OFF ON MODE SP LP TIMER OFF ON BEEP ON OFF CONT OFF ON SENS H L VOR OFF ON EASY-S OFF ON SET DATE DATE SUN MON TUE WED B-ONLY THU FRI SAT DAILY DATE SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT DAILY SP LP

Set date

Set time

B-PLAY

Set start time Set end time

Minute

: Initial setting Press NxPLAY/STOP to go to the next step. Press. or > to select.

Changing the Settings

Follow the menu map on page 35.
1 Press MENU to enter the menu mode. 2 Press. or > to select the item and press Nx PLAY/STOP. 3 Press. or > to select the mode and press Nx PLAY/STOP to fix the setting.

Before taking the unit for repair, check the following sections. Should any problem persist after you have made these checks, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Symptom The unit does not operate.

Remedy

The batteries have been inserted with incorrect polarity. The batteries are weak. The buttons are locked with the HOLD switch. (If you press any button, HOLD will flash three times.) The earphone or headphones are plugged in. No sound comes The volume is turned down completely. from the speaker. FULL is displayed The memory is full. Erase some of the and you cannot start messages. See page 19. recording. 99 messages have been recorded in the selected file. Select another file or erase some of the messages. See page 19. The remaining memory is too short. The You cannot overwritten part will be deleted after the overwrite. overwriting part finishes recording. Therefore, you can only overwrite within the remaining recording time. An object, such as your finger, etc., accidentally Noise is heard. rubbed or scratched the unit during recording so that noise was recorded. The unit was placed near an AC power source, a fluorescent lamp or a mobile phone during recording or playback. Plug of the connected microphone was dirty when recording. Clean the plug. Earphone/headphones plug is dirty. Clean the plug.

Symptom

Recording level is Lis selected in the SENS mode. Select H low. (page 36). Recording is The advanced VOR function (page 13) is interrupted. activated. Select OFF in the VOR mode. Recording level is This unit is designed to automatically adjust unstable (when the recording level when recording meetings, recording music, etc.) etc., and is not suitable for music recording. Playback speed is too Set the PLAY SPEED selector to NORMAL fast or too slow. (page 16). --:-- is displayed. You have not set the clock (page 8). --Y--M--D or --:--The date of recording will not be displayed if is displayed on the you recorded the message when the clock was REC DATE display. not set. PRE SET is You cannot set the alarm or timer at a date and displayed and you time previously set on another message. cannot set the alarm or timer. The back light of the The effect of the back light of the display display window does window may be reduced in a bright location. not illuminate The battery life is The battery life may shorten depending on the short. operation of the unit. The unit does not Take out the batteries and insert them again. operate correctly.
Please note that recorded messages may be erased during service or repair work.
Troubleshooting (continued)

Error messages

Error message PRE SET Cause/Remedy You set the alarm to play back a message or set the timer to start recording at a date and time previously set on another message. Change the alarm or timer recording setting. You set the alarm or time recording when the time is already past. Check it and set the appropriate date and time. You cannot erase an index to combine messages of different modes. The selected folder does not have any messages. You cannot set the alarm, etc. because of this. If you do not set date and time, you cannot make alarm or time recording setting. To set date and time, see page 8. When there are already 99 messages in the selected folder or the remaining memory of the IC recorder is short, you cannot add an index. Erase some messages before adding an index. The remaining memory of the IC recorder is too short. Erase some messages before recording. You inserted the batteries. Wait until the message disappears before starting operation.

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