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Selecting the Microphone Sensitivity
Owners Record The model number is located at the rear and the serial number is located inside the battery compartment. Record the serial number in the space provided below. Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product. Model No. ICD-B300 Serial No. _____________________________________
Step 1: Installing the Batteries
You can record up to 99 messages in each of the four folders (A, B, C, and D). 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
Note on recording
Noise may be recorded if an object, such as your finger, etc., accidentally rubs or scratches the unit during recording.
Press DISPLAY/MENU for more than 1 second until MODE appears in the display window. Press . or >+ to select SENS and press NxPLAY/STOP.
Replacing the batteries
Slide and lift the battery compartment lid.
The battery indicator in 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. 11 hours recording/7.5 hours playback in the HQ mode, and approx. 22 hours recording/11 hours playback in the SP and LP modes is possible. * Using Sony alkaline batteries LR03 (size AAA) * When playing back through the internal speaker with the medium volume level The battery life may shorten depending on the operation of the unit.
Maximum recording time
The maximum recording time of all the folders is as follows. You can record messages for the maximum recording time in a single folder. HQ* 7 h. 30 min. 20 h. 5 min. 37 h. 5 min.
Before making a long recording, be sure to insert new batteries and check the battery indicator.
Press . or >+ to select H (high sensitivity) or L (low sensitivity) and press NxPLAY/STOP.
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Insert two LR03 (size AAA) alkaline batteries with correct polarity, and close the lid.
Make sure to insert both of the batteries from their ends.
Do not use manganese batteries for this unit. When you replace the batteries with new ones, the clock setting display appears. 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. The unit is accessing data while ACCESS appears in the display window. While accessing, do not remove the batteries. Doing so may damage the data.
Select the recording mode.
See Changing the Recording Mode on the reverse side.
Press xSTOP to exit the menu mode.
Select the folder.
See Selecting the Folder.
(h.: hours/min.: minutes) * HQ: High quality recording mode (monaural sound) ** SP: Standard play recording mode (monaural sound) ***LP: Long play recording mode (monaural sound)
Playing Back Messages
When playing back a previously recorded message, start from Step 1. When playing back a message you have just finished recording, start from Step 3.
1 Press zXREC/PAUSE. 2 Speak to the built-in microphone. OPR indicator (lights in red during recording.)
* The display selected with the DISPLAY/ MENU button appears.
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.
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.
Recording mode Current message number Counter display* Remaining memory indicator
For the customers in the U.S.A.
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. You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment. 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. If you have any questions about this product, you may call: Sony Customer Information Services Center 1-800-222-7669 or http://www.sony.com/
The unit does not operate.
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 for 3 seconds.)
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 replace the batteries with new ones. Please refer to Steps 2 to 3 in Step 2: Setting the Clock to set the date and time.
You do not need to keep pressing zXREC/PAUSE while recording.
No sound comes from the speaker.
The ear receiver or headphones are plugged in. The volume is turned down completely.
FULL is displayed and you cannot start recording.
The memory is full. Erase some of the messages. 99 messages have been recorded in the selected folder. Select another folder or erase some of the messages.
Step 2: Setting the Clock
Clock setting display appears when you insert batteries for the first time, or when you replace the batteries with new ones. In this case, proceed from step 2.
Noise is heard.
An object, such as your finger, etc., accidentally 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. Ear receiver/headphones plug is dirty. Clean the plug.
Display the clock setting display.
2 Press . or >+ to display SET DATE.
Press xSTOP. The unit stops at the beginning of the current recording.
1 Press DISPLAY/MENU for more than 1 second until MODE appears in the display window. The unit enters the menu mode.
To record in better sound quality, select the HQ mode. For switching the recording mode, see Changing the Recording Mode on the reverse side. Before making a long recording, be sure to check the battery indicator. The maximum recording time and the number of messages you can make vary depending on the conditions of use. When you record messages in the mixture of HQ, SP and LP mode, the maximum recording time will be between those for the HQ and LP modes. Due to the limitation of the IC recording system, this unit records in the minimum recording unit of approx. 2 seconds at most, therefore the following symptoms may occur: When a message is shorter than the minimum recording unit, it is still counted as approx. 2 seconds at most so the remaining recording time will decrease by more than the actual length of the message. When the message is longer than the minimum recording unit, the remaining recording time will decrease by more than the actual length of the message if it cannot be divided by the minimum recording unit without a remainder. The sum of the number on the counter (elapsed recording time) and the remaining recording time may be less than the units maximum recording time.
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.
Select the message number.
Selected message number Number of messages in a folder Counter display*
Press . or >+ to display the desired message number. .: for smaller message number >+: for larger message number
Playing back all messages in a folder continuously Continuous Play
You can select the continuous play mode with the CONT in the menu. When you set CONT to ON, you can play back all messages in a folder continuously.
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. If you keep >+ or .pressed, the unit starts to search at higher speed. For the first 10 seconds of cue/ review, fast playback sound can be heard. When searching at a higher speed, playback sound will not be heard. During cue/review, the counter will be displayed, regardless of the display mode setting. 1 Tip
* The display selected with the DISPLAY/MENU button appears (see the reverse side).
i (earphone) jack OPR indicator (lights in green during playback.) 2 Adjust the volume with the VOL control.
1 Press NxPLAY/STOP.
If you do not change the folder after you stop recording, the next time you record you will record in the same folder.
Remaining memory indication
During recording, the remaining memory indicator decreases one by one. The memory is nearly full.
3 Press NxPLAY/STOP. The year digits will flash. pause recording*
Press zXREC/PAUSE. During recording pause, the OPR indicator flashes in red and PAUSE flashes in the display window. Press zXREC/PAUSE. Recording resumes from that point. (To stop recording after pausing recording, press xSTOP.) Press xSTOP to stop recording, then press NxPLAY/STOP. Press NxPLAY/STOP during recording. Hold down . during recording or recording pause. Recording mode will be released, and reviewing of the current recording starts. If you release the button, playback starts from that point. You can select the microphone sensitivity using the menu. See Selecting the Microphone Sensitivity. H (high): To record at meeting or in a quiet and/or spacious place. L (low): To record for dictation or in a noisy place.
Recording level is low.
Set the microphone sensitivity to H (high) using the menu.
Counter display (or the selected display mode) xSTOP
Recording is interrupted.
The advanced VOR function is activated. Set VOR to OFF.
release pause and resume recording
Recording level is unstable (when recording music, etc.).
This unit is designed to automatically adjust the recording level when recording meetings, etc., and is not suitable for music recording.
Set the date.
2 Press NxPLAY/STOP. The month digits will flash.
listen to the current recording review the current recording instantly search backward during recording (Review)
Disposal of Old Electrical & Electronic Equipment (Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems)
This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product shall not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. The recycling of materials will help to conserve natural resources. For more detailed information about recycling of this product, please contact your local Civic Office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.
--Y--M--D or --:-- is displayed.
You have not set the clock.
1 Press . or >+ to select the digits of the year.
--Y--M--D or --:-- is displayed on the REC DATE display.
The date and time of recording will not be displayed if you recorded the message when the clock was not set.
select the microphone sensitivity 3 Set the month and day in sequence, then press NxPLAY/STOP. The hour digits will flash.
When the remaining time of recording reaches 5 minutes, the last one of the indication flashes. If the remaining recording time display mode is selected, REMAIN and the counter display flash when the remaining time reaches 1 minute. To continue recording, first erase some of the messages. Notes
It takes longer for the unit to start operation.
If you divide messages too frequently while the unit is recording them, the following phenomenon may occur: The OPR indicator keeps flashing, and you cannot operate the unit for a certain period. This is not a malfunction. Wait until the OPR indicator goes off.
Set the time.
3 Set the minute.
Press DISPLAY/MENU for more than 1 second until MODE appears in the display window.
Starting recording automatically in response to the sound Advanced VOR function
When VOR (voice operated recording) is set to ON in the menu, recording starts when the recorder detects sound. (VOR is displayed in the display window.)
1 Press . or >+ to select the digits of the hour.
4 Press NxPLAY/STOP at the time signal. The display will return to SET DATE.
Press . or >+ to select FOLDER and press NxPLAY/STOP.
You cannot record messages up to the maximum recording time.
If you record messages in a mixture of HQ, SP and LP modes, the recordable time varies from the maximum HQ mode recording time to the maximum LP mode recording time. No more recording can be made when 99 messages each have been recorded in a folder. Due to the limitation of the IC recording system, this unit records in the minimum recording unit. If the length of each message cannot be divided by the minimum recording unit, the remaining recording time may decrease by more than the total length of the messages. 2 Press NxPLAY/STOP. The minute digits will flash.
5 Press xSTOP to exit from the menu mode. If the unit is left unused for more than 3 seconds in the stop mode, the display will show the current time.
Press . or >+ to select the folder you want and press NxPLAY/STOP.
Recording stops when no sound is heard. (VOR PAUSE flashes in the display window.) Current folder Note
VOR function is affected by the sound around you. Set the microphone sensitivity to H (high) or L (low) using the menu. If recording is not satisfactory after you have changed the microphone sensitivity, or for important recording, set VOR to OFF.
This unit does not have a power on/off switch. The display is shown at all times.
The unit does not operate correctly.
Take out the batteries and insert them again. Please note that recorded messages may be erased during service or repair work.
BEEP ON: A beep will sound to indicate that operation has been accepted. BEEP OFF: No beep sound will be heard except for the alarm and timer.
On power Operate the unit only on 3 V DC. Use two LR03 (size AAA) alkaline batteries. On safety Do not operate the unit while driving, cycling or operating any motorized vehicle. On handling Do not leave the unit in a location near heat sources, or in a place subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust or mechanical shock. Should any solid object or liquid fall into the unit, remove the batteries and have the unit checked by qualified personnel before operating it any further. On noise Noise may be heard when the unit is placed near an AC power source, a fluorescent lamp or a mobile phone during recording or playback. Noise may be recorded when an object, such as your finger, etc., rubs or scratches the unit during recording. On maintenance To clean the exterior, use a soft cloth slightly moistened in water. Do not use alcohol, benzine or thinner. If you have any questions or problems concerning your unit, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Erasing messages one by one
When a message is erased, the remaining messages will advance and renumbered so that there will be no space between messages. Before erasing
Message 1 Message 2 Message 3 Message 4 Message 5
Select the folder (See Selecting the Folder on the front side) and display the message you want to play back with an alarm. Enter the alarm setting mode.
1 Press DISPLAY/MENU for more than 1 second until MODE appears in the display window. 2 Press . or >+ to select ALARM OFF (If the alarm has already set to the selected message, ALARM ON is displayed. If you do not wish to change the setting, press xSTOP and exit the menu mode.) Note
ALARM OFF (or ON) will not appear and the alarm cannot be set if the clock has not been set or no message has been recorded in the selected folder.
Meeting at 2 oclock on December 1. at Conference room A
While recording or playing back a message, press DIVIDE at the point you want to divide.
When you press DIVIDE during recording: The new message number is added at the point you pressed the button, and the new message number and DIVIDE flash for 3 seconds. The message will be divided into two; however, the messages will be recorded without a break. Message 1 Message 2 Message 3 A message is divided. Recording continues 1 Tip
You can divide a message during recording pause.
Press . or >+ to display BEEP ON (or OFF) and press NxPLAY/STOP.
ON (or OFF) will flash.
Erase Message 3 After erasing
Message 1 Message 2 Message 3 Message 4
Remaining messages are renumbered. 1 Press ERASE while playing back the message you want to erase or press ERASE for more than 1 second during stop mode. A beep will sound and the message number and ERASE will flash while the whole message is played back 10 times. 2 Press ERASE while the message is being played back. The message is erased and the remaining messages will be renumbered. (For example, if you erase Message 3, Message 4 will be renumbered as Message 3. When erasing is completed, the unit will stop at the beginning of the following message.)
To cancel erasing
Press xSTOP before step 2.
During playback, press zXREC/ PAUSE for more than 1 second.
The REC indication appears and ADD will flash for 3 seconds in the display window. The OPR indicator will turn red. The new recording will be added at the end of the current message.
Press . or >+ to select ON or OFF and press NxPLAY/STOP.
The setting is completed.
To erase other messages
Repeat steps 1 and 2.
To erase a message partially
First divide the message and then follow the steps to erase the message.
Press xSTOP to stop the recording.
You cannot add a recording if the remaining memory is not long enough. The added portion of a message will be recorded in the same recording mode (HQ, SP, or LP).
When you press DIVIDE during playback: The message is divided into two at the point you pressed the button, and the new message number and DIVIDE flash for 3 seconds. The message numbers of the following messages will increase by one.
Message 1 Message 2 Message 3
3 Press NxPLAY/STOP. OFF starts to flash.
To cancel or change the alarm setting
1 Select the message you set the alarm to play back, and press DISPLAY/MENU for more than 1 second to enter the menu mode. 2 Press . or > + to select ALARM ON. 3 Press NxPLAY/STOP to flash ON. 4 To cancel the alarm setting: Press . or > + to flash OFF and press NxPLAY/STOP. To change the alarm setting: Press NxPLAY/STOP. When the alarm date is displayed, follow the Steps 3 to 6 of Playing Back a Message at a Desired Time with an Alarm to change the alarm setting. 5 Press xSTOP to exit the menu mode.
Changing the Recording Mode
HQ: You can record with the high quality sound (monaural sound). SP: You can record with better sound (monaural sound). LP: You can record for longer time (monaural sound).
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, etc.
Recording with an External Microphone or from Other Equipment
A message is divided.
4 Press . or >+ to select ON. ON starts to flash.
Recording media Built-in flash memory 64 MB, Monaural recording Recording time HQ: 7 hours 30 minutes SP: 20 hours 5 minutes LP: 37 hours 5 minutes Frequency range HQ: 260 Hz - 6,800 Hz SP: 220 Hz - 3,400 Hz LP: 220 Hz - 3,100 Hz Speaker approx. 2.8 cm (1 1/8 in.) dia. Power output 250 mW Input/Output Earphone jack (minijack) for 8 - 300 ohms ear receiver/headphones Microphone jack (minijack, monaural) Plug in power Minimum input level 0.6 mV Power requirements Two LR03 (size AAA) alkaline batteries: 3 V DC Dimensions (w/h/d) (not incl. projecting parts and controls) 34.6 109.5 18.0 mm (1 3/3/8 23/32 in.) Mass (incl. batteries) 65 g (2.3 oz) Supplied accessories Operating instructions (1) LR03 (size AAA) alkaline batteries (2) (for the U.S.A., Canada and Tourist model only) Headphone (1) (excluding the U.S.A., Canada, Europe and Tourist model) Carrying pouch (1) (excluding the U.S.A., Canada, Europe and Tourist model) Optional accessories Electret Condenser Microphone ECM-DM5P, ECM-Z60, ECM-TL1 (for telephone recording) Audio connecting cable RK-G64HG /RKG69HG (excluding Europe) Active speaker SRS-T88, SRS-T80 Your dealer may not handle some of the above listed optional accessories. Please ask the dealer for detailed information.
Erasing all messages in a folder
e.g. Folder A Message 1 Message 2 Message 3 Blank space Folder B Message 1 Message 2 Message 3
Press xSTOP before step 3.
The message numbers increase.
Connect a plug-in-power type microphone or other equipment to the (microphone) jack.
To play the divided message
Press. or >+ to display the message number as the divided messages each have message numbers. 1 To play the divided messages continuously
Select ON for CONT in the menu as described in Playing Back All Messages in a Folder Continuously.
When recording with an external microphone
(microphone) mini-plug (monaural) External microphone (not supplied)
5 Press NxPLAY/STOP. DATE will flash in the display window.
Blank space 1 Select the folder you want to erase using DISPLAY/MENU. (See Selecting the Folder on the front side.)
Message 1 Message 2
Make sure that MODE is displayed and press NxPLAY/ STOP.
HQ (or SP, LP) will flash.
Set the alarm date.
To play back on a desired date (the message will be played back at the same time on the same date every year until you erase the message) 1 Press NxPLAY/STOP while DATE is flashing. The year digits will flash. 2 Press . or > + to select the year digits and press NxPLAY/STOP. The month digits will flash. 3 Press . or >+ to select the month digits and press NxPLAY/STOP. The day digits will flash. 4 Press . or >+ to select the day digits.
If 99 messages have been recorded in a folder, you cannot divide a message. In that case, reduce the number of messages to 98 or less by erasing unnecessary messages or by moving some of the messages to another folder before dividing a message. If you divide a message with an alarm setting, the alarm setting remains only with the former message divided. You cannot divide a message in the first or the last 1 second. If you divide a message frequently, the unit may become unable to divide a message. Once a message is divided, you cannot combine the divided messages with the IC recorder. If you divide messages too frequently while the unit is recording them, the following phenomenon may occur: The OPR indicator keeps flashing, and you cannot operate the unit for a certain period. This is not a malfunction. Wait until the OPR indicator goes off.
Preventing Accidental Operation HOLD function
Slide the HOLD switch to ON. HOLD will appear for 3 seconds, indicating that all the functions of the buttons are locked. When the HOLD function is activated during stop, all the display will be turned off after HOLD is displayed. HOLD
2 While pressing xSTOP, press ERASE for more than 1 second. ALL ERASE will flash for 10 seconds.
Press . or >+ to select HQ, SP or LP and press NxPLAY/STOP.
Now the setting is completed.
When you connect an external microphone, the built-in microphone is automatically cut off. When a plug in power type microphone is connected, power is automatically supplied to the microphone from the IC recorder.
The setting becomes effective and the normal screen will be displayed. If the unit is left unoperated for more than 3 seconds, the display will show the current time and the selected recording mode will be displayed.
When recording from other equipment
3 While the display is flashing, press ERASE. (micromini-plug (monaural) phone) Audio connecting cable with attenuator (not supplied) EAR, EARPHONE, v or REC OUT mini-plug (stereo or monaural)
To cancel the HOLD function
Slide the HOLD switch to OFF. Note
When the HOLD function is activated during recording, cancel the HOLD function first to stop recording.
Index to Parts and Controls
MIC (built-in microphone) (microphone) jack OPR (operation) indicator Display window ERASE DISPLAY/MENU DIVIDE xSTOP zXREC (record) /PAUSE .(review/fast backward)/ >+ (cue/fast forward) (SELECT) Speaker
* There is a tactile dot beside the control to show the direction to turn up the volume. **The button has a tactile dot.
Tape recorder, TV, radio, etc.
Moving Messages to a Different Folder Move Function
You can move the recorded messages to another folder. Example: Moving Message 3 in Folder A to Folder C
To play back once a week
Press . or >+ to select the day of the week.
Even if the HOLD function is activated, you can stop the alarm playback. To stop the alarm or playback, press xSTOP.
Playing Back All Messages in a Folder Continuously
CONT ON: You can play back all messages in a folder continuously. CONT OFF: Playback stops at the end of each message.
Follow the steps in Recording Messages on the front side to record messages.
Notes i (earphone) jack
Make sure that the plugs are connected securely. We recommend you make a trial recording to check the connections and volume control. When connecting equipment other than Sonys, refer to the instruction manual of the equipment.
While the unit is stopped, select the message you want to move.
To play back at the same time every day
Press . or >+ to select DAILY.
Selecting the Display Mode
You can select the display mode for the stop, recording and playback modes. Each time you press DISPLAY/MENU, the display mode will change as shown below: 1 On the current time display
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.
The hour digits will flash.
VOL (volume) control* HOLD NxPLAY/STOP (ENTER)**
Starting Recording Automatically in Response to the Sound Advanced VOR function
VOR ON: The VOR (Voice Operated Recording) function is activated. Recording starts when the unit detects sound and stops when no sound is heard, eliminating recording from soundless period. The VOR function is disabled. Normal recording operation is selected.
Press . or >+ to select MOVE and press NxPLAY/ STOP.
The destination folder indication flashes.
Set the alarm time.
1 Press . or >+ to select the hour digits and press NxPLAY/STOP. The minute digits will flash. 2 Press . or >+ to select the minute digits and press NxPLAY/STOP. B-PLAY will be displayed.
Press . or >+ to display CONT and press NxPLAY/ STOP.
OFF (or ON) will flash.
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
B Elapsed playback/recording
time in one message
Press . or >+ to select the folder to which you want to move the message (C in this case).
Remaining time (REMAIN): In the playback mode: The remaining time of one message indication. In the stop and recording mode: The remaining recording time indication.
Folder indication Microphone sensitivity Alarm indicator Selected message number REC DATE (recorded date) indication Battery REMAIN indicator compartment Remaining memory indicator Hook for handstrap (not supplied) Remaining battery indicator Recording mode indication REC (recording) indicator Repeat play indicator Number of messages in a folder/Menu indication/Counter / Remaining time indication /Recording date indication /Current time indication / Messages
The message is moved in the destination folder.
Set the alarm sound.
1 Press . or >+ to select the alarm sound either from B-PLAY (playing back the message after the alarm) or B-ONLY (alarm only) 2 Press NxPLAY/STOP. ALARM ON will be displayed.
Recorded date (REC DATE)*: The date the current message was recorded.
Press . or >+ to display VOR and press NxPLAY/ STOP.
To cancel moving the message(s)
Press xSTOP before step 5. Note
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.
Investigation Report Tioga Suites Chanute, Kansas
May, 10th 2008 Built in 1929 Current Owner - Todd Johnson Cell: (620) 891-0168 Equipment: Becca: Sony DCR HC 32 Mini DV with super night shot Sony DCR HC 26 mini DV with super night shot Olympus WS300 Sony Cybershot DSC-W70 GRIP Infrared Thermometer Olympus Digital Recorder VN-480 Olympus WS331 with Audio Technica ATR-35S Lavalier (lapel) Microphone Lynette: Sony Cybershot DSC-P93A Sperry EMF 200A Sony DCR HC 52 Mini DV with super night shot Sony ICD-B300
Misc. other equipment used: Infrared light extenders Tripods Flashlights Pen & Paper Black light Weather conditions: Solar X-Rays: Normal Geomagnetic Fields: Quiet Temperature: 56 degrees Winds: WNW, 27 MPH gusting to 47 MPH, Wind advisory in effect until 6am Humidity: 67% Moon Phase: Waxing Crescent 31% Barometer: 29.8 rising Team Members Present: Rebecca Moran and Lynette Robinson Start time: 10:30pm
5th floor, room # 508 Time: 10:30pm, 11:45pm EMF: 0 Temp: 68 EVP: none Photos: none Video: Stationary is set up in here. Comments: This is the west side of the building. Team set up home base in this room. Claims of activity in Room 508: Guests claim to have their beds turned down for the night while they are taking a shower. Staff has had towels moved from the bed to outside the hallway. Previous investigation door locked by itself. NOTE: Wind is coming in through window. Very loud and causing door to shake. 2nd floor, Ballroom Time: 10:51pm, 12:33am, 1:40am EMF: 0 Bathroom EMF: 2.9-3.0 Temp: 70 EVP: none Photos: no anomalous Video: Stationary is set up in here with black light to cover the whole room. Comments: Northeast corner of building. There is a small kitchenette area attached to west side of the ballroom. Claims of activity: Report of seeing people dance in the ballroom, and people having dreams of seeing people dancing in the ballroom.
Common Room Time: 12:45pm EMF: 0 Temp: 70 EVP: basement1250am.wav and edited version Photos: no anomalous photos Video: Set the video down for some time facing the door and computer area. Nothing of interest caught on camera. Comments: Center/East part of building in basement area. Very quiet in here. Nothing notable happened.
South Stairwell Time: 1:30am EMF: 1.2 Temp: 70 EVP: nothing captured Photos: nothing captured Video: nothing captured
Comments: South part of building. Landing between 1st and 2nd floor, Lynette felt 'weird'. Fairly quiet in here. Earlier in the day (5pm) we came through this area and felt dizzy and very weird. But during this visit at night it was quiet and there were no weird feelings or dizziness. Claims of activity in South stairwell; Sounds and objects being dropped from above, weird feelings. End of investigation: 2:00 A.M. Final Comments/Notes: The high winds caused a lot of noise throughout the building. The elevator stopped working halfway through the investigation. Many people think the elevator is haunted. When we were able to use the elevator we had nothing happen. Nothing paranormal occurred during the investigation. Paranormal data gathered during investigation: EVP, basement1250am.wav The EVP is a whisper. A video camera was running at the same time right next to the recorder and the camcorder did not pick up the evp. Personal experience in South Stairwell. During our original walkthrough of the building we toured this area. Both Lynette and Becca felt unbalanced and slightly dizzy from the 1st floor up to the 3rd floor. When this area was visited during the investigation that feeling was gone.
Other Comments: Becca had her walking recorder shut off 11 seconds after it was started. No real reason for this to happen. The buttons were locked and the battery was new. This was not discovered until half way through the investigation.
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