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|beloncio||3:46am on Monday, September 27th, 2010|
|Buy for now if you can pay a bit more for quality and technology equaling that of other small handheld devices. I highly recommend this if you are planning to use it mainly for capture. The size and sound quality are great.great for recording kidsPros:size.|
|neo0101||12:59pm on Saturday, August 21st, 2010|
|Replaceable memory card alone makes this the best player. It does what it supposed to do really well.Best Recorder in the market.|
|sfinks||1:27pm on Wednesday, August 18th, 2010|
|The uncomfortable operation and the lack of high sound quality make it fail as a pro voice recorder.Excellent software.|
|dgardner||12:31pm on Friday, July 23rd, 2010|
|I work in the automotive industry as a noise engineer with over 29 years of experience.|
|paologatto||11:41am on Sunday, June 27th, 2010|
|Everything about this recorder is quality, from battery cover to markings to control layout.|
|ldufosse||12:45am on Sunday, June 20th, 2010|
|This the type of device I have been looking for in a digital record! Powerful, Durable, Good Sound|
|philippeP||7:54am on Thursday, June 17th, 2010|
|Very Disappointing - poor sound I bought this for my wife who wishes to conduct interviews in her work in Palliative care.|
|chary||2:45pm on Tuesday, June 1st, 2010|
|A big disappointment Compared to the other Sony IC recorders I have (ICD-MS515 and ICD-BP150) the ICD-MX20 is a major let down - especially for the pr...|
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Memory Stick Pro Duo Media Digital Voice Recorder
32MB3 Flash Memory5 & Memory Stick PRO Duo Media Slot4 Compatible with Dragon NaturallySpeaking Preferred Voice to Print Software New STLP Recording Mode: Up to 2 Hours 45 Minutes Recording Time on Built-In Memory2 Up to 11 Hours 35 Minutes Recording Time (LP Mode)2 Over 300 Personalized Folders Built-in Stereo and Directional Microphones USB 2.01 Compatible Digital Voice Up and VOR (Voice Operated Recording) Functions Recording Monitor Function DC-In Jack Includes USB Cable, Digital Voice Editor Software, Stereo Ear Receiver, and Carrying Case
Hybrid Storage: 32MB Flash /Memory Stick PRO Duo Slot 4 Record dictation on built-in Flash Memory or compact, high capacity Memory Stick media. Compatible with Dragon NaturallySpeaking Preferred Voice to Print Software To easily convert your audio files to text. New STLP Recording Mode: Up to 2 Hours 45 Minutes Recording Time2 Offers a longer recording time while maintaining 2-channel recording for improved sound quality. Over 300 Personalized Folders Organize message folders on your Memory Stick Media by type, such as Sales Letters, Customer Service Replies, Memos, Action Items, Personal, and more, offering the ultimate in efficiency and versatility. Built-in Stereo and Directional Microphones Eliminates the need for an external microphone for convenience and ease of use. USB 2.01 Compatible Easily transfer audio files to a computer for processing and archiving. Digital Voice Up and VOR (Voice Operated Recording) Functions Save valuable recording time. VOR stops teh recording during silent pauses then begins recording again without missing a single syllable thanks to the digital buffer. Recording Monitor Function You can listen to the recording level by using headphones while the unit is recording and adjust accordingly.
On-Screen Clock: Yes
Display: Full Function Display
Inputs and Outputs
Microphone Input: 1 DC-In: 3V Headphone Output(s): 1 (Mini) USB Port(s): 1 (2.0 compliant)
PC Download Software "AAA" Battery x 2 Carrying Case Stereo Earphone USB Cable
AC Power Adaptor (AC-E30HG) Color: Silver UPC Code: 027242664913
1. Not all products with USB 2.0 connectors may communicate with each other due to chipset variations. 2. Approximate recording times. Battery life will vary based upon usage conditions. 3. User available memory= 32,243,712 bytes (preliminary), a portion of which is used for data management functions, with default 5 folders setting. Total available space will be reduced as the number of folders increases. 4. Available storage capacity of Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO , Memory Stick Duo and Memory Stick PRO Duo media may vary. A portion of the memory is used for data management functions. Actual available memory is: 32MB=30MB, 64MB=61MB, 128MB=123MB, 256MB=220MB, 512MB=460MB, 1GB=940MB, 2GB=1.85GB, and 4GB=3.66GB 5. Actual User availble memory is approx. A portion is used for data management. 2006 Sony Electronics Inc. Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited. All rights reserved. Sony, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO Duo, Voice Up, and like.no.other are trademarks of Sony. Dragon, NaturallySpeaking, and the Dragon logo are registered trademarks or trademarks of Nuance Communications, Inc. or its affiliates in the United States and/or other countries. Features and specifications are subject to change without notice. Non-metric weights and measures are approximate.
Type of Use: Ultra Portable Voice Recorder Recording Media: Built-in Flash Memory 32MB and Memory Stick PRO Duo Slot Recording and Playback Times: ST: 1 Hr 25 Min.; STLP: 2 Hrs 45 Min.; SP: 4 Hrs 20 Min.; LP: 11 Hrs 45 Min (on built-in Flash)
Recording System: Digital Stereo, Monaural Recording Microphone: Built-in Stereo/Monaural Microphone Frequency Range: ST: 60-13500Hz; STLP: 60-7000Hz; SP: 60-7000Hz; LP: 60-3500Hz
Microphone Sensitivity Feature: Yes Recording Features: Digital Voice Operated Recording (VOR), Digital Voice-Up, Overwrite, Move, Divide
Erase/Protect: 3 Erase Options, Folder/File Protection
Safety Lock: Yes (Hold Function) Search Features: Easy Search Message Folder(s): Yes (5 Pre-set Folders, Over 300 Personalized Folders) Voice E-Mail Function: Yes (Using Digital Voice Editor)
Please visit the Dealer Network for current information at www.sony.com/dn Sony Electronics Inc. 16530 Via Esprillo Drive San Diego, CA 92127 1-800-222-7669 www.sony.com Last Updated: 04/09/2009
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-MX20 Serial No.
Step 1: Installing the Batteries
Slide and open the battery compartment lid. Insert two LR03 (size AAA) alkaline batteries with correct polarity, and close the lid.
Make sure to insert batteries into the unit from the - end first. 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, Set Date&Time appears. Please refer Step 2: Setting the Clock to set the date and time. If the battery compartment lid is accidentally detached, attach it as illustrated. Notes on batteries
Do not use manganese batteries for this unit. Do not charge dry batteries. When you are not going to use the unit for an extended period of time, remove the batteries to prevent damage from battery leakage and corrosion.
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 2-2. Searching forward/backward during playback (Cue/Review)
To search forward (cue): Keep V pressed during playback and release the key at the point you wish to resume playback. To search backward (review): Keep v pressed during playback and release the key at the point you wish to resume playback. If you keep V or v pressed, the unit starts to search at higher speed. During cue/review, the counter will be displayed, regardless of the display mode setting. 1 When playback or fast playback is done to the end of the last message When fast playback is done to the end of the last message, Message End flashes for 5 seconds. (You cannot hear the playback sound.) If you keep v pressed while Message End is flashing, the messages are played back rapidly, and normal playback will start at the point you release the key. When Message 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 V pressed to play back the message to the end and then press v while Message 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 to Parts and Controls
Identifying the front and rear panels of the unit
When you insert the batteries for the first time after purchasing (initializing the memory)
ACCESS appears in the display window and the internal memory is initialized automatically to create 5 folders (FOLDER01 to FOLDER05).
Select the folder.
Follow the step 2 in Recording Messages.
Select the message and start playback.
1 Press v or V to display the desired message number. v: for previous message number V: for next message number 2 Press Nx. Selected message number/Number of messages in the selected folder Playback slider Displays the current playback position. Counter display* Recorded date and time of the message
i (headphones) jack
If the slot/connector lid is accidentally detached, attach it as illustrated.
Notes while ACCESS appears
The unit is accessing data while ACCESS appears in the display window or the OPR indicator lights or flashes in red or orange. While accessing, do not remove the batteries or AC adaptor (not supplied). Doing so may damage the data. 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.
2005 Sony Corporation Printed in China
Printed on 100% recycled paper using VOC (Volatile Organic Compound)-free vegetable oil based ink.
Replacing the batteries
The battery indicator on the display window shows the battery condition: : Replace both of the two batteries with new ones. : Replace Batteries appears and the unit will stop operation. Battery life* (Using Sony alkaline batteries LR03 (SG))
1 Built-in monaural/stereo microphone (directional/all-directional)
You can set the directivity with the DIRECTNL switch 2, and sensitivity with the Mic Sense in the menu.
qf HOLD switch
To prevent accidental operation, slide this 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. To cancel the HOLD function
Slide the HOLD switch to OFF.
2 DIRECTNL (directional) ON (MONO)/OFF switch
Slide the switch to set the directivity of the built-in microphone 1 as follows: ON (MONO): To record a sound centering on a specific direction in monaural. Use this position when you record a sound at a conference/ meeting or in a spacious place etc. OFF: To record a sound not centering on a specific direction (all-directional recording). Notes
The DIRECTNL switch is set to ON, sound is recorded in monaural even if you select ST or STLP mode. In the ST and STLP mode, sound is recorded in higher quality sound thanks to their higher bit rates even in the monaural recording.
Even if the HOLD function is activated, you can stop the alarm playback. To stop the alarm or playback, press xSTOP. (You cannot stop usual playback.)
qg i (headphones) jack
To monitor the recording from the built-in microphone, connect headphones supplied or not supplied here. You can adjust the volume with VOLUME +/ qa, but the recording level is fixed. Note
If you turn up the volume excessively or place the headphones near the microphone while monitoring recording, the microphone may pick up the sound from the headphones, causing acoustic feedback (howling sound).
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 appear for 3 seconds.)
Using on house current
Connect the AC power adaptor (not supplied) to the DC IN 3V jack of the unit and to the wall outlet. Do not use any other AC power adaptor. To DC IN 3V jack AC power adaptor (not supplied) Polarity of the plug
The unit plays all the messages in a folder continuously and stops at the beginning of the last message in the folder. (You change the Play Mode in the menu so that the unit plays a message and then stop at the beginning of the next message.)
Listening in better sound quality
You can enjoy better sound quality as follows: To listen from headphones: Connect the stereo headphones (supplied or not supplied) to the i (headphones) 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 i (headphones) jack.
The Memory Stick is not recognized. The number of folders automatically created in the Memory Stick is less than 5.
Since the Memory Stick contains image data or other files, the memory required for creating initial folders is insufficient. Use the Windows Explorer or other tool to delete unnecessary files or use Format menu of the unit to format the Memory Stick.
3 Display window
For the details, see Using the display window below.
stop at the current position
Press Nx or xSTOP. To resume playback from that point, press Nx again. Press v once.* Press V once.* Press v or V repeatedly. (During stop mode, keep the key pressed to skip the messages continuously.)
qh m (microphone) jack (PLUG IN POWER)
You can connect an external microphone here. When an external microphone is connected, the built-in microphone is automatically cut off.
4 OPR (operation) indicator
The indicator lights in red during recording or in green during playback. It flashes in red during recording pause. During accessing the data, it lights or flashes in red or orange. You can turn off the indicator with the LED in the menu.
Step 2: Setting the Clock
You need to set the clock to use the alarm function or record the date and time. 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, Set Date&Time appears. Set the date and time as follows: Press the control key upward, downward, leftward, or rightward (v/V/b/B) to select an item, and then press down the center (Nx) to decide on the item. In this manual, these operations are described as follows: Press v (.). Press B ( Press b (MENU). Press Nx. Press V (>). ;). Note on setting the clock
Set the clock while the set is in the stop mode.
No sound comes from the speaker.
The headphones are plugged in. The volume is turned down completely.
go back to the beginning of the current message skip to the next message go back to previous messages/skip to succeeding messages
qj DPC ON/OFF switch
You can play back a message at a higher or lower speed as follows: ON: Fast Play or Slow Play will be displayed and a message is played back at the speed specified with the DPC in the menu (between twice the normal speed (+100%) and half the normal speed ( 50%)). OFF: A message is played back at the normal speed.
5 Control key
b (MENU)/B ( : folder)v(.: review)/V(>: fast forward)/Nx (play/stopenter)
Sound comes from the speaker even when the headphones are plugged in.
If you plug in the headphones not securely during playback, the sound may come from the speaker. Unplug the headphones and then insert them securely.
To display the clock setting window and current time
You can display the clock setting window to set the date and time or check the current time:
* These operations are for when Easy Search in the menu is set to OFF.
6 zXREC (record) /PAUSE button
Press here to start and pause recording.
For Memory Stick
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 1-800222-7669 or http://www.sony.com/
Adjust the playback sound with the button.
qs DIVIDE button
Press to divide a message during playback.
You cannot erase a message.
The message or the folder containing the message is set to Read-only in the computer. Display the message or the folder using Windows Explorer and remove the check for Read-only under Properties. The write-protect switch on the inserted Memory Stick is set to LOCK.
The month digits will flash.
Repeat steps 1 and 2 to set the month, day, hour, and then minutes in sequence.
To select a previous or next item Press b for the previous item or B for the next item. Note
If you do not press Nx for more than one minute, the clock setting mode is cancelled and the window will return to normal display.
4 To set the clock, press Nx to
display the Date&Time window and follow the steps 1 through 4 of the Step 2: Setting the Clock.
4 select the setting item. 5 exit the menu mode.
If you do not press the key or button for one minute, the menu mode is automatically cancelled and the window will return to normal display.
Selecting the setting item (4)
Press to specify the beginning and ending points of the portion to be played back repeatedly.
ql Slit for a handstrap
You can attach a handstrap (not supplied) here.
w; Battery compartment /DC IN 3V jack
Open the compartment lid and insert two LR03 (size AAA) alkaline batteries.
You cannot add a recording or an overwrite recording to the previously recorded message.
The remaining memory is too short. The overwritten part will be deleted after the overwriting part finishes recording. Therefore, you can only overwrite within the remaining recording time. At a factory setting, Add/Over (additional/ overwrite recording) is set to OFF. Display the menu and set the Add/Over to Add REC or Overwrite.
This unit does not have a power on/ off switch. The display is shown at all times.
Using the display window
Settings (*: Initial setting)
Stop/Play/Rec** One message view List view (in stop mode)
Notice for users
Program 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 Sony Corporation
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Press xSTOP to return to the normal display.
You can set the recording mode (bit rate): ST*: You can record with high-quality stereo sound. (48 kbps) STLP: You can record with stereo sound for longer time. (24 kbps) SP: You can record with better sound (monaural sound). (16 kbps) LP: You can record for longer time (monaural sound). (8 kbps) Note: When the DIRECTNL switch is set to ON, a message will be recorded in monaural even in the ST or STLP recording mode. You can set the microphone sensitivity. High*: To record at meetings or in a quiet and/or spacious place. Low: To record dictation or in a noisy place. You can activate or disable the VOR (Voice Operated Recording) function for eliminating recording from soundless period.: ON: Recording starts when the unit detects sound and VOR is displayed. Recording pauses when no sound is heard and VOR Pause is displayed. OFF*: The VOR function is disabled. Normal recording operation is selected. Note: VOR function is affected by the sound around you. Set the Mic Sense according to the recording conditions. If recording is not satisfactory after you have changed the microphone sensitivity, or for important recording, set the VOR to OFF. You can enable or disable the adding or overwrite recording mode: OFF*: You cannot add a recording to avoid erasing a message by accidental operation. Add REC: You can adds a recording to a previously recorded message during playback. Overwrite: You can adds an overwrite recording to a previously recorded message during playback. You can set the playback speed: OFF*: Messages will be played back at normal speed. ON: You can adjust the speed of the playback between twice the normal speed (+100%) and half the normal speed (50%) You can activate or disable the easy search function: ON: You can go back for approx. 3 seconds by pressing v (.), or advance for approx. 10 seconds by pressing V (>). OFF*: You can go back or forward the messages by pressing v/V (./>). You can set the playback mode when you press Nx: Cont Play*: The unit plays back all messages in a folder continuously. One MSG: The unit plays back one message and then stops at the beginning of the next message Repeat: The unit plays back a message repeatedly until you press Nx or xSTOP. Repeat MSG and will be displayed.
Playback speed is too fast or too slow.
The playback speed is adjusted in the DPC in the menu. Slide the DPC switch to OFF or display the DPC in the menu and adjust the playback speed.
Notes before recording * You can display a long folder name by scrolling the cursor. 2 Press v or V to select the folder in which you wish to record messages. 3Press Nx.
To record in better sound quality, select the ST or STLP mode. Before making a long recording, be sure to check the battery indicator. The maximum recording time and the number of messages you can make varies depending on the conditions of use. To avoid replacing batteries during long time recording, use the AC power adaptor (not supplied). You cannot record through the built-in microphone if you connect an external microphone to the m (microphone) connector.
qh Messages list
Displays the list of the three messages in the current folder when List View in the menu is set to ON. The number and recorded date/time of each message is displayed. You can scroll the messages with v/V.
--Y--M--D or --:-- is displayed.
You have not set the clock. Display the Date&Time in the menu and set the clock.
Memory Stick and are trademarks of Sony Corporation. MagicGate Memory Stick is the trademark of Sony Corporation. are Memory Stick Duo and trademarks of Sony Corporation. Memory Stick PRO Duo and are trademarks of Sony Corporation. IBM and PC/AT are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation. Microsoft, Windows and Outlook are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation, registered in the USA and other countries. Copyright 1995 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Portion Copyright 1995 Microsoft Corporation Apple and Macintosh are trademarks of Apple Computer Inc., registered in the USA and other countries. Pentium is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation. NaturallySpeaking, Dragon Systems are trademarks owned by ScanSoft, Inc. and are registered in the United States and/or other countries. All other trademarks and registered trademarks are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. Furthermore, and are not mentioned in each case in this manual. The Digital Voice Editor uses software modules as shown below: Microsoft DirectX 2001 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
qj Scroll bar
Displays the current location of the displayed messages among the whole messages in the current folder. Note
The effect of the back light of the display window may be reduced in a bright location.
Switching the one message view and the list view
You can choose how the messages will be displayed on the stop mode between list view and one message view as follows:
7 Recorded date and time indication
Recorded year, month, day, hours, and minutes of the current message are displayed.
Switching the drives
You can use both the built-in memory and the Memory Stick by switching drives as follows: 1 Press B ( ) to display the folders in the current drive. 2 Press b. 3 Press v or V to select the Memory Stick drive ( ) or the built-in memory drive ( ).
Move MSG Alarm Add Folder Edit Folder
Press b (MENU).
The menu window is displayed.
Messages are not sorted in order of the number of priority marks in a folder.
Unless you sort messages using the supplied Digital Voice Editor software, messages are displayed in the unit in the same way as specified in the computer. Sort again in the order of the number of priority marks in the computer using the supplied Digital Voice Editor software.
8 Repeat play indicator Appears when Repeat (one message repeat playback mode) is selected with the Play Mode in the menu. 9 Remaining memory indicator
Displays the remaining memory: During recording, the indicator decreases one by one. When the remaining recording time reaches 5 minutes, the indicator flashes. When the remaining time reaches 1 minute, the remaining time indication 6 will flash regardless of the display mode. Remaining memory time When the memory is full, recording automatically stops and Memory Full will be displayed with an alarm sound. To continue recording, first erase some of the messages. Notes
If data other than sound data is saved, the remaining memory time is displayed excluding the data. You can check the remaining memory by selecting Remain in the Display menu. When you set the Beep in the menu to OFF, an alarm sound (beep) does not sound.
Press v/V to select press Nx.
The Preferences menu is displayed.
(Preferences) and then
Press v/V to select List View. Press Nx.
The List View setting window is displayed.
Recording mode Remaining memory indication Microphone sensitivity OPR indicator** (lights in red during recording.) 2 Speak to the built-in microphone.
Display You can change the display mode on the display window. Elapse: Displays the elapsed playback/recording time of one message (counter). Remain: Displays the remaining time indication. Name: Displays the message name (title) if it is specified with the supplied Digital Voice Editor software. You can set the clock manually or automatically: Automatic: If the unit is connected to a PC while the supplied Digital Voice Editor is operating, the clock is automatically set according to the PC internal clock. Manual*: Displays the window to set the clock manually (05Y1M1D*). (See Step 2: Setting the Clock.) You can turn on or off the beep. ON*: A beep will sound to indicate that operation has been accepted. OFF: No beep sound will be heard except for the alarm. You can turn on or off the OPR (operation) indicator during operation. ON*: The OPR indicator lights or flashes during operations such as recording or playback. OFF: The OPR indicator turns off even during operation. (Even if you set the LED to OFF, the indicator lights when the unit is connected to the PC.) You can turn on or off the backlight on the display window during operation. ON*: The backlight on the display window lights during operation. OFF: The backlight on the display window turns off during operation. You can select the list view or one message view in the stop mode. ON: List of the messages is displayed in the stop mode. OFF*: A message is displayed in the stop mode.
The remaining time displayed in the display window is shorter than that displayed in the supplied Digital Voice Editor software.
The unit requires a certain amount of memory for system operation. That amount is subtracted from the remaining time, which is the reason for the difference.
Memory Stick drive ( )
4 Press Nx.
The folders of the selected drive are displayed, where you can select one by pressing v or V. (If you keep pressing v or V , the display switches to the folders of another drive.)
Press v/V to select ON (list view) or OFF (one message view) and then press Nx.
The setting will be changed.
The battery life is short.
The battery life mentioned in Step 1: Installing the Batteries is based on playback through internal speaker with the medium volume level (using Sony alkaline batteries LR03(SG)). The battery life may shorten depending on the operation of the unit.
Press xSTOP. 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. Press zXREC/PAUSE. During recording pause, the OPR indicator flashes in red and REC Pause flashes in the display window. Press zXREC/PAUSE. Recording resumes from that point. Press xSTOP to stop recording, then press Nx. Press Nx during recording. Keep pressing v (.) during recording or recording pause. Recording stops and you can search backwards while listening to fast playback sound. After you release the key, playback starts from that point. You can add an overwrite recording from that point.
ACCESS display does not disappear.
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.
The unit does not operate correctly.
Take out the batteries and insert them again with correct polarity.
You cannot connect the unit to the PC.
Refer to the Digital Voice Editor 2 operating instructions. Please note that recorded messages may be erased during service or repair work.
You can add a recording to the message being played back. Notes
At a factory setting, you cannot add a recording not to erase the message by accidental operation. To add or overwrite a recording, set the Add/Over in the menu to Add REC or Overwrite. The added or overwritten portion of a message will be recorded in the same recording mode (ST, STLP, SP or LP) as the original message, regardless of the current recording mode setting. You cannot add or overwrite a recording if the remaining memory is not long enough. For more information, see Troubleshooting.
Press v/V/b/B to select a folder icon.
The cursor moves to the direction you press the key (v/V/b/B). When you keep pressing v/ V, you can scroll the pages.
To cancel erasing Press xSTOP before step 5. To erase a message partially First divide the message and then follow the steps on this section to erase the message.
Display the message you want to set the alarm.
Display the message you want to mark.
The setting is finished.
Erasing all messages in a folder
Press xSTOP to exit the menu mode.
The folder is labeled with the selected icon and its associated name.
When Add REC is selected in the menu The added recording will be placed after the current message and counted as a part of the message. During playback of Message 3 After adding a recording
Message 3 Message 4
Enter the alarm setting mode.
1 Press b (MENU), and select (Edit) by pressing v/V, and then press Nx. 2 Press v/V to select Alarm and press Nx. The alarm setting mode will be displayed. 3 Press v/V to select ON. If ON has already been selected, follow the next step. 4 Press Nx. The window to set the alarm date will be displayed.
You can erase all recorded messages in a folder.
Display the folder or a message in the folder that you want to erase. Press b (MENU), and (Erase) by select pressing v/V, and then press Nx.
The cursor moves to the Erase menu.
Press b (MENU), and select (Edit) by pressing v/V, and then press Nx.
The cursor moves to the Edit menu.
Memory Stick-R: Data stored in Memory Stick-R cannot be overwritten. It can be used on Memory Stick-R compatible devices. You cannot store data with MagicGate copyright protection technology. Memory Stick: Memory Stick can store all types of data except for the one that requires the MagicGate copyright protection technology. Memory Stick (MagicGate/High-Speed Transfer Compatible): Memory Stick (MagicGate/HighSpeed Transfer Compatible) employs MagicGate copyright protection technology and supports highspeed data transfer. It can be used with all the Memory Stick-compatible devices. (Data transfer speed depends on the Memory Stick-compatible device.) MagicGate Memory Stick : MagicGate Memory Stick employs the MagicGate copyright protection technology. Memory Stick-ROM: Memory Stick-ROM is the read-only Memory Stick storing the data. You cannot save or delete its data. What is MagicGate?
MagicGate is a copyright protection technology for MagicGate Memory Stick and compliant products. The unit does not support the MagicGate standards and cannot read or write the data subject to the MagicGate copyright protection.
Your computer and system software must meet the following minimum requirements. IBM PC/AT or compatible CPU: 266MHz Pentium II processor or higher RAM: 64MB or more Hard disk space: 70MB or more depending on the size and number of sound files you store CD-ROM drive USB port Sound board: Sound Blaster 16 compatible Display: High color (16 bits) or more and 800 x 480 dots or more OS: Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005/Windows XP Media Center Edition 2004/ Windows XP Media Center Edition/Windows XP Professional/Windows XP Home Edition/ Windows 2000 Professional/Windows Millennium Edition/Windows 98 Second Edition standard installation (You cannot use this software with Windows 98, Windows 95 or Windows NT.) Notes
You cannot use the software with a Macintosh machine. A handmade computer, a computer whose operating system is installed or upgraded by the user, or a computer with multi-boot operating environment are not supported.
Recording media Built-in flash memory 32MB/Memory Stick Duo, Stereo/Monaural recording Recording time ST: 1 hours 25 minutes STLP: Approx. 2 hours 45 minutes SP: Approx. 4 hours 20 minutes LP: Approx. 11 hours 45 minutes Frequency range ST: 60 Hz - 13,500 Hz STLP: 60 Hz - 7,000 Hz SP: 60 Hz - 7,000 Hz LP: 60 Hz - 3,500 Hz Speaker approx. 2.8 cm (1 1/8 in.) dia. Power output 350 mW Input/Output Microphone jack (minijack, stereo) input for plug in power, minimum input level 0.6 mV, 3 kilohms or lower impedance microphone Headphones jack (minijack, stereo) output for 8 - 300 ohms headphones USB connector Memory Stick Duo slot DC IN 3V jack Playback speed control (DPC) +100% to -50% Power requirements Two LR03 (size AAA) alkaline batteries: 3 V DC Dimensions (w/h/d) (not including projecting parts and controls) 36.6 107.5 16.9 mm (1 1/1/4 11/16 in.) Mass (including batteries) 96 g (3.4 oz) Supplied accessories Operating instructions (For the IC recorder (1)/For the application software (1)) Stereo headphones (1) USB connecting cable (1) Application Software (CD-ROM) (1) LR03 (size AAA) alkaline batteries (2) Carrying pouch (1) Dragon NaturallySpeaking Preferred (Version 8.0) CD-ROM(1) supplied only with ICD-MX20VTP sold in the USA Optional accessories Stereo headphones MDR-EX71SL, MDRE931LP/Active speaker SRS-T88, SRS-T80/ Electret condenser microphone ECM-CS10, ECM-TL1/Audio connecting cable RKG134HG, RK-G135HG, RK-G136HG, RKG139HG (excluding Europe)/AC power adaptor AC-E30HG (excluding the models for Korea, the Peoples Republic of China, Australia, and New Zealand),/Memory Stick Duo MSH-M32N (32 MB), MSH-M64N (64 MB), MSH-M128N (128 MB)/Memory Stick PRO Duo MSX-M256S (256 MB), MSX-M512S (512 MB)/High Speed Memory Stick PRO Duo MSX-M256N (256 MB), MSX-M512N (512 MB), MSX-M1GN (1 GB) /PC Card Adaptor for Memory Stick MSAC-PC3 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.
Press v/V to select Name and press Nx.
The window for selecting a folder name is displayed.
Notes on formatting (initializing)
Memory Stick is shipped with a FAT format as the standard format. To format Memory Stick, use devices conformable with the Memory Stick. When you format Memory Stick, always perform the procedures in Formatting the Memory. Note We cannot guarantee operations if the Memory Stick is formatted on your PC In the list view
Press xSTOP to stop the recording.
Press v or V to select the day of the week, and press Nx.
Press v/V to select a folder name and press Nx. Press xSTOP to exit the menu mode.
The folder is labeled with the selected name and its associated icon.
Dividing a Message
You can divide a message during recording or playback, so that the message is divided into two and the new message number is added to the divided message. 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. You can divide messages until the total number of messages in the folder becomes 999. Notes
Due to the recording system of an IC recorder, you may not be able to divide a message in some cases. For the details, see Troubleshooting. If you divide a message with priority mark(s), priority mark(s) will be added to both parts of the divided message. The recorded date and time (the starting date and time of recording) of the divided messages are identical to the original message. If you divide a named message, the both parts of the divided messages will have the same message name. If you divide a message with an alarm setting, the alarm setting remains only with the former message divided. If you divide a message to which the bookmark is set with the supplied Digital Voice Editor, the bookmark is erased from the divided messages.
Recording with an External Microphone or Other Equipment
Recording with an external microphone
Connect an external microphone to the m (microphone) jack. 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. External Stereo microphone (not supplied)
To play back at the same time every day
Press v or V to select DAILY, and press Nx.
You can also add priority mark(s) using the supplied Digital Voice Message 2 Editor software. But messages are not sorted in order of the number of the priority marks unless you sorted by the number of priority marks using the software.
About the minimum recording unit
When recording a message in the Memory Stick, the relevant information of the message, the number of folders, or others is recorded in addition to the message itself. As the number of messages or folders increase, the remaining memory reduces accordingly. To record a message or add a folder, you need the time of the minimum recording unit. Although the actual recording time of a message may be less than that of the minimum recording unit, the time of the message is counted as a minimum recording unit. If the remaining recording time of the inserted Memory Stick is less than that of the minimum recording unit, you cannot add a message or a folder in the Memory Stick. The minimum recording unit in each recording mode ST STLP SP LP 8 seconds 8 seconds 8 seconds 22 seconds
You can divide a message during recording pause.
When you press DIVIDE during playback: The message is divided into two at the point you pressed the button, and Dividing appears for 3 seconds. The message numbers of the following messages will increase by one.
When you insert the Memory Stick for the first time (initializing the memory) ACCESS appears in the display window. If you insert a Memory Stick for the first time after purchasing or one with no data, 5 folders (FOLDER01 to FOLDER05) will be made in the Memory Stick automatically. Notes while ACCESS appears
The unit is accessing data while ACCESS appears in the display window or the OPR indicator lights or flashes in red or orange. While accessing, do not remove the Memory Stick, the batteries or AC adaptor (not supplied). Doing so may damage the data. 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.
Tape recorder, etc. To the i (headphones) jack Notes
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.
About added folder names The new folder is labeled automatically with the icon and double figures or letter like FOLDER04 or FOLDERAB. If there is a missing number or letter among the folder names, the new one is labeled using the missing number or letters automatically. You can change the folder icon and name as you like.
Press b (MENU), and select (Erase) by pressing v/V, and then press Nx.
You cannot divide a message.
You cannot divide a message in a folder which has 999 messages. If you divide messages frequently, the unit may become unable to divide a message.
Press v/V to select Format and press Nx.
The window for selecting the memory to be formatted is displayed. Note
When the Memory Stick is not inserted, this window does not appear. Skip to step 4.
If an Error Message is displayed
If the following error messages are displayed, do the remedies described here. Should any problem persist after you have made these checks, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Message 1 Message 2 Message 3 Message 4
Erasing a folder
Display the folder you want to delete.
Once a folder has been erased, you cannot retrieve it. When erasing a folder that contains recorded messages, please check the contents.
The message numbers increase. To play the divided message Press v or V to display the message number as the divided messages each have message numbers.
Removing the Memory Stick
Make sure that ACCESS disappears, and the unit is in the stop mode. Then push the Memory Stick into the unit. When it pops out, remove it from the slot as shown below.
Alarm already set for the same time.
You set the alarm to play back a message at the date and time previously set on another message. Change the alarm setting.
BVarious Ways of Playback
Moving Messages to a Different Folder Move Function
You can move the recorded messages to another folder. When you move a message to another folder, the one in the previous folder will be erased. Example: Moving Message 3 in FOLDER01 to FOLDER03
Press v/V to select the media (Built-In or Memory Stick) that you want to format and press Nx.
The window for executing format is displayed.
Batteries are weak. Replace batteries with new ones. When the remaining batteries are short, you cannot erase a message or format the memory.
Locating quickly the point you wish to start playback (Easy Search)
You can quickly locate the point you wish to start playback by pressing v (.)/V (>) repeatedly during playback. This function is useful when locating a desired point in a long recording. Set Easy Search in the menu as follows: ON: You can go back for approx. 3 seconds by pressing v (.), or advance for approx. 10 seconds by pressing V (>). OFF*:You can go back or forward the messages by pressing v/V (./>).
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