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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
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/
The OPR indicator does not light.
The LED in the menu is set to OFF. Display the menu and set the LED to ON.
1 Press b (MENU) to display the
Operating the Menu
During stop, playback or recording, you can use the menu to change the operation modes in playback and recording, display mode, or other settings. Display the menu and change the settings as follows: How the display changes in the menu mode Entering the menu mode (1)
7 xSTOP button
Press here to stop operation.
Sound is heard when no headphones or active speaker are connected.
qk VOICE UP (Digital Voice Up) ON/OFF switch
You can make the playback sound well-balanced and more audible by enabling the Digital Voice Up function as follows: ON: Digital Voice Up function is activated. Inaudible low-level part of a recorded message is amplified so that the overall recording is adjusted to its optimum level. OFF: A message is played back without Digital Voice Up function. Note
Depending on the area you purchased the unit, the Digital Voice Up switch name shown on the unit may differ.
You cannot start recording.
The memory is full. Erase some of the messages. Or use the Digital Voice Editor to save the IC recorder messages to the hard disk of your PC. You can also use the Memory Stick with sufficient capacity. The write-protect switch on the inserted Memory Stick is set to LOCK. 999 messages have already been recorded in the selected folder. Select another folder or erase some of the messages.
9 MEMORY STICK slot
Insert the Memory Stick Duo or Memory Stick PRO Duo here.
2 Press v/V to select
Declaration of Conformity
Trade Name: Model: Responsible Party: Address: SONY ICD-MX20 Sony Electronics Inc. 16450 W. Bernardo Dr, San Diego, CA 92127 USA Telephone Number: 858-942-2230 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.
Press v/V to select the digits for the year.
v: to decrease the number V: to increase the number
(Preferences) and then press Nx. 3 Press v/V to select Date&Time. The current time is displayed in the right bottom of the display window.
1 enter the menu mode. 2 select the desired menu ( / / 3 select the desired menu item. go back to the previous step. /
Press b (MENU). ). Press v/V and press Nx. Press v/V and press Nx. Press v/V to select and press Nx. ( If does not appear, press b. ) Press v/V and press Nx. Press xSTOP.
0 USB connector
Use the USB cable to connect a PC here.
Selecting the item in the desired menu (2, 3)
qa VOLUME (volume) +/ button
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.
All rights reserved. This manual or the software described herein, in whole or in part, may not be reproduced, translated or reduced to any machine readable form without prior written approval from Sony Corporation. IN NO EVENT SHALL SONY CORPORATION BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR SPECIAL DAMAGES, WHETHER BASED ON TORT, CONTRACT, OR OTHERWISE, ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THIS MANUAL, THE SOFTWARE OR OTHER INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN OR THE USE THEREOF. Sony Corporation reserves the right to make any modification to this manual or the information contained herein at any time without notice. The software described herein may also be governed by the terms of a separate user license agreement. This software is for Windows and cannot be used for Macintosh. The supplied connecting cable is for the IC recorders ICD-MX20. You cannot connect other IC recorders.
Recording is interrupted.
The advanced VOR (Voice Operated Recording) function is activated. Set VOR in the menu to OFF.
Recording is interrupted (when recording from an external device).
If you use an audio connecting cable without a resistor to connect the sound source to the IC recorder, sound may be recorded interrupted. Make sure to use a resistance audio connecting cable.
You can record the maximum of 999 messages in each folder of the initially 5 folders (FOLDER01 to FOLDER05). In all the folders of the built-in memory, you can record the maximum of 1,012 messages. 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.
Recording Messages Recording Messages
Message 1 Message 2 Blank space Newly recorded message
Mic Sense Maximum recording time* (built-in memory)
The maximum recording time of all the folders is as follows. You can record messages for the maximum recording time in a single folder. Recording modes** ST Approx. 1 hr. 25 min. STLP Approx. 2 hr. 45 min. SP Approx. 4 hr. 20 min. LP Approx. 11 hr. 45 min. (hr.: hours/min.: minutes) * In continuous recording ** Recording modes: ST: Standard play stereo recording mode/STLP: Long play stereo recording mode /SP: Standard play monaural recording mode/LP: Long play monaural recording mode
1 Folder icon
Displays the icon of the current folder. You can change the icon with the Edit Folder in the menu.
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. Headphones plug is dirty. Clean the plug.
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.
0 Recording mode indication
Displays the current recording mode specified with the REC Mode in the menu: ST: Standard play stereo recording mode STLP: Long play stereo recording mode SP: Standard play monaural recording mode LP: Long play monaural recording mode
**Displays whether you can change the setting in each operation mode (Stop: stop mode/Play: playback mode/Rec: recording mode): OK shows the setting can be changed and shows the setting cannot be changed.
qa VOR (Voice Operated Recording) indicator
Appears when the VOR in the menu is set to ON and the voice operated recording is activated.
* About one hour after you pause recording, recording pause is automatically released and the unit goes into the stop mode.
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ICD-MX20 GB U/CA/CE7/CEQ/E/JE/KR3/CN 2-587-525-11 (1)
BVarious Ways of Recording
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 specified date, once every week, or the same time everyday. You can also sound the alarm without playing back a message. Note
When the clock is not set or no messages are recorded, you cannot set the alarm.
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.)
Adding Priority Mark(s) Priority Mark Function
Usually the recorded messages are lined up in the order of recording. By adding priority mark(s) (v) to important messages, you can renumber the messages in the order of their priority. There are four levels, vvv (the most important), vv, v, and None (no priority mark). You can add priority marks both in the stop mode and in the playback mode.
Press v/V to select Icon and press Nx.
The window for selecting a folder icon is displayed.
Adding a Recording to a Previously Recorded Message
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.
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.
Depending on the folder icon you choose, there is no associated name. If you edit folder icons and names, folder icons and names will not be associated.
Press v/V to select Priority and press Nx.
The window for setting priority marks is displayed.
Changing a folder name
Folders have been labeled automatically with double figures or letter like FOLDER04 or FOLDERAB, but you can label folders as you like by using template names.
Notes on use
When you slide the write-protect switch to the write protect position, you cannot record, edit, or delete the data. (Some types of Memory Stick Duo are not equipped with write-protect switch.) Connector On power Operate the unit only on 3 V DC. Use two LR03 (size AAA) alkaline batteries. Write-protect switch Place the label here. Avoid removing the Memory Stick from the unit while the unit is reading or writing data. Data may be damaged in such occasions: While the unit is reading or writing data, the Memory Stick is removed or the batteries are removed. Or the AC power adaptor (not supplied) is removed. The Memory Stick is used in a location subject to electrostatic or electronic noises. We recommend that you save backup of the important data. 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 place a magnetic card near the speaker of the unit, the card may be affected by the magnet of the speaker and may become unusable. Please keep a magnetic card away from the unit. If you have any questions or problems concerning your unit, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Added recording When Overwrite is selected in the menu You can add an overwrite recording after the selected point in a recorded message. The part of the message after the selected point is deleted. The starting point of an overwrite recording
B Other Information
Press v/V to select Erase AllMSG and press Nx.
The window for erasing all the messages in a folder is displayed.
Press v/V to select the number of the priority marks with which you want to mark. Press Nx.
Display the folder you want to change the name. Press b (MENU), and (Edit) by select pressing v/V, and then press Nx.
The deleted part of Message 3
Press v/V to select Execute and press Nx.
The confirmation window is displayed.
Set the alarm date.
To play back on a desired date 1 Press Nx while DATE is selected. The year digits will be selected. 2 Press v or V to select the year digits and press Nx. The month digits will be selected. 3 Set the month and day in sequences. To play back once a week
The messages will be renumbered.
Added overwrite recording in Message 3
Press v/V to select Yes and press Nx.
All the recorded messages contained in the folder are erased. The folder itself will not be erased.
Messages with priority mark(s)
During playback, press zXREC/PAUSE briefly.
The Add REC? or Overwrite? will appear and the unit stops in the recording stand-by mode.
e.g. When there are 3 messages in a Messages are sorted in order of folder
Press v/V to select Edit Folder and press Nx.
The window for editing a folder is displayed.
While the Add REC? or Overwrite? appears, press zXREC/PAUSE again.
The OPR indicator will turn in red. An add or overwrite recording starts.
To cancel erasing Press xSTOP before step 4. Note
If a folder contains a lot of messages, it may take long to erase all the messages.
the number of priority mark(s) (v) in a folder. Messages without a priority mark are moved behind the messages with priority mark(s).
If there are over 2 messages with the same number of priority marks in a folder, these messages are sorted by the recorded date and time. (The oldest one comes first.)
Press v/V to select Name and press Nx.
Press v/V to select Erase Folder and press Nx.
The window for erasing the folder is displayed.
Maximum recording time and number of messages* (in a Memory Stick)
SP** LP** 4 h. 20 m. 11 h. 45 m. 8 h. 50 m. 23 h. 35 m. 17 h. 45 m. 47 h. 25 m. 34 h. 10 m. 91 h. 10 m. 67 h. 25 m. 179 h. 45 m. 136 h. 50 m. 364 h. 55 m. (h.: hours/m.: minutes) * In continuous recording/playback * In approximate hours and minutes * The maximum number of messages in a folder is 999. When there are 5 folders in the Memory Stick, you can record up to 1,012 messages. ** Recording modes: ST: Standard play stereo recording mode/STLP: Long play stereo recording mode/SP: Standard play monaural recording mode/LP: Long play monaural recording mode 32MB 64MB 128MB 256MB 512MB 1GB ST** 1 h. 25 m. 2 h. 50 m. 5 h. 50 m. 11 h. 10 m. 22 h. 5 m. 44 h. 55 m. STLP** 2 h. 45 m. 5 h. 35 m. 11 h. 10 m. 21 h. 35 m. 42 h. 35 m. 86 h. 25 m.
Data not supported
The file is not supported by the unit, or the file itself is corrupted.
File not supported
The unit does not support the file type of the selected message. You cannot play back or edit the file.
Display the message you want to move.
Formatting of the selected media starts.
Folder/File is protected.
Messages have been set to Read-only in the computer. You cannot edit or erase Read-only messages and folders. Remove the check for Readonly under Properties of files.
The folder is erased.
Once a recording has been erased, you cannot retrieve it.
After formatting, 5 folders (FOLDER01 to FOLDER05) are automatically made in the memory in the same way when you insert batteries for the first time after purchasing.
Playing back a message repeatedly Repeat Play
Repeating a message
Set Play Mode in the menu to Repeat and press Nx. The and Repeat MSG will be displayed and the selected message will be played back repeatedly.
To resume normal playback
Set Play Mode in the menu to One MSG or Cont Play.
To cancel erasing Press xSTOP before step 4. Notes
You cannot delete the last folder left in a drive. After deleting a folder, the name of the remaining folders are not changed. If FOLDER03 is erased, for example, the name of FOLDER04 will remain the same. If the folder contains recorded message, Messages in folder will be erased will be displayed. If you do, the folder and the contained messages are erased.
Using the Digital Voice Editor Software
By connecting the IC recorder to your computer, you can use the Digital Voice Editor software to do the following: Saving the IC recorder messages on your computers hard disk. Transferring the PC messages back to the IC recorder. Playing or editing the messages on your computer. Sending a voice e-mail message using MAPI e-mail software. Transcribing your IC recorder message using Dragon NaturallySpeaking speech-recognition software (not supplied). For the details, see the supplied Digital Voice Editor 2 software operating instructions.
Memory Stick Error
Insert the Memory Stick again. After inserting, if this message is displayed again, the inserted Memory Stick may be out of order.
Playing back the specified section repeatedly A-B Repeat
While playing back a message, you can set the start (A) and end (B) points for a section you wish to play repeatedly.
Remaining messages are renumbered.
Memory Stick is locked.
The write-protect switch on the inserted Memory Stick is set to LOCK. You cannot record, edit or format in this condition. Slide the switch to the writable position.
Display the message you want to erase.
The message is moved to the destination folder. Messages are sorted in order of the recorded date and time.
During playback, press A-B (repeat) briefly.
The starting point (A) of the section you wish to play repeatedly is set. A-B B? appears.
Using the Memory Stick (not supplied) with the unit When you purchase Memory Stick, make sure that you select 32MB, 64MB, or 128MB Memory Stick Duo with a logo , or 256MB, 512MB, or 1GB Memory Stick PRO Duo with a logo.
The selected folder does not have any messages. Or, the selected drive does not have any folders. Without messages or folders, you cannot set the alarm or do other operations.
During playback, press A-B (repeat) briefly again.
The finishing point (B) of the section is set. A-B Repeat is displayed and the specified section is played back repeatedly.
You cannot move a message to the other drive.
About the Memory Stick
What is Memory Stick?
Memory Stick is small, light-weighted, and nextgeneration IC storage media with a larger capacity than a floppy disc. You can use the Memory Stick to exchange data among Memory Stick compatible devices. In addition, you can use the Memory Stick as a removable external storage device to save your data. In a Memory Stick, you can save image data from other device in addition to the sound files of the IC recorder.
Only one folder remains.
You cannot erase the last folder remained in the drive.
Use the USB connecting cable supplied to connect the USB connectors of the IC recorder and your computer. To USB connector To USB connector USB connecting cable (supplied)
To set the clock of the unit automatically Set Date&Time in the menu to Automatic and connect the unit to the PC after the Digital Voice Editor is started. The clock of the unit is automatically set according to the internal clock of your PC.
The IC recorder failed in memory access because the memory is corrupted or a system error occurred.
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