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Basic Operations Various Recording Modes Playback/Erasing Editing Messages Utilizing the Menu Function Utilizing Your Computer Troubleshooting Additional Information Index
2007 Sony Corporation
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Table of Contents
Checking the contents of the package...5 Index to Parts and Controls..6
Playing Back Messages..25 Adjusting the playback speed DPC (the Digital Pitch Control function)...28. Playing back a specified section repeatedly A-B Repeat.29 Playing Back a Message at a Desired Time with an Alarm..29 Erasing Messages..31 Erasing messages one by one.32 Erasing all messages in a folder...32
Step 1: Preparing a Power Source.11 Inserting the battery..11 When replacing/charging the battery...13 Step 2: Setting the Clock..15
Moving Message to a Different Folder...33
Various Recording Modes
Starting to Record Automatically in Response to Sound the VOR Function...21 Recording with an External Microphone..22 Recording from Other Equipment.23 Recording sound from a telephone or a cell phone..24
Utilizing the Menu Function
Making Settings for the Menu..34.
Utilizing Your Computer
Using the IC Recorder with Your Computer..44 System requirements.44 Connecting the IC recorder to your computer..45 Disconnecting the IC recorder from your computer..46 Using Voice Recognition Software.46 Introducing the voice recognition software..46 Creating a user file adapted to your recorded speech (Training)..47. Playing Back Transferred MP3 Files Using the IC Recorder..48 Construction of folders and files...50. Using the IC Recorder as a USB Mass Storage Device..51
Recording with Other Equipment.59 Using a USB AC Adaptor (not supplied)...60 Disconnecting the IC recorder from the AC outlet..61 Precautions..62 Specifications..63 Index...65
Troubleshooting...52 Error messages..56 System limitations..58
Checking the contents of the package
IC Recorder (1)
Carrying pouch (1) Operating Instructions
You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment.
LR03 (size AAA) alkaline battery (1)
Stereo headphones (1)
USB connection support cable (1)
Index to Parts and Controls
Refer to the pages indicated in parentheses for details.
Operation indicator (15, 17, 18, 25, 40, 61) Built-in microphones (stereo) (17) Display window (8) Control key (, /VOL (volume) +, VOL )/ENT (enter) button*1 (folder)/MENU button (17, 25, 32, 33, 34, 49) (headphone) jack*2 (17, 19, 25, 26, 59) (microphone) jack (22, 23)
(record/pause) button (17, 18, 21, 37) (stop) button (18, 26, 27, 30, 33, 34) (cue/fast forward) button (25, 26, 27) (play/stop) button (18, 25, 27) (review/fast backward) button (18, 25, 26, 27) (repeat) A-B button (25, 29) HOLD switch*3 DPC switch (25, 28, 38) Opening for a handstrap (A handstrap is not supplied.) USB cap Speaker Battery compartment (11)
*1 How to use the control key Press the key toward the left or right to adjust the volume. Also use the key to change the menu settings or to select a folder. In the menu setting window or folder selection window, press the key upward or downward to select the item or the folder you want, and then press the center of the key (ENT) to confirm the setting.
*2 Connect the supplied or commercially available stereo headphones to the (headphone) jack. If unwanted noise is heard, wipe the headphones plug clean.
*3 When you slide the HOLD switch in the direction of the arrow in the stop mode, the IC recorder turns off within a few seconds. To turn the IC recorder on, slide the HOLD switch in the opposite direction from that of the arrow. During recording and playback slide the switch in the direction of the arrow to lock all the functions of all the buttons so that you can prevent inadvertent operations.
Operation mode indicator Displays the following, depending on the current operation mode : stop : playback : recording : recording standby/recording pause : recording with the VOR function : recording pause with the VOR function (flashing) If you press (record/pause) to pause recording when VOR is set to ON in the menu, only flashes.
: review/fast backward, cue/fast forward : going backward/forward continuously Folder name/ Message title name/ Artist name indication Press the control key toward or to display a folder name, message title name, and artist name in sequence. Elasped time/Remaining time/ Recording date and time indication Selected message number/Total number of messages in the folder Microphone sensitivity indicator Displays the microphone sensitivity. (high) : To record at a meeting or in a quiet/spacious place. (low) : To record for dictation or in a noisy place. Alarm indicator Appears when the alarm is set for a message.
Recording mode indicator Displays the recording mode set using the menu when the IC recorder is in the stop mode, and displays the current recording mode when the IC recorder is in the playback or recording mode. : Standard play stereo recording mode with high quality sound : Standard play stereo recording mode : Long play stereo recording mode : Standard play monaural recording mode : Long play monaural recording mode Remaining battery/Charging indicator When a dry battery is used, the indicator shows the remaining battery power. While charging the rechargeable battery an animation appears.
Remaining recording time indication Displays the remaining recording time in hours, minutes, and seconds. If there is more than 10 hours time remaining, the time is displayed in hours. If there is more than 10 minutes and less than 10 hours time remaining, the time is displayed in hours and minutes. If there is less than 10 minutes time remaining, the time is displayed in minutes and seconds.
Step 1: Preparing a Power Source
Inserting the battery
When using Sony NH-AAA rechargeable battery (not supplied)
1 Follow the steps 1 and 2 on
3 Press (stop) to stop recording.
The IC recorder stops at the beginning of the current recording.
Tips While recording you can lock all the functions of all the buttons so that you can prevent inadvertent operations by sliding the HOLD switch in the direction of the arrow. Messages recorded using this IC recorder will be recorded as MP3 files. When you purchase the IC recorder, there are 5 folders already available, and you can record up to 99 messages in each folder.
To pause recording*
Do this Press (record/pause). During recording pause, the operation indicator flashes in red and flashes in the display window. Press (record/pause) again. Recording resumes from that point. (To stop recording after pausing recording, press (stop).) Press. Recording stops and playback starts from the beginning of the message just recorded. Press and hold during recording or recording pause. Recording stops and you can search backwards while listening to fast playback sound. After you release , playback starts from that point.
release pause and resume recording
While the operation indicator is flashing or is lit in red or orange, do not remove the battery or connect or disconnect the USB AC adaptor. Doing so may damage the data. Noise may be recorded if an object, such as your finger, etc., accidentally rubs or scratches the IC recorder during recording. Before making a recording, be sure to check the remaining battery/charging indicator (page13). To avoid replacing battery during a long recording session, use a USB AC adaptor (not supplied) (page60). The maximum recording time varies if you record messages in mixed recording mode.
review the current recording instantly review during recording
* One hour after you pause recording, recording pause is automatically released and the IC recorder enters the stop mode.
Selecting the recording mode
Select the recording mode in the REC MODE menu. ST : High-quality stereo recording mode (44.1kHz/192kbps) You can record with stereo highquality sound. STSP : Standard play stereo recording mode (44.1kHz/128kbps) You can record with stereo sound. STLP : Long play stereo recording mode (22.05kHz/48kbps) You can record for a longer time with stereo sound. SP : Standard play monaural recording mode (44.1kHz/ 32kbps) You can record with standard quality sound. LP : Long play monaural recording mode (11.025kHz/8kbps) You can record for a longer time with monaural sound. To record with better sound quality, select the ST or STSP mode.
Monitoring the recording
Connect the supplied headphones to the (headphone) jack and monitor the recording. You can adjust the monitoring volume by pressing the control key toward VOL + or VOL , but the recording level is fixed.
Maximum recording time
The maximum recording time of all the folders is as follows. ICD-UX60
ST mode 6 hr. SP mode 36 hr. 5 min. STSP mode 9 hr. LP mode 144 hr. 30 min. STLP mode 24 hr. 5 min.
ST mode 12 hr. 5 min. STSP mode 18 hr. 5 min. STLP mode 48 hr. 20 min.
SP mode LP mode 72 hr. 30 min. 290 hr. 10 min.
ST mode STSP mode STLP mode 24 hr. 10 min. 36 hr. 20 min. 96 hr. 50 min. SP mode LP mode 145 hr. 20 min. 581 hr. 20 min.
Starting to Record Automatically in Response to Sound the VOR Function
The recording starts when the IC recorder detects sound. The recording pauses when no sound is detected and and flash. When the IC recorder detects sound again, the recording starts again.
To cancel the VOR function
Set VOR to OFF in the menu. Notes
The VOR function is affected by the sound around you. Set MIC SENS in the menu according to the recording conditions. If recording is not satisfactory after you have changed the microphone sensitivity, or for an important recording, set VOR to OFF in the menu. If you press (record/pause) to pause recording when VOR is set to ON in the menu, only flashes.
1 Press the control key toward or
and then press ENT.
to set VOR to ON in the menu,
2 Press (record/pause).
and appear in the display window.
Recording with an External Microphone
2 Press the control key toward or
to select MIC IN, and then press
3 Speak into the external microphone
and start recording. The built-in microphone is automatically cut off. If the input level is not strong enough, adjust the microphone sensitivity on the IC recorder. When a plug in power type microphone is connected, power is automatically supplied to the microphone from the IC recorder.
Recommended microphones You can use the Sony ECM-CS10 or ECM-CZ10 electret condenser microphone (not supplied).
The alarm sounds even if you set BEEP to OFF in the menu.
Turns the operation indicator on or off during operation. ON*: During recording or playback, the operation indicator lights or flashes. OFF: The operation indicator does not light or flash, even during operation.
When the IC recorder is connected to a computer, the operation indicator lights or flashes even if LED is set to OFF.
Menu items BACKLIGHT
Settings (*: Initial setting) Turns the backlight in the display window on or off. ON*: The backlight in the display window lights up for 10 seconds. OFF: The backlight in the display window does not light, even during operation. The selected message will be moved to the selected folder (page33). Before attempting to move a message, select the message to be moved and then go to the menu window. Sets the alarm (page29). ON: To set the alarm, select ON and set the date, time or day of the week or choose daily for playback. OFF*: The alarm is cancelled. All messages in the selected folder will be erased (page32). Press /MENU to return to the folder window before erasing the messages and select a folder from which all messages are to be erased, and then go to the menu window and select EXECUTE. The selected message will be erased (page32). Before erasing the message, select a message to be erased, and then go to the menu window and select EXECUTE.
ERASE A FILE
Menu items DETAIL MENU
Settings (*: Initial setting)
SELECT INPUT Selects the external input to be recorded that is connected to the (microphone) jack. MIC IN*: Select when you record messages using an external microphone. AUDIO IN: Select when you record using other equipment. DATE & TIME Sets the clock by setting year, month, day, hour, and minute in sequence (page15). FORMAT Sets the formatting of the drive. EXECUTE: FORMATTING appears and the drive will be formatted. CANCEL*: The drive will not be formatted.
Use the IC recorder formatting function to format the memory. When the memory is formatted, all the data stored in the IC recorder will be erased. Once the memory has been erased, you cannot retrieve the data that was erased.
USB CHARGE Sets whether battery will be charged using a USB connection or not. ON*: The battery will be charged. OFF: The battery will not be charged.
If you use a USB AC adaptor (not supplied) to connect the IC recorder to the AC outlet, you can charge battery regardless this setting. Utilizing the Menu Function
Utilizing Your Computer
Port: USB port Sound board: Sound cards compatible with any of the supported operating systems Note
The following systems are not supported: Operating systems other than the ones indicated on the left Personally constructed computers or operating systems Upgraded operating systems Multi-boot environment Multi-monitor environment
Using the IC Recorder with Your Computer
Windows Vista Home Basic Windows Vista Home Premium Windows Vista Business Windows Vista Ultimate Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 2 or higher Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 or higher Windows XP Media Center Edition Service Pack 2 or higher Windows XP Media Center Edition 2004 Service Pack 2 or higher Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 Service Pack 2 or higher Windows 2000 Professional Service Pack 4 or higher Mac OS X (v10.2.8-v10.5) Pre-Installed Note
64bit OS is not supported.
When you are using Windows 2000 Professional
Install the driver using SonyRecorder_ Driver.exe in the IC recorder.
Connecting the IC recorder to your computer
You can transfer the IC recorder data onto your computer by connecting the IC recorder to the computer. Remove the USB cap from the IC recorder and then connect the IC recorder to the USB connector of your computer. The IC recorder is recognized by the computer as soon as the connection is made. While the IC recorder is connected to the computer, CONNECTING is displayed in the display window of the IC recorder.
Tip If the IC recorder cannot be connected to the USB connector of your computer directly, use the supplied USB connection support cable.
USB connection support cable (supplied)
Utilizing Your Computer
If you connect more than two USB devices to your computer, normal operation will not be guaranteed. Use of this IC recorder with a USB hub or a USB connection support cable other than the supplied cable is not guaranteed. A malfunction may occur depending on the USB devices connected at the same time. Before connecting the IC recorder to the computer, make sure that the battery is inserted in the IC recorder. It is recommended that you disconnect the IC recorder from the computer when you are not using the IC recorder connected to the computer.
Using Voice Recognition Software
When voice recognition software (not supplied) is installed on your computer, you can transcribe a message into a text file.
Introducing the voice recognition software
Dragon NaturallySpeaking is a speechrecognition software application that allows you to recognize and transcribe your recorded voice in a message and convert it into a text file. For details on Dragon NaturallySpeaking, refer to the operating instructions supplied with Dragon NaturallySpeaking. For information on using Dragon NaturallySpeaking, refer to the documentation supplied with the software. For the latest version and information on the availability of Dragon NaturallySpeaking in each region, please refer to the following home page: http://www.nuance.com
Using the IC Recorder as a USB Mass Storage Device
When the IC recorder is connected to your computer directly or using a USB connection support cable, image data or text data on the computer, as well as messages or files recorded using the IC recorder can be temporarily stored in the IC recorder. Your computer must meet the operating system requirements and port environment described on page 44 to use the IC recorder as a USB mass storage device.
Tips You can enter title name or artist name, etc., into MP3 files as ID3 tag information. The ID3 tag information can be displayed on the IC recorder. It is useful if you input the ID3 tag information using the software you use to make the MP3 files on your computer. You can display the ID3 tag information in sequence by pressing the control key toward or.
You cannot copy 511 or more folders (except VOICE folders) or files to the root directory that is located immediately below IC RECORDER on the computer. This is due to Windows system limitations. If no title name or artist name has been entered into the ID3 tag information, Unknown will be displayed.
Before taking the IC recorder for repair, check the following sections. Should any problem persist after you have made these checks, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Symptom The IC recorder cannot be turned on. The IC recorder does not operate. No sound comes from the speaker. Sound comes from the speaker even when the headphones are plugged in. The operation indicator does not light. MEMORY FULL is displayed and you cannot start recording. Remedy
The HOLD switch is set. Slide the HOLD switch in the direction opposite that of the arrow. The battery has been inserted with incorrect polarity (page11). The battery is weak (page13). The buttons are locked with the HOLD switch (page8). The volume is turned down completely (page25). Headphones are plugged in (page26). 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. LED is set to OFF (page40). Display the menu and set LED to ON. The memory is full. Erase some of the messages (page31) or erase all the messages after you store them on your computer.
Symptom FILE FULL is displayed and you cannot operate the IC recorder.
99 messages have been recorded in the selected folder or 495 messages (when there are 5 folders) in total have been recorded. Therefore you cannot record another message, or move a message. Erase some of the messages (page31) or erase all the messages after you store them on your computer. The VOR function (page21) is activated. Set VOR to OFF in the menu (page37). An object, such as your finger, etc., accidentally rubbed or scratched the IC recorder during recording so that noise was recorded. The IC recorder 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. The (headphones) plug is dirty. Clean the plug. MIC SENS (microphone sensitivity) is set to LOW (L). Display the menu and set MIC SENS to HIGH (H) (page37). Connect the headphone jack of other equipment to the (microphone) jack of the IC recorder and adjust the volume level on the equipment connected to the IC recorder. The playback speed is adjusted in DPC. Slide the DPC switch to OFF or display the menu and adjust the speed in DPC again (pages28, 38). You have not set the clock (page15). The date of recording will not be displayed if you recorded the message when the clock was not set. 53
The changed menu setting does not function. It takes a long time for the IC recorder to start.
The IC recorder does not operate correctly. The IC recorder does not operate.
Please note that recorded messages may be erased during service or repair work.
Error message BATTERY LOW Cause/Remedy
You cannot format the memory or erase all the files in a folder because of insufficient battery power. Prepare a new battery to replace the current one. Battery is exhausted. Replace the old battery with a new one. Or charge the rechargeable battery or replace the old rechargeable battery with a new one. The remaining memory capacity of the IC recorder is insufficient. Erase some messages before recording. When there are already 99 messages in the selected folder or the total number of the file stored in the IC recorder becomes maximum, you cannot record a new message. Erase some messages before recording a message. You cannot play or edit messages, because the data of the selected file is damaged. The IC recorder cannot be turned on using the computer because there is no copy of the control file required for operation. Format the IC recorder using the formatting function in the menu. The IC recorder failed in memory access. Remove and then reinsert the battery. Save a backup copy of your data and format the IC recorder using the menu.
MEMORY FULL FILE FULL
FILE DAMAGED FORMAT ERROR
Error message SET DATE&TIME NO FILE PAST DATE/TIME FILE PROTECTED
Set the clock; otherwise, you cannot set the alarm. The selected folder does not have any messages. You cannot move a message or set the alarm, etc., because of this. You set the alarm when the time has already passed. Check it and set the appropriate date and time. The selected message is protected and is now a Reading only file. You cannot erase it. Cancel Reading only on your computer to edit the message using the IC recorder. The data does not have a file format which the IC recorder supports. You cannot move a message, because there is more than one folder that has files with same name. Change the file names. A message in the folder cannot be moved.
UNKNOWN DATA CANNOT OPERATE
If there are no MP3 files in the folder, no folders are displayed in the display window, therefore, the folder setting will be changed. A system error other than the above has occurred. Remove the battery and re-insert it.
There are some system limitations of the IC recorder. Troubles as mentioned below are not malfunctions of the IC recorder.
Symptom You cannot record messages up to the maximum recording time. Cause/Remedy
If you record messages in a mixture of ST, STSP, STLP, SP and LP modes, the recordable time varies from the maximum ST mode recording time to the maximum LP mode recording time. The sum of the number on the counter (elapsed recording time) and the remaining recording time may be less than the IC recorders maximum recording time. If you have transferred MP3 files using your computer, those files may not be copied in order of transfer because of the System limitation. Depending on the combination of the characters used for the folder name that was made on your computer, those characters may change to all capitals. You cannot specify the finishing point B before the starting point A that has been set.
You cannot display MP3 files in order. You cannot enter lowercase characters. You cannot specify the finishing point B.
Recording with Other Equipment
Tape recorder, etc. To audio input connector
To the IC recorder RK-G139 HG Stereo mini-plug (without resistor) Stereo mini-plug (without resistor)
To (headphone) jack
Your dealer may not handle some of the above listed optional accessories. Please ask the dealer for detailed information.
To record the sound of the IC recorder with other equipment, connect the (headphone) jack of the IC recorder to the audio input connector (minijack, stereo) of other equipment using an audio connecting cable*.
Using a USB AC Adaptor (not supplied)
USB connector of the IC recorder
1 Remove the USB cap from the
IC recorder and connect the IC recorder to a USB AC adaptor (not supplied). AC outlet.
2 Connect the USB AC adaptor to an
Now you can use the IC recorder while changing the battery. While the battery is charging, the remaining battery/charging indicator are displayed in an animation. When the remaining battery/charging indicator indicates , charging is completed. (Charging time: approx. 8 hours*) When you use the IC recorder for the first time, or after you have not used the IC recorder for a certain time, it is recommended that you charge the battery repeatedly until is displayed. If the remaining battery/charging indicator is not displayed, charging has not been done properly. Proceed from step 1 again.
USB AC adaptor (not supplied)
You can charge the rechargeable battery by connecting the IC recorder to an AC outlet using a USB AC adaptor AC-U50A/ AC-U50AD (not supplied). You can charge the battery while you are using the IC recorder, so that it is useful when you want to record for a long time. Note
While or is being displayed instead of the remaining battery/charging indicator, you cannot charge the battery. Charge the battery in an environment with a temperature of 5 C - 35 C. While playing back messages using the builtin speaker, you cannot charge the battery. During recording (the operation indicator lights or flashes in red) or accessing data (the operation indicator flashes in orange), the IC recorder should not be connected to or disconnected from the USB AC adaptor connected to the AC outlet. the USB AC adaptor connected to the IC recorder should not be connected to or disconnected from the AC outlet. Doing so may damage the data. If the IC recorder is required to process a large amount of data, the start-up window may be displayed for an extended period of time. This is not a malfunction of the IC recorder. Wait until the start-up display disappears from the display window. While a USB AC adaptor (not supplied) is being used, the remaining battery/charging indicator does not appear in the display window.
Disconnecting the IC recorder from the AC outlet
1 If you are recording or playing back 2 Make sure that the operation
a message, press (stop) to put the IC recorder into the stop mode.
3 Disconnect the USB AC adaptor
from the AC outlet, and then disconnect the IC recorder from the USB AC adaptor.
Operate the unit only on 1.5V or 1.2V DC. Use one LR03 (size AAA) alkaline battery or one NH-AAA rechargeable battery. Do not operate the unit while driving, cycling or operating any motorized vehicle. 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 battery and have the unit checked by qualified personnel before operating it any further.
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. To clean the exterior, use a soft cloth slightly moistened in water. Do not use alcohol, benzine or thinner.
Battery...11 Battery life...13 Built-in microphones..6, 17
Folder...25, 32, 33
Connecting the IC Recorder to your Computer..45 Cue/Review...26
Index to Parts and Controls Display window...8 Front...6 Rear....6
DPC (the Digital Pitch Control function).. 28, 35, 38, 63.
LP.. 9, 14, 19, 35, 37, 58, 63
Maintenance...62 Menu ALARM...35, 41 BACKLIGHT..35, 41 BEEP...35, 40 DATE & TIME...36, 42 DETAIL MENU..36, 42 DISPLAY..35, 38 DPC...35, 38. EASY SEARCH..35, 39 EFFECT...35, 39. ERASE A FILE..35, 41 ERASE ALL..35, 41 FORMAT..36, 42 LED..35, 40 MIC SENS...35, 37 MOVE..35, 41 PLAY MODE..35, 40 REC MODE...35, 37. SELECT INPUT..36, 42 USB CHARGE...36, 43 VOR..35, 37
Message number..8, 9 Microphone sensitivity..9, 35, 37. Monitoring the recording..19 Moving Message..33, 35, 41.
Pause recording...18, 21 Playback modes...28 Playing Back Message...25 Playing Back MP3...48 Precautions...62 Preparing a Power Source..11
Rechargeable battery..11, 14 Recording Messages..17 Recording mode...19, 35, 37 Recording time..19 Recording with an External Microphone.22 Recording with Other Equipment.59 Remaining battery/Charging indicator.8, 9
Setting the Clock...15 SP.. 9, 14, 19, 35, 37, 58, 63 Specifications...63 ST.. 9, 14, 19, 35, 37, 58, 63 STLP.. 9, 14, 19, 35, 37, 58, 63 STSP.. 9, 14, 19, 35, 37, 58, 63 System Limitations..58
USB AC Adaptor...60. USB Mass Storage Device..51
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