DIGITAL VOICE RECORDER
DIGITALES DIKTIERGERÄT
ENREGISTREUR VOCAL NUMÉRIQUE
GRABADORA DE VOZ DIGITAL
REGISTRATORE VOCALE DIGITALE
PA-VR10E
PA-VR5E
OPERATION MANUAL
BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG
MODE D’EMPLOI
MANUAL DE MANEJO
MANUALE DI ISTRUZIONI
SHARP CORPORATION
• ENGLISH ...................... Page 1
• DEUTSCH .................... Seite 33
• FRANÇAIS ................... Page 69
• ESPAÑOL .................... Página 104
PRINTED IN CHINA / IMPRIMÉ EN CHINE / IMPRESO EN CHINA
• ITALIANO ..................... Pagina 139
05AT(TINSZ0786EH01)
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Warnings
Using the Product
Never use the earphones or operate the digital voice recorder
while driving a car or riding a motorcycle or bicycle. Doing so could
result in a traffic accident.
DEUTSCH
While walking, never turn up the volume so high that you cannot
hear what is going on around you. (Be particularly careful when
crossing railroad tracks or crossing the street.) Failure to exercise
appropriate caution could result in a traffic accident.
FRANÇAIS
Do not disassemble or modify the product. Doing so could result in
fire, damage or malfunction.
Do not use the product in the bath, in locations where it is exposed
to rain, or in excessively humid places. Doing so could result in fire,
damage or malfunction.
ESPAÑOL
Cautions
Using the Product
Do not place the product in excessively cold locations or near an
open flame. Doing so could result in fire or damage.
ITALIANO
Do not place the product where it will be exposed to direct sunlight
for extended periods of time (in particular, closed locations such
as inside an automobile) or near heating equipment. Doing so
could result in deformation or discoloration of the product, or in fire
or damage.
Do not place the product in an unstable location. Doing so could
result in the product falling and could cause injury or damage.
Do not place the product in a location where it will be exposed to
oily fumes or steam. Doing so could result in fire or damage.
Do not leave the product in places where there is a likelihood of
grit or foreign matter getting inside it, for example dusty or sandy
locations such as a beach. Doing so could result in fire or damage.
Do not expose the product to excessive pressure or force, for
example by putting it in your back trouser pocket or carrying it in a
crowded train. Doing so could result in deformation of or damage to
the product.
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Do not turn up the volume excessively. Listening through earphones
at a very high volume for extended periods of time can damage your
hearing. Be sure to exercise appropriate caution.
Do not place magnetic cards, etc., near the speaker. The speaker
contains magnets. Do not place magnetic media such as credit cards
with magnetic strips, magnetically encoded prepaid cards,
videocassettes, etc., near the speaker. Doing so could corrupt the
digital data encoded in the magnetic media.
Do not place the product where it will be exposed to strong
magnetic fields or near equipment that emits such fields. Making
必
recordings
in places with strong magnetic fields, such as near highず wires, or near equipment that emits electromagnetic waves,
tension
お
such as mobile phones, can cause noise in the recorded audio.
読
み
く
だ
Cautions
さ
い
Using Batteries
● Improper use of the batteries can cause them to rupture or catch
fire. Improper use can also cause fluid leakage that could corrode
the product or soil the user’s hands or clothing.
Be sure to observe the following precautions regarding battery
usage.
• Make sure the positive (+) and negative (–) contacts are
oriented correctly when inserting batteries.
• Do not use batteries of different types together. Do not mix new
and old batteries.
• Do not leave exhausted batteries in the product.
• Should fluid that has leaked from the batteries get in your eyes,
flush your eyes thoroughly with clean water and immediately
seek medical attention immediately. Failure to do so could result
in permanent eye damage.
• Should fluid that has leaked from the batteries get on your skin
or clothing, rinse immediately and thoroughly with water.
• Never place batteries in water, expose them to an open flame,
disassemble them or deliberately short the contacts.
• Do not use rechargeable batteries with the product.
• If the product will not be used for an extended period of time,
remove the batteries to prevent damage from fluid leakage.
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Information Stored in Memory
Information stored by the user in the product’s memory can be
altered or erased due to improper use of the product, exposure to
static electricity or electromagnetic noise, malfunction and repair,
or if the batteries are replaced incorrectly. Be sure to make a
permanent note on paper, etc., of important information stored
in the product’s memory.
FRANÇAIS
NOTICE
• SHARP assumes no responsibility for any loss or damage arising
from improper use of the product and its accessories by the
customer or any third party, malfunction during use, or any other
problems caused by the use of the product and its accessories,
except in cases where legal liability exists.
• The information provided in this manual is subject to change
without notice.
• Use only a SHARP approved service facility.
ESPAÑOL
Contents
ITALIANO
Page
Part names ....................................................................................... 4
Using the PA-VR10E/5E for the first time ........................................ 6
Settings .......................................................................................... 12
Recording ...................................................................................... 14
Playing recordings ......................................................................... 16
Deleting .......................................................................................... 20
Other Functions ............................................................................. 21
Important Information ................................................................... 28
Troubleshooting ............................................................................. 31
Specifications ................................................................................. 32
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Part names
1 23
13
7
4
18
8
5
6
9
必
ず
お
読
み
く
だ
さ
い
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
14
15
16
10
11
12
17
Microphone jack
Built-in microphone (page 13)
Earphone jack (page 19)
Display (page 5)
Cursor buttons
▲ (VOL+), ▼ (VOL-), 1 (5 for skip/search) and
0 (4 for skip/search)
OK button
HOLD switch (page 25)
RECORD/PAUSE button (page 14)
FOLDER/REPEAT button (page 14)
ERASE button (page 20)
PLAY/PAUSE button (page 16)
STOP/MENU button (page 8)
Reset button (page 6)
Speaker (page 19)
Clip
USB jack (PA-VR10E only) (page 26)
Battery cover (page 6)
Record/play lamp (page 14, 16)
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Display
1
9
10
2
11
3
4
12
5
6
14
13
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15
16
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DEUTSCH
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ESPAÑOL
1. Folder no.: Indicates the number of the folder in which
recorded data files are stored (page 14).
2. Date/File no.: Indicates the month/file no. of each recorded
audio file (page 15).
3. Date/Event marking no.: Indicates the day/event marking
number (page 16).
4. Settings mode: Displayed when making settings (page 10).
5. Remaining time: Indicates the remaining time available for
recording (page 15) or that of the timer.
6. Playback speed: Indicates the playback speed (page 16).
7. Settings/Playback time, etc.: Indicates the setting item,
playback time, etc. (page 8).
8. Volume: Indicates the volume level (page 16).
9. Battery level: Indicates the amount of battery charge remaining
(page 29).
10. Recording: Displayed while recording is in progress (page 15).
11. Repeat playback: Displayed while repeat playback is in
progress (page 17).
12. Recording mode: Indicates the recording quality (page 12).
13. Silence skip recording: Displayed while silence skip recording
is in progress (page 13).
14. Message alarm function: Indicates that an alarm has been set
(page 23).
15. Timer function: Indicates that the timer has been set (page 24).
16. Recording scheduler function: Displayed when the recording
scheduler function has been
activated (page 21).
17. Clock mode: Displayed when the clock mode has been
activated (page 7).
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Screen displays and examples
• The screens actually displayed on the recorder may differ from
the example screens shown in this manual.
Using the PA-VR10E/5E for the first time
Before you attempt to use the recorder, insert the batteries and
reset (initialize) the recorder to initialize its status.
必
ず
お
Inserting
the batteries and resetting (initializing)
読
theみrecorder
く
だ
Remove the battery cover as shown in the diagram below.
さ
い
1
2
Insert the batteries provided with the recorder.
Ensure that the batteries are inserted with the correct polarity.
Indent
3
Fit the battery cover back in its original position, by aligning
with the indent on the side of the recorder.
4
Using a ballpoint pen or similar tool, press the reset button
on the back of the recorder.
A reset confirmation message (“RESET?”) appears on the
display.
• Do not use objects with extremely sharp or flexible points to
press the Reset button.
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FRANÇAIS
Press the OK button.
When “OK?” appears on the display, press the OK button
again.
The “RESET…” message appears on the
display briefly and changes to “RESET!”,
then the screen for setting the date and
time appears.
To set the date and time, follow from step 5
of the procedure on page 10.
ESPAÑOL
5
DEUTSCH
RESET?
2005Y
ITALIANO
• If the display does not appear, try pressing the reset button again.
If the display still does not appear, reinsert the batteries once again
by repeating steps 1 to 5.
Clock and standby mode screens
Clock mode screen
Month Day
The recorder switches to the clock
mode if it is not used for approximately 30 seconds. To restore
recorder operation, press the OK or
PLAY/PAUSE button or any of the
cursor buttons (▲, ▼, 1, 0). The
Time
13 35 25 display
standby mode screen shown below
then appears.
* If you press the RECORD/PAUSE button, the recorder starts
recording. There may be a gap of a few seconds before recording
actually begins. The indication “WAIT…” appears on the display
during this time.
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Standby mode screen
This screen shows the folder number,
file number and the recording date/
event marking time.
Pressing the OK button switches to a
screen showing the recording time
for marked events.
Subsequent presses of the OK button
toggle between the two screen
displays.
必
ず
お
読
み
く
だ
さ
い
Using
File number
Folder number
Event marking
number
20 14 30
Date
(day only)
Time
00 15 32
Recording
date/event
marking
time
Recording
time for the
marked
event
the Settings Menu
The settings menu enables you to make recording settings or select
alarm functions. To make recording, select from among the setting
items shown on the menu screen. (Refer to the menu listing on the
following page.)
1
Press the STOP/MENU button once or twice to
display the menu screen (the screen with the
“SET” indication).
2
Use the ▲ (+) or ▼ (-) cursor button to select a
function and then press the OK button to display
the settings screen for the selected function.
• The “SET” menu contains 4 settings. Use the
cursor buttons to select an option and then
press the OK button.
3
To change the setting, use the ▲ (+) or ▼ (-)
cursor button to select the desired value and
then press the OK button to confirm the setting.
※Refer to the respective settings page for
details.
4
When you have completed the settings, press
the STOP/MENU button to return to the original
screen.
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● Menus
Press the STOP/MENU button once or twice.
▲
▲
Press the OK button.
▲
▲
Recording scheduler
function (page 21)
SCHED
▲
Microphone
sensitivity setting
(page 13)
SENSE
FRANÇAIS
▲
CODEC
▲
▲
▲
Message alarm
function (page 22)
ALARM
▲
▲
SET
Recording mode
setting (page 12)
DEUTSCH
Setting menu (page 12)
Silence skip
recording setting
(page 13)
▲
ESPAÑOL
VAFON
▲
Timer function (page 24)
▲
▲
Date and time
setting (page 10)
T I MER
▲
▲
CLOCK
Playback speed
setting (page 16)
ITALIANO
▲
SPEED
▲
▲
: Press the ▲ (+) or ▼ (-) cursor button.
▲
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Setting the date and time (Clock setting)
You must set the date and time before using the recorder for the
first time and after installing new batteries.
1
Press the STOP/MENU button once or twice to display the
menu screen.
SET
the OK button.
2 ず必Press
The settings mode screen appears.
3
お
読
み
く
Press the ▲ (+) or ▼ (-) cursor button until the “CLOCK”
だ
(time settings) screen appears.
さ
い
CLOCK
4
Press the OK button.
The “year” display flashes.
2005Y
5
Press the ▲ (+) or ▼ (-) cursor button to
select the year.
The year can be set between 2000 and
2099.
6
Press the OK button to confirm the
selected year setting.
Next, the “month” display
flashes.
2005Y
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Press the OK button to confirm the
selected month setting.
Next, the “day” display flashes.
9
Press the ▲ (+) or ▼ (-) cursor button to
select the day.
Press the OK button to confirm the
selected day setting.
Then use the same procedure to set the
“hour” and “minute” settings.
ESPAÑOL
10
ENGLISH
8
DEUTSCH
Press the ▲ (+) or ▼ (-) cursor button to
select the month.
FRANÇAIS
7
11
After you have confirmed the “minute”
setting by referring to an accurate
clock, press the OK button.
This completes the date and time setting
procedure and returns you to the menu
screen.
12
Press the STOP/MENU button.
ITALIANO
10 25
Tip
• Press the 1 (5) cursor button to go to the preceding item.
• The screen will return to the clock mode if you do not press any
buttons for 30 seconds or more. In order to set the seconds
accurately against a radio time signal, press the ▲ (+) and ▼ (–)
cursor buttons alternately until just before the time signal you
are waiting for to ensure that 30 seconds does not elapse with
no button presses.
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Settings
In this section it is explained how to select the settings required to
use the recorder’s various functions.
Screen display
Recording mode setting ............................... CODEC
Microphone sensitivity setting ..................... SENSE
Silence skip recording setting ...................... VAFON
Date and time setting .................................... CLOCK
必
ず
Setting
the recording mode
お
You読
can select HQ (high-quality recording), SP (standard-quality
み
recording)
or LP (long-play recording) as the recording mode.
く
だ
Press the STOP/MENU button once or
さ
twice to display the menu screen.
い
1
SET
2
Press the OK button.
The settings mode screen appears.
3
Press the ▲ (+) or ▼ (-) cursor button until the “CODEC”
(recording mode settings) screen appears, then press the OK
button.
Recording
The recording mode setting screen appears.
mode indicator
The displayed setting changes in the
sequence shown below each time you
press the ▲ (+) or ▼ (-) cursor button.
HQ ↔ SP ↔ LP ↔ HQ...
CODEC
Recording modes and recording times
PA-VR10E:
HQ mode: Approx. 4 hours
SP mode:
Approx. 8.5 hours
LP mode:
Approx. 28 hours
PA-VR5E:
HQ mode: Approx. 2 hours
SP mode:
Approx. 4 hours
LP mode:
Approx. 14 hours
HQ mode: Records at
the recorder’s highest
quality.
SP mode: Records at
the recorder’s standard
quality.
LP mode: Records for a
long time but at
reduced quality.
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Select a recording mode and press the OK button.
ENGLISH
4
Setting the microphone sensitivity
Press the STOP/MENU button once or twice to display the
menu screen.
2
Press the OK button.
The settings mode screen appears.
3
Press the ▲ (+) or ▼ (-) cursor button until the “SENSE”
(microphone sensitivity settings) screen appears, then press
the OK button.
The microphone sensitivity settings screen appears.
The setting switches between HIGH and
LOW each time you press the ▲ (+) or ▼
(-) cursor button.
FRANÇAIS
1
DEUTSCH
You can select the sensitivity of the recorder’s internal microphone
from two levels.
H I GH
4
ESPAÑOL
HIGH: A high-sensitivity mode that enables you to record
peripheral sound also.
LOW: The normal sensitivity mode. Ideal for dictation.
Select the microphone setting and press the OK button.
ITALIANO
Setting silence skip recording
Silence skip recording (VAFON) is a function that automatically
pauses recording when the sound being recorded becomes inaudible.
1
Press the STOP/MENU button once or twice to display the
menu screen.
2
Press the OK button.
The settings mode screen appears.
3
Press the ▲ (+) or ▼ (-) cursor button until the “VAFON”
(silence skip recording settings) screen appears, then press
the OK button.
The silence skip recording settings screen appears.
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Press the ▲ (+) or ▼ (-) cursor button to
select ON or OFF.
ON: Enables silence skip recording.
OFF: Returns to normal voice recording.
4
ON
Press the OK button.
Icon display
SET
必
ず
お
読
Setting
the date and time
み
See く
“Setting the date and time” on page 10 for information on
だ
setting
さ the date and time.
い
Recording
The PA-VR10E/PA-VR5E has four folders for storing voice
recordings, which allows you to group recordings by category or
occasion. The total recording time (page 12) is shared between all
the folders, and there is no limit on the part of the total time that may
be stored in any one folder. Each folder may contain up to 127
recordings (files).
1
Press the FOLDER/REPEAT button to select the folder in
which the recording will be stored and then press the OK
button.
The displayed folder changes in the sequence shown below
each time you press the FOLDER/REPEAT button.
Folder 1 ➝ Folder 2 ➝ Folder 3 ➝ Folder 4 ➝ Folder 1...
Folder display
2
When you press the RECORD/PAUSE button, “REC” appears
on the display along with the file number for the new
recording, and recording begins. The lamp on the back of the
recorder lights red.
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Recording display
Folder display
File number
08 15 27
To stop recording, press the STOP/MENU button.
DEUTSCH
3
ENGLISH
Remaining
recording time
Recording mode
Notes on recording voice
ESPAÑOL
FRANÇAIS
• You can record up to 127 files in each folder.
• When no available recording time remains, “FULL” appears on
the display and you cannot make any more recordings. Erase
some unwanted files and then try again.
• When you press the RECORD/PAUSE button, “FULL” may appear
on the display even though some available recording time
remains. Erase some unwanted files and try again.
• The record/play time indication is only approximate.
• Do not remove the batteries while recording.
• You may connect a commercially available microphone and use it
for recording, but the quality of the audio cannot be guaranteed.
※ Do only connect cable of microphone less than 1.0 m to the
digital voice recorder.
Tip
ITALIANO
• When the clock mode screen is displayed, you can begin recording
by pressing the RECORD/PAUSE button. Voice is then recorded
using the current folder and recording settings. There may be a
gap of a few seconds before recording actually begins.
To pause recording
Press the RECORD/PAUSE button while the recorder is running.
“PAUSE” appears on the display and recording is paused.
To resume recording, press the RECORD/PAUSE button again.
Silence skip recording function
When silence skip recording is set to ON (see page 13), recording
pauses when the sound being recorded becomes inaudible.
Under certain conditions the beginning of a recording may not be
recorded. In such cases, turn this function OFF.
Inserting event marking numbers
You can insert event marking numbers into a file so that you can
quickly locate a section you want to listen to again later. When a file
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contains event marking numbers, you can skip backwards or
forwards to the part you want to hear by pressing the 1 (5) or
0 (4) cursor button during playback.
• Up to 50 event marking numbers can be inserted into each file.
1
Press the OK button during recording or during playback.
A new event marking number appears on the display.
Recording or playback continues after the marking number has
been inserted. You can insert additional marking numbers in
the same way.
必
ず
お
読
み
く
だ
さ
い
Event marking number
00 17 52
Playing recordings
1
Press the FOLDER/REPEAT button to select the desired
folder and then press the OK button.
2
5 ) or 0 (4
4 ) cursor button to select the
Use the 1 (5
desired file number.
3
Press the PLAY/PAUSE button to start playback.
The lamp on the back of the recorder lights green.
4
Use the ▲ (VOL+) and ▼ (VOL-) cursor buttons to adjust the
playback volume.
5
To stop playback, press the STOP/MENU button.
Playback stops automatically when the end of the file is
reached.
To pause playback
Press the PLAY/PAUSE button during playback. “PAUSE” flashes on
the display and playback is paused.
To resume playback, press the PLAY/PAUSE button again.
To change the playback speed
1
Press the STOP/MENU button once or twice to display the
menu screen.
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2
Press the ▲ (+) or ▼ (-) cursor button
until the “SPEED” (playback speed
settings) screen appears, then press the
OK button.
The settings screen appears.
3
Press the ▲ (+) or ▼ (-) cursor button to select “FAST,”
“REG” or “SLOW.”
ENGLISH
DEUTSCH
Icon display
FAST: Fast playback
REG: Playback.
SLOW: Slow playback
Press the OK button.
FAST
FRANÇAIS
4
NORMAL
Repeat playback
Event marking repeat
ESPAÑOL
This function repeatedly plays back a section between 2 event
marking numbers in the recording currently playing.
Press the FOLDER/REPEAT button during playback to repeatedly
play back the section between event marking numbers. See
“Inserting event marking numbers” on page 15 for more information on event marking numbers.
ITALIANO
Flashing
00 17 21
File repeat
This function repeatedly plays back the file currently playing.
To repeatedly play back the entire file, hold down the FOLDER/
REPEAT button for 1 second or longer during playback.
Flashing
00 08 35
Cancel repeat
To return to normal playback, press the FOLDER/REPEAT button
during repeat playback.
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Skip/Search
File skip
You can skip to the previous or next file by briefly pressing the 1
(SKIP/SEARCH 5) or 0 (SKIP/SEARCH 4) cursor button.
If the current file contains event marking numbers, this procedure
skips to the previous or next event marking number.
Mode
status
SKIP/SEARCH
button pressed
Stopped
必
5 or 4
ず
お
読
み
く
だ
Playback
さ
い
4
(File advance)
5
(File rewind)
Result
Displays the previous or next file
number. If the current recording
contains event marking numbers, the
previous or next event marking number
is displayed.
Displays the next file number and begins
playback from the beginning of that file.
If the current recording contains event
marking numbers, the next event
marking number is displayed and
playback begins from that number.
Displays the previous file number and
starts playback from the beginning of
that file. If the current recording
contains event marking numbers, the
recorder displays the previous event
marking number and starts playback
from the beginning of that event.
File search
This function searches within files in the Fast forward/Fast rewind
mode while the left (5) or right (4) SKIP/SEARCH button is
held down. If the current file contains event marking numbers, the
recorder searches by marked events.
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5
(Fast rewind)
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DEUTSCH
Scans forward through the current file.
When you release the right (4) skip/
search button, normal playback
resumes. If the current recording
contains event marking numbers, the
recorder scans forward to the end of
the current event and then skips
forward one event marking number at a
time. When the last event marking
number in the file is reached, the
recorder starts skipping forward one
file at a time. When you release the
right (4) skip/search button,
playback starts from the beginning of
the file (or marked event) that has been
reached.
FRANÇAIS
4
(Fast forward)
Result
Scans backward through the current file.
When you release the left (5) skip/
search button, normal playback
resumes. If the current recording
contains event marking numbers, the
recorder scans backward to the
beginning of the current event and then
skips backward one event marking
number at a time. When the first event
marking number in the file is reached,
the recorder starts skipping backward
one file at a time. When you release the
left (5) skip/search button, playback
starts from the beginning of the file (or
marked event) that has been reached.
ESPAÑOL
Playback
SKIP/SEARCH
button (Press and
hold)
ITALIANO
Mode
status
Using the earphone
You can listen to your recordings through the earphone provided
simply by plugging it into the recorder’s earphone jack. When the
earphone is connected, no sound is played through the speaker.
Notes: • Do not turn the volume up too high when using the
earphone as this could damage your hearing.
• Do not connect an earphone to the recorder other than
the one provided.
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Deleting
Deleting event marking numbers
1
Press the FOLDER/REPEAT button, select a folder and then
press the OK button.
2
5) or 0 (4
4) cursor button and select the
Press the 1 (5
desired file number.
5 ) or 0 (4
4) cursor button and select the
the 1 (5
3 必Press
event marking number to be deleted.
Flashing
ず
the ERASE button.
4 読おPress
“DEL.?” appears and the selected event
5
marking number flashes.
み
く
だ
さ
DEL. ?
い
Press the OK button.
“DELETE!” appears and the event marking number is deleted.
• The remaining event marking numbers are adjusted after
the number is deleted.
Note: Only the event marking number is deleted. The audio
data referenced by the event marking number is not
deleted.
Deleting during playback
• Follow steps 4 and 5 above while the event marking number
appears on the display.
Deleting files
1
Press the FOLDER/REPEAT button, select a folder and then
press the OK button.
2
5) or 0 (4
4) cursor button and select
Hold down the 1 (5
the file number to be deleted.
3
Hold down the ERASE button for
1 second or longer.
“DEL.?” appears and the
selected file flashes.
4
Press the OK button.
“DELETE!” appears and the file is deleted.
Flashing
DEL. ?
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ENGLISH
• The remaining file numbers are adjusted after the file is
deleted.
Deleting during playback
DEUTSCH
• Follow steps 3 and 4 above while the file number appears on the
display.
Deleting all the files in a folder
1
Press the FOLDER/REPEAT button, select a folder and then
press the OK button.
2
Hold down the ERASE button for
approximately 5 seconds or longer.
“DEL.?” appears and the selected folder
number flashes.
3
Press the OK button.
“DELETE!” appears and all the files in the folder are deleted.
FRANÇAIS
Flashing
ESPAÑOL
DEL. ?
Deleting during playback
• Follow steps 2 and 3 above.
ITALIANO
Other Functions
Recording scheduler function
This function enables you to automatically make a recording at a
set time by specifying the start and end times.
1
Press the STOP/MENU button once or twice to display the
menu screen.
2
Press the ▲ (+) or ▼ (-) cursor button until the “SCHED”
(recording scheduler function) screen appears, then press
the OK button.
Icon display
The recording scheduler settings screen
appears with the “hour” setting for the start
time flashing.
3
Press the ▲ (+) or ▼ (-) cursor button to
select the hour.
13 20 FR
Start time
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4
Press the OK button to confirm the displayed hour.
The “minutes” setting then starts flashing.
5
Press the ▲ (+) or ▼ (-) cursor button to
select the minutes.
13 30 FR
Press the OK button to confirm the displayed minutes.
The “hour” setting for the end time then
starts flashing. Use the same procedure to
select the hour and minute settings for the
14 30 TO
end time.
必
ず
After you have confirmed the “minutes” setting, press the
お
OK button.
読
み
This completes the time setting procedure and returns you to
く
the menu screen.
だ
Tip さ
い
Press the 1 cursor button to go to the preceding setting. Press the
0 cursor button to go to the next setting.
6
7
• Recording begins slightly before the scheduled recording time.
• Settings such as the recording mode and microphone sensitivity
used for scheduled recording are those that were set before
recording begins.
• If the scheduled time is reached while you are playing a
recording, playback stops and the recorder starts recording.
• If the scheduled time is reached while the digital voice recorder
is connected to a personal computer, a flashing indication
appears on the display and recording does not take place.
To cancel the settings
1
Display the recording scheduler settings screen. (See steps 1
and 2 on page 21.)
2
Press the ERASE button.
“DEL.?” appears on the display.
3
Press the OK button.
“DELETE!” appears and the settings are deleted.
Message alarm function
This function enables the recorder to play a pre-recorded message or
sound an alarm tone at a set time. You can set up to 3 alarms at one
time.
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Press the STOP/MENU button once or twice to display the
menu screen.
2
Press the ▲ (+) or ▼ (-) cursor button until the “ALARM”
(message alarm function) screen appears on the display,
then press the OK button.
The ALARM 1 screen appears.
• To select ALARM 2 or ALARM 3, press
ALARM 1
the ▲ (+) or ▼ (-) cursor button.
DEUTSCH
1
ENGLISH
Playing a message
Icon display
Press the OK button to display the ALARM
settings screen.
FRANÇAIS
3
4
Press the ▲ (+) or ▼ (-) cursor button until the “MSG”
(message) screen appears on the display. Then press the OK
button.
The RECORD screen appears.
5
Press the OK button to start recording.
(1) A “REC 3, 2, 1” countdown appears on the display,
followed by “START” to indicate that you should begin
recording the message.
The recorded message can be up to 15
seconds long. A countdown on the
15
display shows the remaining time.
• To stop recording mid-way, press the OK button.
ESPAÑOL
CH I ME
ITALIANO
RECORD
(2) When you have finished recording the message, the
“MSG” display flashes and the recorder plays back the
recorded message.
(3) Then a confirmation message “OK?” appears on the
display.
• If you are happy with the recording, press the OK button.
• To redo the recording, press the ▲ (+) cursor button to
return to the RECORD screen selected in step 4.
6
Press the OK button to display the alarm time settings
screen.
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7
Press the ▲ (+) or ▼ (-) cursor button to select the “hour”
setting for the start time and then press the OK button.
Next, the “minutes” setting flashes. Use the same procedure to
select the minutes setting and then press the OK button.
8
Press the ▲ (+) or ▼ (-) cursor button to select “ONCE” or
“DAILY” and then press the OK button.
(The “ONCE” setting plays the alarm
message one time only. The “DAILY” setting
plays the alarm message every day.)
DA I LY
Tip
必
• Toずuse a message recorded earlier, use the ▲ (+) or ▼ (-) cursor
お
button
after step 4 to select “RECALL” and then press the OK
読
button.
Then set the alarm time.
み
• Messages
are recorded with the microphone sensitivity set to
く
だ
“LOW”
and “HQ” selected as the recording mode. These settings
さ be changed.
cannot
い
• If the set time is reached while you are playing a recording,
playback stops and the recorder plays the message alarm.
• If the set time is reached while you are making a recording, the
message alarm icon flashes on the display but recording is not
interrupted.
• If the set time is reached while the digital voice recorder is
connected to a personal computer, the message alarm icon
flashes on the display. The recorder plays the message alarm as
soon as it is disconnected from the personal computer.
Using an alarm tone
To have the recorder sound an alarm tone, select “CHIME” in step 4
and then set the alarm time.
Timer function
The recorder’s timer function sounds an alarm once a set time has
elapsed. You can set the timer delay to be from 1 to 99 minutes.
1
Press the STOP/MENU button once or twice to display the
menu screen.
2
Press the ▲ (+) or ▼ (-) cursor button until the “TIMER”
(timer function) screen appears on the display, then press
the OK button.
The timer delay settings screen appears.
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Press the ▲ (+) or ▼ (-) cursor button to select a timer delay
(1 to 99 minutes), then press the OK button.
The timer starts running.
ENGLISH
3
• To stop the timer while it is running, press the STOP/MENU
button.
DEUTSCH
Hold function
FRANÇAIS
Setting the HOLD switch to the locked
position locks the
recorder in its current status and disables the other buttons. Use
this feature to prevent the recorder’s buttons from being pressed by
mistake. To unlock the recorder status, set the HOLD switch to the
unlocked
position.
Storing your recordings on a PC (Only possible with the PA-VR10E)
ESPAÑOL
You can store material captured using the digital voice recorder on
a personal computer in the form of data files. It is also possible to
transfer such data files from the personal computer back to the
digital voice recorder at a later date.
Your personal computer must meet the system requirements listed
below in order to connect the digital voice recorder and store
recorded material.
Supported models
IBM PC/AT compatible
Supported
operating systems
Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional/
XP Home/Me/2000 Professional/98/98SE
USB port
One USB port (version 1.1 or above)
required to connect to the digital voice
recorder
ITALIANO
● Personal Computer Running Microsoft Windows
Note:
If your PC is running Windows 98 or 98 SE, you will need to install
a dedicated USB driver. You can download the USB driver from the
website at the URL given below. After downloading the driver, read
the instructions on the website for how to install it.
Digital Voice Recorder Support page:
http://www.sharp.co.uk/voicerecorder
• Users of other OS versions should read the information provided
on the website support pages.
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• Microsoft and Windows are either registered trademarks or
trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the U.S. and/or other
countries.
Connecting the digital voice recorder to a personal computer
To connect to a PC, purchase a commercially available USB cable
(USB (A) male-USB (Mini-B) male).
• Do only connect USB cable less than 1.2 m to the digital voice
recorder.
the smaller connector of the USB cable into the USB
1 必Plug
jack of the digital voice recorder.
ず
the larger connector into a USB port on your personal
2 読おPlug
computer.
み
く
Notes:
だ
• Do
さ not force the USB connectors when inserting them. If the
い
connector
cannot be plugged in easily, make sure it is not upside
down.
• Connect the digital voice recorder directly to a USB port on your
PC using a USB cable.
• Make sure the digital voice recorder is powered on before
connecting it to your PC.
• Make sure the recorder is not connected to the PC during
recording or playback.
Folder structure when connected to a PC
When the recorder is connected to a PC, it appears as a removable
drive in Microsoft Windows. The recordings are stored on this
removable drive in the folder structure shown below.
.......................... Removable drive
..................... SACM folder
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........... 1 folder
Corresponds to folder 1 on the recorder
........... 2 folder
Corresponds to folder 2 on the recorder
........... 3 folder
Corresponds to folder 3 on the recorder
........... 4 folder
Corresponds to folder 4 on the recorder
........... NONVOICE folder
Used for recorder operations
........... SETTINGS folder
Used for recorder operations
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Backing up recorded audio data
ENGLISH
The audio recordings are stored as data files in folders 1 to 4. To
store these files on your PC, copy folders 1 to 4 to a folder of your
choice. Refer to the Microsoft Windows User’s Manual for
instructions on copying files and folders.
Transferring audio data back to the digital voice recorder
DEUTSCH
To transfer audio files stored on your PC to the recorder so that you
can listen to them, copy folders 1 to 4 from your PC to the SACM
folder on the removable drive. Copying stored folders from your PC
to the recorder will overwrite the folders and files previously stored in
the recorder, and their contents will be lost forever. Appropriate care
is therefore necessary when performing this step.
ITALIANO
ESPAÑOL
FRANÇAIS
Notes:
Be sure to keep the following points in mind when connecting the
recorder to a PC.
• Do not use your personal computer to format the removable drive
representing the digital voice recorder. Doing so could cause the
recorder to malfunction, possibly making it impossible to record
or play back audio correctly, reducing the recording time or
causing data corruption.
• Do not create new folders inside the SACM folder or delete or
rename the folders it contains. Doing so could cause the recorder
to malfunction, possibly resulting in data loss or the deletion of
recorder settings.
• Do not copy files other than audio files recorded using the
recorder to the folders inside the SACM folder. Doing so could
cause the recorder to malfunction.
• If you try to play a file in an incompatible format to the recorder,
“ ? ? ?” appears on the display and the file does not play.
• Always copy audio recordings from the recorder to your PC, or
from your PC to the recorder, an entire folder at a time. Attempting
to copy individual files could result in the accidental deletion of
important files from the recorder or cause it to malfunction.
• Do not change the names, attributes or extensions of audio files.
Doing so could cause the recorder to malfunction.
• Do not unplug the USB cable while data transfer is in progress.
Doing so could result in data corruption or cause the recorder to
malfunction.
• Do not connect the digital voice recorder to your PC during
recording or playback.
• Do not copy so many audio files to the recorder that its storage
capacity is used up. Doing so may result in a very short available
recording time or recording may not be possible at all.
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• Recorded data is stored in the audio files in a proprietary format. It
is not possible to play audio files recorded using the recorder on
your PC using Windows Media Player or similar applications.
• Do not connect the recorder to your PC when the batteries are
dead or if there are no batteries in the recorder. Doing so could
cause the recorder to malfunction or could result in the recorder
not being recognized as an external drive by the PC.
Disconnecting the digital voice recorder
• After confirming that data transfer is complete and performing the
procedure for removing hardware from the personal computer,
必 the USB cable from the digital voice recorder.
unplug
ず recorder remains in “LINK…” status until it is disconnected
• The
お
from
読 the PC.
み
く
だ
Important Information
さ
い
Replacing the batteries
Once the batteries are becoming exhausted, you will no longer be
able to record or play back voice recordings. Before replacing the
batteries, be sure to read the following information carefully and
observe the instructions closely.
Batteries used
Type
Model
Quantity
AAA-size alkaline batteries
LR03
2
※ Use only the designated battery type. Other batteries may have
different capacities or voltages and could cause malfunctions or
faults.
Notes:
• Remove the batteries if the recorder will not be used for a
long period.
• Never remove batteries while the recorder is operating.
Removing the batteries during recording, while recording is
paused, during playback, or while erasing is in progress
could result in recorded data not being saved or in loss of all
recorded data.
• Leaving depleted batteries in the recorder may result in
battery fluid leakage and damage to the recorder.
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ENGLISH
Notes:
• The batteries supplied with the recorder were included at
shipment and may become exhausted before their suggested
operating time.
DEUTSCH
When to replace the batteries
The
icon in the top-right corner of the display indicates when
the batteries are becoming exhausted and should be replaced soon.
FRANÇAIS
Battery level icons
: Full
: Low
Battery operating times
• Continuous recording time (in LP mode): Approx. 8 hours
• Continuous playback time (in LP mode): Approx. 6 hours
Slide the battery cover in the direction of the arrow to
remove it.
2
3
Remove the used batteries.
4
Fit the battery cover back in place.
The screen for setting the date and time appears on the
display.
To set the date and time, follow from step 5 of the procedure
on page 10.
ITALIANO
1
ESPAÑOL
Battery replacement procedure
Insert the new batteries.
Ensure that both replacement batteries are new and that they
are inserted with the correct polarity.
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Dealing with problems
In very unusual circumstances, such as exposure to strong external
electrical interferences or a strong impact, all the buttons on the
recorder may cease to function. If this happens, reset the recorder
as described below.
Reset procedure
Using a ballpoint pen or similar tool, press the reset button
on the back of the recorder.
The “RESET?” message appears on the display.
必
ず
Press the STOP/MENU button.
お
The screen for setting the date and time appears on the
読
display.
み
To set the date and time, follow from step 5 of the procedure
く
on page 10.
だ
さ
い
Initialization
procedure
1
2
If resetting the recorder does not remedy the problem, try initializing the recorder.
Never initialize the recorder unless absolutely necessary as this
will erase all the data on the recorder.
※This procedure will erase all the recordings stored on the recorder
and will reset all the recorder settings (date/time, etc.) to their
initial values.
1
Using a ballpoint pen or similar tool, press the reset button
on the back of the recorder.
The "RESET?" message appears on the display.
2
Press the OK button.
When “OK?” appears on the display, press the OK button
again.
The “RESET!” message appears on the display briefly and then
the screen for setting the date and time appears.
To set the date and time, follow from step 5 of the procedure
on page 10.
Cleaning the recorder
Use a soft dry cloth to clean the recorder.
Do not use volatile fluids such as thinners or benzene or a
dampened cloth as this could result in deformation or discoloration
of the recorder.
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ENGLISH
Troubleshooting
If the problems described below occur, it does not necessarily
mean that the recorder is faulty. Check the suggested items before
requesting repairs.
The recorder will not
record.
• Are the batteries exhausted?
• If the “FULL” indication is displayed, try
deleting some unwanted files.
The recorded voice is not
audible.
• Is the earphone connected?
• Is the volume set too low?
The recorded voice is too
low.
• Is the microphone sensitivity set to
LOW during recording? Set the microphone sensitivity to HIGH. (See page
13.)
The duration of the recorded audio is shorter
than the actual recording
time
FRANÇAIS
• Is the HOLD switch set to the locked
position?
ESPAÑOL
Nothing happens when
any button is pressed.
ITALIANO
Nothing appears on the
display.
• Are the batteries exhausted?
• Are the batteries inserted with the
correct polarity?
※ If neither of the above apply, try the
reset procedure.
DEUTSCH
Check this
Problem
• Is silence skip recording turned on?
(See page 13.)
The beginning of the recording is cut off.
The recording is hard to
hear.
• Is the recording mode set to LP?
(See page 12.)
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Specifications
Model
Name
Internal memory
必
ず
お
読
み
く
だ
Input/output
terminals
さ
い
Speaker
Clock accuracy
Operating temperature
Maximum power
Power supply
Continuous battery
operation time
Dimensions
Accessories
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Earphone: 3.5 mm dia.;
impedance: 32 Ω
Microphone: 3.5 mm dia.;
impedance: 2.4 kΩ
USB jack (Mini-B) (PA-VR10E only)
23 mm dia.
Average ±1 min./month (at 25°C)
0°C to 40°C
70 mW
3V (DC): AAA-size alkaline batteries
(LR03) (2)
Approx. 8 hours (continuous recording in LP mode)
Approx. 6 hours (continuous playing
in LP mode)
• Volume at factory setting (initial
level)
※ Varies depending on the operating
conditions and type of usage. The
above figure is only an approximate
guide and is in no way guaranteed.
PA-VR10E: Approx. 66 g (including
batteries)
PA-VR5E: Approx. 65 g (including
batteries)
31 (W) × 111 (D) × 16.8 (H) mm
AAA-size alkaline batteries (2),
earphone, operation manual
Weight
PA-VR10(En)
PA-VR10E/PA-VR5E
Digital voice recorder
PA-VR10E: 64 MB
PA-VR5E: 32 MB
Recording times
PA-VR10E:
HQ mode: Approx. 4 hours
SP mode: Approx. 8.5 hours
LP mode: Approx. 28 hours
PA-VR5E:
HQ mode: Approx. 2 hours
SP mode: Approx. 4 hours
LP mode: Approx. 14 hours
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In Europe:
This equipment complies with the requirements of Directive
89/336/EEC as amended by 93/68/EEC.
Dieses Gerät entspricht den Anforderungen der EGRichtlinie 89/336/EWG mit Änderung 93/68/EWG.
Ce matériel répond aux exigences contenues dans la
directive 89/336/CEE modifiée par la directive 93/68/CEE.
Dit apparaat voldoet aan de eisen van de richtlijn 89/336/
EEG, gewijzigd door 93/68/EEG.
Dette udstyr overholder kravene i direktiv nr. 89/336/EEC
med tillæg nr. 93/68/EEC.
Quest’ apparecchio è conforme ai requisiti della direttiva 89/
336/EEC come emendata dalla direttiva 93/68/EEC.
∏ ÂÁηٿÛÙ·ÛË ·˘Ù‹ ·ÓÙ·ÔÎÚ›ÓÂÙ·È ÛÙȘ ··ÈÙ‹ÛÂȘ
ÙˆÓ Ô‰ËÁÈÒÓ Ù˘ ∂˘Úˆ·˚΋˜ ∂ÓˆÛ˘ 89/336/∂√∫,
fiˆ˜ Ô Î·ÓÔÓÈÛÌfi˜ ·˘Ùfi˜ Û˘ÌÏËÚÒıËΠ·fi ÙËÓ
Ô‰ËÁ›· 93/68/∂√∫.
Este equipamento obedece às exigências da directiva 89/
336/CEE na sua versão corrigida pela directiva 93/68/CEE.
Este aparato satisface las exigencias de la Directiva 89/336/
CEE, modificada por medio de la 93/68/CEE.
Denna utrustning uppfyller kraven enligt riktlinjen 89/336/
EEC så som kompletteras av 93/68/EEC.
Dette produktet oppfyller betingelsene i direktivet 89/336/
EEC i endringen 93/68/EEC.
Tämä laite täyttää direktiivin 89/336/EEC vaatimukset, jota
on muutettu direktiivillä 93/68/EEC.
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DIGITAL VOICE RECORDER
DIGITALES DIKTIERGERÄT
ENREGISTREUR VOCAL NUMÉRIQUE
GRABADORA DE VOZ DIGITAL
REGISTRATORE VOCALE DIGITALE
PA-VR10E
PA-VR5E
OPERATION MANUAL
BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG
MODE D’EMPLOI
MANUAL DE MANEJO
MANUALE DI ISTRUZIONI
SHARP CORPORATION
• ENGLISH ...................... Page 1
• DEUTSCH .................... Seite 33
• FRANÇAIS ................... Page 69
• ESPAÑOL .................... Página 104
PRINTED IN CHINA / IMPRIMÉ EN CHINE / IMPRESO EN CHINA
• ITALIANO ..................... Pagina 139
05AT(TINSZ0786EH01)
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