v2.0 (EN/E)
For your records
user manual
manual de usuario
RP5130
In the event that service should be
required, you may need the model
number and the serial number. In
the space below, record the date
and place of purchase and the
serial number:
Model No.:
Date of Purchase:
Place of Purchase:
Serial No.:
RCA
RCA
RP5130
DTA800A
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la class B
est conforme à la norme du NMB-003
du Canada.
Power Supply
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(battery power) 2 x “AAA”
ESD Remark: In case of misfunction due to electrostatic discharge
just reset the product (disconnect and reconnect of the power
source may be required) to resume
normal operation.
Equipment tested for
compliance as a
complete unit
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.
This equipment has been tested
and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in
a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses, and
can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio
communications.
However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur
in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment
off and on, the user is encouraged
to try to correct the interference
WARNING:
TO PREVENT FIRE OR ELECTRICAL
SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO
RAIN OR MOISTURE.
EN/E
FCC information
It is important to read this instruction prior to using your new product for the first time.
Es importante leer este manual antes de usar por vez primera su equipo.
by one or more of the following
measures:
• Reorient or relocate the
receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation
between the equipment and
receiver.
• Connect the equipment into
an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the
receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or
an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
Changes or modifications not
expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could
void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Service information
This product should be serviced
only by those specially trained in
appropriate servicing techniques.
For instructions on how to obtain
service, refer to the warranty
included in this user manual.
Maintenance
Clean the unit with a soft cloth, or
a damp chamois leather. Never use
solvents.
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Precautions for the unit
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General controls
Important battery
precautions
Do not use the unit
immediately after
transportation from a cold
place to a warm place;
condensation problem may be
resulted.
Avoid shock to the unit
especially during recording.
Recorded data can be
damaged.
Do not store the unit
near fire, places with high
temperature or places with
direct sunlight.
Do not operate or store unit
in places with frequent static
electricity or electrical noise
(e.g. speaker, TV set).
Clean the unit with a soft
cloth or a damp chamois
leather. Never use solvents.
The unit must only be opened
by qualified personnel.
Do not expose this appliance
to rain or moisture.
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Before you begin
Any battery may present
a risk of fire, explosion, or
chemical burn if abused. Do
not try to charge a battery
that is not intended to be
recharged, do not incinerate,
and do not puncture.
Non-rechargeable batteries,
such as alkaline batteries, may
leak if left in your product
for a long period of time.
Remove the batteries from
the product if you are not
going to use it for a month or
more.
If your product uses more
than one battery, do not mix
types and make sure they
are inserted correctly. Mixing
types or inserting incorrectly
may cause them to leak.
Discard any leaky or deformed
battery immediately. They
may cause skin burns or other
personal injury.
Please help to protect the
environment by recycling
or disposing of batteries
according to federal, state,
and local regulations.
Unpacking your player
Auto power shut down
You should have the following:
• one voice recorder
• one USB cable
• one user manual
• one quick start guide
• 2 AAA batteries
The player will be automatically
turned off if left idle for three
minutes.
Installing batteries
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This player can be operated by 2
“AAA” batteries (included).
1. Slide the battery compartment
door to open.
2. Insert the two supplied
“AAA” batteries with
polarities matching
indications.
3. Replace the battery
compartment door.
Refer to the battery level indicator on display for batteries level.
Replace with new batteries when
the indicator is empty.
Turn off the player first
before replacing batteries.
If power interruption
exceeds 20 seconds, date and
time have to be set again.
Using earphones and
external microphone
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When earphones are
connected, sound output from
speaker will be muted.
When external microphone
is connected, no record
can be made from built-in
microphone.
Player on/off
Press and hold to turn on the
player. Press and hold to turn off
the player.
Keys lock
To avoid accidental key activation,
slide the key lock selector toward
the lock icon ( ) to lock the keys.
Reverse the step to unlock the
keys.
Setting day and time
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Display
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8
9
10
1
3
4
6
2
7
12
8
13
3
14
4
5
6
12
13
14
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10
15
5
16 17
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REC – starts and pauses
recording
8.
OFF – stops playback or
recording, turns off player
9.
ON – turns on player, starts
or pauses playback
10.
FWD/
REW – skips /
searches backward or forward,
selects / browses in menu
11. Key lock selector
12. MIC – External microphone
jack
13. EAR – External earphones jack
14. USB jack
7.
Basic operations
1. Voice recording folder (1-6)
2. File selected
3. Total number of files in a
folder
4. Playback in progress
5. Recording in progress
6. Playback speed
7. Total remain time for
recording
8. Music folder
9. Battery level indicator
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10. Key lock function activated
11. Time, date, record time
12. Bookmark
13. Recording conditions
14. Automatic voice recording
activated
15. Area for display messages
(refer to the next section)
16. Playback mode: play one or
play all
17. Recording qualities
18. Key tone is activated
Using MENU key
Select folder
1. Press MENU
repeatedly to
select a specific
folder (1, 2, 3,
4, 5, 6 or ) for
browsing. Default
is folder 1.
2. Press to exit to
stop mode in the
desired folder.
• Folders 1-6 are for storing
voice recordings. Folder
is
for storing mp3 files.
4. Press VOLUME +/– to adjust
listening volume.
or
to
5. Press and hold
make quick search within a
file.
6. Press
or
once to skip
one file forward or backward.
7. Press to stop playback.
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Select file
To select a specific file for playback:
1. Select the folder you need.
2. Press
or
to select the file
you want. If the file you want
is in the current folder, you
can press
or
to select it
directly in both stop and play
modes.
“ALL” is displayed if
you are at the first file
and press
or at the
last file and press
. See
IntroScan for more details.
You can find the files
transferred from the
computer in the
folder.
See “Connecting to
computer” for details of
file transfer.
The MENU key has two functions:
Speed (FAST/SLOW)
Accessing folders
Press MENU repeatedly to select
folders.
Playback mode (one/all)
Tone (on/off)
Folder 1 > 2 > 3 > 4 > 5 > 6 >
Year
Press MENU repeatedly
Day (month/day)
Accessing player menu
1. Press and hold MENU for
about 2 seconds and then
release the button. The first
menu item, DICT or CONF
flashes on display.
DICT
Press and hold MENU for about 2
seconds to access the player menu
Normal playback
Record conditions (DICT/CONF)
1. Select a folder and a file.
2. Press
to start playback.
to pause playback,
3. Press
press again to resume.
Record quality (LP/SP/HQ/SHQ)
12/24 hour time
Time (hour/minute)
Exit player menu
3. Press /
or VOLUME +/–
to make selections or adjust
values.
4. Press to confirm your
selection and exit setting.
You can select between two
recording conditions. Default is
DICT.
Definition
• CONF (Conference) – in a
more open area and recording
source is far from the player.
• DICT (Dictation) – in a more
enclosed area and recording
source is close to the player.
Deleting bookmarks
Setting recording mode
1. Press MENU repeatedly to
select a folder (1-6).
2. Press
or
to select a file.
3. When playback is stopped,
for 2
press and hold
seconds to delete ALL
bookmarks in the file.
You can select between two
recording modes – manual recording and AVR (automatic voice
recording).
current
bookmark
total
number of
bookmarks
2. You can create multiple
bookmarks until “<B> FULL”
is displayed.
IntroScan
To delete all files in a specific
folder:
1. Press MENU repeatedly to
select a folder (1-6).
2. While playback is stopped,
press
repeatedly until ALL
appears on the display.
3. Press ERASE and DEL ALL will
flash on the display.
4. Press and hold ERASE for
about three seconds, all files
in the selected folder will be
erased completely (or press
to cancel erasing all files).
This feature allows playback of
the first three seconds of each file
in a folder.
1. Press MENU
repeatedly to
select a folder
(1-6).
2. Press
or
until ALL shows
on display
3. Press
to start
introductory
playback, INTRO
shows on display.
4. Press
to start playing
current file. Press to exit
IntroScan sooner.
Play one/all
You can choose to play a specific
file or all files in a folder.
1. Press and hold MENU for
about 2 seconds and then
release the button. The first
menu item, DICT or CONF
flashes on display.
2. Press MENU again repeatedly
until ONE or ALL flashes on
display.
3. Press / or VOLUME +/– to
select between ONE and ALL.
Editing
Connecting to computer
Cut
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You can erase unwanted parts
from your recording.
to start playback of
1. Press
the file with the unwanted
part.
2. Press ERASE to
mark the start
of the unwanted
part, CUT-S shows
on display.
3. Press ERASE to
mark the end of
the unwanted
part, CUT-E shows
on display.
4. Press ERASE
again to confirm cutting (or
press to cancel)
• WAIT will show on display.
• When the memory
rearrangement is completed,
the player will continue the
playback.
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Inserting new
segments, adding
appendix and
cutting will only update
the recorded time length,
without changing recording
time and date.
All bookmarks will be
deleted after inserting new
segments, adding appendix
or cutting is performed.
Computer system
requirements
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PC with Windows VistaTM or
Windows® XP (Service Pack 1
or higher) or Windows® 2000
(Service Pack 3 or higher)
USB port 1.1 or 2.0
Installed sound card
Connecting to computer
You can transfer files with your
computer via USB connection.
1. Connect the USB cable
provided to the player’s USB
jack and connect the other
end to your computer’s USB
port.
2. “PCLINK” shows on the
player’s display. The player
appears as a removable drive
in your computer.
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Data transfer is
possible even if no
batteries are installed
in the player.
Do not disconnect the USB
connection during files
transfer.
On some operating system,
a message warning about
“Removing a USB device
without stopping it...”
might appear, you can press
OK to safely ignore it.
Transfer files via Windows
Explorer (drag and drop)
Your player is associated with a
drive letter. From Windows Explorer, highlight all the mp3 files
(not folder) you want to transfer
to your player and drag them to
the folder named “MUSIC” in
the drive. Your mp3 files can be
found in this folder in the player
once it is disconnected from the
computer.
For how long after your purchase:
• One year from date of
purchase.
• The warranty period for
rental units begins with the
first rental or 45 days from
date of shipment to the rental
firm, whichever comes first.
What we will do:
• Provide you with a new, or at
our option, a refurbished unit.
The exchange unit is under
warranty for the remainder
of the original product’s
warranty period.
• Proof of purchase in the form
of a bill of sale or receipted
invoice which is evidence
that the product is within
the warranty period must be
presented to obtain warranty
service. For rental firms, proof
of first rental is also required.
How to make a warranty claim:
• Properly pack your unit.
Include any cables, etc., which
were originally provided with
the product. We recommend
using the original carton and
packing materials.
• Include evidence of purchase
date such as the bill of sale.
Also print your name and
address and a description of
the defect. Send via standard
UPS or its equivalent to:
Thomson Inc.
Product Exchange Center
11721 B Alameda Avenue
Socorro, Texas 79927
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Insure your shipment for loss
or damage. Thomson accepts
no liability in case of damage
or loss en route to Thomson.
Pay any charges billed to you
by the Exchange Center for
service not covered by the
warranty.
A new or refurbished unit
will be shipped to you freight
prepaid.
What your warranty does not
cover:
• Customer instruction. (Your
Owner’s Manual provides
information regarding
operating Instructions and
user controls. For additional
information, ask your dealer.)
• Installation and set-up service
adjustments.
• Batteries.
• Damage from misuse or
neglect.
• Products which have been
modified or incorporated into
other products.
• Products purchased or serviced
outside the USA.
• Acts of nature, such as but
not limited to lightning
damage.
Product Registration:
• Please complete and mail
the Product registration Card
packed with your unit. It will
make it easier to contact you
should it ever be necessary.
The return of the card is
not required for warranty
coverage.
Limitation of Warranty:
• THE WARRANTY STATED
ABOVE IS THE ONLY
WARRANTY APPLICABLE TO
THIS PRODUCT. ALL OTHER
WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED (INCLUDING ALL
IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE) ARE HEREBY
DISCLAIMED. NO VERBAL
OR WRITTEN INFORMATION
GIVEN BY THOMSON INC.,
ITS AGENTS OR EMPLOYEES
SHALL CREATE A GUARANTY
OR IN ANY WAY INCREASE
THE SCOPE OF THIS
WARRANTY.
• REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT
AS PROVIDED UNDER THIS
WARRANTY IS THE EXCLUSIVE
REMEDY OF THE CONSUMER.
THOMSON INC. SHALL NOT
BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES RESULTING FROM
THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT
OR ARISING OUT OF ANY
BREACH OF ANY EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED WARRANTY ON THIS
PRODUCT. THIS DISCLAIMER
or VOLUME +/–
Press MENU
MM
DD
/
AM
or VOLUME +/–
/
or VOLUME +/–
Press MENU
AM
/
or VOLUME +/–
Press MENU
Exit time setting
mode
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You can create up
to 10 bookmarks
in a file. When the
maximum limit is reached,
“<B> FULL” will be shown.
If there are bookmarks in
the currently playing file,
pressing
or
will go
through the bookmarks
first before skipping to the
previous or next file.
Manual Recording
1. While playback is stopped,
select a destination folder
(1-6) by pressing MENU
repeatedly.
2. Press REC to start recording.
(recording time will be
displayed once you press REC)
3. To pause recording, press REC
once, press again to resume
recording.
4. To stop recording, press .
AVR (Automatic Voice
Recording)
This feature allows the player to
sense sound and to record only
when you are speaking into the
microphone. When dictation stops
for about three seconds, recording
will stop and then start again
automatically when you resume
dictation.
1. Press MENU repeatedly to
select a destination folder
(1-6).
2. Press and hold MENU for
about 2 seconds and then
release the button. The first
menu item, DICT or CONF
flashes on display.
3. Press MENU again repeatedly
until AVR flashes on display.
4. Press /
or
VOLUME +/– to
select between
AVR on and AVR
off.
5. Press to confirm
your selection and exit
setting.
6. Press REC to enter AVR mode.
7. During AVR
recording, adjust
the sensitivity of
the microphone
by pressing
VOLUME, SEN
with AVR sensitivity level
will show on display (e.g.
increase sensitivity level when
recording source is far from
the player or the recording
environment is quiet).
8. Start dictation. Recording
starts automatically.
9. Press to end AVR recording.
• Repeat step 2-3 and select
AVR OFF for de-selection.
Using your player as a file
storage device
The player can function as a
detachable data storage device.
You can take along your favorite
pictures and documents wherever
you go. Simply cut-and-paste or
drag-and-drop files to or from it
via USB connection, the player will
appear as a removable drive in
Windows
To avoid malfunction, do
not change the names
of the default folders in
the player.
OF WARRANTIES AND LIMITED
WARRANTY ARE GOVERNED
BY THE LAWS OF THE STATE
OF INDIANA. EXCEPT TO
THE EXTENT PROHIBITED
BY APPLICABLE LAW, ANY
IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE ON THIS PRODUCT IS
LIMITED TO THE APPLICABLE
WARRANTY PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE.
How state law relates to this
warranty:
• Some states do not allow the
exclusion nor limitation of
incidental or consequential
damages, or limitations on
how long an implied warranty
lasts, so the above limitations
or exclusions may not apply to
you.
• This warranty gives you
specific legal rights, and you
also may have other rights
that vary from state to state.
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AVR
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During recording, the
recording indicator
lights. When in AVR
standby mode or when
recording is paused, the
recording indicator flashes.
You can record up to 99
files in one folder, not
exceeding 594 files in total.
When the maximum limit is
reached, “<F> FULL” will be
shown.
The first syllable or two
may be lost when you
start recording because
this ‘sound’ is used to turn
on the AVR feature. It is
a good practice to make
some ‘sounds’ or say a short
word to activate the AVR
before you begin actual
dictation.
To view the remaining
time and other recording
information, press and hold
during recording.
Setting recording quality
You can select among four
recording qualities. Default is HQ.
Definition
• LP (Long Play) – allows
about 140 hours recording.
• SP (Standard Play) – allows
about 70 hours recording.
• HQ (High Quality) – allows
about 35 hours recording.
• SHQ (Super High Quality)
– allows about 17 hours
recording.
1. Press and hold MENU for
about 2 seconds and then
release the button. The first
menu item, DICT or CONF
flashes on display.
2. Press MENU
again repeatedly
until LP, SP, HQ
or SHQ flashes
on display.
3. Select among LP,
SP, HQ and SHQ by pressing
/
or VOLUME +/–.
4. Press to confirm your
selection and exit setting.
SP
Editing
4. Press to confirm your
selection and exit setting.
• If ONE is selected, the player
will stop after the selected file
is played. If ALL is selected,
the player will stop after all
files in a folder are played.
Tones
You can activate this feature so
that beep sound can be heard
whenever you press on any key
except during playback and
recording.
1. Press and hold MENU for
about 2 seconds and then
release the button. The first
menu item, DICT or CONF
flashes on display.
2. Press MENU again repeatedly
until BEEP flashes on display.
3. Press / or VOLUME +/– to
set beep sound ON/OFF.
4. Press to confirm your
selection and exit setting.
Speed
You can adjust the playback speed.
1. Press
to start playback of a
selected file.
2. During playback, press MENU
once, SPEED shows on display.
3. Press /
or VOLUME
+/– to select
between FAST,
SLOW and no
speed indication
(normal speed).
to confirm and start
4. Press
playback at the selected
speed.
Format
(Caution! All data inside the
memory will be erased)
You can format the internal
memory when needed. (e.g. compatability problem, etc.)
4. Press and hold
ERASE, the
completed
percentage
will show on
the display,
formatting is in progress.
• After the formatting is
completed, the remain time
of the selected memory will
show on the display.
You may also format the player
when connected to a PC (by rightclicking on the player’s drive name
or letter and select “Format” from
the menu). Make sure you select
FAT or FAT16 as the file system.
The procedures are as follows:
1. Turn on the
player.
2. Press ERASE,
DEL 01 (or the
currently selected
file number)
will flash on the
display.
3. Press and hold
REC for three
seconds, FORMAT
will flash on the display.
Troubleshooting tips
After you have copied files to
or from the player, you can
disconnect the player from the
computer.
1. Click the
icon from the
System Tray and select
“Unplug or Eject hardware”.
Select the drive corresponding
to your player.
Player doesn’t turn on
• Check that batteries are
properly inserted and not
exhausted.
• Make sure battery
compartment door is properly
closed.
• Make sure LOCK function is
not activated.
Cannot record
• Make sure LOCK function is
nots activated.
• Make sure memory is not full.
• You have recorded 99 files
in one folder. Try record in a
new folder.
• You may have formatted
the player with incorrect file
system (e.g. FAT32). Refer to
section ‘Format’ and format
the player again.
2. The “Stop a Hardware player”
screen will appear. Select the
player to be stopped again
for confirmation and click OK.
Incorrect recording date and
time during playback
• You may have not set
the date and time before
recording. Refer to section
‘Time Setting’.
If you purchased your product
outside the USA:
• This warranty does not apply.
Contact your dealer for
warranty information.
The descriptions and characteristics given
in this document are given as a general
indication and not as a guarantee. In
order to provide the highest quality
product possible, we reserve the right to
make any improvement or modification
without prior notice. The English version
serves as the final reference on all products and operational details should any
discrepancies arise in other languages.
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The edit function does not
operate when battery power
is too low.
Make sure play all files is
not selected. Inserting new
segments, adding appendix
and cutting cannot be
performed when play all files
is selected.
After editing a message,
WAIT will be displayed. Do
not power off the player until
WAIT disappears. Otherwise,
the memory which is
rearranging could not be read
or released until the player is
formatted.
You can insert new segments into
a file without erasing previously
recorded content.
1. Press
to start playback of a
selected file.
2. Press
or
to scan to the
point that you want to insert
new segment.
3. Press MENU
twice, INSERT
will be shown on
display. Press REC
Disconnecting from computer
3. Now you can disconnect the
player from the computer.
If you want to go back to
USB mode for file transfer
at this stage, you need to
unplug and connect the
player to the PC again.
CAUTION
Insert
Limited warranty (US)
What your warranty covers:
• Defects in materials or
workmanship.
/
Press MENU
Advanced operations
Erasing all files in a folder
DICT
4. When YEAR shows, press /
or VOLUME +/– to adjust
the value (default year: 2008)
and then press MENU to
confirm.
5. After year is set, you will then
be guided to set month, day,
12/24 hour display, hour and
minute. Follow the operations
in step 4 for settings.
DICT
This feature allows you to create an interception point in
the recorded message for quick
reference.
1. During playback, press
once to set a bookmark, the
bookmark icon flashes on the
display.
• The month and date
information is displayed,
followed immediately by the
counters for the bookmarks.
To delete a file:
1. Press MENU repeatedly to
select a folder (1-6 or ).
2. Press
or
to select a file.
3. Press ERASE once and
DEL 01 (or the currently
selected file number) will flash
on the display.
4. Press and hold ERASE for
three seconds to confirm
deleting (or press to cancel
erasing file).
File numbers that come
after erased one will be
moved forward by one
automatically.
Follow the steps below for setting
day and time:
to turn on the player.
1. Press
2. Press and hold
MENU for about
2 seconds and
then release the
button. The first
menu item, DICT
or CONF flashes on display.
3. Press MENU again repeatedly
until YEAR shows.
• If day and time have not been
set previously, the player goes
to step 3 automatically after
turn on.
Creating a bookmark
Erasing selected file
1. Press and hold
MENU for about
2 seconds and
then release the
button. The first
menu item, DICT
or CONF flashes on display.
2. Select recording condition by
pressing /
or VOLUME
+/–.
3. Press to confirm your
selection and exit setting.
With day and time set, you can
always read on the display the recording date and time of your recorded messages. Normal recording is still possible without setting.
However, no correct recording
date and time can be referred to
your recorded messages.
Recording
You can skip to a bookmark anytime during playback.
1. During playback, press
to go to the bookmark (if
available).
2. Press
or
to select
different bookmarks of the
file.
Erasing files
For conferences, to
obtain optimum
recording quality,
place the recorder with the
microphone freely exposed
to the sound source as close
as convenient. A built-in
automatic recording level
control will set the optimum
record level during manual
recording. Avoid recording
near unwanted noise sources,
such as air conditioners or fans.
Select all (Introductory Playback & Erasing All Files)
Appendix (Adding Appendix)
Cut End (Cutting)
Cut Start (Cutting)
Delete (Erasing Selected File)
Memory full
Bookmark full
Month / day entry mode
12 hour time display mode
24 hour time display mode
Time entry mode
Insertion (Inserting New Segments)
Introduction (Introductory Playback)
Off (Automatic Voice Recording)
On (Automatic Voice Recording)
Sensitivity Level (AVR)
Beeping sound on (Setting Beep Sound)
No beeping sound (Setting Beep Sound)
Volume (Setting Volume)
Year (Setting Year)
Key locked
Format the memory
Speed of playback
Unit is busy
Formatting is in progress
Playback is paused
Battery level is low
Delete all files in a folder
Delete the selected file (e.g. file 01)
Skipping to a bookmark
AVR (on/off)
Setting recording
condition
ALL
APPEND
CUT-E
CUT-S
DELETE
<M> FULL
<B> FULL
MM/DD
12 HOUR
24 HOUR
TIME
INSERT
INTRO
OFF
ON
SEN MID
TONE
NO TONE
VOL 15
YEAR
LOCKED
FORMAT
SPEED
WAIT...
001%
PAUSE
LOBATT
DEL ALL
DEL 01
Bookmark
2. Then press MENU again
repeatedly to select the
following menu items:
Recording
They show at the bottom of the display during operation. Refer to the
below for their meanings:
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9
1. Built-in microphone
2. Recording indicator
– creates bookmarks
3.
4. MENU – press once to access
folders, press and hold to
access the player menu for
various settings
5. ERASE – erases files
6. VOLUME +/– – adjusts
volume, selects / browses
in the player menu, adjusts
sensitivity during AVR
recording
Display messages
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No sound from speaker during
playback
• Make sure volume is not set
to 0.
• Headphones should not be
connected.
Cannot edit
• Make sure LOCK function is
not activated.
Cannot activate the player
after pressing on keys
• Remove the batteries to reset
the player.
Recordable time becomes
shorter
• You may have set the
recording quality to ‘High
Quality’, refer to section
‘Setting Recording Quality’.
Cannot perform playback
• Make sure you have selected
folder with recorded
messages.
• Make sure LOCK function is
not activated.
within three seconds to start
recording new segment.
4. Press to stop recording.
Append
You can add appendix (e.g.
reminder, supplementary information) to the end of the file.
1. Press
to start playback of a
selected file.
2. Press MENU
three times,
APPEND shows
on display. Press
REC within three
seconds to start
recording appendix.
3. Press to stop recording.
• After the memory
rearrangement completed,
the player will go to playback
stop mode.
Cannot erase recorded file(s)
• Make sure you follow each
step under section ‘Erasing
Selected File’ carefully.
Cannot stop recording when
AVR ON
• If AVR ON sensitivity is set to
HIGH, recording may not be
stopped in noisy environment.
Try setting the sensitivity to
LOW.
Cannot keep the saved setting
• If the batteries are removed,
saved settings may be
removed.
Cannot play mp3 files in the
MUSIC folder
• Make sure the mp3 files are
not stored in a folder. They
should be directly copied to
the MUSIC folder.