v5.0 (EN/E)
FCC information
user manual
manual de usuario
VR5220
EN/E
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.
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 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.
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Consult the dealer or an
experienced radio/TV technician for
help.
Maintenance
Clean the unit with a soft cloth, or
a damp chamois leather. Never use
solvents.
Changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the party responsible
for compliance could void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
This Class B digital apparatus complies
with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe
B est conforme à la norme NMB-003
du Canada.
Manufacturer/Responsible party
Audiovox Electronics Corp,
150 Marcus Blvd, Hauppauge, NY 11788
1-317-810-4880
(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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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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WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR ELECTRICAL
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SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO
RAIN OR MOISTURE.
Service information
Power Supply
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.
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For your records
(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.
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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.:
Display messages
Display
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12
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1. USB connector – press the
button on the back and then
slide to extend or retreat the
connector.
2. info/menu – press and hold
to access the player menu.
Press repeatedly to show
information of current file.
3. on
– turns on player, starts
or pauses playback.
4. Recording indicator
5. Built-in microphone
/
– – skips / searches
6. +
backward or forward, selects /
browses in the player menu.
7. off – turns off player, stops
playback or recording.
8. Key lock selector
9. External microphone jack
10. External earphones jack
11. + Vol – – adjusts volume,
selects / browses in the player
menu.
12. , rec/bookmark – starts
and pauses recording, inserts
bookmarks.
13. x, erase – erases files,
bookmarks or format memory.
14. Battery compartment door
Player menu
Day (month/day)
12/24 hour time
Time (hour/minute)
Exit player menu
To change settings in the
menu:
1. In the player menu, press
info/menu repeatedly to view
the following menu items:
2. Press /
or VOL +/– to
make selections or adjust
values.
3. Press to confirm your
selection and exit setting.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Folder (A/B/C/D)
Recording in progress
File selected
Total number of files in a
folder
Playback in progress
Remaining time for recording
Recording date
Area for displaying messages
(refer to the next section)
Battery level indicator
10. Key lock function activated
11. Bookmark
12. Recording conditions
13. Playback speed
14. Playback mode: play one or
play all
15. Automatic voice recording
activated
16. Recording quality
17. Month (MM), Day (DD) and
Year (YY)
Setting recording mode
Manual Recording
1. While playback is stopped,
select a destination folder
(A/B/C/D) (refer to “Basic
operations”).
2. Press to start recording.
(recording time will be
displayed once you press the
button)
3. To pause recording, press
once, press again to resume
recording.
4. To stop recording, press .
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Record conditions (DICT/CONF)
Record quality (LP/SP/HQ)
AVR (on/off)
Playback speed (FAST/SLOW)
Playback mode (one/all)
Tone (on/off)
Year
The messages show at the bottom of the display during operation. Refer
to the below for their meanings:
12 HOUR
24 HOUR
ADD BK
APPEND
BATTLO
CUT-E
CUT-S
DEL 01
DEL AL
DEL BK
FORMAT
FULL
INSERT
LOCKED
NO BK MK
NO TONE
OFF
ON
PAUSE
PCLINK
SEN MI
SPEED
TONE
VOL 15
WAIT
12 hour time display mode
24 hour time display mode
Insert bookmark
Appendix (Adding Appendix)
Batteries are weak
Cut End (Cutting)
Cut Start (Cutting)
Delete the current file
Delete all files in a folder
Delete all bookmarks in the current file
Format the memory
Memory full
Insertion (Inserting New Segments)
Key locked
No bookmark created in the current file
No beeping sound (Setting Beep Sound)
Off (Automatic Voice Recording)
On (Automatic Voice Recording)
Playback or recording is paused
Player is connected to the computer
Sensitivity Level (AVR)
Speed of playback
Beeping sound on (Setting Beep Sound)
Volume (Setting Volume)
Memory rearrangement/System is busy
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 referenced in your recorded
messages.
Editing mode
Bookmark
•
To insert bookmarks, new
segments or appendix to a
recorded file:
1. Select the desired file and
start playback.
2. Press during playback to
enter editing mode. Playback
is paused.
3. Press /
to select one of
the editing options:
• Insert an interception point
(bookmark) into the current
file for quick reference (ADD
BK)
To create bookmarks:
• Once is pressed (refer to
step 4 in the section “Editing
mode”), the bookmark icon
flashes and a newly created
bookmark number shows on
the display.
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Insert a new segment into the
current file (INSERT)
Insert an appendix at the end
of the current file (APPEND)
4. With one of the above
options selected, press
again to confirm your
selection and start the editing.
• Refer to the following
sections for details.
bookmark
icon
new bookmark
number
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You can create up to 29
bookmarks in a file. When
the maximum limit is reached,
FULL will be shown.
The minimum interval
between bookmarks is 3
seconds.
To skip to a bookmark anytime
during playback:
1. During playback, press
to go to the bookmark (if
available).
2. Press
again to go to the
next bookmark.
Connecting to computer
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).
MAC OS is NOT supported.
20MB free hard disk space for
software
USB port 1.1 or 2.0
Installed sound card
Connecting to computer
Connect the player before launching the Digital Voice Manager.
1. Extend the USB connector on
the player and connect it to
your computer’s USB port.
2. PCLINK shows on the player’s
display. The player appears
as a removable drive in your
computer.
9.
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menu item FOLDER flashes on
the display.
Press info/menu
repeatedly until
AVR flashes on
the display.
Press /
or
VOL +/– to select between
AVR ON and AVR OFF.
Press to exit the player
menu.
Press to enter AVR mode.
Start dictation. Recording
starts automatically.
During AVR
recording, adjust
the sensitivity of
the microphone by pressing
Vol +/–, SEN with 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).
Press to end AVR recording.
Repeat step 2-5 and select
AVR OFF for de-selection.
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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 396 files in total.
When the maximum limit
is reached, 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 info/
menu repeatedly during
recording.
Installing Digital Voice
Manager
1. Connect the player with the
computer as instructed in the
previous section.
2. The first time you connect
the player to your computer,
the Digital Voice Manager
application will start
installation automatically.
Follow the instructions on the
screen for installation.
• If the installation does not
start automatically, open My
Computer and double-click
the player driver icon. Then
double-click rcaDVM_setup
to start the installation.
• If RCA Detective feature is
selected during installation,
the Digital Voice Manager
application will open
automatically once you
connect the player to your
computer.
To delete all bookmarks
created in the current file:
Refer to section “Erasing files and
bookmarks”.
Setting recording quality
To select among three
recording qualities (default
is SP):
Definition:
• LP (Long Play) – allows
about 202 hours recording.
Recording format: .voc
• SP (Standard Play) – allows
about 35 hours recording.
Recording format: .voc
• HQ (High Quality) – allows
about 17 hours recording.
Recording format: .wav
1. Press and hold info/menu
for about 2 seconds and then
release the button. The first
menu item FOLDER flashes on
the display.
2. Press info/menu
repeatedly until
LP, SP or HQ
shows on the
display.
3. Press /
or
VOL +/– to select among LP,
SP and HQ.
4. Press to exit the player
menu.
Insert
To insert a new segment into
the current file:
1. Once is pressed
(refer to step 4
in the section
“Editing mode”),
pause mode is
released and
the REC icon shows. The
recording of a new segment is
started from where the pause
mode is released.
2. Press to stop the recording
of new segment.
• Do not power off the player if
WAIT appears on the display.
Append
Cut
To insert an appendix at the
end of the current file:
1. Once is pressed (refer to
step 4 in the section “Editing
mode”), the REC icon shows
and the recording of appendix
is started.
2. Press to stop the recording
of the appendix.
• Do not power off the player if
WAIT appears on the display.
To erase unwanted parts from
the current file:
1. Start playback of the desired
file.
2. Press x to mark the start of
the unwanted part, CUT-S
shows on display.
Setting recording
condition
Installing batteries
This player can be operated by 2
“AAA” batteries (not 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.
Using earphones and
external microphone
•
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.
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Player on/off
Press on
Press off
to turn on the player.
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 them.
/
or Vol +/–
Press info/menu
/
or Vol +/–
Press info/menu
/
or Vol +/–
Selecting folders and files
To select folders:
1. Press and hold info/menu
for about 2 seconds and then
release the button. The first
menu item FOLDER flashes on
the display.
2. Press /
or VOL
+/– to select a specific folder
(A/B/C/D).
3. Press .
To select files:
1. Select the folder you need.
2. Press /
to select
the file you want.
• If the file you want is
in the current folder,
you can press /
to select
it directly in both stop and
play modes.
Press info/menu
Basic playback
/
or Vol +/–
Press info/menu to confirm and
exit settings.
To
1.
2.
3.
play back recorded files:
Select a folder and a file.
Press
to start playback.
Press
to pause playback,
press again to resume.
4. You can press Vol +/– to
adjust listening volume.
5. Press and hold
or
to
make quick search within a
file.
• Quick search skips by second
within the first minute of
a recording. After that, the
search skips by minute. To
resume searching by second,
release the button once and
then press and hold
or
again.
6. Press
or
once to skip
one file forward or backward.
7. Press to stop playback.
To display file Information:
Press info/menu repeatedly to
show various information of the
current file:
• Current clock time
• Record date of current file
• Record time of current file
• Bookmark (if available) of
current location
• Remaining record time
• Elapsed play time (during
playback)
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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.
1. Press and hold info/menu
for about 2 seconds and then
release the button. The first
menu item FOLDER flashes on
the display.
2. Press info/menu
repeatedly until
DICT or CONF
flashes on the
display.
or
3. Press /
VOL +/– to select between
DICT and CONF.
4. Press to exit the player
menu.
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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.
If power supplied from
the battery fails suddenly
(e.g. batteries are removed
accidentally) during
recording, the recoding in
progress will be interrupted.
The recorded file may also
be corrupted and cannot be
played back.
Erasing mode
To erase files or bookmarks,
while playback is stopped:
1. Press x once.
2. Press /
to select one of
the erasing options:
• Delete the current file (DEL
01)
•
Delete all files in the current
folder (DEL AL)
•
Format the memory of the
player (FORMAT) (Caution!
All data inside the memory
will be erased)
•
Delete all bookmarks in the
current file (DEL BK)
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File numbers that
come after erased one
will be moved forward
by one automatically.
Press to cancel erasing all
files. The undeleted files
are saved automatically.
Formatting the internal
memory may be required
when encountering
compatability problem, etc.
You may also format the
player when connected to
a PC (by right-clicking on
the player’s drive name or
letter and select “Format”
from the menu). Make sure
you select FAT or FAT32 as
the file system.
3. With one of the above
options selected, press and
hold x for about 3 seconds
to confirm your selection and
start the deletion.
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.
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Insert, Append and
Cut will only update
the recorded time
length, without changing
recording time and date.
All bookmarks will be
deleted after Insert,
Append or Cut is
performed.
3. Press x to mark the end of
the unwanted part, CUT-E
shows on display.
Play one/all
Tones
Speed
To play a specific file or all
files in a folder:
1. Press and hold info/menu
for about 2 seconds and then
release the button. The first
menu item FOLDER flashes on
the display.
2. Press info/menu
repeatedly until
ONE or ALL
flashes on display.
or
3. Press /
VOL +/– to select
between ONE and ALL.
4. Press to exit the player
menu.
• 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.
To activate or deactivate the
beep sound when any key is
pressed (except during playback and recording):
1. Press and hold info/menu
for about 2 seconds and then
release the button. The first
menu item FOLDER flashes on
the display.
2. Press info/
menu repeatedly
until TONE or
NOTONE shows
on display.
3. Press /
or
VOL +/– to set beep sound
ON/OFF.
4. Press to exit the player
menu.
To adjust the playback speed:
1. Press and hold info/menu
for about 2 seconds and then
release the button. The first
menu item FOLDER flashes
on the display.
2. Press info/menu
repeatedly until
SPEED shows on
display.
or
3. Press /
VOL +/– to select
among FAST, SLOW and
no speed indication (normal
speed).
4. Press to exit the player
menu.
• The above operations can also
be done during playback.
Creating wave file
Transfer files with Digital
Voice Manager
Using your player as a file
storage device
Your player is associated with
a drive letter. You can drag the
voice files you want to transfer
to your player to the A/B/C/D
folder in the drive.
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
Using Digital Voice Manager
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When the player
is in Menu mode,
during playback or
recording, a connection
between the player and
the computer will not be
established. Quit the above
modes before connecting to
the computer.
Data transfer is possible
even if no batteries are
installed in the player.
Do not disconnect the USB
connection during files
transfer.
The Digital Voice Manager
software can also be
downloaded from
www.rcaaudiovideo.com.
The RCA Digital Voice Manager
can perform playback, organize
your bookmarks of the recorded
files and create self-executable
voice file from the recorded files.
3. Adjust the volume on the
right of the toolbar.
All drives in
the computer
adjust volume
Launching the software
1. To launch the software, click
Start, select All Programs,
select RCA Digital Voice
Recorder, then select RCA
Digital Voice Manager.
• If RCA Detective feature is
selected during installation
of Digital Voice Manager,
the application will open
automatically once you
connect the player to your
computer.
2. All the drives in the computer
except the removable Digital
Voice Recorder are shown in
the top while the removable
Digital Voice Recorder is
shown in the bottom.
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Removable
Digital Voice
Recorder
Playback and editing
operations
1. To organize your files, click
the corresponding buttons to
cut, delete, copy and paste a
file (or by drag and drop).
cut
paste
copy
delete
2. To play the recorded files,
highlight the file and click the
PLAY/PAUSE button on the
left of the toolbar.
skip to a
specific time
Warranty information
Display keeps flashing when
player is off
• You may not have set the time.
Refer to section “Setting date
and time”.
Cannot record
• Make sure LOCK function is not
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. NTFS or MAC format).
Refer to section “Erasing files
and bookmarks” and format the
player again.
Incorrect recording date and
time during playback
• You may have not set the date
and time before recording. Refer
to section “Setting date and
time”.
No sound from speaker during
playback
• Make sure volume is not set to 0.
• Headphones should not be
connected.
Cannot edit
• Make sure PLAY ALL 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’.
• Delete the Digital Voice Manager
setup software from the player to
free up more memory space.
Cannot perform playback
• Make sure you have selected
folder with recorded messages.
• Make sure LOCK function is not
activated.
• Make sure the file is playable,
which must be of 8-bit PCM or
designated RCA format. Other
formats (e.g. mp3, wma) cannot
be shown in the player for
playback.
You can play the created file
independently without the Digital
Voice Management software.
1. Highlight a recorded file, click
.
2. Select the destination folder
from the pop up window and
click Save.
Self-executable file may be
blocked by some e-mail filters.
When recordings are made in LP
or SP quality, you may select to
create wave file if you want to
send your recorded messages by
e-mail.
1. Highlight a recorded file, click
.
2. Select the destination folder
from the pop up window and
click Save.
3. The created file could be
found in the destination
folder.
Your files can be found in these
folders in the player once it is
disconnected from the computer.
You can also drag the voice files
you want to transfer from the
A/B/C/D folder in the drive to your
computer.
3. Go to the destination folder
and double-click the created
file.
Do not rename, delete
and transfer (drag-anddrop) voice files to your
player directly in Windows
Explorer. Use the Digital Voice
Manager to rename, delete
and transfer voice files.
All drives in
the computer
4. Click Play to start playback.
Adjust the volume on the
right.
Removable
Digital Voice
Recorder
add bookmark
Troubleshooting tips
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.
Click the corresponding
buttons in the toolbar to fast
backward/forward, skip to a
specific time in the file and
stop playback of a recorded
file.
• To adjust the playback speed,
click Normal Speed and
select desired speed from the
pull down menu.
4. To skip to a bookmark, select
Play from the menu at
the top, then select Goto
Bookmark and select your
desired bookmark.
• To edit bookmarks, click the
corresponding buttons to add
or clear the bookmarks.
Creating and playing selfexecutable file
skip forward stop clear bookmark
skip backward
2. The Stop a Hardware player
screen will appear. Select the
player to be stopped again
for confirmation and click OK.
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.
To select between two
recording conditions (default
is DICT):
4. Press x again to confirm
cutting within 3 seconds.
Otherwise, the cutting
operation will be canceled.
• You may also press to cancel
the cutting operation.
• Do not power off the player if
WAIT appears on the display.
play/pause
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.
The player will be automatically
turned off if left idle for three
minutes.
Advanced operations
CAUTION
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 may 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.
Auto power shut down
You should have the following:
• one voice recorder
• one user manual
• one quick start guide
Basic operations
To set the date and time:
to turn on the
1. Press on
player.
2. In stop mode,
press and hold
info/menu for
about 2 seconds
and then release
the button. The
first menu item FOLDER
flashes on the display.
3. Press info/menu repeatedly
until YY flashes on the
display.
4. Press /
or Vol +/– to
adjust the value (default year:
2009) and then press info/
menu to confirm.
• If day and time have not been
set previously, the player goes
to step 4 automatically after
turn on.
Editing
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•
Unpacking your player
Erasing files and bookmarks
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 pause and then start again
automatically when you resume
dictation.
1. While playback is stopped,
select a destination folder
(A/B/C/D) (refer to “Basic
operations”).
2. Press and hold info/menu
for about 2 seconds and then
release the button. The first
Folder (A/B/C/D)
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Recording
To access the player menu:
Press and hold info/menu for
about 2 seconds and then release
the button. The first menu item
FOLDER flashes on the display.
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Setting day and time
Player controls
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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.
Turn off the player first
before replacing batteries.
If power interruption
exceeds 20 seconds, date and
time have to be set again.
General controls
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Precautions for the unit
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RCA
RCA
VR5220
DTA800A
Important battery
precautions
Cannot erase recorded file(s)
• Make sure you follow each step
under section “Erasing files and
bookmarks” 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 open recorded files in the
computer.
• You must use the provided DVM
software to open the files.
• To download the software, go to
www.rcaaudiovideo.com
• On a Mac computer, only .WAV
file on the player can be played
directly via application such as
Quicktime.
DVM software cannot work
properly with other RCA Digital
Voice Recorders.
• You must use the designated
DVM software for different RCA
Digital Voice Recorder models.
Go to www.rcaaudiovideo.com to
download the correct software.
12 Month Limited Warranty
Applies to RCA Audio/Video Products
• AUDIOVOX ELECTRONICS CORP. (the
Company) warrants to the original
retail purchaser of this product
that should this product or any
part thereof, under normal use and
conditions, be proven defective in
material or workmanship within
12 months from the date of
original purchase, such defect(s)
will be repaired or replaced with
reconditioned product (at the
Company’s option) without charge
for parts and repair labor.
• To obtain repair or replacement
within the terms of this Warranty,
the product is to be delivered with
proof of warranty coverage (e.g.
dated bill of sale), specification of
defect(s), transportation prepaid, to
the Company at the address shown
below.
• This Warranty does not extend
to the elimination of externally
generated static or noise, to
correction of antenna problems,
loss/interruptions of broadcast or
internet service, to costs incurred for
installation, removal or reinstallation
of product, to corruptions caused
by computer viruses, spyware or
other malware, to loss of media,
files, data or content, or to
damage to tapes, discs, removable
memory devices or cards, speakers,
accessories, computers, computer
peripherals, other media players,
home networks or vehicle electrical
systems.
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This Warranty does not apply to
any product or part thereof which,
in the opinion of the Company,
has suffered or been damaged
through alteration, improper
installation, mishandling, misuse,
neglect, accident, or by removal
or defacement of the factory
serial number/bar code label(s).
THE EXTENT OF THE COMPANY’S
LIABILITY UNDER THIS WARRANTY
IS LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR
REPLACEMENT PROVIDED ABOVE
AND, IN NO EVENT, SHALL THE
COMPANY’S LIABILITY EXCEED
THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID BY
PURCHASER FOR THE PRODUCT.
This Warranty is in lieu of all other
express warranties or liabilities. ANY
IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING
ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY, SHALL BE
LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF
THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY. ANY
ACTION FOR BREACH OF ANY
WARRANTY HEREUNDER INCLUDING
ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY MUST BE
BROUGHT WITHIN A PERIOD OF 24
MONTHS FROM DATE OF ORIGINAL
PURCHASE. IN NO CASE SHALL THE
COMPANY BE LIABLE FOR ANY
CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL
DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF THIS OR
ANY OTHER WARRANTY. No person
or representative is authorized
to assume for the Company any
liability other than expressed herein
in connection with the sale of this
product.
•
Some states do not allow
limitations on how long an implied
warranty lasts or the exclusion
or limitation of incidental or
consequential damage so the
above limitations or exclusions may
not apply to you. This Warranty
gives you specific legal rights and
you may also have other rights
which vary from state to state.
How to make a warranty claim:
• If your product is capable of
storing content (such as an mp3
player, digital voice recorder, etc), it
is recommended to make periodic
backup copies of content stored
on the product. If applicable,
before shipping a product, make
a back up copy of content or data
stored on the device. Also, it is
advisable to remove any personal
content which you would not want
exposed to others. IT IS LIKELY
THAT CONTENTS AND DATA ON
THE DEVICE WILL BE LOST DURING
SERVICE AND REFORMATTING.
AUDIOVOX ACCEPTS NO LIABILITY
FOR LOST CONTENT OR DATA,
OR FOR THE SECURITY OF ANY
PERSONAL CONTENT OR DATA ON
THE RETURNED DEVICE. Product
will be returned with factory
default settings, and without
any pre-loaded content which
may have been installed in the
originally purchased products.
Consumer will be responsible
for reloading data and content.
Consumer will be responsible to
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restore any personal preference
settings.
Properly pack your unit. Include
any remotes, memory cards, cables,
etc. which were originally provided
with the product. However
DO NOT return any removable
batteries, even if batteries
were included with the original
purchase. 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:
Audiovox Electronics Corp.
Attn: Service Department.
150 Marcus Blvd.
Hauppauge N.Y. 11788
1-877-833-3491
For Canada Customers, please ship
to:
Audiovox Return Centre
c/o Genco
6685 Kennedy Road,
Unit#3, Door 16,
Mississuaga, Ontario
L5T 3A5
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.
Insure your shipment for loss or
damage. Audiovox accepts no
liability in case of damage or loss
en route to Audiovox.
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 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.
Audiovox Electronics Corp.,
150 Marcus Blvd., Hauppauge,
NY 11788
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