Superscope PSD450mkII User Manual

Superscope PSD450mkII User Manual
PMR61
PROFESSIONAL AUDIO RECORDER
User Guide
© Copyright 2016, Superscope LLC.
U.S. Patents Pending
Contents
■Important Safety
Instructions
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
READ BEFORE OPERATING EQUIPMENT
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK)
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL
This product was designed and manufactured to meet strict quality
and safety standards. There are, however, some installation and
operation precautions which you should be particularly aware of.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within
an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the
user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous
voltage" within the product's enclosure that may
be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of
electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to
the presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE
BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT.
ATTENTION: POUR EVITER LES CHOC ELECTRIQUES, INTRODUIRE LA
LAME LA PLUS LARGE DE LA FICHE DANS LA BORNE CORRESPONDANTE
DE LA PRISE ET POUSSER JUSQUíAU FOND.
CAUTION
USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF
PROCEDURE OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT
IN HAZARDOUS EXPOSURE.
LASER SAFETY
This unit employs a laser. Only a qualified service person should
remove the cover or attempt to service this device, due to possible
eye injury.
NOTE TO CATV SYSTEM INSTALLER:
This reminder is provided to call the CATV (Cable-TV) system installer’s
attention to Section 820-40 of the NEC which provides guidelines for
proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground
shall be connected to the grounding system of the building, as close to
the point of cable entry as practical.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the 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 tuning 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.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
NOTE: 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 numÈrique de la Classe B conforme à la norme NMB-003
du Canada.
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7. Read instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
To ventilate the unit, do not install it in a rack or bookshelf, and
note the following: Do not insert objects beneath the unit. Do not
block ventilation slots at the top of the unit. Do not place anything
about 1 meter above the top panel. Make a space of about 8“ (20
cm) around the unit.
8. Do not install near nay heat sources such as radiators, heat
registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that
produce heat.
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or groundingtype plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than
the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third
grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided
for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet,
consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched
particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where
they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by
the manufacturer.
12. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket,
or table specified by the manufacturer, or
sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used,
use caution when moving the cart/apparatus
combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for
long periods of time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is
required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such
as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled
or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been
exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has
been dropped.
Additional Safety Information!
• This product should not be placed in a built-in installation such
as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided or the
manufacturer’s instructions have been adhered to.
• Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that
no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the
apparatus.
• When the switch is in the OFF position, the apparatus isn’t
completely switched-off from the MAINS.
WARNINGS
Do not expose the equipment to rain or moisture.
Do not remove the cover from the equipment.
No naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed on the
equipment.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
Set the unit up on an even surface away from direct sunlight, high
temperatures, high humidity, and excessive vibration.
Do not place heavy items on the unit.
Do not use high voltage power sources. This can overload the unit and cause a
fire.
Do not handle the plug with wet hands. This can cause electric shock.
Do not let metal objects fall inside the unit.
Do not let liquids get into the unit.
Do not spray insecticides onto or into the unit.
Do not attempt to repair this unit by yourself.
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Contents
■Table of Contents
■Important Safety Instructions.................... ii
■Home Screen................................................ 11
■Table of Contents........................................ iii
■Recording .................................................... 12
■Package Contents........................................ 5
Package Contents................................................... 5
USB Cable............................................................... 5
AC Adapter............................................................. 5
RCA Patch Cables.................................................... 5
AC Power Cord....................................................... 5
Using RECORD CHECK......................................... 13
■Recording Setup ......................................... 14
Setting Record Settings ..................................... 14
Selecting Media................................................... 15
Setting Record Parameters ................................ 15
Selecting Record Level Control.......................... 16
Selecting Phantom Power................................... 16
Setting Microphone Attenuator........................ 17
Setting Aux Input Attenuator............................ 17
Setting MIC/LINE Sensitivity.............................. 18
Selecting Noise Reduction ................................. 18
Internal Microphone........................................... 19
Setting Auto Start Record................................... 19
■Preparations Before Use............................. 6
AC Adapter Connection...................................... 6
AC Adapter Safety .............................................. 6
Using Batteries.................................................... 6
Safety Cautions When Handling Batteries........ 6
■Top Panel...................................................... 7
Power On Record.................................................... 19
Audio Detect Record............................................... 19
j POWER Button.............................................. 7
Low BATTERY Indicator..................................... 7
t REC Button................................................... 7
PHONE SPEAKER LEVEL..................................... 7
Setting One Touch Record.................................. 20
■Play .............................................................. 21
LINE OUT Jacks................................................. 8
Playing ................................................................. 21
Selecting Recorded File ...................................... 22
Playing Recorded File ......................................... 22
Renaming Recorded File .................................... 23
Copy to USB Media ............................................. 23
Move to USB Media ............................................ 24
Delete a Recorded File........................................ 24
AUX IN Jacks..................................................... 8
Note........................................................................ 24
HEADPHONE Jack............................................. 7
q PLAY/PAUSE Button...................................... 7
w STOP Button................................................. 7
■Side Panel..................................................... 8
USB Connector A.............................................. 8
USB Connector B............................................... 8
■Settings ....................................................... 25
Open the Setup Menu............................................. 25
Touch Screen..................................................... 8
Internal Speaker................................................ 8
■Device Settings ........................................... 26
Setting Date and Time........................................ 26
Internal Microphone L & R................................. 8
Right MIC/LINE INPUT Jack................................ 9
Setting Time............................................................ 26
Setting Date............................................................ 26
Setting Daylight Saving Time................................... 27
Selecting Time Format............................................. 28
Left MIC/LINE INPUT Jack.................................. 9
Setting Display.................................................... 28
Right Analog Output (Balanced) Jack................. 9
Setting Backlight..................................................... 28
Setting Sleep Mode time......................................... 29
Setting Home Screen Name.................................... 29
■Rear Panel.................................................... 9
Left Analog Output (Balanced) Jack................... 9
DC Input Jack.................................................... 9
Setting PIN........................................................... 30
Setting Battery Type .......................................... 31
Conference Right Microphone Jack................... 9
Notes...................................................................... 31
Conference Left Microphone Jack..................... 9
Setting User Area ............................................... 32
Setting File Name Format .................................. 33
Setting Audio Output......................................... 33
Setting Jump Interval Time................................ 34
■Powering On................................................ 10
Using the AC Adapter............................................. 10
Using Batteries........................................................ 10
AC Power and Battery Tips...................................... 11
Notes...................................................................... 11
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■Utility............................................................ 35
Utility Menu......................................................... 35
Format Media....................................................... 35
Backup Media ..................................................... 36
Checking USB Media .......................................... 36
Save Settings to USB Media .............................. 37
Load Settings from USB Media ......................... 37
Delete Recorded Files Automatically ................ 38
Restore Factory Settings .................................... 38
Confirm System Version...................................... 39
■Speaker Setup ............................................. 40
Using Headphones or the Internal Speaker...... 40
External Speakers................................................ 40
Computer Connection............................................. 41
■Using Anti-Glare Stand............................... 42
■Appendix...................................................... 43
Main Menu (1 of 2)................................................. 43
Main Menu (2 of 2)................................................. 44
Record Settings....................................................... 45
Internal Memory Times........................................... 46
Continuous Recording Time with Battery Operation.47
■Specifications............................................... 48
General................................................................... 48
Input ...................................................................... 48
Outputs ................................................................. 48
■Trademarks, Copyrights and Disclaimers... 49
MPEG Layer-3 Licensing.......................................... 49
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Package Contents
■Package Contents
USB Cable
RCA Patch Cables
AC Adapter
AC Power Cord
Package Contents
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One Superscope PMR61 Recorder.
One AC adapter (DA61PMR).
One USB cable.
One RCA stereo audio cable.
One User Guide (PDF Format) on CD-ROM.
Perchlorate Material - special handling may apply,
See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate.”
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Getting Started
Safety Cautions When Handling
Batteries
■Preparations
Before Use
AC Adapter Connection
Connect the power output plug of the adapter to the DC
IN jack of the recorder. Connect the AC Power cord to
the household AC power receptacle.
To avoid leakage, overheating, fire and rupturing, always
follow the points below when using batteries with the
recorder.
•
AC Adapter Safety
Only use the AC adapter that is provided with the
recorder. Use of other adapters may result in damage to
the recorder and void the warranty.
•
Using Batteries
•
The recorder is designed for use with 4 “AA” size
Alkaline or Nickel-Metal Hydride (Ni-MH) batteries.
•
•
Please select the correct battery type you are using from
the Battery Type option in the Device Settings Menu.
Electrolyte leakage or corrosion may occur if
batteries are kept inside the recorder for prolonged
periods of time. Remove batteries prior to prolonged
storage of the recorder.
When installing batteries into the recorder, make
sure the batteries are installed with the proper
polarity shown inside the battery compartment of
the recorder.
Do not attempt to recharge non-rechargeable
batteries. See Setting Battery Type.
Do not install old/exhausted batteries into the
recorder. Dispose of old batteries properly.
Do not mix the types (Alkaline or Ni-MH) or voltages
of batteries.
With improper battery use, batteries may rupture, leak,
and cause corrosion. Please read the following guidelines
carefully:
Please match the polarity of the battery (+/ -) with the
polarity indication on the remote controller.
Batteries may have the same shape, but different
voltages. Do not mix different battery types.
If a battery leaks, clean the liquid from the battery
compartment and dispose of the leaking battery
according to the guidelines of your local government.
Please dispose of all used batteries according to the
guidelines of your local government.
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Getting Started
■Top Panel
BATTERY
REC
PLAY/PAUSE
STOP
POWER
j POWER Button
PHONE SPEAKER LEVEL
Press the POWER button for 1 second to turn power
ON. Press and hold POWER button for 2 seconds to turn
power OFF.
Low BATTERY Indicator
LED flashes when the battery power is low.
t REC Button
From Stop mode, press to enter Record Pause mode or
Record mode. The Record LED will flash during Record
Pause mode and remain lit during Record mode.
During Recording, press t REC button to start a new
recording.
Press the + and – buttons to adjust the volume of the
built-in speaker or headphones.
HEADPHONE Jack
Connect stereo headphones here. This input accepts
a stereo 1/4”plug and when connected automatically
mutes the internal speaker.
q PLAY/PAUSE Button
From Stop mode, press to start or pause playback.
During recording, press to pause recording. Press again
to resume recording of the same file.
w STOP Button
Press to stop playback or recording, press Stop again to
return to the HOME page.
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Controls
Touch Screen
Touch the touch screen to access recordings, make
changes to settings and to operate the PMR61.
Internal Speaker
During playback, sound can be heard through the
internal speaker unless headphones are connected.
Internal Microphone L & R
Internal microphones are automatically turned on when
no external microphone or line source is connected.
■Side Panel
LINE OUT
AUX IN
L
USB-B
R
USB-A
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LINE OUT Jacks
Connect these outputs to the inputs of another audio
device, such as an amplifier, powered speakers, mixing
board or alternate recording device.
AUX IN Jacks
Use these inputs when connecting line level equipment
such as smart phones, tablets, computers, tape and CD
players and mixers.
USB Connector B
Connect a USB cable here to transfer data between
a computer and PMR61’s Internal Memory. MASS
STORAGE MODE is accessed automatically from the
PMR61 HOME page, and is initiated when connected
to a computer with a USB cable while PMR61 is on the
HOME page.
USB Connector A
Connect a USB flash drive (media) or other USB storage
device.
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Controls
■Rear Panel
21
20
CONF MIC - R
CONF MIC - L
INPUT- R
INPUT- L
OUTPUT- R
OUTPUT- L
DC IN
MIC / LINE
15
MIC / LINE
LINE
16
17
Right MIC/LINE INPUT Jack
19
Connect the DA61PMR AC to DC adapter.
Do not use any adapter other than the DA61PMR.
Left MIC/LINE INPUT Jack
Conference Right Microphone Jack
Connect microphones or line level equipment with XLR
or ¼” inch plugs.
Connect microphone with 3.5mm stereo plug.
Right Analog Output (Balanced) Jack
Conference Left Microphone Jack
Connect microphone with 3.5mm stereo plug.
5V phantom power is supplied at the CONF MIC inputs.
Left Analog Output (Balanced) Jack
Balanced signals require three separate connections
(HOT, COLD, GND):
➊ GND refers to the grounding wire.
➋ HOT refers to the original audio signal.
➌ The COLD signal is the original signal with
opposite phase.
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DC Input Jack
Connect microphones or line level equipment with XLR
or ¼” inch plugs.
Balanced signals require three separate connections
(HOT, COLD, GND):
➊ GND refers to the grounding wire.
➋ HOT refers to the original audio signal.
➌ The COLD signal is the original signal with
opposite phase.
LINE
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Controls
■Powering On
Using Batteries
PMR61 operates with AC power or AA size batteries.
Before using batteries, please refer to “Using Batteries”.
Compatible Batteries
PMR61 works with Alkaline batteries and rechargeable
Ni-MH batteries.
Using the AC Adapter
CONF MIC-R
CONF MIC-L
INPUT- R
INPUT- L
1. Remove the battery cover on the bottom of the
recorder.
OUTPUT- R
OUTPUT- L
DC IN
MIC / LINE
MIC / LINE
LINE
LINE
AC Outlet

AC Power Cord
(Included)

AC Adapter
(Included)

q Connect the AC Adapter to the DC Jack.
w Connect the AC Cord to the Input of the AC Adapter.
e Connect the AC Plug to AC power source.
r Press the j POWER button to power on.
2. Insert four AA size Ni-MH batteries or Alkaline
batteries.
3. Close the battery cover.
4. Press the j POWER button to power on.
5. Set the correct Battery Type in the Device Settings
Menu.
When inserting batteries always be mindful of polarity
(+/-).
※During battery operation, an icon is displayed
in the top left corner of the display showing
) / Battery (
)
battery power. See AC (
icons.
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Controls
AC Power and Battery Tips
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•
When the AC adapter is connected while batteries
are inserted, AC power will have priority over the
battery power supply.
PMR61 will automatically charge Ni-MH batteries
(recommended), whenever AC is connected and
Battery selection in the Setup Menu is Ni-MH. The
upper right hand corner of the display confirms
charging when (
) is displayed.
Battery icon displays as follows;




(Full Charged)
(Empty)
•
•
It can be helpful to use batteries and the AC power
supply together. If the AC power supply is removed
unexpectedly, recording or playback will continue
without interruption using battery power.
Do not mix new and old batteries or battery types
(Alkaline or Ni-MH).
When the unit is not in use for a long period of time,
please remove batteries to prevent battery leakage.
Notes
If you are using Alkaline batteries, please be sure
to select Alkaline (No Charge). PMR 61 disables the
charging circuit when Alkaline (No Charge) is selected.
■Home Screen
1. Touch icons on the Home screen to access Recorded Files and Settings.
Home Screen
BATTERY
REC
PLAY/PAUSE
STOP
POWER
Recorded Files list
Setup Menu
Recording
Playing
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Recording
5. Touch the input source to select it. Then touch + or to adjust the levels. Touch Previous Screen to accept
the settings return to the RECORDING screen.
■Recording
1. Press the t REC button to begin recording.
The following screen will appear:
2. Touch the − and + VOLUME level button to adjust
the REC LEVEL. When the Record Level Control is set
to Automatic, manual adjustment is not available.
6. To stop recording, press the w STOP button.
The recorded file will appear in the Media screen.
Touch the  and  arrows to scroll through options
associated with the recorded file that is displayed
at the top of the screen. Menu selections Rename,
Copy, Move or Delete require a PIN for operation
if a PIN has been set and turned ON in the Device
Settings.
3. To pause the recording, press the q PLAY/PAUSE
button. To resume recording press the q PLAY/
PAUSE button again.
4. To select and adjust Input source levels, touch Input
Source.
File and Folder Limits
Single File Size
2GB
※When the above limits are exceeded during
recording, a new file is created automatically
and recording continues.
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Recording
Using RECORD CHECK
1. Touch
Check.
The PLAYBACK screen will appear, and automatically
play the “rehearse_ audio_test” file for you to listen
to using headphones or the internal speaker. After
playback, PMR61 will return to the Record Check
screen. You can listen to the test file again, return
to the Home screen and run Record Check again, or
press REC to begin recording using the Record Check
levels.
on the HOME screen to begin Record
The Record Check screen will appear. Speak into
all microphones that will be used for recording and
count down from 12 to 0.
2. Record Check will automatically detect and set input
sensitivities, input source levels, recording levels,
and make a brief test recording. To hear the results,
touch Play Test File.
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Recording
■Recording Setup
To reset the PIN press On, enter up to 12 characters
and touch Done. Confirm the Device PIN by entering
the PIN again and touch Save. To disable the PIN
function, touch Off followed by Save.
Setting Record Settings
1. From the HOME screen, touch Settings to access the
Setup Menu.
3. To make changes to the Record Settings, touch
Record Settings.
When a PIN (Password Identification Number) has
been set, you must input it here to access or make
changes in the Setup Menu.
The following screen will appear:
2. Touch the number keys to enter the PIN number and
then touch Done.
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Recording
Selecting Media
Setting Record Parameters
1. Touch Media Select to access the options for storing
PMR61 recorded files.
1. To access the Record parameters that determine
the quality of audio and associated file sizes, touch
Record Parameters.
2. Touch the media where you want to write and store
recorded files.
If you select Internal, recorded files will be stored in
the Internal media.
If you select USB, recorded files will be stored in the
USB media.
If you select Both, recorded files will be stored
simultaneously in Internal and USB media.
2. To select sample frequencies and bit rates for your
recordings, touch the parameters. The active File Size
calculator will change as parameters are selected.
3. Touch Save to accept the settings and return to the
Record Settings screen.
Touch Cancel to ignore and return to the Record
Settings Menu.
3. Touch Save to accept the settings and return to the
Record Settings screen.
Touch Cancel to ignore and return to the Record
Settings Menu screen.
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Recording
Selecting Record Level Control
Selecting Phantom Power
1. Touch Record Level Control to access Record Level
Control options.
1. Touch Phantom Power to select Phantom Power
options.
2. Touch Automatic or Manual.
If you select Automatic, Record levels are
automatically adjusted depending on the level
detected during recording.
2. Touch On or Off for each channel.
Select On to provide +48V Phantom Power to the
MIC/LINE (XLR) microphone inputs.
Select Off if condenser microphones are not
connected to the XLR inputs.
Touch Save to accept your selection.
Touch Cancel to return to the Record Settings Menu.
3. Touch Save to accept your selection.
Touch Cancel to ignore changes and return to the
Record Settings Menu.
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Recording
Setting Microphone Attenuator
Setting Aux Input Attenuator
1. To access the attenuation settings for internal or
3.5 mm connected conference microphones, touch
INT/CONF Attenuator.
1. To access the attenuation settings for the AUX inputs
touch AUX Attenuator.
2. Touch On to apply -20 dB attenuation to the Left or
Right Channels.
3. Touch Save to accept the setting.
Touch Cancel to ignore changes and return to the
Record Settings screen in the Setup Menu.
Superscope PMR61 User Guide 2. Touch On to apply -20 dB attenuation to both the
Left and Right Channels.
3. Touch Save to accept your selection.
Touch Cancel to ignore changes and return to the
Record Settings screen in the Setup Menu.
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Recording
Selecting Noise Reduction
Setting MIC/LINE Sensitivity
1. To access Noise Reduction settings, touch Noise
Reduction.
1. To access MIC/LINE Sensitivity settings for the Left
and Right Channel, touch MIC/LINE Sensitivity.
2. Touch Microphone or Line of each channel to select
the Input Sensitivity.
3. Touch Save to accept your selection.
Touch Cancel to ignore changes and return to the
Record Settings screen in the Setup Menu.
2. To select a low cut filter of 80 Hz, touch Normal
Room Reduction. To select a low cut filter of 400 Hz,
touch Maximum Room Reduction. To turn the low
cut filter Off, touch Off.
3. Touch Save to accept your selection.
Touch Cancel to ignore changes and return to the
Record Settings screen in the Setup Menu.
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Recording
Internal Microphone
Setting Auto Start Record
Internal Microphones are automatically turned OFF when
external inputs are detected. To change this setting,
touch Internal Microphones.
Power On Record
1. To access Internal Microphones settings, use the 
/  to scroll to Internal Microphones and touch to
select.
2. To enable internal microphones when MIC/LINE or
AUX inputs are connected, touch Yes.
Internal Microphones cannot be turned on if both
3.5 mm inputs are connected.
3. Touch Save to accept your selection.
Touch Cancel to ignore changes and return to the
Record Settings screen in the Setup Menu.
1. To access Automatic Start Record options, touch
Automatic Start Record.
2. To automatically start recording when the PMR61 is
powered ON, touch Power On Record. Please note it
takes about 15 seconds for PMR to power on before
recording can begin.
3. Touch Save to accept your selection.
Touch Cancel to ignore changes and return to the
Record Settings screen in the Setup Menu.
Audio Detect Record
1. To access the selections to automatically start
recording, touch Automatic Start Record.
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Recording
2. To Automatically start recording when an audio
threshold is detected, Touch Audio Detect Threshold
and then touch Settings.
3. To select an audio threshold setting necessary to
automatically start recording, touch -20 dB (less
sensitive) or -60 dB (more sensitive).
Setting One Touch Record
1. To select the behavior of the t REC button when
pressed, touch One Touch Record”
2. To enter Record mode when pressing the t REC
button once, touch On. To enter Record Pause mode
with one press and begin recording when t REC
button is pressed a second time, touch Off.
One Touch Record OFF is a useful tool if you
regularly want to manually adjust input and record
levels prior to recording.
4. Touch Save to accept your selection.
Touch Cancel to ignore changes and return to the
Record Settings screen in the Setup Menu.
5. Press the t REC button to begin recording.
The following screen will appear and t REC button
flashes during RECORD PAUSE until the threshold
signal is detected.
3. Touch Save to accept the setting.
PMR will return to the Record Settings screen.
Touch Cancel to ignore changes and return to the
Record Settings screen in the Setup Menu.
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Play
5. To play the previous file, touch the g.
To play the file later, touch the h.
■Play
Playing
1. Press the q PLAY/PAUSE button. When you press,
the currently selected file is played.
2. Press the q PLAY/PAUSE button again to pause
playback. Play restarts when you press the q PLAY/
PAUSE button again.
3. To fast-forward the file, press and hold the s.
To rewind the file, press and hold the a.
You can adjust the Time Jump Interval for a/ s in
the Device Settings.
4. To jump forward five minutes, touch
To jump back five minutes, touch the
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Play
Selecting Recorded File
Playing Recorded File
1. At anytime during Playback, you can touch
to
access all recorded files from either the Internal or
USB Media.
1. Touch a recorded file to select it for playback.
2. Touch Play.
From the HOME (
recorded files.
) screen, touch
to access
The PLAYBACK screen will appear and the recorded
file will begin playback.
2. Touch either
or
to view the list of recorded
files within that specific media.
3. Touch  or , to scroll through the list of recorded files.
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Play
Renaming Recorded File
Copy to USB Media
1. Use the  /  to scroll to the recorded file you want
to rename and touch the file.
1. From the Internal Media screen, touch the file that
you want to copy to USB media.
2. Touch Rename.
2. Touch Copy to USB.
3. Use the keyboard to rename any part of the recorded
file name. Touch the display to position the cursor.
To erase characters to the left of the cursor, touch
the  or touch and drag to select the characters
you wish to erase.
3. Touch Yes to copy the file.
4. Touch
to return to the HOME screen. Touch
Previous Menu to return to the previous Menu.
4. Touch Save to accept the setting.
Touch Cancel to ignore changes and return to the
previous screen.
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Play
Move to USB Media
Delete a Recorded File
1. From the Internal Media screen, use the  and  to
scroll to the recorded file you want to move. Touch
the file name to select it.
1. From the Media screen, use the  and  to scroll to
the recorded file you want to delete. Touch the file
name to select it.
2. Touch Move to USB. USB media must be inserted
and detected.
2. Touch Delete.
3. Touch Yes to remove the file from Internal Media and
add it to the USB Media.
3. Confirm the file that is displayed and touch Yes to
permanently delete it.
Note
To permanently delete all recorded files from Internal or
USB media, select the Format Media option from Utility
in the Setup Menu.
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Setup Menu
1. Touch Done to accept the PIN.
■Settings
Open the Setup Menu
1. To access Device Settings, Record Settings and
Utilities, touch Settings.
The following screen will appear.
If a PIN has been previously set in the PMR61, enter it
now to access the Setup Menu.
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Setup Menu
■Device Settings
Setting Date
1. To access the Date settings, touch Time/Date.
Setting Date and Time
Recorded files are automatically named according to the
set time and date. To access the settings, touch Time/
Date.
Setting Time
1. Touch Time/Date.
2. Touch Set Date.
2. Touch Set Time.
3. Change Date values by touching the  or .
3. Change Time values by touching  or .
4. To accept the settings and return to the Time/Date
menu screen, touch Save.
Touch Cancel to ignore changes and return to the
Time/Date menu screen.
4. To accept the settings and return to the Time/Date
menu screen, touch Save.
Touch Cancel to ignore changes and return to the
Time/Date menu screen.
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Setup Menu
Setting Daylight Saving Time
1. To access the settings for daylight saving time, touch
Time/Date.
5. Change Date and Time values by touching the  or
.
6. To accept the settings and return to the previous
menu screen, touch Save.
Touch Cancel to ignore changes and return to the
previous menu screen.
2. Touch Set Daylight Saving.
3. Touch On and then touch Settings.
4. To set the daylight saving start date and time, touch
Start Date.
To set the daylight saving end date and time, touch
End Date.
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Setup Menu
Selecting Time Format
Setting Display
1. To access the 12 hour (standard) or 24 hour (military)
time formats, touch Time/Date.
Setting Backlight
1. To adjust the screen brightness level, touch Display.
2. Touch Time Format.
2. Touch Brightness.
3. Touch 12 Hour (Standard) or 24 Hour (Military) to
select Time Format.
3. Adjust the Backlight Brightness by touching  or  .
4. To accept your selection and return to the previous
menu screen, touch Save.
Touch Cancel to ignore changes and return to the
previous menu screen.
4. To accept the setting and return to the previous
menu screen, touch Save.
Touch Cancel to ignore changes and return to the
Display Settings menu.
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Setup Menu
Setting Sleep Mode time
Setting Home Screen Name
1. To access the Sleep Mode Settings, touch Display.
1. To change the name in the Home Screen, touch
Display.
2. Touch Sleep Mode.
2. Touch Add Name to Home Screen.
3. To adjust the time to Turn off the display and Power
off PMR61, touch the area you want to change.
3. Use the keyboard to enter the Name. Touch the
display to position the cursor.
To erase characters to the left of the cursor, touch
the  or touch and drag to select the characters
you wish to erase. You can enter up to 32 characters.
4. Adjust the time by touching  or  .
4. To accept the name and return to the Display
Settings, touch Save.
Touch Cancel to ignore changes and return to the
Display Settings menu.
5. To accept the setting and return to the Sleep Mode
Settings, touch Save.
Touch Cancel to ignore changes and return to the
Sleep Mode Settings.
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Setup Menu
Setting PIN
4. Enter the Device PIN again to confirm and then touch
Save.
1. To set a PIN to restrict access to the Setup Menu
and protect recorded files, touch Device PIN.
2. Touch On.
5. Touch Save to accept the setting and return to the
Device Settings screen.
To ignore and return to the previous screen, touch
Cancel.
6. To override a forgotten PIN, Power ON the PMR61
while holding the STOP button. This will allow full
access to all PMR61 functions. You can set a new PIN
from Setup Menu Device Settings.
If you do not want to change a previously entered PIN,
touch Cancel. PMR will return to the Previous screen.
Touch Cancel on the Device PIN screen to ignore
changes and return to the Device Settings screen.
3. Enter a Device PIN and then touch Done.
A maximum of 12 characters can be entered.
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Setup Menu
Setting Battery Type
When using the batteries, the battery type should be
correctly set. If you set the wrong battery type, the
battery indicator is not displayed correctly. Please note
that Ni-MH batteries are internally charged in the PMR61
when the Battery Type is set to NI-MH (Charge) and AC
is connected.
1. To access the battery type, touch Battery Type.
2. Touch Ni-MH to use Ni-MH batteries.
Touch Alkaline to use alkaline batteries.
3. Touch Save to accept the setting.
Touch Cancel to ignore changes and return to the
Device Settings screen.
Notes
If you are using Alkaline batteries, please be sure to
select Alkaline (No Charge).
PMR61 disables the charging circuit when Alkaline (No
charge) is selected.
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Setup Menu
Setting User Area
User Areas 1 and 2 are descriptions that can been added
to the File names of PMR61 recordings.
3. Type a User Area description using the keyboard.
To erase characters to the left of the cursor, touch
the  or touch and drag to select the characters
you wish to erase. You can enter up to 12 characters.
1. To access User Areas, touch User Area 1 or User Area
2.
4. Touch Save to save User Name.
The following screen will appear:
2. Touch On and then touch Settings to enter or display
User data that has been previously entered in the File
Name.
5. Touch Save to Save your selection.
Touch Cancel to ignore changes and return to the
previous screen.
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Setup Menu
Setting File Name Format
File Name Format is the order that data appears in the
name of PMR61 recorded files including; Date/Time, User
Area 1 and User Area 2.
2. To access the settings, touch Signal Pass Through or
Mono Output.
1. To access the formats touch File Name Format in the
Device Settings of the Setup Menu.
3. To pass input sources (including the internal
microphones) to the XLR and RCA line outputs
during recording, touch Yes.
If your selection is No, signal will not pass through
to the Line Outputs during Recording.
2. There are 5 formats that determine the order of data
displayed in the file name. Touch  /  to scroll up
and down and touch the format you want to select.
4. Touch Save to save your selection.
Touch Cancel to ignore changes and return to the
previous screen.
3. Touch Save to Save your selection.
Touch Cancel to ignore changes and return to the
previous screen.
5. To sum both the left and right channels to output
as mono from either the left and/or right XLR and
RCA line outputs, touch Yes. Touch No to output as
Stereo.
Setting Audio Output
1. To access the audio output settings, touch Audio
Output.
6. Touch Save to save your selection.
Touch Cancel to ignore changes and return to the
previous screen.
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Setup Menu
Setting Jump Interval Time
From the playback screen you can quickly jump forward
and back to review a recording while it is playing by
using the
and
buttons.
1. To access the selections for the Time Jump Interval,
touch Time Jump Interval.
2. Touch  or  to scroll through the Menu options.
Touch the number of seconds you want to set for
the Time Jump Interval.
3. Touch Save to save your selection.
Touch Cancel to ignore changes and return to Device
Settings in the Setup Menu.
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Setup Menu
■Utility
Utility Menu
Format Media
1. Touch Format Media.
1. To access the Setup Menu touch Settings.
The following screen will appear:
2. Format Media erases all of the recordings and files in
the selected Media.
To select the Media that you want to Format, touch
Internal or USB.
The following screen will appear:
2. Touch Utility.
3. The following screen will appear.
3. Touch Yes if you want to permanently erase all
recordings and files from the selected media.
4. Touch Save to begin formatting the selected media.
Touch Cancel to ignore changes and return to the
Select Media screen.
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Setup Menu
Backup Media
Checking USB Media
1. To backup recordings from either the Internal or USB
media, touch Backup Media.
1. To check the compatibility of your USB media with
PMR61, insert USB media and touch USB Media
Check.
2. Touch, Internal or USB to select Media to be backed
up after USB media is inserted and detected.
3. Confirm the operation displayed on screen. Then
touch OK. If you want to ignore and return to the
previous screen touch Cancel.
2. Touch OK.
3. Touch
to return to the HOME screen. Touch
Previous Menu to return to the previous Menu.
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Setup Menu
Save Settings to USB Media
Load Settings from USB Media
1. To save PMR61 settings to USB Media, touch Save
Settings in the Utility Setup Menu.
1. To load PMR61 settings from USB Media, touch Load
Settings in the Utility Setup Menu.
The following screen will appear:
The following screen will appear:
2. Touch Yes.
2. Touch Yes.
3. Touch Save to accept your selection.
Touch Cancel to ignore changes and return to Utility
in the Setup Menu.
3. Touch Save to load the settings from USB.
Touch Cancel to ignore changes and return to Utility
in the Setup Menu.
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Setup Menu
Delete Recorded Files
Automatically
Restore Factory Settings
1. To restore PMR61 to factory default settings, touch
Restore to Factory Settings.
1. To access Auto Delete Recordings settings, touch
Auto delete Recordings.
The following screen will appear:
2. To select the number of days before recorded files
are automatically deleted, touch  or  .
When Never is selected, the recorded files are not
deleted automatically.
2. Touch Yes. If you Press No the settings will not be
restored.
3. Touch Save to accept your selection.
Touch Cancel to ignore changes and return to Utility
in the Setup Menu.
3. Touch Save to accept your selection.
Touch Cancel to ignore changes and return to Utility
in the Setup Menu.
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Setup Menu
Confirm System Version
1. From the Device Settings in the Setup Menu, scroll to
System Version and touch System Version.
PMR61 System Version will be displayed.
2. Touch Previous Menu to return to Utility in the Setup
Menu.
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Setup Menu
■Speaker Setup
Using Headphones or the
Internal Speaker
When using headphones or the internal speaker, adjust
volume by pressing the − and + VOLUME level button on
the front panel. The internal speaker will be automatically
muted when headphones are connected.
External Speakers
When using powered speakers, speakers with builtin amplifiers, connect PMR61 right and left LINE OUT
to the line inputs of your powered speakers. The left
channel is the white terminal and the right channel is the
red terminal. Use the volume control on the powered
speakers to adjust level.
LINE OUT
AUX IN
L
USB-B
USB-A
R
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Setup Menu
Computer Connection
By connecting PMR61 to a PC or Mac, you can transfer
recorded files to and from a computer for editing or data
backup. When the PMR61 is in MASS STORAGE MODE,
your computer will be able to access recorded files in the
Internal Media.
1. Confirm that the recorder is in Stop Mode and the
3. The PMR61 will be recognized as an external drive
without having to install a new driver.
4. Locate the PMR61 in your computer’s directory, and
copy, move and delete files using your computer’s
operating system.
Recordings transferred from a computer to the
PMR61 are placed in it’s ROOT directory. Folders
from a computer transferred to PMR61 cannot be
viewed or accessed in the PMR61.
HOME ( ) screen is displayed to automatically
activate MASS STORAGE MODE.
※When PMR61 is in MASS STORAGE MODE, all
other features will be inactive.
2. Use the included USB cable to connect the recorder
to your computer.
Do not connect to a computer before
powering on the PMR61.
LINE OUT
AUX IN
L
USB-B
USB-A
R
USB - micro B
USB - A
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Setup Menu
■Using Anti-Glare
Stand
PMR61 includes a simple flip-up stand designed to
reduce glare from overhead lighting that can obstruct the
viewing of the color, touchscreen display. Use a finger to
gently unlock and raise the stand. Lower the stand prior
to placing PMR61 in a case or its packing materials.
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Appendix
■Appendix
Main Menu (1 of 2)
Menu Item
Sub Menu
Time/Date
Display
Set Time
Set Date
Set Daylight Saving
Time Format
Brightness
Display
Device Settings
Device PIN
Battery Type
User Area 1
User Area 2
File Name Format
Sleep Mode
Add Name to Home
Screen
On
Off
Ni-MH (Charge)
Alkaline (No Charge)
On
Off
On
Off
To choose from six
types
Signal Pass Though
Audio Output
Mono Output
Time Jump Interval 1 s - 60 s
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Settings
Hour, Minute, AM/PM
Month, Day, Year
On
Off
12 Hour
24 Hour
Set Screen Brightness Level
Turn off the display On Battery
Turn off the display Plugged in
Power off PMR61 On Battery
Power off PMR61 Plugged in
Characters Input
Characters Input
━
━
Characters Input
━
Characters Input
━
━
Yes
No
Yes
No
Default Settings
━
━
Off
12 Hour
5
5 minutes
Never
Never
Never
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Off
Alkaline (No Charge)
Off
Off
Date/Time User
Area 1 User Area 2
Yes
No
━
15 s
Appendix
Main Menu (2 of 2)
Menu Item
Sub Menu
Media Select
Display
Internal
USB
Both (Simultaneous
Recordings)
━
Record Parameters See Record Settings
━
Record Level
Control
━
━
━
━
━
━
━
━
━
━
━
━
Automatic
Manual
Lch On
Lch Off
Phantom Power
Rch On
Rch Off
Lch Off
INT/CONF MIC
Lch On
Rch Off
Attenuator
Rch On
Off
AUX Attenuator
On
Microphone -40 dBu
(Lch)
Microphone -60 dBu
Record Settings
(Lch)
Line -4 dBu (Lch)
Line +16 dBu (Lch)
MIC/LINE Sensitivity
Microphone -40 dBu
(Rch)
Microphone -60 dBu
(Rch)
Line -4 dBu (Rch)
Line +16 dBu (Rch)
Normal Room
Noise Reduction
Maximum Room
Off
Internal
Yes
No
Microphones
Power On Record
Automatic Start
Audio Detect
Record
Threshold
Off
On
One Touch Record
Off
Internal
Format Media
USB
Internal
Backup Media
USB
USB Media Check
━
Yes
Save Settings
No
Utility
Yes
Load Settings
No
Auto delete
To set days to
Recordings
automatic deletion
Restore to Factory Yes
No
Settings
System Version
━
Settings
━
━
Default Settings
Internal
MP3, 128 kbps,
44.1 kHz, stereo
Manual
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
━
━
━
━
Microphone -60 dBu
(Lch)
━
━
-20 dB
-60 dB
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━
━
━
━
━
━
━
━
Microphone -60 dBu
(Rch)
Normal Room
No
Off
━
━
━
━
━
━
━
━
━
━
━
━
━
━
━
━
On
━
━
━
━
━
Never
━
━
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Record Settings
Record Parameters
option
WAV Stereo
WAV Mono
WAV Stereo
WAV Mono
WAV Stereo
WAV Mono
MP3 Stereo
MP3 Mono
MP3 Stereo
MP3 Mono
MP3 Stereo
MP3 Mono
16 bit
16 bit
16 bit
16 bit
16 bit
16 bit
256 kbps
128 kbps
64 kbps
32 kbps
128 kbps
64 kbps
32 kbps
128 kbps
64 kbps
32 kbps
16 kbps
8 kbps
(Not available)
64 kbps
32 kbps
16 kbps
8 kbps
64 kbps
32 kbps
16 kbps
8 kbps
(Not available)
32 kbps
16 kbps
8 kbps
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44.1 kHz
22.05 kHz
11.025 kHz
44.1 kHz
44.1 kHz
22.05 kHz
22.05 kHz
11.025 kHz
11.025 kHz
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Appendix
Internal Memory Times
The table below shows estimated record times for 1GB of storage space.
Estimate Record Times
Internal Memory Continuous Recording
WAV Stereo
16 bit
1h 34m
44.1 kHz
WAV Mono
16 bit
3h 8m
WAV Stereo
16 bit
3h 8m
22.05 kHz
WAV Mono
16 bit
6h 18m
WAV Stereo
16 bit
6h 18m
11.025 kHz
WAV Mono
16 bit
12h 36m
256 kbps
8h 40m
128 kbps
17h 21m
MP3 Stereo
64 kbps
34h 43m
32 kbps
69h 26m
44.1 kHz
128 kbps
17h 21m
MP3 Mono
64 kbps
34h 43m
32 kbps
69h 24m
128 kbps
17h 21m
64 kbps
34h 43m
MP3 Stereo
32 kbps
69h 26m
16 kbps
138h 53m
22.05 kHz
64 kbps
34h 43m
32 kbps
69h 26m
MP3 Mono
16 kbps
138h 53m
8 kbps
277h 46m
64 kbps
34h 43m
MP3 Stereo
32 kbps
69h 26m
16 kbps
138h 53m
11.025 kHz
32 kbps
69h 26m
MP3 Mono
16 kbps
138h 53m
8 kbps
277h 46m
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Appendix
Continuous Recording Time with Battery Operation
Signal Pass
Through
LCD
Full Bright
Yes
Dimmer
Fully charged
2700 mAh Ni-MH
Full Bright
No
Dimmer
Signal Pass
Through
LCD
Full Bright
Yes
Dimmer
AA Size Alkaline
1300 mAh
Full Bright
No
Dimmer
Phantom
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Phantom
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Conditions: 77 degrees Fahrenheit
Volume controller: Minimum position
Mode: Recording MP3-44.1kHz-Stereo-128kbps
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Battery Life
(hours)
4.0 h
3.4 h
4.7 h
4.0 h
4.5 h
3.9 h
5.4 h
4.6 h
Battery Life
(hours)
1.9 h
1.6 h
2.3 h
2.0 h
2.2 h
1.9 h
2.6 h
2.2 h
Specifications
■Specifications
General
Number of Recording Channels..................... 2 (stereo)
Recording / Playback Formats..................... WAV, MP3
16bit/Recording Format: linear PCM WAV 44.1kHz
MP3 Stereo 16, 32, 64, 80, 128, 160, 256 kbps
MP3 Mono 8, 16, 32, 40, 64, 80, 128 kbps
File System.................................................FAT16/ FAT32
Sampling Rate............. 11.025 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 44.1 kHz
Maximum Recording File Size...............................2 GB
Display.... High-resolution 4.3-inch LCD Color Touch-screen
Power Requirements.....................................................
12 VDC 3.0 A Center Pin Positive
AC 100 - 240 V 50/60 Hz Power Supply
Battery 4 X “AA” Alkaline or Ni-MH
Dimensions...........................5.67 (W) 3.2 (H) 7.72 (D) in
144 (W) 57 (H) 196 (D) mm
Weight.............................4.85 lb/2.2 kg without Battery
Operating Temperature.......................... 5 °C to 40 °C
(41 °F to 104 °F)
Internal Speaker............................................3.6 cm X 1
Internal Microphones................ Electret Condenser X 2
Phantom Power Supply...................... 48 V 10 mA max
USB................................................. USB 2.0 High speed /
Mass Storage Class Operation
Overall Frequency Response..... 20 Hz to 20 kHz +/-1 dB
Playback S/N......................................................... 96 dB
Input
Mic / Line Inputs
TYPE................................... XLR (1: GND, 2: Hot, 3: Cold)
TRS (Tip: Hot, Ring: Cold, Sleeve: GND)
Mic Setting
Input Sensitivity..................................-60 dBu, -40 dBu
THD...................................................................... 0.18%
S/N........................................................................ 57 dB
Max. Input Level............................ -22 dBu (at -60 dBu)
-2 dBu (at -40 dBu)
Conf Mic Input
TYPE.......................................................... Ø3.5 terminal
Input Sensitivity................................................. 2.4 mV
Input Impedance....................................................4 kW
THD....................................................................... 0.1 %
S/N........................................................................ 72 dB
Max. Input Level............................................... 180 mV
1.8 V (ATT ON)
AUX Input
TYPE........................................................... RCA terminal
Input Sensitivity................................................ 500 mV
Input Impedance..................................................20 kW
THD.....................................................................0.03 %
S/N........................................................................ 80 dB
Max. Input Level................................................... 3.8 V
10 V (ATT ON)
Outputs
Balanced Analog Out L/R
TYPE................................... XLR (1: GND, 2: Hot, 3: Cold)
Load Impedance.......................................... Over 600 W
Output Level.......................................+16dBu at 600 W
Unbalanced Analog Out L/R
TYPE...........................................................RCA Terminal
Load Impedance...........................................Over 10 kW
Output Level...........................................2.0 V at 10 kW
Headphone Out.....................48 mW/ 32 W (10 % THD)
Speaker Out...............................1.5 W. 8 W (10 % THD)
(AC adaptor powered)
0.5 W. 8 W (10 % THD)
(Battery powered)
Appearance standards and specifications are subject to
change without notice.
Line Setting
Input Sensitivity.................................... -4dBu, +16 dBu
Input Impedance..................................................12 kW
THD.....................................................................0.03 %
S/N........................................................................ 80 dB
Max. Input Level..............................+14 dBu (at -4 dBu)
+22 dBu (at +16 dBu)
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■Trademarks, Copyrights and
Disclaimers
MPEG Layer-3 Licensing
MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology licensed from Fraunhofer IIS and Thompson.
“Supply of this product does not convey a license nor imply any right to distribute MPEG Layer-3 compliant content
created with this product in revenue-generating broadcast systems (terrestrial, satellite, cable and/or other distribution
channels), streaming applications (via Internet, intranets and/or other networks). Other content distribution systems
(pay-audio or audio-on-demand applications and the like) or on physical media (compact disc, digital versatile discs,
semiconductor chips, hard drives, memory cards and the like). An independent license for such use is required. For
details, please visit http://mp3licensing.com.”
This product is designed to help you record
and reproduce sound works to which you
own or copyright, or where you have obtained
permission from the copyright holder or the
rightful licensor.
Unless you own the copyright, or have obtained
the appropriate permission from the copyright
holder or the rightful licensor, your unauthorized
recording, reproduction or distribution thereof
may result in severe criminal penalties under
copyright laws and international copyright
treaties.
One Year Limited Warranty
Your Superscope® PMR61™ is warranted against manufacturer defects in material and workmanship for one year
from the date of purchase.
Non-transferable Warranty:
This warranty may be enforced only by the original purchaser.
The following are not covered under warranty:
1. Damage, deterioration, malfunction or failure to meet performance specifications resulting from
• accident, acts of nature, misuse, abuse, neglect or unauthorized product modification.
• improper installation, removal or maintenance, or failure to follow supplied instructions.
• repair or attempted repair by a non-Superscope authorized agent.
• any shipment (claims must be presented to the carrier).
• any cause other than a defect of manufacturing.
2. Cleaning, check-ups with no fault found.
3. Any product on which the serial number has been defaced, modified, or removed.
4. Accessories, including but not limited to, cables and adaptors.
5. Product purchased outside of the United States, its possessions or territories, or from a party other than
Superscope or an authorized Superscope reseller.
The following are covered under warranty:
All labor and material expenses (parts and labor) for products covered by this warranty.
To Obtain Service:
1. If your unit needs service contact Superscope at (630)232-8900. A service representative will advise
you of how to obtain service. Please do not return the unit directly to Superscope, unless
specified by our service representative.
2. You must pay any shipping charges if it is necessary to ship the product for service. If the necessary repairs are
covered by the warranty, we will pay return shipping charges to your location anywhere in the United States.
3. Whenever warranty service is required, you must present the original dated sales receipt, or other proof of
purchase.
No Implied Warranties:
ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE HEREBY EXCLUDED.
Exclusion of Damages:
Liability for any defective product is limited to repair or replacement of the product at Superscope’s option.
Superscope shall not be liable for damage to other products caused by any defects in Superscope products,
damages based on inconvenience or for loss of use of the product, profits or goodwill, or for any other damages,
whether incidental, consequential, or otherwise.
Except as specifically provided herein, no other express warranties are given.
This limited warranty is enforceable only in the United States and its possessions or territories.
Superscope LLC
1508 Batavia Avenue, Geneva, IL • 60134
Phone : 630 - 232 - 8900 • Fax : 630 - 232 - 8905
www.superscopetechnologies.com
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