Sony | ICD-P520 | Sony ICD-P520 Operating Instructions

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collection systems)
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shall not be treated as household
waste. Instead it shall be handed over
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and other European countries with
separate collection systems)
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packaging indicates that the battery
provided with this product shall not be
treated as household waste.By
ensuring these batteries are disposed
of correctly, you will help prevent
potentially negative consequences for the
environment and human health which could
otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling
of the battery. The recycling of the materials will help
to conserve natural resources.
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or data integrity reasons require a permanent
connection with an incorporated battery, this battery
should be replaced by qualified service staff only.
To ensure that the battery will be treated properly,
hand over the product at end-of-life to the applicable
collection point for the recycling of electrical and
electronic equipment.
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to remove the battery from the product safely. Hand
the battery over to the applicable collection point for
the recycling of waste batteries.
For more detailed information about recycling of this
product or battery, please contact your local Civic
Office, your household waste disposal service or the
shop where you purchased the product.
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 This software is for Windows and cannot be used
for Macintosh.
 The supplied connecting cable is for the IC recorder
ICD-P520. You cannot connect other IC recorders.
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Table of Contents
Index to Parts and Controls......................6
Getting Started
Step 1: Installing the Batteries................9
Replacing the batteries......................10
Step 2: Setting the Clock............................11
Basic Operations
Recording Messages....................................13
Selecting the Folder......................................17
Starting Recording Automatically
in Response to the Sound
— Advanced VOR Function ...................17
Selecting the Microphone
Sensitivity............................................................18
Various Recording Modes
Adding a Recording......................................19
Using an adding recording.............19
Adding a recording to a previously
recorded message................................20
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Recording with an External
Microphone or from Other
Equipment..........................................................21
Playback/Erasing
Playing Back Messages................................23
Playing back a message repeatedly
— Repeat Play.........................................25
Playing back all messages in a
folder continuously
— Continuous Play..............................25
Searching forward/backward
during playback (Cue/Review)......25
Locating quickly the point you
wish to start playback
(Easy Search).............................................26
Playing Back a Message at a Desired
Time with an Alarm.......................................26
Erasing Messages...........................................30
Erasing messages one by one.......30
Erasing all messages in a folder....31
Editing Messages
Troubleshooting
Dividing a Message.......................................32
Moving Messages to a Different Folder
— Move Function..........................................33
Troubleshooting..............................................46
Utilizing the Menu Function
Selecting the Display Mode.....................35
Turning off the Beep Sound....................36
Changing the Recording Mode.............36
Playing Back All Messages in a Folder
Continuously.....................................................37
Turning off the OPR Indicator
(LED).......................................................................37
Additional Information
Precautions.........................................................52
Specifications....................................................53
Using the IC Recorder with
Your Computer
Using the Supplied Digital Voice Editor
Software...............................................................38
What you can do using the Digital
Voice Editor software..........................38
System requirements..........................39
Installing the software........................40
Connecting the IC recorder to your
computer....................................................44
Referring to the help files.................45
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Index to Parts and Controls
Main unit
MIC (built-in microphone)
(microphone) jack
Display window
MENU/DISPLAY
DIVIDE
STOP
REC (record) /PAUSE
 (headphone) jack
OPR (operation) indicator
ERASE
VOL (volume) control*
HOLD
PLAY/STOP (ENTER)**
– (review/fast backward)/
+ (cue/fast forward) (SELECT)
Speaker
* There is a tactile dot beside the control to show
the direction to turn up the volume.
**The button has a tactile dot.
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Preventing Accidental Operation
— HOLD function
Slide the HOLD switch to ON. “HOLD” will flash
three times, indicating that all the functions of
the buttons are locked.
When the HOLD function is activated during
stop, all the display will be turned off after
“HOLD” flashes.
Rear
USB connector
HOLD
Battery compartment
To cancel the HOLD function
Hook for handstrap
(not supplied)
Slide the HOLD switch to OFF .
 Note
When the HOLD function is activated during
recording, cancel the HOLD function first to
stop recording.
 Tip
Even if the HOLD function is activated, you can
stop the alarm playback. To stop the alarm or
playback, press STOP.
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Display window
Folder indication
Microphone sensitivity
Alarm indicator
Selected message
number
REC DATE (recorded date)
indication
REMAIN indicator
Remaining memory
indicator
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Remaining battery
indicator
Recording mode
indication
REC (recording)
indicator
Repeat play indicator
EASY-S (Easy Search)
indicator
Number of messages
in a folder/Menu
indication/Counter/
Remaining time
indication /Recording
date indication/
Current time indication/
Messages
Getting Started
Step 1: Installing the
Batteries
If the battery compartment lid is
accidentally detached, attach it as
illustrated.
1 Slide and lift the battery
compartment lid.
Getting Started
2 Insert two LR03 (size AAA) alkaline
Clock setting display appears when you
insert batteries for the first time, or when
you replace the batteries with new ones.
Please refer to Steps 2 to 3 in “Step 2:
Setting the Clock” to set the date and time.
batteries with correct polarity, and
close the lid.
Make sure to insert both of the
batteries from their – ends.
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Replacing the batteries
 Notes

The battery indicator in the display
window shows the battery condition.
When “
” flashes, replace the batteries
with new ones.
When “
” flashes, the batteries
are exhausted and the unit will stop
operation.

Battery life* (With continuous use)



In the HQ mode
Recording:
Approx. 11 hr.
Playback**:
Approx. 7.5 hr.
In the SP and LP modes
Recording:
Approx. 22 hr.
Playback**:
Approx. 11 hr.
(hr.: hours)
* Using Sony alkaline batteries LR03 (size AAA)
**When playing back through the internal
speaker with the medium volume level
The battery life may shorten depending on the
operation of the unit.
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
Do not use manganese batteries for this unit.
When you replace the batteries with new
ones, the clock setting display appears.
In this case, set the date and time again.
The recorded messages and alarm setting,
however, will remain.
When replacing the batteries, be sure to
replace both batteries with new ones.
Do not charge dry batteries.
When you are not going to use the unit for
a long time, remove the batteries to prevent
damage from battery leakage and corrosion.
The unit is accessing data while “ACCESS“
appears in the display window or the OPR
indicator flashes in orange. While accessing,
do not remove the batteries. Doing so may
damage the data.
Step 2: Setting the
Clock
MENU/DISPLAY
STOP
– /+
Press MENU/DISPLAY for more than
1 second until “MODE” appears in the
display window.
The unit enters the menu mode.
Press –  or + to display “SET
DATE”.
Press PLAY/STOP.
The year digits will flash.
2 Set the date.
Press –  or + to select the
digits of the year.
Press PLAY/STOP.
The month digits will flash.
Getting Started
PLAY/STOP
1 Display the clock setting display.
Set the month and day in sequence,
then press PLAY/STOP.
The hour digits will flash.
Clock setting display appears when you
insert batteries for the first time, or when
you replace the batteries with new ones.
In this case, proceed from step 2.
 Tip
To set the date to Year 2007, display “07Y”.
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3 Set the time.
Press –  or + to select the
digits of the hour.
Press PLAY/STOP.
The minute digits will flash.
Set the minute.
Press PLAY/STOP at the time
signal.
The display will return to “SET DATE”.
Press STOP to exit from the menu
mode.
If the unit is left unused for more
than 3 seconds in the stop mode, the
display will show the current time.
 Tip
This unit does not have a power on/off switch.
The display is shown at all times.
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Basic Operations
Recording Messages
Built-in microphone
Display window
Recording mode
Remaining memory
indicator
* The display selected with the
MENU/DISPLAY button appears.
You can record up to 99 messages in
each of the four folders (A, B, C, and D).
Since a newly recorded message
is automatically added behind the
last recorded message, you can start
recording quickly without searching for
the end of the last recording.
REC/PAUSE
STOP
Basic Operations
Current message
number
Counter display*
OPR indicator
(lights in red during
recording.)
1 Select the recording mode.
See “Changing the Recording Mode”
on page 36.
2 Select the folder.
See “Selecting the Folder” on page 17.
 Note
Before making a long recording, be sure to
insert new batteries and check the battery
indicator.
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3 Start recording.
Press REC/PAUSE.
You do not need to keep pressing
REC/PAUSE while recording.
Speak to the built-in microphone.
4 Stop recording.
Press STOP.
The unit stops at the beginning of the
current recording.
If you do not change the folder after you
stop recording, the next time you record
you will record in the same folder.
Other operations
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To
pause
recording*
Do this
Press REC/PAUSE.
During recording pause, the
OPR indicator flashes in red
and “PAUSE” flashes in the
display window.
release
pause and
resume
recording
Press REC/PAUSE.
Recording resumes from that
point.
(To stop recording after
pausing recording, press
STOP.)
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To
listen to
the current
recording
Do this
Press STOP to stop
recording, then press
PLAY/STOP.
review the
current
recording
instantly
Press PLAY/STOP during
recording.
search
backward
during
recording
(Review)
Hold down –  during
recording or recording pause.
Recording mode will be
released, and reviewing of the
current recording starts. If you
release the button, playback
starts from that point.
select the
You can select the
microphone microphone sensitivity using
sensitivity
the menu. See “Selecting the
Microphone Sensitivity”.
H (high): To record at meeting
or in a quiet and/or spacious place.
L (low): To record for dictation
or in a noisy place.
* About one hour after you pause recording,
recording pause is automatically released
and the unit goes into the stop mode.
Note on recording

Noise may be recorded if an object, such as
your finger, etc., accidentally rubs or scratches
the unit during recording.
Maximum recording time
The maximum recording time of all
the folders is as follows. You can record
messages for the maximum recording
time in a single folder.
29 hr. 45 min.
SP**
79 hr. 20 min.
LP***
130 hr. 25 min.
(hr.: hours/min.: minutes)
* HQ: High quality recording mode
(monaural sound)
** SP: Standard play recording mode
(monaural sound)
***LP: Long play recording mode (monaural
sound)
 Notes



To record in better sound quality, select
the HQ mode. For switching the recording
mode, see “Changing the Recording Mode”
on page 36.
Before making a long recording, be sure to
check the battery indicator.
The maximum recording time and the
number of messages you can make vary
depending on the conditions of use.
Basic Operations
HQ*

When you record messages in the mixture
of HQ, SP and LP modes, the maximum
recording time will be between those for the
HQ and LP modes.
Due to the limitation of the IC recording
system, this unit records in the minimum
recording unit of approx. 2 seconds at most,
therefore the following symptoms may
occur:
 When a message is shorter than the
minimum recording unit, it is still counted
as approx. 2 seconds at most so the
remaining recording time will decrease
by more than the actual length of the
message.
 When the message is longer than the
minimum recording unit, the remaining
recording time will decrease by more
than the actual length of the message
if it cannot be divided by the minimum
recording unit without a remainder.
 The sum of the number on the counter
(elapsed recording time) and the
remaining recording time may be less than
the unit’s maximum recording time.
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Remaining memory indication
 Notes
During recording, the remaining memory
indicator decreases one by one.

The memory is
nearly full.
Flashing
When the remaining time of recording
reaches 5 minutes, the last one of the
indication flashes.
If the remaining recording time display
mode is selected, the remaining
recording time display will also flash
when the remaining time reaches 1
minute.
When the memory is full, recording
automatically stops and “FULL” will flash
in the display window with an alarm
sound. To continue recording, first erase
some of the messages.
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
If you press REC/PAUSE when the
memory is full, “FULL” will flash with an alarm
sound. Erase some of the messages before
you start recording again.
If you press REC/PAUSE after you have
recorded 99 messages, “FULL” will flash with
an alarm sound. Select another folder or
erase some of the messages.
Selecting the Folder
1 Press MENU/DISPLAY for more than
1 second until “MODE” appears in
the display window.
2 Press –  or + to select
3 Press –  or + to select
the folder you want and press
PLAY/STOP.
Current folder
4 Press STOP to exit the menu
When VOR (voice operated recording) is
set to “ON” in the menu, recording starts
when the recorder detects sound. (“VOR”
is displayed in the display window.)
Recording stops when no sound is
heard. (“VOR PAUSE” flashes in the display
window.)
 Note
Basic Operations
“FOLDER” and press PLAY/
STOP.
Starting Recording
Automatically in
Response to the
Sound — Advanced
VOR Function
VOR function is affected by the sound around
you. Set the microphone sensitivity to “H
(high)” or “L (low)” using the menu. If recording
is not satisfactory after you have changed
the microphone sensitivity, or for important
recording, set VOR to “OFF.”
mode.
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Selecting the
Microphone
Sensitivity
1 Press MENU/DISPLAY for more than
1 second until “MODE” appears in
the display window.
2 Press –  or + to select
“SENS” and press PLAY/STOP.
3 Press –  or + to select
“H (high sensitivity)” or “L (low
sensitivity)” and press PLAY/
STOP.
4 Press STOP to exit the menu
mode.
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Various Recording Modes
4 Press –  or + to select
Adding a Recording
“ADD” or “OVER” and press
PLAY/STOP.
Using an adding recording
• ADD: adds a recording to a
previously recorded message
• OVER: adds an overwrite recording.
1 Press MENU/DISPLAY for more than
1 second until “MODE” appears in
the display window.
5 Press STOP to exit the menu mode.
To prohibit to add a recording
In step 3, select “OFF” and press
PLAY/STOP.
Various Recording Modes
At a factory setting, you cannot add a
recording not to erase the message by
accidental operation. If you want to add
a recording to a previously recorded
message or add an overwrite recording,
change the REC-OP setting in the
procedures below.
2 Press –  or + to display
“REC-OP” and press PLAY/
STOP.
The adding recording window will be
displayed.
3 Press –  or + to select “ON”
and press PLAY/STOP.
The setting is changed.
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Adding a recording to
a previously recorded
message
You can add a recording to the message
being played back.
When “ADD” is selected in the menu
The added recording will be placed after
the current message and counted as a
part of the message.
When “OVER” is selected in the menu
You can add an overwrite recording
after the selected point in a recorded
message. The part of the message after
the selected point is deleted.
The starting point of
an overwrite recording
Message 2
Message 3 Message 4
The deleted part
of Message 2
During playback of Message 3
Message 3
Message 4
Message 2
After adding a recording
Message 3
Message 3
Message 4
Added overwrite recording in Message 2
Message 4
Added recording
1 During playback, press and hold
REC/PAUSE.
The “REC” indication appears.
“ADD” or “OVER” will flash and the unit
stops in the recording pause mode.
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2 While “ADD” or “OVER” flashes,
press REC/PAUSE again.
The OPR indicator will light in red. An
add or overwrite recording starts.
3 Press STOP to stop the recording.
 Notes

(microphone)
jack
External
microphone
(not supplied)
Tape recorder,
TV, radio, etc.
Various Recording Modes

You cannot add or overwrite a recording if
the remaining memory is not long enough.
The added or overwritten portion of a
message will be recorded in the same
recording mode (HQ, SP, or LP).
Recording with an
External Microphone
or from Other
Equipment
1 Connect a plug-in-power type
microphone or other equipment to
the (microphone) jack.
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When you connect an external
microphone, the built-in microphone
is automatically cut off. When a plug in
power type microphone is connected,
power is automatically supplied to the
microphone from the IC recorder.
2 Follow the steps in “Recording
Messages” on page 13 to record
messages.
 Notes



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Make sure that the plugs are connected
securely.
We recommend you make a trial recording
to check the connections and volume
control.
When connecting equipment other than
Sony’s, refer to the instruction manual of the
equipment.
Playback/Erasing
Playing Back
Messages
 (headphone) jack
PLAY/STOP
OPR indicator
(lights in green during playback)
VOL
Playback/Erasing
STOP
– /+
When playing back a previously recorded
message, start from Step 1.
When playing back a message you have
just finished recording, start from Step 3.
1 Select the folder.
2 Select the message number.
Press –  or + to display the
desired message number.
– : for smaller message number
+: for larger message number
See “Selecting the Folder” on page 17.
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3 Start playback.
Press PLAY/STOP.
Adjust the volume with the VOL
control.
4 Stop playback.
Other operations
To
stop at the
current position
Press STOP.
After playing back one message, the
unit stops at the beginning of the next
message. When the continuous play
function is set to “CONT ON” (page 37),
the unit stops after playing all messages
in a folder.
When the last message on a folder has
been played back, the unit stops at the
beginning of the last message.
For private listening
Connect an ear receiver or headphones
to the  (headphone) jack. The
built-in speaker will be automatically
disconnected. If noise is heard, wipe the
headphones plug.
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Do this
Press PLAY/STOP or
STOP.
To resume playback
from that point, press
PLAY/STOP again.
go back to the
Press –  once.*
beginning of the
current message
skip to the next
message
Press + once.*
go back to
previous
messages/skip
to succeeding
messages
Press –  or +
repeatedly.
(During stop mode,
keep the button pressed
to skip the messages
continuously.)
* These operations are for when EASY-S (Easy
Search function) of the menu is set to “OFF”.
Playing back a message
repeatedly — Repeat Play
During playback, press PLAY/STOP
for more than one second.
“ ” will be displayed and the selected
message will be played back repeatedly.
To resume normal playback, press
PLAY/STOP again. To stop playback,
press STOP.
You can select the continuous play
mode with CONT in the menu. When you
set CONT to “ON,” you can play back all
messages in a folder continuously.
To search forward, keep + pressed
during playback and release the
button at the point you wish to resume
playback.
To search backward, keep – 
pressed during playback and release the
button at the point you wish to resume
playback.
If you keep + or –  pressed, the
unit starts to search at higher speed.
For the first 7 seconds of cue/review,
fast playback sound can be heard. When
searching at a higher speed, playback
sound will not be heard.
During cue/review, the counter will be
displayed, regardless of the
display mode setting.
Playback/Erasing
Playing back all messages in
a folder continuously
— Continuous Play
Searching forward/
backward during playback
(Cue/Review)
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 Tip
When fast playback is done to the end of the last
message, “END” flashes 5 times. (You cannot hear
the playback sound.) If you keep –  pressed
while “END” is flashing, the messages are played
back rapidly, and normal playback will start at
the point you release the button.
When “END” stops flashing and the OPR
indicator goes off, the unit will stop at the
beginning of the last message.
If the last message is long and you wish to
start playback at a later part of the message,
keep + pressed to play back the message
to the end and then press –  while “END” is
flashing to go back to the desired point.
(For messages other than the last one, go to
the beginning of the next message and play
backward to the desired point.)
Locating quickly the point you
wish to start playback (Easy
Search)
When EASY-S is set to “ON” in the menu,
you can advance approx. 10 seconds by
pressing +. This function is useful
when locating a desired point in a long
recording. (“EASY-S” is displayed in the
display window.)
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Playing Back a
Message at a Desired
Time with an Alarm
You can sound an alarm and start
playback of a selected message at a
desired time. If you select “B-ONLY”
in Step 6, an alarm sounds only and
playback will not start.
1 Select the folder (See “Selecting
the Folder” on page 17) and display
the message you want to play back
with an alarm.
2 Enter the alarm setting mode.
Press MENU/DISPLAY for more than
1 second until “MODE” appears in the
display window.
Press –  or + to select “ALARM
OFF”.
(If the alarm has already set to the
selected message, “ALARM ON” is
displayed. If you do not wish to
change the setting, press STOP and
exit the menu mode.)
 Note
“ALARM OFF (or ON)” will not appear and
the alarm cannot be set if the clock has
not been set or no message has been
recorded in the selected folder.
Press PLAY/STOP.
“OFF” starts to flash.
Press –  or + to select “ON”.
“ON” starts to flash.
Press PLAY/STOP.
“DATE” will flash in the display
window.
3 Set the alarm date.
Press PLAY/STOP while “DATE” is
To play back at the same time every
day
Press –  or + to select “DAILY”.
4 Press PLAY/STOP.
The hour digits will flash.
5 Set the alarm time.
Press –  or + to select the
hour digits and press PLAY/STOP.
The minute digits will flash.
Press –  or + to select the
minute digits and press PLAY/
STOP.
“B-PLAY” will be displayed.
Playback/Erasing
To play back on a desired date
(the message will be played back at
the same time on the same date every
year until you erase the message)
To play back once a week
Press –  or + to select the day
of the week.
flashing.
The year digits will flash.
Press –  or  + to select the
year digits and press PLAY/STOP.
The month digits will flash.
Press –  or + to select the
month digits and press PLAY/
STOP.
The day digits will flash.
Press –  or + to select the day
digits.
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6 Set the alarm sound.
Press –  or + to select the
alarm sound either from “B-PLAY”
(playing back the message after the
alarm) or “B-ONLY” (alarm only).
Press PLAY/STOP.
“ALARM ON” will be displayed.
7 Press STOP to exit the menu mode.
“” is displayed when the number of the
message with alarm setting is selected.
At the set time, the alarm will sound
for about 10 seconds and the selected
message will be played back. (If you have
selected “B-ONLY”, only the alarm will
sound.)
During playback, “ALARM” will flash in the
display window.
When the playback ends, the unit will
stop automatically at the beginning of
that message.
To listen to the same message
again
Press PLAY/STOP. The same message
will be played back from the beginning.
To cancel the alarm setting
before the playback starts
Press STOP while the alarm sound
is heard. You can stop even when the
HOLD function is activated.
 Notes
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You cannot set the alarm if you have not
set the clock or there is no message in the
selected folder (the unit will not enter the
alarm setting mode when you press MENU/
DISPLAY in Step 2).
If you try to set the alarm to play back a
message at a previously set time on another
message, “PRE SET” will be displayed,
preventing new settings.
If the alarm time comes while another
message is being played back with an alarm,
the playback stops and the new message
will be played back.
If the alarm time comes during recording,
alarm will sound for 10 seconds after the
recording is finished and playback begins.
“” will flash when the alarm time comes.
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

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To cancel or change the alarm
setting
1 Select the message you set the
alarm to play back, and press
MENU/DISPLAY for more than 1
second to enter the menu mode.
2 Press –  or + to select
“ALARM ON”.
3 Press PLAY/STOP to flash “ON”.
4 To cancel the alarm setting: Press
–  or + to flash “OFF” and
press PLAY/STOP.
To change the alarm setting: Press
PLAY/STOP. When the alarm date
is displayed, follow the Steps 3 to 6 of
“Playing Back a Message at a Desired
Time with an Alarm” to change the
alarm setting.
Playback/Erasing

If more than one alarm time comes during
recording, only the first message will be
played back.
When the alarm time comes when the unit is
in the menu mode, alarm will sound and the
menu mode will be canceled.
If you erase the message you set the alarm to
play back, the alarm setting will be canceled.
If you divide a message with the playback
alarm, playback will stop at the point you
divided a message.
You can adjust the playback volume with the
VOL control.
If the alarm time comes during erasing,
alarm will sound for 10 seconds after the
erasing is finished and playback begins.
Alarm setting will not be canceled when
the alarm playback finishes. To cancel alarm
setting, see below.
5 Press STOP to exit the menu
mode.
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Erasing Messages
ERASE
Erasing messages one by one
When a message is erased, the remaining
messages will advance and renumbered
so that there will be no space between
messages.
1 Press ERASE while playing back
MENU/DISPLAY
STOP
You can erase the recorded messages
one by one or all messages in a folder at
a time.
Note that once a recording has been
erased, you cannot retrieve it.
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the message you want to erase or
press ERASE for more than 1 second
during stop mode.
A beep will sound and the message
number and “ERASE” will flash while
the whole message is played back 10
times.
2 Press ERASE while the message is
being played back.
The message is erased and the
remaining messages will be
renumbered. (For example, if you
erase Message 3, Message 4 will be
renumbered as Message 3. When
erasing is completed, the unit will
stop at the beginning of the following
message.)
To cancel erasing
1 Select the folder you want to
erase using MENU/DISPLAY. (See
“Selecting the Folder” on page 17.)
2 While pressing STOP, press ERASE
for more than 1 second.
“ALL ERASE” will flash for 10 seconds.
3 While the display is flashing, press
ERASE.
To erase other messages
To cancel erasing
Repeat steps 1 and 2.
Press STOP before step 3.
To erase a message partially
First divide the message and then follow
the steps to erase the message.
Playback/Erasing
Press STOP before step 2.
Erasing all messages in a
folder
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Editing Messages
Dividing a Message
You can divide a message during
recording or playback, so that the
message is divided into two and the new
message number is added to the divided
message. By dividing a message, you can
easily find the point you want to play
back when you make a long recording
such as a meeting.
You can divide messages until the
total number of messages in the folder
becomes 99.
While recording or playing back a
message, press DIVIDE at the point
you want to divide.
 When you press DIVIDE during
recording: The new message number
is added at the point you pressed
the button, and the new message
number and “DIVIDE“ flash three times.
The message will be divided into
two; however, the messages will be
recorded without a break.
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 Tip
You can divide a message during recording
pause.

When you press DIVIDE during
playback: The message is divided
into two at the point you pressed the
button, and the new message number
and “DIVIDE“ flash three times. The
message numbers of the following
messages will increase by one.
Message 1
Message 2
Message 3
A Message is divided.
Message 1
Message 2
Message 3 Message 4
The message numbers are incremeted.
To play the divided message
Press – or + to display the
message number as the divided
messages each have message numbers.
 To play the divided messages
continuously
Select “ON” for CONT in the menu as
described in “Playing Back All Messages in a
Folder Continuously”.
 Notes




You can move the recorded messages to
another folder.
1 While the unit is stopped, select the
message you want to move.
2 Press MENU/DISPLAY for more than
1 second until “MODE” appears in
the display window.
3 Press –  or + to select
“MOVE” and press PLAY/STOP.
The destination folder indication
flashes.
Editing Messages

If 99 messages have been recorded in a
folder, you cannot divide a message. In that
case, reduce the number of messages to 98
or less by erasing unnecessary messages or
by moving some of the messages to another
folder before dividing a message.
If you divide a message with an alarm
setting, the alarm setting remains only with
the former message divided.
You cannot divide a message in the first or
the last 1 second.
If you divide a message frequently, the unit
may become unable to divide a message.
Once a message is divided, you cannot
combine the divided messages with the IC
recorder. To combine the divided messages,
use the supplied application software.
Moving Messages
to a Different Folder
— Move Function
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4 Press –  or + to select the
folder to which you want to move
the message.
5 Press PLAY/STOP.
The message is moved in the
destination folder.
6 Press STOP to exit the menu
mode.
To cancel moving the message(s)
Press STOP before step 5.
 Note
The move function does not duplicate a
message in another folder. When you move
a message to another folder, the one in the
previous folder will be deleted.
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Utilizing the Menu Function
Selecting the Display
Mode
You can select the display mode for the
stop, recording and playback modes.
Each time you press MENU/DISPLAY,
the display mode will change as shown
below:
Counter:
Elapsed playback/recording time in one
message

Remaining time (REMAIN):
In the playback mode: The remaining
time of one message indication. In
the stop and recording mode: The
remaining recording time indication.

Recorded date (REC DATE)*:
The date the current message was
recorded.

Recorded time (REC DATE)**:
The time the current message was
recorded.
* If the clock has not been set, “--Y--M--D” will
be displayed.
**If the clock has not been set, “--:--” will be
displayed.
Utilizing the Menu Function
 On the current time display
If the unit is left unoperated for more than
3 seconds in the stop mode, the display will
show the current time, regardless of the
display mode setting.
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Turning off the Beep
Sound
Changing the
Recording Mode
BEEP ON: A beep will sound to indicate
that operation has been
accepted.
BEEP OFF: No beep sound will be heard
except for the alarm and
timer.
HQ: You can record with the high quality
sound (monaural sound).
SP: You can record with better sound
(monaural sound).
LP: You can record for longer time
(monaural sound).
1 Press MENU/DISPLAY for more than
1 Press MENU/DISPLAY for more than
2 Press –  or + to display
2 Make sure that “MODE” is displayed
1 second until “MODE” appears in
the display window.
“BEEP ON (or OFF)” and press
PLAY/STOP.
“ON (or OFF)” will flash.
3 Press –  or + to select “ON”
1 second until “MODE” appears in
the display window.
and press PLAY/STOP.
“HQ (or SP, LP)” will flash.
3 Press –  or + to select “HQ”,
or “OFF” and press PLAY/STOP.
“SP” or “LP” and press PLAY/
STOP.
The setting is completed.
Now the setting is completed.
4 Press STOP to exit the menu
mode.
4 Press STOP to exit the menu
mode.
The setting becomes effective and the
normal screen will be displayed.
If the unit is left unoperated for more
than 3 seconds, the display will show
the current time and the selected
recording mode will be displayed.
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Playing Back All
Messages in a Folder
Continuously
CONT ON: You can play back all
messages in a folder
continuously.
CONT OFF: Playback stops at the end of
each message.
1 Press MENU/DISPLAY for more than
2 Press –  or + to display
“CONT” and press PLAY/STOP.
“OFF (or ON)” will flash.
3 Press –  or + to select “ON”
or “OFF” and press PLAY/STOP.
Now the setting is completed.
4 Press STOP to exit the menu
mode.
During recording and playback, the OPR
(operation) indicator lights or flashes. You
can set the OPR indicator to turn off even
in operation.
1 Press MENU/DISPLAY for more than
1 second until “MODE” appears in
the display window.
2 Press –  or + to display
“LED” and press PLAY/STOP.
“ON (or OFF)” will flash.
3 Press –  or + to select “OFF”
and press PLAY/STOP.
Now the setting is completed.
4 Press STOP to exit the menu
mode.
Utilizing the Menu Function
1 second until “MODE” appears in
the display window.
Turning off the OPR
Indicator (LED)
 Note
When the IC recorder is connected to the USB
connector of your computer, the OPR indicator
always flashes regardless of the menu setting.
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Using the IC Recorder with Your
Computer

Using the Supplied
Digital Voice Editor
Software

What you can do using the
Digital Voice Editor software
The Digital Voice Editor software allows
you to transfer the messages to your
display monitor, to save them on your
computer’s hard disk, and to play back
and edit them.
 Transferring the messages recorded on
the IC recorder to your computer
 Saving the messages on your
computer’s hard disk.
 Viewing, playing, or editing the
messages on your computer.
 Transferring messages back to the IC
recorder. You can add an MP3 file as
it is.
 Sending a voice e-mail message using
MAPI e-mail software.
 Using the transcribing keys to play back
a message and transcribe it using a
word-processor or an editor’s window.
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Transcribing your IC recorder message
using Dragon NaturallySpeaking®
speech-recognition software (Only
when Dragon NaturallySpeaking
version 5.0 (or higher) Preferred or
Professional Edition is installed on your
computer).
Using the CD Recording Tool for DVE,
you can play tracks of a CD inserted
into the computer’s CD drive and
save CD tracks onto the PC hard disk
as a file format that the Digital Voice
Editor supports. Saved files can then
be added to an IC recorder using the
Digital Voice Editor.
Use of the CD Recording Tool for DVE is
limited to the personal purposes.
System requirements
 Note
64bit OS is not supported.
 Note
Using the IC Recorder with Your Computer
Operating Systems:
Windows Vista® Home Basic
Windows Vista® Home Premium
Windows Vista® Business
Windows Vista® Ultimate
Windows® XP Home Edition Service Pack
2 or higher
Windows® XP Professional Service Pack 2
or higher
Windows® XP Media Center Edition
Service Pack 2 or higher
Windows® XP Media Center Edition 2004
Service Pack 2 or higher
Windows® XP Media Center Edition 2005
Service Pack 2 or higher
Windows® 2000 Professional Service Pack
4 or higher
Pre-Installed
Hardware Environment:
 Computer: IBM PC/AT or compatible
 CPU : 266 MHz Pentium® II processor
or higher (For Windows Vista®,
800MHz Pentium® III processor or
higher)
 RAM: 128MB or more (For Windows
Vista®, 512MB or more)
 Hard disk space: 70MB or more
 CD-ROM drive (When creating an
audio CD or data CD, a CD-R/RW drive
is needed)
 Port: USB port
 Sound board: Sound cards
compatible with any of the supported
Microsoft® Windows® operating
systems
 Display: High color (16bit) or more
and 800x480 dots or more
 Internet access for Voice Mail function
and CD database service
The following systems are not supported:
 OS other than the ones indicated above
 Personally constructed PCs or operating
systems
 Upgraded OS
 Multi-boot environment
 Multi-monitor environment
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Note on transcribing a message
When you use Dragon NaturallySpeaking®
speech-recognition software to transcribe
a message, your computer must also
meet the system requirements that the
Dragon NaturallySpeaking requires.
For latest version and availability of
Dragon NaturallySpeaking in each
region, please refer to the following
page: http://www.nuance.com/
Installing the software
Install the Digital Voice Editor software on
your computer’s hard disk.
 Notes

Note on sending a voice e-mail
When you use Microsoft® Outlook
Express 5.0/5.5/6.0 to send a voice e-mail
of a message, your computer must also
meet the system requirements that the
Outlook Express requires.

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When you install the Digital Voice Editor,
you can create all the compatible file types
except for the DVF (TRC) files. (You can play
back the DVF (TRC) files.)
When installing both types of the Digital
Voice Editor, make sure to select overwrite
installation to handle all the compatible
file formats.
Do not connect the IC recorder to the
computer before installing the Software. Or
do not remove or connect the IC recorder
during installing the Software; The IC
recorder may not be recognized or the
Software may not be installed successfully.
Be sure to close all running programs before
installing the Digital Voice Editor software.
When installing or uninstalling the software
in Windows® 2000 Professional, make sure
to log on Windows as the user name of
“Administrator.”




1 Make sure that the IC recorder
is not connected and then turn
on your computer and start up
Windows.
2 Insert the supplied CD-ROM into
the CD-ROM drive.
The [IC Recorder Software Setup]
menu starts up automatically and the
[Welcome to IC Recorder Software
Setup] window appears. If the
[IC Recorder Software Setup] menu
does not start up, right-click the CDROM on Windows Explorer to open,
and double-click [SetupLauncher.exe].
3 Make sure that you accept the
terms of the license agreement,
select [I accept the terms of the
license agreement], and then click
[Next].
The [Software Install] window appears.
4 Select [Digital Voice Editor], and
Using the IC Recorder with Your Computer

When installing or uninstalling the software
in Windows Vista® Home Basic/Windows
Vista® Home Premium/Windows Vista®
Business/Windows Vista® Ultimate/Windows®
XP Home Edition Service Pack 2 or higher/
Windows® XP Professional Service Pack 2 or
higher/Windows® XP Media Center Edition
Service Pack 2 or higher/Windows® XP Media
Center Edition 2004 Service Pack 2 or higher/
Windows® XP Media Center Edition 2005
Service Pack 2 or higher, log on as a user
name with the “Computer administrator”
user account. (To find if the user name has
a “Computer administrator” user account,
open the “User Accounts” from the “Control
Panel” and refer to the section beneath the
user name being displayed.)
When the “Memory Stick Voice Editor
1.0/1.1/1.2/2.0” software has already been
installed, installing the supplied software
will automatically remove the “Memory Stick
Voice Editor” software. (Messages are not
removed.)
After installing, the Microsoft DirectX module
is also installed depending on the operation
system of your computer. This module is not
deleted after uninstalling the software.
After installing the Digital Voice Editor
software, do not install the “Memory Stick
Voice Editor 1.0/1.1/1.2/2.0” software. The
Digital Voice Editor will not work properly.
With the supplied software, you can save or
edit the messages in the “Memory Stick.”
then click [Install].
Follow the instructions on the screen
to make the settings required for
installation.
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If you have already installed a
previous version of the Digital Voice
Editor or any version of the “Memory
Stick Voice Editor”
The dialog box used to uninstall a
previous version of the Digital Voice
Editor or any version of the “Memory
Stick Voice Editor” will be displayed.
Follow the instructions on the screen
to uninstall the software. The message
files are not removed.
When the dialog box used to input
the owner name is displayed
Input the owner name.
The owner name is the setting for
privileges and limitations in the Digital
Voice Editor usage.
 Notes


You cannot change the owner name
once it is entered. Please write down and
keep it for future reference.
A file recorded from a CD cannot be
handled except on the computer where
the file is recorded. Handling of a file
is limited to the computer bearing the
same owner name input during the
Digital Voice Editor installation. If any
illegal data modification is attempted,
or a file is used for other than the
private purposes, the file may become
unplayable or the Digital Voice Editor may
become inoperable.
When the dialog box used to select
how to save files is displayed
When you save files recorded using
the IC recorder onto the computer
named above, you can select whether
you wish to convert them into the
MP3 format. Select the desired setting.
When the dialog box used to select
the language to be used for the help
is displayed
Click the language you want to use for
the help.
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5 When the [Ready to Install the
Uninstalling the software
Program] window appears, click
[Install].
When you wish to uninstall the software,
follow the steps below.
The installation starts.
For Windows 2000 or Windows XP
6 When the [InstallShield Wizard
Complete] window appears, select
[Yes, I want to restart my computer
now], and then click [Finish].
[Control Panel] and then [Add or
Remove Programs] or [Add/Remove
Applications].
2 Select [Digital Voice Editor 3] from the
list and click [Remove] or [Change/
Remove].
3 Follow the instructions on the screen.
For Windows Vista
1 Click [Start] – [Control Panel]
– [Programs], and then select and
click [Uninstall a Program] from the
category.
2 Select [Digital Voice Editor 3] from the
list and click [Uninstall].
3 Click [Continue] in the [User Account
Using the IC Recorder with Your Computer
The computer will be restarted.
When the computer has been
restarted, installation is completed.
1 Click [Start] and select [Settings],
control] window.
4 Follow the instructions on the screen.
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 Note
If you wish to move the software to another
drive or directory after it is installed, you must
uninstall the software first, and then re-install
it. The software does not work properly if you
just move the software files.
 Tip
Uninstallation does not remove the message
files.
Connecting the IC recorder
to your computer
You can transfer the IC recorder data
onto your computer by connecting the
IC recorder to the computer.
Use the USB connecting cable supplied
with the IC recorder to connect the USB
connectors of the IC recorder and your
computer.
The IC recorder is recognized by
the computer as soon as the cable
is connected. You can connect or
disconnect the cable when the IC
recorder and the computer are turned
on or off.
To USB
connector of
IC recorder
Connecting cable
(supplied)
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To USB
connector
of your
computer
 Notes






Referring to the help files
For details on each operation, refer to the
help files.
Help
Using the IC Recorder with Your Computer

Be sure to install the Digital Voice Editor
software before connecting the IC recorder
to your computer. Otherwise, a message like
[Found New Hardware Wizard] may appear
when you connect the IC recorder to your
computer. In this case, click [Cancel].
Do not connect more than two USB devices
to your computer. Normal operation will not
be guaranteed.
Use of this IC recorder with a USB hub or a
USB extension cable is not guaranteed.
A malfunction may occur depending on the
USB devices connected at any one time.
Before connecting the IC recorder to the
computer, check that batteries are inserted
in the IC recorder.
When you connect the IC recorder to the
computer, make sure that the IC recorder is
in the stop mode.
It is recommended that you disconnect the
cable from the computer when you do not
use the Digital Voice Editor.
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Before taking the unit for repair, check the following sections. Should any problem
persist after you have made these checks, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
IC recorder
Symptom
Remedy
The unit does not operate.



No sound comes from the
speaker.

“FULL” is displayed and you
cannot start recording.

Noise is heard.






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The batteries have been inserted with incorrect polarity (page
9).
The batteries are weak.
The buttons are locked with the HOLD switch (page 7). (If you
press any button, “HOLD” will flash three times.)
The ear receiver or headphones are plugged in.
The volume is turned down completely.
The memory is full. Erase some of the messages (page 30).
99 messages have been recorded in the selected folder. Select
another folder or erase some of the messages (page 30).
An object, such as your finger, etc., accidentally rubbed or
scratched the unit during recording so that noise was recorded.
The unit was placed near an AC power source, a fluorescent
lamp or a mobile phone during recording or playback.
Plug of the connected microphone was dirty when recording.
Clean the plug.
Ear receiver/headphones plug is dirty. Clean the plug.
Recording level is low.

Set the microphone sensitivity to “H (high)” using the menu
(page 18).
Recording is interrupted.

The advanced VOR function is activated. Set VOR to “OFF” (page
17).
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Symptom
Remedy
Recording level is unstable
(when recording music,
etc.).

This unit is designed to automatically adjust the recording level
when recording meetings, etc., and is not suitable for music
recording.
“--Y--M--D” or “--:--” is
displayed.

You have not set the clock (page 11).
“--Y--M--D” or “--:--” is
displayed on the REC
DATE display.

The date and time of recording will not be displayed if you
recorded the message when the clock was not set.
You cannot divide a
message.

You cannot divide a message in a folder which has 99
messages (page 32).
If you divide messages frequently, the unit may become
unable to divide a message.
You cannot divide a message in the first or the last 1 second of
a message.


You cannot record
messages up to the
maximum recording time.


Troubleshooting

If you record messages in a mixture of HQ, SP and LP modes,
the recordable time varies from the maximum HQ mode
recording time to the maximum LP mode recording time
(page 15).
No more recording can be made when 99 messages each have
been recorded in a folder.
Due to the limitation of the IC recording system, this unit
records in the minimum recording unit. If the length of each
message cannot be divided by the minimum recording unit,
the remaining recording time may decrease by more than the
total length of the messages.
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Symptom
Remedy
The remaining time
displayed in the display
window is shorter than
that displayed in the
supplied Digital Voice
Editor software.

The unit requires a certain amount of memory for system
operation. That amount is subtracted from the remaining time,
which is the reason for the difference.
The unit does not operate
correctly.

Take out the batteries and insert them again (page 9).
Please note that recorded messages may be erased during service or repair work.
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Digital Voice Editor
Refer to the Help files of the Digital Voice Editor software, too.
Symptom
Remedy
The Digital Voice Editor
software cannot be
installed.





Check that the installation of the software has been successful.
Also check the connection as follows:
When using an external USB hub, connect the IC recorder directly
to the computer.
 Disconnect and then connect the cable with the IC recorder.
 Connect the IC recorder to another USB connector.


Troubleshooting
The IC recorder or
“Memory Stick” cannot be
properly connected.
The free disk or memory space on the computer is too small.
Check the hard disk and memory space.
You are trying to install the software into the operating system
that the Digital Voice Editor software does not support.
In Windows Vista® Home Basic/Windows Vista® Home
Premium/Windows Vista® Business/Windows Vista® Ultimate/
Windows® XP Home Edition Service Pack 2 or higher/
Windows® XP Professional Service Pack 2 or higher/Windows®
XP Media Center Edition Service Pack 2 or higher/Windows® XP
Media Center Edition 2004 Service Pack 2 or higher/Windows®
XP Media Center Edition 2005 Service Pack 2 or higher, you
log on as a user name belonging to a user account with
limitations. Make sure to log on as a user name with the
“Computer administrator” user account.
In Windows® 2000 Professional, make sure to log on as the user
name of “Administrator. ”
Your computer may be in the system standby/hibernate mode.
Do not let your computer enter into the system standby/
hibernate mode while being connected to the IC recorder.
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Symptom
Remedy
The IC recorder does not
operate.

You may format the memory of the IC recorder. Use the IC
recorder formatting function to format the memory.
Messages cannot be
played back./Playback
sound volume is too low.

No sound board is installed.
No speaker is built-in or connected to the computer.
The volume of the sound is turned down.
Turn up the volume on the computer. (Refer to the instruction
manual of the computer.)
The volume of WAV files can be changed and saved using the
“Increase Volume” feature of the Microsoft Sound Recorder.


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Saved message files
cannot be played back or
edited.

You cannot play back a message whose file format the Digital
Voice Editor software does not support. Depending on the
file format, you cannot use part of editorial features of the
software.
Counter or slider moves
incorrectly.
There is noise.
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This happens when you play back messages that you divided,
combined, overwrote, or added a recording. Save a message in
the hard disk first, and then add it to the IC recorder. Select the
saving file format that suits the IC recorder you use.
Operation is slow when
there are many messages.
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When the total number of messages increases, the operation
becomes slower, regardless of the length of the recording time.
Display does not work
during saving, adding, or
deleting of messages.
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It takes a longer time to copy or delete long messages. After
completing operations, the display works normally.
It takes too long to
convert a file format.
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The time required for file conversion becomes longer as the file
size is bigger.
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Symptom
Remedy
The software ‘hangs’ when
the Digital Voice Editor
software starts up.
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Do not disconnect the connector of the IC recorder while the
computer is communicating with the IC recorder. Otherwise
the computer operations become unstable or the data inside
the IC recorder may be damaged.
There may be conflict between the software and other driver
or application.
Do not install the “Memory Stick Voice Editor” software and
the Digital Voice Editor Ver. 2x software after you installed the
Digital Voice Editor software. The Digital Voice Editor may not
operate properly.
Troubleshooting
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Additional Information
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Precautions
On power
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Operate the unit only on 3 V DC. Use
two LR03 (size AAA) alkaline batteries.
On safety
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Do not operate the unit while driving,
cycling or operating any motorized
vehicle.
On handling
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Do not leave the unit in a location
near heat sources, or in a place subject
to direct sunlight, excessive dust or
mechanical shock.
Should any solid object or liquid fall
into the unit, remove the batteries and
have the unit checked by qualified
personnel before operating it any
further.
On noise
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Noise may be heard when the unit
is placed near an AC power source, a
fluorescent lamp or a mobile phone
during recording or playback.
Noise may be recorded when an
object, such as your finger, etc., rubs or
scratches the unit during recording.
On maintenance
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To clean the exterior, use a soft cloth
slightly moistened in water. Do not use
alcohol, benzine or thinner.
If you have any questions or problems
concerning your unit, please consult your
nearest Sony dealer.
Backup recommendations
To avoid potential risk of data loss
caused by accidental operation or
malfunction of the IC recorder, we
recommend that you save a backup
copy of your recorded messages on a
tape recorder or to a computer, etc.
Specifications
Power requirements
IC recorder section
Recording media
Dimensions (w/h/d) (not incl.
projecting parts and controls)
Built-in flash memory 256 MB, Monaural
recording
Actual usable capacity may be smaller.
Two LR03 (size AAA) alkaline batteries: 3 V DC
34.6 × 109.5 × 18.0 mm (1 3/8 × 4 3/8 × 23/32
in.)
Mass (incl. batteries)
Recording time
68 g (2.4 oz)
HQ: 29 hours 45 minutes
SP : 79 hours 20 minutes
LP : 130 hours 25 minutes
Supplied accessories
Approx. 2.8 cm (1 1/8 in.) dia.
Optional accessories
Power output
Electret Condenser Microphone ECM-DM5P,
ECM-CZ10, ECM-TL1 (for telephone recording)
Audio connecting cable RK-G64HG /RK-G69HG
(excluding Europe)
Active speaker SRS-T88, SRS-T80
Freqency range
HQ: 260 Hz - 6,800 Hz
SP/LP: 220 Hz - 3,400 Hz
250 mW
Input/Output
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Headphone jack (minijack) for 8 - 300 ohms
ear receiver/headphones
Microphone jack (minijack, monaural)
Plug in power
Minimum input level 0.6 mV
3 kilohms or lower impedance microphone
USB connector
Your dealer may not handle some of the above
listed optional accessories. Please ask the
dealer for detailed information.
Additional Information
General
Speaker
Operating instructions (1)
LR03 (size AAA) alkaline batteries (2)
Headphone (1) (excluding the U.S.A., Canada
and Europe)
Carrying pouch (1) (excluding the U.S.A.,
Canada and Europe)
USB connecting cable (1)
Application software (CD-ROM) (1)
Design and specifications are subject to
change without notice.
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Trademarks
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Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista, Outlook,
DirectX are registered trademarks or trademarks of
Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or
other countries.
Apple and Macintosh are trademarks of Apple Inc.,
registered in the USA and other countries.
Pentium is a registered trademark of Intel
Corporation.
Nuance, the Nuance logo, Dragon
NaturallySpeaking, and RealSpeak are trademarks
and/or registered trademarks of Nuance
Communications, Inc., and/or its affiliates in the
United States and/or other countries.
© 2007 Nuance Communications, Inc.
All rights reserved.
MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology and
patents licensed from Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson.
“Memory Stick” and
are trademarks of Sony
Corporation.
“Memory Stick Duo” and
are trademarks of Sony
Corporation.
“Memory Stick PRO Duo” and
are trademarks of Sony
Corporation.
“MagicGate Memory Stick” is the trademark of Sony
Corporation.
“LPEC” and
are registered trademarks of Sony
Corporation.
US and foreign patents licensed from Dolby
Laboratories.
Music Identification Technology and associated data
will be supplied from the Gracenote®. Gracenote
MusicID is the industry standard for digital music
identification for both CDs and individual music
files. For details, see the following web site:: www.
gracenote.com
Gracenote® is a registered trademark of the
Gracenote, Inc. The Gracenote logo and logotype, and
“Powered by Gracenote” logo are trademarks of the
Gracenote. For use of the Gracenote services, see the
following web page: www.gracenote.com/corporate
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mentioned in each case in this manual.
The “Digital Voice Editor” uses software modules as
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