DIGITAL VOICE RECORDER USER MANUAL
DIGITAL VOICE RECORDER
USER MANUAL
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Please read this manual carefully for using this product properly.
Please keep this manual for future reference..
Please test the function & condition before start to ensure a successful recording!
FEATURES
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e 1.4 inch (128*128) pixel TFT display.
® Built-in microphone uses dust proof, shockproof,
anti-jamming design
® Use high-sensitivity, low-noise stereo microphones can
capture real-time sounds .
® Supports ADPCM format and Mp3 format,
® Supports 2 recording formats from a variety of
recording bit rate.
® Support VOR, timed recording, , telephone (line)
recording, handheld device for recording, line
recording,external microphone (condenser) Recording
e Built-in speaker.
e Support MP3 music playback.
e Supports sound capture function, hearing aid function,
alarm function, USB2.0 interface
® Supports 2 AAA alkaline batteries or NiMH batteries,
can charge the NiMH batteries through USB interface
directly .
e Support Micro SD card expansion capabilities.
e Supports four recording scene.
e Support for 19 languages.
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Contents
Cautions and warnings
Declaration
Precautions
Warnings
1:Getting Start
Appearance and button
TFT display
Main interface
Operation interface
Menu interface
Power supply
Installing the battery
Power on/off
Battery settings
Connectto USB
Connectthe charger
Connecting a computer......................................13
Charging
Charged by computer.....................eeescorsecanccne een 14
Battery alert
Key lock
MicroSD
2:Aboutrecording
Record set up
Connect to device
Contents
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3:About play back
Play set
Play operation
4:Hearing aids and Microphone function
Hearing aids
Microphone function
5:System settings
1:Memory select
2:Clockset
3:Language
4:Screen setting
5:Power off set
6:Storage
7:Device...
8:Disc Format
9:Battery setting
10:Factory setting
11:Keytone setting
6:Timer setting
Mic recording timer setting
Alarm settings
7:Connecting a computer
8:File delete
9:Spec/Flash & recording time table
10: Toxic and hazardous substances or elements....33
Cautions and warnings
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1:In order to better service, the instructions manual may
change.
2:We will not notice again in case the product performance
and functionality changed
3:1f the actual setup and use is inconsistent with the
description, please Consult your dealer
Precautions
1:Do not attempt to open, repair or modify the product.
2:Do not use this Products at prohibited area of electronic
product (such as airplanes. etc) .
3:Do not place the product into water or other liquid.
4:Do not use organic solvents to clean the unit,
such as: alcohol and lacquer thinner.
5:The recorder may not work properly in some location
nearby magnetic / electromagnetic field, radio waves or
high impact (such as neara TV, microwave, video games,
speakers, mini-monitoring devices, TV / radio tower,
or transmission towers)
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Caution, and warnings
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1:Do not drop the product itself or its accessories, so as
not to cause a malfunction.
2:Do not press the LCD screen, so as to avoid damage to
the LCD screen or cause the screen to malfunction.
3:Do not expose to the light or heat sources, in order to
extend the product life itself.
4:Remove the battery for along time do not use this product.
5:Do not forcefully remove the connected accessory
(Eg: headphone, microphone, USB connections, etc.).
6:Please be noted that we have no responsibility for any loss
or demanding compensation caused by using this product.
7:We have no responsibility for any data loss during using or
repairing . Therefore, if there is important information in
the product memory, you should back up them by yourself.
8:Do not place this product speaker near magnetic credit
cards or other IC cards.
9:The machine housing is aluminum alloy, do not hold the
unit, so as not to cause low-temperature burns on
prolonged use or during charging. Do not cover it with any
object parts to avoid the recorder inside component
damages because of over heating.
Please do not use this product for
illegal purposes.
Eg: privacy of others,
or wiretapping.
Appearance and buttons
(1) Mic/ Line-in Jack
(2) Micro SD cover
(3) Built-in MIC (L/R)
(4) TFT TFT display
(BR, F2, F3 button
(6) PAUSE/Keylock
D+ VOL + button
On button
(9) HEARING AID button
REC button
(1) »»1 button
(12= VOL - button
13 ERASE button
OK)> button
15 USB port
Earphone Jack
a? POWER switch
Strip hole
Built-in speaker
29 Battery cover
TFT display
( (Main interface)
(M Menu Name (5) System Setup
(2) Record mode (6) Operation Tip: Press ++ = I4< >>I
(3) Timer set button to select the menu
(4) Music mode (7) Operation Tip: Press OK»
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TFT display
(D The current file name. IN represents audio file in the local
memory,A Indicates the folder name, 0001 Indicates
the file number,
(2) = Indicates low battery [TI Indicates full battery
= Means no battery installed
(3) the current audio file locationnumber/Total audio files
in the current folder
(4) The length of the current file, if it is recording mode
indicates the remaining recording time.
(5) Playing status indicates the current playback time,
recording mode indicates the current recording time
(6 Recording Playback mode: displays the current file's
creation date
Recording mode: displays a real-time volume of the
left and right inputs.
Music mode: displays the audio file author and album name.
(7) 3 Line recording FIX] Microphone
LE] Timer Recording TE VOR
FE Record Monitor off Fi Record Monitor on
FA Clock Divide record
E] Key lock On
F= Folder play RE Folder cycle
F44 Single cycle
HI Rock
LE {FT Normal
WEA Pop sound A Bass
mA Jazz
(8) INI Builtin memory SD Micro SD card memory
TFT display
OL] DVRfolderA E] DVR folder B
[4 DVR folderC [2] DVR folder D
I DVRfolderE El MUSIC folder
Above folders are automatically created by recorder
Any changes on the computer can cause
recorder abnormal
© a Format
Bit Rate
or playing back EN Pause
E Recording EJ Stop
(2 "F1"Multifunction Button Description
EMI Select the repeat starting point A
ШЕЕ Select the repeat end point B
BEN Start point A-B repeat
Ш Ш Select the recording folder
MEN Select music from the current folder
BM Return to previous menu
(3 "F2"Multifunction Button Description
EA Recording indicator turns off
E Al Recording indicator turns on
E Al System Setup
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TFT display
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(4 "F3"Multifunction Button Description
el Exit the menu
BE Back to Main interface/home
E] Synchronized lyrics:
(Red means no lyrics, green indicates lyrics)
Menu interface
System
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Time set
Language set
Screen set
(1) The effect of the selected menu
(2 The effect to be selected
(3) "F1"Return to the previous menu
(4) + = Button to select the menu,
OK PButton to confirm menu
(5) "F3"Exit the menu setting
Power supply
4 (Installing the Battery]
1:Press the battery cover lock button, open the
battery cover.(refer to fig: 1)
The machine
can be used
AAA alkaline
batteries or
AAA Ni-MH
rechargeable
\ batteries! )
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Check the
Ni-MH
rechargeable
batteries
Whether it
needs to be
charged
If long time
no used!
2:Load AAA battery and check Ex:
the correct polarity and close [7
the battery cover. |
Refer to FIG 2:
Figure 2 ,
Power supply
Power on/off
1Power on:(see figure 3), push up POWER switch.
Remarks:
if power off during recording
the file will not be saved
Sleeping mode: )
1:Sleeping ON:press
ok» 3 seconds enter sleeping
mode,
2:Sleeping OFF:press
OK» 3 seconds to exit sleeping
mode,
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Figure 3
Battery Settings
Battery Set
1: Replace the battery, turn on the
recorder(page 10)
2:4 = Button to select the battery NI-MH
Press OK» Button to complete.
(Referto FIG4)
Remarks:
After replacing the battery,
the unit require re-setting
the battery type & system
time!
E) Alkaline
Figure 4
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Power supply
( Connect to USB
Shown in Figure 5:
Please use the
included Micro
USB cable, use
the other
connections may
cause not
connected
to acomputeror
USB portof
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[Connect the charger]
1:Connect the USB cable to charger, plug in the
power outlet. Figure 6:
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Connectto Plug in power
a USB port out let que
Figure 5
Figure 6
Remarks: Charger is optional accessory
Charger Output Voltage:5V Output Current:1000MA/H
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1:Plug the USB cable into the machine Micro USB port.
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Connecting a computer )
1:Connect the USB cable to the computer USB port.
Figure 7
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(Remarks: :
1: the recorder can not be
charged in case Computer
shuts down
2:Some computers in sleep
or standby mode, the
recorder may be unable
to charge!
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Figure 7
1:During charging, the battery indicator lattice
constant change. Figure 8:
Figure 8
2:Fully charged, the battery i icon will not change.
Figure 9:
Figure 9 Figure 10
Power supply
(Remarks. ^
1: The machine can automatically detect the battery type.
2:If itis alkaline battery or battery abnormality, the unit
will stop charging after 10 seconds. Screen shown in
Figure 9
3:If you do not install the battery or the battery connection
is bad, the screen shown in Figure 10:
4:To replace the Ni-MH rechargeable batteries, two must
be replaced together.
5:Charging or connecting to a computer ,press OK»
_ Button to exit this mode and return to the main interface.
Charged by computer
1:Connected to
the computer
charging, the
screen shown
in Figure 11:
Figure 11
( Remarks:
1:Battery icon is narrowed to the upper right corner, but
the display contents are completely consistent with the
charger charging, refer to page 13 Charger charging.
2:Some other chargers, the screen will display as
figure 11. This is because the charger internal circuit,
would not affect the charging.
3:when charging by a computer or charger, use the
recording function may generate noise! This is related
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Power/key lock/Micro SD card
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1: mi Displayed on the screen, if possible, immediately
replace the battery or charging.
2: =a Displayed on the screen, the recorder may
automatically shut down at any time for low battery.
3: m1 Displayed on the screen when you use the built-in
speaker playback may automatically shut down,
try using headphones!
1:Key lock On: as figure 12:
on the keys
2:Key lock OFF: as figure 12 same
way to release the key lock:
Remarks:
power ON/OFF key isexceptional
Micro SD and Micro SDHC below called MEMORY card
1:Card insert: open recorder card cover, insert the card by
correct face, the card will locked itself when reach the
right position.
2:Card eject: power off the recorder first, press the card
inside, the card will auto release and pop out.
1:In the recording, insert or eject the memory card
will cause the recorder malfunction.
2:Try to buy the regular brands memory card. This unit
supports 32GB capacity memory card and below.
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FOLDER
| ROO | ROOT FOLDER
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Music & DVR folders
are automatically
created by recorder
Any changes
(new build, delete,
etc..) On computer
may cause the
recorder abnormal.
Each new folder can
/N stored 9999
file in Max limit.
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(Under MUSIC folder,
User can build
new folder
by PC
Each new folder can
Figure 13 stored 9999 files in
(Max limit.
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About recording
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| REC setup steps refer to |
page 09( MENU interface).
1:Setup Record type
during standby, press PAUSE key to select.
e REC type table list
Format Frequency(KHz) pen e L/R Bitrate(kbps)
os 44.1
CECI EEC
Mp3 44.1
EER EI ETE CT
44.1
CED SER ET.
ADPCM
CN ЕСТИНВ
ADPCM
CDI SS ER ET
ADPCM
CED SES CSET
ADPCM 48
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About recording
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2:Set audio source
Microphones: when using built-in or external microphone .
Line recording: when using the telephone recording or
other audio device output
The machine default setting is: microphone recording
3:Setting the recording scene:
Space, sound location, sound volume may affect the
sound quality of recordings. The machine built 4 scenarios
(respond to different sound collection amplification effect)
so that you can record clearer, more perfect sound!
The machine default set: Interview
Sound collection magnification:
Figure 14
4:Set recording monitor
Recording Monitor Open, Real-time monitoring via
headphones to the audio content.
The machine default setting is: On
5:Setting the recording indicator
Turned on: the indicator light long bright while
recording á flashing while pause.
When recording ,press F2 button to open or close the lights.
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About recording
(As figure 15:
1:Telephone Recording Connection
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Tel line to
Rj11 jack
Connect to device
As figure 16:
2:Handheld devices connect
To recorder
Mic/ Line-in
Figure 15
As figure 17
3:Line-in Connection
To cell-
phone
|] speaker
To recorder С
Mic/ Line-in
Jack
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To recorder
Mic/ Line-in
Jack
To other audio
equipment
Export
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Figure 16
Remarks:
To ensure successful
recording, make a test
recording first!
About recording
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1:Enter record mode as figure:18
the operation refer to Page 6 CNT nt Yin
(main interface) FILE DATE
Display refer to page 6
(operation interface) AOS 06 = a EER
2:REC format set
at standby, press PAUSE Key to figure: 18
change the format between Mp3 AND ADPCM
see figure 18 (1) indication.
3:Folder select
Press Fl enter ‚press + = to select, pressor
knob to confirm. folder Ais defaulting folder.
4:Record set
Press F2 knob enter "record set”, refer to page 17-18.
5:Start recording
Press REC knob to start, the REC Led lighten up).
6:Pause recording
During recording, press the Pause button to pause the
recording, the recording indicator blinks
Press Pause or REC (Record) button to continue recording
7:Stop recording
During Recording, press the REC (record) button to stop
recording, the screen display sno) it may take
a few second, please wait. N During saving , do not perform
8:Play recordings UN other operations! | |
\ Please refer to page 22 Playback Operation J
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About recording
vor) REC 5е!
© REC light
1:Recording standby mode, @ VOR
press the F2 button Enter OR UE TT
the menu option to select the | MODE
recording settings, press OK)»
button to enter
2:Refer to the right, open the VOR and
Select the VOR level.
3:Press F3 button to exit the O
menu, press REC (record) CHOOSE
button to start recording, ENABLE
If there is no sound when
recording will automatically
pause recording .
VOR
Disabe
E) Enable
Remarks:
Before recording, test the
voice level is appropriate.
Please refer to VOR recording setup steps:
start recording, If the recorder can not detected sound
within 10 seconds ,recordings will be automatically
suspended .Once voice is detected, recorder will start
recording.
: Recording starts again after 20 seconds, the recorder
does not detect the sound recording. Soundis
automatically saved and automatically start the next
recording. Example: DIVIDE recording for telephone ,
\_ each call can be saved as a separate recording files.
1: Open DIVIDE recording, press the REC (record) button to
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About Play back
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Remarks:
L Dee Settings ) set up steps refer to
page 09( menu interface).
1:Audio formats
support Mp3 format audio playback:
MP3 Supports all bit rate MP3 format , supports MP3 PRO
2:Cycle setting
FOLDER cycle: only repeat all audio files under current
directory.
F=IFOLDER play: sequential play audio files in the current
directory.
FF Single Repeat: Repeat a single audio file.
3:Playback speed
Support for 8 kinds acceleration and 8 kinds deceleration
(default is 0: no shift) variable speed playback.
Playback Operation |
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1:Enter music mode SE YENI] PEL peter
As shown in Figure 19 E NT 6
Into operation, please refer to =
page 6 main interface
Display, see page
06 operation interface
Figure 19
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About Play back
2:Select an audio file
Select the music files in the current directory
Press F1 enter the current directory, press + =
to select, press oK»to confirm the audio file.
3:Playback Settings
Playback Settings Refer page 22 Playback Settings
4:Start playing
PressoKp to start playback.
5:Volume, previous / next track, fast forward / rewind
Button: short press for the last one, press and
hold to rewind
>» Button: short press for the next one, press and hold
to fast forward
+ Button: short press the volume +1, hold continuous
increase
== Button: short press the volume -1, hold a continuous
decreasing
6:Pause
During playback, press Pause to pause playback.
press OK» Button to continue playing.
7:Stop Play
Playing, press OKp>button to stop playback.
1:Open the A-B repeat
During playback, press the F1 to activate the A-B
repeat function, MEE A Starts flashing
2:Select the repeat starting point A
Press the F1 button to select repeat starting point A,
BEE starts flashing
3:Select the repeat end point B
Press the F1 button to select repeat end point B, then
began A-B repeat.
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About Play back
( (Synchronized lyrics]
1:Lyrics and songs must be in the same directory, file name
and song lyrics file name must be the same, only different
extensions, lyrics extension”. Irc”
2:During playback, F3 button screen prompts [sii
Display is green, Indicates that the presence of
synchronized song lyrics.
3:Press the F3 to enter the synchronized lyrics display,
press the F3 button to exit.
[Hearing aid function)
1:The machine in the stop mode, press VAN
HEARING AID button into the hearing 0
aid interface.
As shown in Figure 20
2:Plug the headphones into the
headphone jack Figure 20
3:Press + = Button to select a suitable volume.
4:Exit hearing aid mode
Hearing aid mode, press HEARING AID (hearing aids)
button to close the hearing aid mode.
Hearing Aid
[Microphone function)
The machine built-in high sensitivity
microphone and hardware noise
reduction circuit, Hearing aid mode
has audio output function, can capture
audio for other devices. on To other
For example: Internet chat microphone audio
device
Connection with other input
devices
see figure 21 Figure 21
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System Settings
(em Settings
See figure22 =
Enter the operation referto Page 6 E. Memory set
main interface
Display refer lo page 9 Clock Set
(Menu interface) L
1:Memory set: choose inner anguage
memory or Micro Sd card
Sys set
Screen
card recording
1.recording on card default : .
MP3 64kbps only figure22
2.if no Micro card, it will use
inner memory!
1:Clock Set Clock Set
See figure 23
TC DATE SET
Press OKD Button to confirm the
changes. TIME SET
clock will stop.
After replacing the battery, make
sure the clock is accurate figure 23
3:Language
Support for multiple languages: total 19 languages:
Simplified Chinese, English, Traditional Chinese,
Japanese, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese, Spanish,
Swedish, Czech Korean, French, German, Danish,
\ Polish. Russian, Turkish, Hebrew, Thai
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Press + = Button to set the value. { 06 § 01
Remarks: Without batteries, the 12 M 30 B 00
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System Settings
4.Screen shut
screen shutoff,15-60 seconds selectable,
0 isalways on.
5:Auto power off
If machine no operation, it can enter hibernation,
0-120seconds selectable, is always on
6:Memory info Memory info
see figure 24
(1) Total Memory 7678M
(2 Ratio has been used 9%
(3) Memory usage, redis
already used
Product specifications are
standard capacity Figure 24
/N of memory chips,
the actual capacity
is lower than this value!
Device
7:Device
See figure 25 PCB-M:V3.5
(1) Motherboard Version:V3.5
(2) Power board version V3.5 [HEIDE
() Software version:OEM2.0 AO
(9) Software date 2013-11-15
Figure 25
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System Settings/timer setting
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8:Disk formatting.
Make sure that the memory you want to format :
the memory card or internal memory.
Please refer to page 25 to select the memory card or
internal memory
Please back up important files, format operation will
delete all the contents of the current memory.
9:Battery Settings
Ni-MH rechargeable batteries and alkaline batteries
operate at different voltages, Error setting will cause
the recorder battery capacity detect errors.
Battery Settings Please refer to page 11 Battery Settings
0:Factory setting
Software settings to the factory defaults.
1:Keytone set
on/offthe key tone.
Timerset
see figure 26
Enter operation, please refer to
page 6 main interface
Display, refer to page 9 for
the menu interface
a) Timer recording
Alarm
Remarks:
1:Timer recording defaultis Mp3
2:Do not put power switch off
3:Timer function works under
fi 2
sleeping mode gure 26
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Timer set
x
ecord timer: Record timer
see figure 27 о © Timer record ON
Enter operation see page 06, main interface
displays refer to page 09, menu interface Record cycle
Record folder
1:Timer record ON/OFF Record time
2:Record cycle
Single: one time recording only figure 27
Everyday: recording everyday at the same set time
Weekly: record at the set day.
3:Record folder
select the folder for storing the recording file.
4:Record time
select the start and ending time.
Alarm:
see figure 28 Alarm
Enter operation see page 06, main interface (2 Alarm ON
displays refer to page 09, menu interface M
Alarm time
1:Alarm ON/OFF Alarm cycle
ON/OFF Alarm function Alarm volume
2:Alarm time
set Alarm time
3:Alarm cycle
Single :one time alarm only
Every day :alarm everyday at the same set time
Week:alarm at the set day.
4:Alarm volume
choose alram volume.
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figure 28
~~ Connecting a computer
[ Connecting a computer |
Before use, please note the following:
e Operating system:
> Window system: windows98 or later, do not need to
install the driver.
> MAC System: All versions do not need to install the driver.
e Data transmission:
> When upload or download data files, do not disconnect
the USB cable, so as to avoid damage caused by
improper operation .
> Music files, copy to the MUSIC directory,
see page 22 audio formats
> Do not modify the machine self-created directory,
see page 16 FOLDER.
During data transmitting, the following icons will change one by one.
e Connect the USB cable
> Recorder and computer connections, refer to page 13-14.
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~~ File Delete
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You can not recover deleted files,
please backup before deleting files
e Delete files on a computer
> Formatting "Removable Disk", select FAT 32.
> |f the local self-built directory is removed, disconnect the
computer and the machine can be automatically created,
Prohibit users from using their own computer to create
folder DVR_X or MUSIC folder
e Delete files by the recorder
> Recording or music stop mode, press the ERASE button,
enter the delete operation.
Please delete the file or directory in the following orders.
Delete Files: Delete one file
Delete folder: Delete all files in the current directory
File Delete Delete file
+9 E) Delete file
005е .
Delete Delete folder LS
files or NO:
Delete
directory do not
delete
Delete file
Delete:
fileto be
deleted
Specifications
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Specifications
Recording Format MP3, WAV
Max recording time 2000hours/8GB FLASH
Max rec segments 5*9999
Microphone Built-in two omni-directional condenser microphone
Speaker 16 Q/1W
LCD display 1.44TFTscreen
Battery consumption Approximately 20 hours (earphones)
Communication High-speed USB2.0
Built—in memory or Micro Sd Card
S/N ratio >90dB
Frequency Response 20Hz-20KHz
Battery AAA* 2 alkaline or Ni-MH rechargeable batteries
Weight 47g(not include batteries)
Size 110*37.5*15.5mm
earphone, manual, certificate, warranty, bag ,
Accessories Tel adapter, USB cable, external microphone,
, wrist strap, line-in cable
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Memory capacity and recording time table
[ Memory capacity and recording time table |
O The following values are for reference only and may
differ from the actual values.
Format Bitrate(kbps) 4GB memory (hours) 8GB memory (hours)
ETS CO E ECN
1174
E NC TT ZN
ис CS CC TT
E NS NC ST
CS) ETS ETS SET
ADPCM
CED TIS SCE ST
ADPCM
CED CE
ADPCM 192
СО НЕТ CH
ADPCM 384
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FAT 32 file systems (Windows) maximum individual file size 128 GB,
Therefore, the maximum size of recorder single file is limited to 4 GB.
Toxic and hazardous substances or elements
4 X
Toxic and hazardous substances or elements, names and contents
Part
name (Pb) (Hg) (Cd) — (Cr(VI)) (PBB) — (РВОЕ)
Case JE BEDE BEDE RES
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CEEI DEDED
Transistor
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Card Socket
O:lndicates that the hazardous substance
content in homogeneous materials is below
the limit requirement in SJ/T11363-2006 .
X:Indicates that the hazardous substance
content (at least one of the homogeneous
materials for this part ) beyond the limit
requirement in SJ/T11363-2006.
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