VP-10

Olympus VP-10 manual

VP-10

User manual for the Olympus VP-10 in English. This PDF manual has 82 pages.

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DIGITAL VOICE RECORDER USER MANUAL Thank you for purchasing an Olympus digital voice recorder. Please read these instructions for information about using the product correctly and safely. Keep the instructions handy for future reference. To ensure successful recording, we recommend that you test the record function and volume before use. Getting started Recording Playback Menu Use with a PC Other information EN 1 2 3 4 5 6 VP-10
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2 EN Namesofparts............................................................................ 4 Recorder................................................................................................4 Display..................................................................................................5 1 Getting started Setup.......................................................................................... 6 Insertingthebattery.............................................................................7 TurningthepowerON...........................................................................8 Settingtheinsertedbattery.................................................................8 Settingthedate/time...........................................................................9 ChargingthebatterybyconnectingtoaPC’sUSBconnector ............10 ChargingthebatterybyconnectingtoanACadapterwithaUSB connection(modelA514)...................................................................11 Batteries....................................................................................13 TurningthepowerOFF...............................................................15 TurningthepowerOFF .......................................................................15 2 Recording Recording..................................................................................16 Basicrecordingprocedure...................................................................16 Usingearphones.................................................................................19 Selectingtheautomaticrecordingsetting[RecScene]................20 Selectingtheautomaticrecordingsetting[RecScene]......................20 Changingtheinformationscreenduringrecording.....................22 Changingtheinformationscreenduringrecording ...........................22 3 Playback Playback....................................................................................23 Basicplaybackprocedure....................................................................23 Fast-forwarding..................................................................................24 Rewinding..........................................................................................24 Skippingtothebeginningofafile .....................................................25 Selectingtheautomaticplaybackoperation[PlayScene]............27 Selectingtheautomaticplaybackoperation[PlayScene] .................27 Changingtheplaybackspeed.....................................................28 Changingtheplaybackspeed.............................................................28 Indexmarks/tempmarks...........................................................29 Writinganindexmark/tempmark.....................................................29 Erasinganindexmark/tempmark.....................................................29 Preventingaccidentaloperation ................................................30 SettingHOLDmode............................................................................30 ReleasingHOLDmode........................................................................30 Changingtheinformationscreenduringplaybackorstop...........31 Changingtheinformationscreenduringplaybackorstop.................31 Searchingforafile[DateSearch]................................................32 Usingthedatesearchfunction...........................................................32 Erasingfiles...............................................................................33 Erasingfiles.........................................................................................33 4 Menu Settingmenuitems ...................................................................35 Basicoperation...................................................................................35 Filemenu[FileMenu].................................................................37 Preventingaccidentalfileerasure[FileLock]......................................37 Dividingfiles[FileDivide]...................................................................37 Displayingfileinformation[Property] ...............................................37 Recordingmenu[RecMenu].......................................................38 Selectingtherecordingsensitivity[RecLevel]...................................38 Settingtherecordingmode[RecMode].............................................38 Reducingnoisecausedbyrubbingduringrecording[Anti-Rustle]....39 Reducingnoiseduringrecording[LowCutFilter]...............................39 Voice-activatedrecordingfunction[VCVA].........................................39 Playbackmenu[PlayMenu]........................................................41 Reducingnoiseduringplayback[NoiseCancel].................................41 Adjustinglowvolumeportionsduringplayback[VoiceBalancer].....41 Specifyingtherangetoplayback[PlaybackRange]..........................41 Settingtherepeatplayback[Repeat].................................................42 Settingaskipspace[SkipSpace]........................................................42 Changingthefolderforplayback[PlayFolder]..................................43 LCD/Soundmenu[LCD/Sound]....................................................44 Settingthebacklight[Backlight]........................................................44 Adjustingthecontrast[Contrast]........................................................44 SettingtheLEDindicatorlight[LED]..................................................44 TurningbeepingsoundON/OFF[Beep]..............................................44 Selectingthespeakeroutput[Speaker].............................................45 Playingthebeginningoffilesautomatically[IntroPlay]...................45 Devicemenu[Device].................................................................46 Settingautopoweroffmode[PowerOff]..........................................46 Settingtherecordingstandbyduration[RecStandby].............................46 Settingthebatteryinuse[Battery]....................................................46 Settingthedate/time[Time&Date] .................................................47 Restoringthedefaultsettings[ResetSettings]..................................48 Formattingtheinternalmemory[Format].........................................48 Checkingtheinternalmemoryinformation[MemoryInfo.]..............49 Confirmingthevoicerecorderinformation[SystemInfo.] .................49 Table of contents
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3 EN Table of contents Dividingfiles[FileDivide]...........................................................50 Dividingfiles[FileDivide]...................................................................50 Changingthefolderforplayback[PlayFolder]............................52 Changingthefolderforplayback[PlayFolder]..................................52 Formattingtheinternalmemory[Format]..................................54 Formattingtheinternalmemory[Format].........................................54 5 Use with a PC PCoperatingenvironment.........................................................56 PCconnection/disconnection......................................................58 ConnectingthevoicerecordertoaPC.................................................58 DisconnectingthevoicerecorderfromaPC........................................60 LoadingafiletoaPC..................................................................61 UsageasexternalmemoryofthePC...........................................63 ListeningtofilestransferredfromaPC.......................................64 Tolistenatransferredfile....................................................................64 6 Other information Alarmmessagelist.....................................................................66 Troubleshooting ........................................................................68 Other.........................................................................................71 Recordercare......................................................................................71 Accessories(optional).........................................................................71 Copyrightandtrademarkinformation........................................72 Safetyprecautions.....................................................................73 Specifications ............................................................................77
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Names of parts 4 EN Recorder 1 7 8 $ % ^ & * ( ! # @ 9 0 2 3 4 5 6 1 Earphone jack ( ) 2 REC (record) switch 3 Display 4 MENU/SCENE button 5 `PLAY/4STOP button 6 Built-in speaker 7 Built-in stereo microphone (R) 8 POWER/HOLD switch 9 0 button 0 – button ! + button @ 9 button # OK button $ Built-in stereo microphone (L) % Clip ^ LED indicator light (LED) & Battery cover * USB connector ( USB connector cover Names of parts
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Names of parts 5 EN Names of parts Display 4 During recording 1 2 4 3 1 Battery (☞ P.12) 2 Voice recorder status indicator [ ]: Recording (☞ P.16) [ ]: VCVA recording stand-by (☞ P.39) [ ]: Stop [ ]: Playback (☞ P.23) [ ]: Playback pause (☞ P.23) [ ]: Fast forward (☞ P.24) [ ]: Fast rewind (☞ P.24) [ ]: Fast playback (☞ P.28) [ ]: Slow playback (☞ P.28) 3 Elapsed recording time 4 Current file number in folder/Total number of recorded files in folder 4 During stop or playback 6 5 7 8 9 5 File length/Elapsed playback time 6 Playback range (☞ P.41) 7 Repeat 8 File lock (☞ P.37) 9 Playback folder (when [Music] folder is selected)
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1 Setup 6 EN Setup After unpacking the voice recorder, follow the steps below to have it ready for use. Step 1 3 Inserting the battery Step 2 3 Turning the power ON Step 3 3 Selecting the battery setting Select the battery setting to match the inserted battery. Select the setting for a nickel-metal hydride rechargeable battery or the setting for an alkaline battery. Step 4 3 Setting the date/time Set the voice recorder’s clock for use with file management. Step 5 Charging the recorder Getting started
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1 Setup 7 EN Setup Inserting the battery Before using the voice recorder, insert the battery in the battery compartment of the voice recorder. 1 Open the battery cover while pressing the cover lock knob in the direction of the arrow. 1 2 3 a a Do not attempt to open the battery cover by force. 2 Insert an AAA battery, making sure its positive and negative terminals are placed correctly. 2 1 Insert the battery’s negative terminal first. 3 Close the battery cover until it is completely closed. 1 3 2 b c Cross section b Tab c When attaching the cover, slide the tab of the battery cover under the outer shell of the recorder. NOTE • Be sure to firmly close the battery cover (close until the battery cover lock clicks). • Be sure to charge the battery before you start recording.
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1 Setup 8 EN Setup Turning the power ON 1 While the voice recorder is turned off, slide the POWER/HOLD switch in the direction of the arrow. POWER/HOLD switch Setting the inserted battery 1 Press the + or – button to select the type of battery you inserted. [Ni-MH] ( ) Select if you inserted an Olympus nickel-metal hydride rechargeable battery (model BR404). [Alkaline] ( ) Select if you inserted an alkaline battery. 2 Press the OK button to finalize the setting.
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1 Setup 9 EN Setup Setting the date/time 1 Press the 9 or 0 button to select the item to set. 2 Press the + or – button to change the number. • To change the setting of another item, press the 9 or 0 button to move the blinking cursor, then press the + or – button to change the number. 3 Press the OK button to finalize the setting. TIP • You can change the clock display format. See“Setting the date/time [Time & Date]”(☞ P.47) for the procedure.
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1 Setup 10 EN Setup Charging the battery by connecting to a PC’s USB connector NOTE • Before charging the battery, insert the rechargeable battery provided and set [Battery] to [Ni-MH]. • Before connecting the USB connector, release HOLD mode (☞ P.30). 1 Start the PC. 2 Remove the USB connector cover. 1 2 Slide open the USB connector cover using the pad of your finger. 3 After making sure the voice recorder is stopped, connect the USB connector to a USB port on a PC. 4 Press the OK button to start charging. • Press the OK button while this message is blinking. • The LED indicator light lights while charging. 5 Charging has finished when [Battery full] appears.
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1 Setup 11 EN Setup Charging the battery by connecting to an AC adapter with a USB connection (model A514) The battery can be recharged by connecting the recorder to the provided AC adapter (A514). NOTE • Before charging the battery, insert the rechargeable battery provided and set [Battery] to [Ni-MH]. • Before connecting the AC adapter, release HOLD mode (☞ P.30). 1 Remove the USB connector cover. 1 2 Slide open the USB connector cover using the pad of your finger. 2 Connect the voice recorder to the USB connector on the AC adapter. To USB connector of AC adapter (model A514) 3 Connect the AC adapter to an AC power outlet. To an AC power outlet 4 Press the OK button to start charging. • Press the OK button while this message is blinking. • The LED indicator light lights while charging. 5 Charging has finished when [Battery full] appears. NOTE • Use only the Olympus USB connecting AC adapter model provided (A514).
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1 Setup 12 EN Setup Battery indicator As the battery loses its remaining charge, the battery indicator on the display changes as follows: • [ ] indicates there is little remaining battery charge. Charge the battery. When the battery has run out, [ ] and [Battery low] appears, operation stops. TIP • Charging the recorder, release the HOLD mode. While the recorder is in HOLD mode, any button operations are disabled (☞ P.30). • Charging time: About 3 hours* * Approximate time needed to fully charge a completely flat battery at room temperature. The charging time depends on the amount of remaining power and the state of the battery. NOTE • Never attempt to charge an alkaline battery, lithium battery or other primary cell battery. Fluid leakage or overheating may cause the recorder to malfunction. • The power of PC must be ON to charge the battery using the USB connector. You cannot charge the battery when the power of PC is OFF, or the PC is in standby, sleep or auto power off mode. • Do not use a USB hub when charging the battery by connecting to the PC. • When [ ]*1 or [ ]*2 is displayed the battery cannot be charged. Charge the battery in an ambient temperature of between 5 and 35°C (41 and 95°F). *1 [ ]: Ambient temperature is too low. *2 [ ]: Ambient temperature is too high • If battery life has become noticeably short on a full charge, replace the battery with a new one. • Insert the USB connector securely all the way. Operation will not be normal if the connection is not made properly. • Use the USB extension cable provided if needed. • Use only a compatible Olympus USB extension cable. Operation is not guaranteed if another manufacturer’s cable is used. Only use the Olympus USB extension cable with the voice recorder and never use if a product from another manufacturer is used. • Use only the Olympus USB connecting AC adapter model provided (A514).
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1 Batteries 13 EN Rechargeable batteries Read the information below carefully when using a nickel-metal hydride rechargeable battery (model BR404). 4 Discharging Rechargeable batteries discharge naturally when not in use. Be sure to charge the battery before use. 4 Operating temperature Rechargeable batteries are chemical-based products. Their performance can vary even when used within the recommended operating temperature range. This variation is normal. 4 Recommended temperature range When powering voice recorder: 0 to 42°C (32 to 107.6°F) When being charged: 5 to 35°C (41 to 95°F) During long-term storage: –20 to 30°C (–4 to 86°F) Use of a rechargeable battery outside the temperature ranges above may result in drops in battery performance or life. When not using the voice recorder for an extended period, remove the rechargeable battery before storage to prevent fluid leakage or rust. Batteries NOTE • The voice recorder does not support manganese batteries. • When replacing the battery, use an AAA alkaline dry cell battery or an Olympus nickel-metal hydride rechargeable battery (model BR404). Operation is not guaranteed. If a battery from another manufacturer is used. • The [Battery] screen appears automatically after you have replaced the battery. You can also use a menu operation to display this screen and set the battery (☞ P.47). After replacing the battery, turn on the power and then make sure you set the settings on the [Battery] screen and [Time & Date] screen before recording. • You may need to reset the date/time if the battery is removed from the voice recorder for over one minute, or if the battery is quickly removed and replaced. See“Setting the date/ time [Time & Date]”(☞ P.47) for the procedure. • Due to the nature of nickel-metal hydride rechargeable batteries, new batteries and batteries not used for an extended period (one month or more) may not charge completely. The battery should become fully charged after charging and discharging the battery up to three times. • Always dispose rechargeable batteries in the legally prescribed manner. Before disposing rechargeable batteries that are not fully discharged, take steps to prevent shorting such as insulating their terminals with tape.
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1 Batteries 14 EN Batteries • Always turn power off before replacing the battery. Files may be damaged if the battery is removed while the voice recorder is recording or performing an operation such as erasing a file. • Even if the battery indicator is [ ], playback with the built-in speaker at some volumes may result in a drop in battery output voltage, causing the voice recorder to reset. Lower the volume in this case. • The continuous battery usage time of a nickel-metal hydride rechargeable battery that has been used repeatedly will be reduced due to battery degradation (☞ P.78). • Battery life will be shorter when using a nickel-metal hydride rechargeable battery that has been used repeatedly (☞ P.78).
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1 Turning the power OFF 15 EN Turning the power OFF Existing data, mode settings and the clock setting are saved when the power is turned OFF. 1 Slide the POWER/HOLD switch in the direction of the arrow for at least 0.5 seconds. • The playback stop position at power OFF is stored in the memory. TIP • Turning the power OFF whenever the voice recorder is not in use minimizes battery consumption. Auto power off mode When the voice recorder has been stopped for at least 5 minutes (default setting) after power ON, the display disappears and the voice recorder automatically turns off (☞ P.46). • To reuse the voice recorder, turn the power ON again. NOTE • The voice recorder will not be turned off during recording, even if the POWER/HOLD switch operated. • If the [Rec Standby] function is enabled, the voice recorder will remain in recording standby state even after the power is turned off so the battery will deplete more quickly. Once the time set for [Rec Standby] elapses, the power turns off completely (☞ P.46). Turning the power OFF
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2 Recording 16 EN Recording Even if a recording opportunity suddenly arrises, you can start recording from the power off state. Up to 999 recordings can be made. Basic recording procedure 1 Point the built-in microphone in the direction of the sound to record. Built-in stereo microphone LED indicator light 2 Slide the REC switch to start recording in the direction of the arrow. a b c a Current file number in folder/Total number of recorded files in folder b Recording indicator c Elapsed recording time • The LED indicator light lights, and [ ] appears in the display. • After replacing the battery, turn on the power and then make sure you set the settings on the [Battery] screen and [Time & Date] screen before recording. • If you record simple recording content at the beginning, it will be convenient for searching later using the [Date Search] function (☞ P.32). 3 Slide the REC switch to stop recording in the direction of the arrow. • [ ] appears in the display. Recording
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2 Recording 17 EN Recording Sound files recorded with the voice recorder are automatically given a file name in the format below. VP100001 .MP3 1 2 1File number File numbers are assigned consecutively. 2Extension A file extension indicating the recording format the file was recorded in by the voice recorder. • Linear PCM format:“.WAV” • MP3 format:“.MP3” • WMA format:“.WMA” TIP • When recording with the voice recorder in a pocket or alike, secure it with a clip to prevent if from moving. • Even if recording starts during playback of a file in the [Music] folder, the recorded file will be saved in the [Recorder] folder (☞ P.52). NOTE • To prevent the beginning of the recording being cut off, start recording after the LED indicator light has lit or mode indicator has appeared in the display. • When the remaining possible recording time is 60 seconds, the LED indicator light starts flashing. It flashes more rapidly as the remaining time decreases (at the 30- and 10-second points). • When [Folder full] appears, no more recording can be done. You will need to delete unneeded files to record more (☞ P.33, P.66). • If [Memory full] appears, the voice recorder has no more available memory space. You will need to delete unneeded files to record more (☞ P.33, P.66). • Processing performance may be reduced when data has been repeatedly written to or deleted from the recording media. Please initialize the recording media in this case (☞ P.54). • This voice recorder can record only with the built-in microphone. An external microphone cannot be connected.
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2 Recording 18 EN Recording Recording linear PCM format data over 2 GB When recording a linear PCM format file, recording will continue even after the file size exceeds 2 GB. • The data is divided and saved in separate files of up to 2 GB. The files are processed as multiple files during playback. • After recording 999 files which exceed 2GB recording stops. Recording settings For various recording conditions, different recording settings are available. [Rec Level] (☞ P.38) Sets the recording sensitivity. [Rec Mode] (☞ P.38) Sets the recording sound quality. [Anti-Rustle] * (☞ P.39) Reduce noise caused by the voice recorder rubbing against clothing (rustling sounds) when recording in your pocket. [Low Cut Filter] (☞ P.39) Reduces humming sounds from equipment such as air- conditioners or projectors. [VCVA] (☞ P.39) Sets the trigger level for voice- activated recording (VCVA). [Rec Scene] (☞ P.20) Used to select one of multiple preregistered templates of recording settings. When selected, each template enters several settings tailored to a particular recording location or condition all in a single operation. * When recording with the voice recorder in a pocket or alike, secure it with a clip to prevent if from moving.
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2 Recording 19 EN Recording Using earphones If you connect commercially available earphones to the earphone jack ( ) of the voice recorder, you will be able to listen to the audio during recording and playback. • Use the +/– button to adjust the recording monitor volume. • Earphones are not supplied with this product. 1 Connecttheearphonestothevoice recorder’searphonejack( ). To earphone jack • Changing the volume will not affect the recording level. • There will be no sound from the speaker when the earphones are connected. NOTE • To avoid unpleasantly loud sound, set the volume to [00] before plugging in the earphone. • To prevent feedback, do not place the earphone near the microphone while recording. • Avoid excessive volume when listening to playback through the earphones. It may cause hearing damage or loss. • Battery life depletes quickly while recordings are monitored. To conserve battery life, leave the earphone disconnected while recording. • If the [Anti-Rustle] function (☞ P.39) is enabled, you may sound like an echo during monitoring the recording.
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2 Selecting the automatic recording setting [Rec Scene] 20 EN Selecting the automatic recording setting [Rec Scene] The voice recorder has preregistered templates of optimum settings tailored to various recording applications such as conference and dictation. When selecting one of these templates you can enter several settings recommended for your recording application all in a single operation. [Pocket] Suitable for recording sounds over a wide area while the voice recorder is still in your pocket. [DNS] For Speech Recognition Software. [Dictation] Suitable for recording your own voice and other sounds that are extremely close. [Conference] Suitable for recording conferences in a large space and other sounds over a wide area. [Meeting] Suitable for recording meetings held in a small space and other sounds that are fairly close. 1 While the voice recorder is in stop mode, press and hold the MENU/ SCENE button. 2 Press the OK button. • Press the 0 button to return to the previous screen. 3 Press the + or – button to select the desired recording application. 4 Press the OK button to finalize the setting. • According to the setting, the setting icon is displayed. 5 Press the `PLAY/4STOP button to exit the menu screen. • See "Preregistered [Rec Scene] settings" for more information (☞ P.21). Selectingtheautomaticrecordingsetting[RecScene]
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2 Selecting the automatic recording setting [Rec Scene] 21 EN Selecting the automatic recording setting [Rec Scene] Selecting the automatic recording setting [Rec Scene] NOTE • When a recording scene is selected, recording-related menu settings cannot be used in combination with the recording scene. If you attempt to use any of those functions, the [Rec Scene] setting will be automatically set to [OFF]. Preregistered [Rec Scene] settings [Pocket]: [Rec Level] [High] [Rec Mode] [MP3 128k ST] [Anti-Rustle] [High] [Low Cut Filter] [OFF] [Dictation]: [Rec Level] [Low]* [Rec Mode] [MP3 128k ST] [Anti-Rustle] [Low] [Low Cut Filter] [ON] [Conference]: [Rec Level] [High] [Rec Mode] [MP3 128 kbps] [Anti-Rustle] [OFF] [Low Cut Filter] [ON] [Meeting]: [Rec Level] [High] [Rec Mode] [MP3 128k ST] [Anti-Rustle] [Low] [Low Cut Filter] [OFF] [DNS]: [Rec Level] [Low]* [Rec Mode] [MP3 128k ST] [Anti-Rustle] [OFF] [Low Cut Filter] [OFF] * The recording sensitivity is set to a level that is even lower than [Low].
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2 Changing the information screen during recording 22 EN Changingtheinformationscreenduringrecording Changing the information screen during recording You can change the information screen during recording. 1 While the voice recorder is in recording mode, press the OK button. • Each press of the OK button changes the information screen. 1 Elapsed recording time screen (default screen) You can display the elapsed recording time and current file number in folder. 2 Recording level meter screen The meter changes according to recording volume and recording function setting. 3 Functions indicator screen You can display the indicator of functions and remaining recording time. 4 Date and time screen You can display the current date and time. 4 Meanings of indicators (same for all modes) [ ]: Battery type (☞ P.46) [ ]: Possible recording time [ ]: Noise Cancel (☞ P.41) [ ]: Voice Balancer (☞ P.41) [ ]: Rec Level (☞ P.38) [ ]: Low Cut Filter (☞ P.39) [ ]: Anti-Rustle (☞ P.39) [ ]: Rec Mode (☞ P.38) [ ]: Rec Scene (☞ P.20) [ ]: Play Scene (☞ P.27) NOTE • The information screen return to default screen if the voice recorder will be changed to other operation (stop, playback, recording).
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3 Playback 23 EN Playback In addition to files recorded by the voice recorder, you can also play files in WAV, MP3 and WMA format transferred from a PC. Basic playback procedure 1 Press the 0 or 9 button to select the desired playback file. a b a Current file number in folder/Total number of recorded files in folder b File length TIP • The file length display appears for 3 seconds. • You can search for voice files by specifying a recording date (☞ P.32). 2 Press the `PLAY/4STOP button to start playback. d c c Playback indicator d Elapsed playback time • [ ] appears in the display. 3 Press the + or – button to adjust the volume to the desired level. • The volume can be adjusted to a setting between [00] to [30]. The higher the number, the louder the volume. • If the volume is set too loud, a warning screen may appear. 4 Press the `PLAY/4STOP button to stop playback. • [ ] appears in the display. • The file being played stops right away. The resume function automatically stores the playback stop position in memory. The position is retained even if the power is turned OFF. The next time the power is turned ON, playback can be resumed from the stop position stored in the memory. Playback
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3 Playback 24 EN Playback Fast-forwarding 9 button Fast-forwarding during playback 1 Press and hold the 9 button during playback. • Playback starts from the current position when you release the 9 button. • If an index mark or temp mark in the file is reached, fast-forwarding stops at the mark (☞ P.29). • Fast-forwarding stops when the end of the file is reached. Press and hold the 9 button again to fast-forward from the beginning of the next file. Rewinding 0 button Rewinding during playback 1 Press and hold the 0 button during playback. • Playback starts from the current position when you release the 0 button. • If an index mark or temp mark in the file is reached, rewinding stops at the mark (☞ P.29). • Rewinding stops when the beginning of the file is reached. Press and hold the 0 button again to rewind from the end of the previous file.
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3 Playback 25 EN Playback Skipping to the beginning of a file Skipping to the beginning of the next file 1 Press the 9 button while the voice recorder is in stop mode, or during playback. Skipping to the beginning of the current file 1 While the voice recorder is in stop mode or playing back, press the 0 button. Skipping to the beginning of the previous file 1 Press the 0 button when the playback position is the beginning of the file. • To skip to the beginning of the previous file during playback, press the 0 button twice consecutively. TIP • To skip the files continuously, pressing the 0 or 9 button while the recorder is in stop mode. NOTE • If an index mark or temp mark is reached when skipping to the beginning of a file during playback, playback starts from the position of the mark. When skipping to the beginning of a file while the voice recorder is in stop mode, the mark is ignored (☞ P.29). • If a setting other than [File Skip] is set for [Skip Space], playback starts after the set amount of time has been skipped backwards or forwards. Playback does not skip to the beginning of the file.
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3 Playback 26 EN Playback Playback settings You can select various file playback methods tailored to different applications and tastes. [Noise Cancel]* (☞ P.41) A setting that makes recorded voices more discernable when muffled by projector noise or similar sounds. [Voice Balancer]* (☞ P.41) Compensates low-volume portions of recorded audio files during playback. [Playback Range] (☞ P.41) Selects whether to play back individual files or all files in a folder. [Repeat] (☞ P.42) Repeatedly plays back the range selected in [Playback Range]. [Skip Space] (☞ P.42) A handy function for quickly moving the playback position, and playing short segments repeatedly. [Play Scene] (☞ P.27) Switches to the playback operation setting. In this setting transcription can be made while listening to recorded content. [Play Folder] (☞ P.52) Use this when you wish to switch to the [Recorder] folder or another folder in [Music]. * This function is only available when a file in the [Recorder] folder is selected.
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3 Selecting the automatic playback operation [Play Scene] 27 EN Selecting the automatic playback operation [Play Scene] The beginning or end of the wrong file is never selected even when you perform the forward or return operation repeatedly. You can also use the fast or slow playback function at the same time. [Transcription] This is convenient for creating the minutes and written records from audio files of meetings, interviews, and other events where multiple people speak. [Language study] This is convenient for playing back conversations and language study content many times repeatedly. 1 While the voice recorder is in stop mode, press and hold the MENU/ SCENE button. 2 Press the + or – button to select [Play Scene]. 3 Press the OK button. • Press the 0 button to return to the previous screen. 4 Press the + or – button to select the desired preset playback settings package. 5 Press the OK button to finalize the setting. 6 Press the `PLAY/4STOP button to exit the menu screen. • See "Preregistered [Play Scene] settings" for more information (☞ P.36). Selectingtheautomaticplaybackoperation[PlayScene]
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3 Changing the playback speed 28 EN Changing the playback speed You can change the playback speed. Changing the playback speed is handy for speeding up conference presentations, or for slowing down parts difficult to discern when learning a language. 1 Press and hold the `PLAY/4STOP button during playback. 2 Press the + or – button to select the desired playback speed. • You can set the playback speed from [x 0.5] (slow) to [x 1.0] (normal) to [x 2.0] (fast). 3 Press the OK button. a a Playback speed display • To return to the normal playback speed, set the setting to [x1.0]. NOTE • Altered playback speed settings are retained even after power OFF. • Changing the playback speed will make the battery deplete more quickly. • The function below cannot be used when changing the playback speed. • [Noise Cancel] (☞ P.41) Fast playback restrictions Depending on their sampling rate and bit rate, some files may not play normally. In this case you will need to reduce the playback speed. Changing the playback speed
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3 Index marks/temp marks 29 EN Writing an index mark or temp mark in a file enables you to quickly access desired position in the file with the same operations used for fast-forwarding, rewinding or skipping to the start of a file. Index marks are added to the files created using Olympus voice recorders and temp marks are added to files created using other devices. The position you wish to start listening from can be temporarily stored in a file during playback. Writing an index mark/temp mark 1 At the position to add an index mark or temp mark, press and hold the OK button. NOTE • Temp marks are temporary markings. They are automatically erased when you select a different file, transfer the file to a PC, or move the file on a PC. • You can write up to 99 index marks/ temp marks in a single file. The message [Index Full] appears if you attempt to write more than 99 marks. • You cannot write or erase index marks/temp marks in files that have been locked by the file lock function (☞ P.37). Erasing an index mark/temp mark 1 Select a file that contains index mark/temp mark you want to erase and start playback. 2 Use the 9 or 0 button to select the index mark/temp mark you want to erase. 3 When the number of the index mark/temp mark to erase is being shown (for about 2 seconds) in the display, press and hold the OK button. • Any subsequent index marks/temp marks in the file are automatically renumbered. Index marks/temp marks
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3 Preventing accidental operation 30 EN Setting the voice recorder to HOLD mode maintains the current operation and disables button operations. HOLD mode is a handy feature for preventing unintentional operation from accidental button presses when the voice recorder is carried in a bag or pocket. Setting HOLD mode 1 Slide the POWER/HOLD switch to the [HOLD] position. • [Hold] appears in the display, and the recorder enters HOLD mode. Releasing HOLD mode 1 Slide the POWER/HOLD switch to position A shown below. a NOTE • When any button is pressed during HOLD mode, [Hold] appears in the display for 2 seconds. No other operation is performed. • Setting HOLD mode during voice recorder playback continues the playback operation and prevents any other operation from being performed (the voice recorder stops when playback ends). Preventing accidental operation
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3 Changing the information screen during playback or stop 31 EN Changing the information screen during playback or stop You can change the information screen during playback or stop. 1 While the voice recorder is in playback mode or stop mode, press the OK button. • Each press of the OK button changes the information screen. 1 Elapsed playback time screen (default screen) You can display the elapsed playback time and current file number in folder. 2 Recording time/date screen ([Recorder] folder is selected) You can display the recording time and date of current file. File name screen ([Music] folder is selected) You can display the name of current file. 3 Functions indicator screen You can display the indicator of functions and remaining recording time (☞ P.22). 4 Date and time screen You can display the current date and time. NOTE • The information screen return to default screen if the voice recorder will be changed to other operation (stop, playback, recording). Changingtheinformationscreenduringplaybackorstop
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3 Searching for a fi le [Date Search] 32 EN Using the date search function You can search for voice files by specifying a recording date. 1 While the voice recorder is in stop mode, press and hold the MENU/ SCENE button. 2 Press the + or – button to select [Date Search]. 3 Press the OK button. 4 Press the + or – button to select the desired recording date. • All of the dates on which recordings were made are displayed. Select the date you are searching for from the dates. 5 Press the OK button. 6 Press the + or – button to select the desired file. a b a File name b File number/Number of files registered for the selected date TIP • Each time you select a file, the voice recorder can automatically play the beginning of the file for 10 seconds (☞ P.45). 7 Press the OK button to start playback. NOTE • To perform a date search, you need to set [Time & Date] in advance (☞ P.47). Searching for a file [Date Search]
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3 Erasing fi les 33 EN Erasing files This section describes how to erase a single unneeded file from a folder, erase all the files in the current folder at once. 1 Press the 0 or 9 button to select the file you want to erase. The file of this number is erased. After it is erased, renumbering is performed automatically. 2 While the voice recorder is in stop mode, press the MENU/SCENE button. 3 Press the OK button. • The voice recorder returns to the stopped mode if no operation is performed for 3 minutes. 4 Press the OK button again. 5 Press the + or – button to select [One file] or [All in folder]. [One file]: Erases only the selected file. [All in folder]: Erases all the files saved in the same folder as the selected file. 6 Press the OK button. • If no operation is performed for 8 seconds during menu operation, the previous screen is redisplayed. 7 Press the + button to select [Start]. 8 Press the OK button. • [Erasing] appears in the display, and the erasing process starts. [Erased] appears when the process has finished. Erasing files
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3 Erasing fi les 34 EN Erasing files NOTE • Files cannot be restored after being erased, so please check carefully before erasing a file. • Locked files and read-only files cannot be erased (☞ P.37). • If there is a file that cannot be recognized by the recorder, the file will not be erased. The voice recorder must be connected to a PC to erase these files. • Before erasing a file, charge or replace the battery to ensure it will not run out before the process has finished. Erasing processes can take over 10 seconds to complete. To prevent the risk of damage to data, never remove the battery before an erasing process has finished.
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4 Setting menu items 35 EN Setting menu items Basic operation The menus consist of the following five setting menus: [File Menu], [Rec Menu], [Play Menu], [LCD/Sound], and [Device], which each provide useful functions to meet a variety of needs. Follow the steps below to set a menu item. 1 Press the MENU/SCENE button during recording, playback or stop. TIP • Some menus contain items that can be set during recording/ playback (☞ P.36). 2 Press the + or – button to select the setting menu containing item you want to set. 3 Press the OK button. • The setting item of the selected setting menu is displayed. • You can also use the 9 button to perform this operation. • Press the 0 button to return to the previous screen. 4 Press the + or – button to select the desired setting item. 5 Press the OK button. 6 Press the + or – button to change the setting. 7 Press the OK button to finalize the setting. • A message indicating the setting has been entered appears. Menu
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4 Setting menu items 36 EN Setting menu items Basic operation 8 Press the `PLAY/4STOP button to exit the menu screen. • When you enter the menu screen during recording or playback, press the MENU/SCENE button to return to the previous screen without interrupting recording or playback. NOTE • For menu settings done while the voice recorder is in stop mode, the voice recorder exits the menu and returns to the stopped mode if no operation is performed for 3 minutes. The selected setting item is not changed in this case. • For menu settings done during recording/playback, the voice recorder exits the menu if no operation is performed for 8 seconds. 4 Menu items that can be set during recording; • Backlight • LED 4 Menu items that can be set during playback; • Property • Backlight • LED Preregistered [Play Scene] settings [Transcription]: [STOP (4)] [Auto Back (3 sec)]* [9 (CUE)] [x2.0 Play Back] [0 (REV)] [Reviewing] [9 (SKIP)] [10 sec. Skip] [0 (SKIP)] [3 sec. Skip] [Voice Balancer] [ON] [Language study]: [STOP (4)] [Stop] [9 (CUE)] [x2.0 Play Back] [0 (REV)] [Reviewing] [9 (SKIP)] [10 sec. Skip] [0 (SKIP)] [3 sec. Skip] [Voice Balancer] [OFF] * If you press the `PLAY/4STOP button during playback, the audio is rewound 3 seconds from the position at which the button was pressed and then stopped.
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4 File menu [File Menu] 37 EN File menu [File Menu] Preventing accidental file erasure [File Lock] The file lock feature lets you lock important files to prevent them being accidentally erased. Once locked, a file is not erased even if the operation for erasing all the files in its folder is performed (☞ P.33). 1 Select the file you want to lock (☞ P.23). [ON]: Locks the file. [OFF]: File lock is canceled. Dividing files [File Divide] Large files or files with long recording times can be divided for easier management and editing. See“Dividing files [File Divide]”(☞ P.50) for the procedure. Displaying file information [Property] You can display the information of a file from a menu screen. File information 1 Press the + or – button to switch the screen. • [Name] [Date] [Size] [Bit Rate]*1 [Artist]*2 [Album]*2 are displayed. *1 When a linear PCM format file is selected, the sampling rate and bit count are displayed in the [Bit Rate] field. *2 If there is no tag information in the file, [UNKNOWN_ARTIST] and [UNKNOWN_ALBUM] are displayed.
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4 Recording menu [Rec Menu] 38 EN Selecting the recording sensitivity [Rec Level] You can change the recording level (sensitivity) as needed for your recording application. [High]: The highest recording sensitivity. Suited to recording lectures, large conferences and other applications with distant or quiet sound sources. [Low]: The lowest sensitivity, this level is suitable for dictation. TIP • When you wish to record a speaking voice clearly, set [Rec Level] to [Low], and place the voice recorder’s built-in microphone near the speaker’s mouth (5 to 10 cm away). NOTE • The recording level is adjusted automatically. Excessively loud sound input may generate noise. Setting the recording mode [Rec Mode] You can prioritize sound quality or recording time. Select the recording mode that best matches your recording application. [PCM] [MP3 128k ST] [WMA 32 kbps mono]* [WMA 5 kbps mono]* * Mono recording TIP • PCM format allows you to faithfully record the original sound because compression and other processing is not performed, but the file size will be large. Check that you have enough remaining memory before recording. • To record conferences and presentations clearly, it is recommended to set [Rec Mode] setting to [MP3 128k ST]. Recording menu [Rec Menu]
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4 Recording menu [Rec Menu] 39 EN Recording menu [Rec Menu] Reducing noise caused by rubbing during recording [Anti-Rustle] Reduce noise caused by the voice recorder rubbing against clothing (rustling sounds) when recording in your pocket. NOTE • When recording with the voice recorder in a pocket or alike, secure it with a clip to prevent if from moving. [High] [Low]: Reduces noise caused by rubbing sounds (rustling sounds) during recording. [OFF]: Turns the rustling sound reduction function off. Reducing noise during recording [Low Cut Filter] The voice recorder’s low cut filter function lets you make recordings that reduce humming sounds from air-conditioners or low-frequency sounds from equipment such as projectors. [ON]: Turns the low cut filter ON. [OFF]: The low cut filter is disabled. Voice-activated recording function [VCVA] The voice-activated recording function (VCVA) automatically starts recording when a sound louder than a preset voice activation level is detected, and automatically pauses recording when the sound volume level falls. Use this function to automatically omit unneeded quiet segments when recording (such as long silences during conferences), saving memory. [ON]: Turns VCVA ON. You can adjust the voice activation level used for VCVA. [OFF]: Turns VCVA OFF. Restores standard recording. Adjusting the voice activation level for voice-activated recording 1 Slide the REC switch to start recording. • Recording pauses automatically about 1 second after the input sound becomes quieter than the set activation sensitivity. The LED indicator light becomes lit when recording is activated and flashes when recording is paused.
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4 Recording menu [Rec Menu] 40 EN Recording menu [Rec Menu] 2 Press the 9 or 0 button to adjust the voice activation level. b a a Voice activation level (moves left/ right to match set level) b Level meter (changes in proportion to recording sound volume) • The setting can be adjusted in 23 steps. TIP • Each press of the 0 button increases the activation sensitivity level of VCVA, and a high level will result in recording starting even with small sounds. • Adjust the VCVA voice activation level to suit the recording conditions (to cope with high levels of surrounding noise or alike). • To avoid recording mistake, it’s recommended to perform a test recording beforehand to adjust the voice activation level.
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4 Playback menu [Play Menu] 41 EN Reducing noise during playback [Noise Cancel] Use the [Noise Cancel] function to reduce noise when a recorded voice is difficult to discern. [High] [Low]: Reduces surrounding noise to play back clearer sound quality. [OFF]: The noise cancel function is disabled. NOTE • [Noise Cancel] function is only available when a file in the [Recorder] folder is selected. • If the [Noise Cancel] function is used, the battery will deplete more quickly. • The following function will not be available while you are using the [Noise Cancel] function. • Changing the playback speed (☞ P.28) Adjusting low volume portions during playback [Voice Balancer] The [Voice Balancer] function adjusts low- volume portions of recorded audio files to make them louder. [ON]: Adjusts low-volume portions of audio files during playback, making them louder. [OFF]: The voice balancer function is disabled. NOTE • [Voice Balancer] function is only available when a file in the [Recorder] folder is selected. Specifying the range to play back [Playback Range] Select the playback range according to your preference. 1 Press the + or – button to select [Recorder] or [Music]. [Recorder]: Set the playback range for playing files recorded with the built-in microphone. [Music]: Set the playback range for playing files transferred from a PC. 2 Press the + or – button to select the setting. [File]: Stops playback after the current file has been played. [Folder]: Plays all the files in the current folder consecutively, stopping playback after the last file in the folder is played. Playback menu [Play Menu]
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4 Playback menu [Play Menu] 42 EN Playback menu [Play Menu] NOTE • When you set [Playback range] to [File], [End] blinks in the display for 2 seconds after the last file in the folder has been played, then playback stops at the start position of the last file. • While [Playback range] is set to [Folder], [End] blinks in the display for 2 seconds after the last file in the folder has been played, then playback stops at the start position of the first file in the folder. Setting the repeat playback [Repeat] You can select ON or OFF for repeat playback. 1 Press the + or – button to select [Recorder] or [Music]. [Recorder]: Set repeat playback for playing files recorded with the built-in microphone. [Music]: Set repeat playback for playing music files transferred from a PC. 2 Press the + or – button to select the setting. [ON]: Repeatedly plays back the range selected in [Playback Range]. [OFF]: Cancels repeat playback. Setting a skip space [Skip Space] This function skips (forward) or reverse skips (rewinds) the file being played back for a set amount of time and it is a convenient way to move the playback position or repeat playing a short phrase. 1 Press the + or – button to select [Forward Skip] or [Reverse Skip]. [Forward Skip]: Starts playback after moving the playback position forward by the set amount. [Reverse Skip]: Rewinds the set amount of time and starts playback. 2 Press the + or – button to select the setting. When [Forward Skip] was selected: [File Skip], [30 sec. Skip], [5 min. Skip] When [Reverse Skip] was selected: [File Skip], [3 sec. Skip], [30 sec. Skip], [5 min. Skip] NOTE • Forward/reverse skip operations over a skip space that contains an index mark/ temp mark or the starting position of a file will stop at that mark or at the start position.
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4 Playback menu [Play Menu] 43 EN Playback menu [Play Menu] Forward/reverse skip playback 1 Press the `PLAY/4STOP button to start playback. 2 Press the 9 or 0 button during playback. • Playback starts after skipping forward or backward by the set amount. Changing the folder for playback [Play Folder] You can switch the play folder to the [Recorder] folder containing the files recorded with the built-in microphone or the [Music] folder containing music files and study content transferred from a PC. See“Changing the folder for playback [Play Folder]”(☞ P.52) for the procedure.
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4 LCD/Sound menu [LCD/Sound] 44 EN Setting the backlight [Backlight] The display backlights are switched on for a preset amount of time when a button operation is performed. [5 sec.] [10 sec.] [30 sec.] [1 min.]: Set the amount of time that the backlight stays lit. [OFF]: Disables the backlight. Adjusting the contrast [Contrast] You can adjust the contrast of the display to 12 different levels. • The setting can be adjusted to between [01] to [12]. Setting the LED indicator light [LED] You can set the unit so that the LED indicator light does not light. The LED indicator light is lit or flashing during recording and charging and while files are being transferred between the voice recorder and a PC. [ON]: LED indicator light is switched on. [OFF]: The LED indicator does not light. • Even if you set the [LED] setting to [OFF], the LED indicator light will flash while files are being transferred between the voice recorder and a PC. Turning beeping sound ON/OFF [Beep] The voice recorder makes beeping sounds when buttons are pressed, or to warn in case of operation errors. You can select whether the voice recorder makes these beeping sounds. [ON]: Enables beeping sounds. [OFF]: Disables beeping sounds. LCD/Sound menu [LCD/Sound]
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4 LCD/Sound menu [LCD/Sound] 45 EN LCD/Sound menu [LCD/Sound] Selecting the speaker output [Speaker] You can set the built-in speaker to be ON or OFF when the earphones are not connected. [ON]: When the earphone is connected, sound is output from the earphone and when the earphone is disconnected, sound is output from the built-in speaker. [OFF]: Sound is not output from the built-in speaker even though the earphone is disconnected. Playing the beginning of files automatically [Intro Play] Each time you select a file, the voice recorder can automatically play the beginning of the file for 10 seconds. This function is convenient for searching for a file because it allows you to check the content of files. [ON]: Each time you select a file, the beginning of that file is played for 10 seconds. [OFF]: Turns [Intro Play] off.
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4 Device menu [Device] 46 EN Device menu [Device] Setting auto power off mode [Power Off] The voice recorder turns OFF automatically when a preset amount of time has elapsed while the voice recorder is in stop mode after power ON. [5 min.] [10 min.] [15 min.] [30 min.]: Select the desired amount of time. [OFF]: Disables auto power off mode. Note that leaving the voice recorder On will quickly deplete the battery. NOTE • If the [Rec Standby] function is enabled, the voice recorder will remain in recording standby state even after the power is turned off so the battery will deplete more quickly. Once the time set for [Rec Standby] elapses, the power turns off completely. Settingtherecordingstandbyduration [Rec Standby] Set the recording standby duration for after the power is turned off. This allows you to start recording immediately from the power off state during the set duration. [1 hr.] [3 hr.] [5 hr.] [10 hr.]: Select the desired amount of time. [OFF]: Turns recording standby off. NOTE • If the [Rec Standby] function is enabled, the voice recorder will remain in recording standby state even after the power is turned off so the battery will deplete more quickly. Once the time set for [Rec Standby] elapses, the power turns off completely. Setting the battery in use [Battery] Set the battery type to match the battery you are using. [Ni-MH]: Select this setting when using an Olympus Ni-MH rechargeable battery (model BR404). [Alkaline]: Select this setting when using an alkaline dry cell battery.
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4 Device menu [Device] 47 EN Device menu [Device] Setting the date/time [Time & Date] Set the date and time beforehand to enable easier management of recorded files. 1 Press the 9 or 0 button to select the desired setting item. 2 Press the + or – button to change the number. • To change another item, use the 9 or 0 button to move flashing position and use the + or – button to change the number. 3 Press the OK button to finalize the setting. TIP • When setting hours and minutes, each time the MENU/SCENE button is pressed, the display changes between 12 hour and 24 hour display. Example: 10:38 PM 10:38 PM (default format) 22:38 • When setting the month and day, each time the MENU/SCENE button is pressed, the display order changes. Example: March 24, 2015 3M 24D 2015Y (default format) 24D 3M 2015Y • When setting the year, the MENU/ SCENE button is pressed, the display order changes. Example: March 24, 2015 3M 24D 2015Y (default format) 2015Y 3M 24D NOTE • Even if the voice recorder is not used for a long period of time, when the battery is used up, the date and time must be re-entered.
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4 Device menu [Device] 48 EN Device menu [Device] Restoring the default settings [Reset Settings] This setting is used to return various functions to the factory default settings (factory default). The clock setting and file numbers are retained. 1 Press the + button to select [Start]. Rec Menu: Rec Level: High Rec Mode: MP3 128k ST Anti-Rustle: OFF Low Cut Filter: OFF VCVA: OFF Rec Scene: OFF Play Menu: Noise Cancel: OFF Voice Balancer: OFF Playback Range: Recorder: File Music: Folder Repeat: Recorder: OFF Music: OFF Skip Space: Forward Skip: File Skip Reverse Skip: File Skip Play Scene: OFF Playback Folder: Recorder LCD/Sound: Backlight: 10 sec. Contrast: Level 06 LED: ON Beep: ON Speaker: ON Intro Play: ON Device: Power Off: 5 min. Rec Standby: OFF Battery: Ni-MH Formatting the internal memory [Format] Formatting the internal memory erases all existing files saved on it. Be sure to transfer all important files to a PC before formatting. See“Formatting the internal memory [Format]”(☞ P.54) for the procedure.
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4 Device menu [Device] 49 EN Device menu [Device] Checking the internal memory information [Memory Info.] You can display the capacity and remaining memory space of the internal memory from a menu screen. NOTE • Some memory capacity is used as a management area, so the actual usable capacity will always be slightly less than the displayed capacity. Confirming the voice recorder information [System Info.] You can display voice recorder information from a menu screen. • Displays system information about the voice recorder, such as [Model], [Version], and [Serial No.].
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4 Dividing fi les [File Divide] 50 EN Dividing files [File Divide] Large files or files with long recording times can be divided for easier management and editing. NOTE Only MP3-format and PCM-format files recorded on the voice recorder can be divided. 1 Play the file to divide, and stop playback at the desired division point. • Press and hold the 9 or 0 button to fast-forward/rewind. • Writing an index mark at the division point beforehand is handy. 2 While the voice recorder is in stop mode, press the MENU/SCENE button. 3 Press the OK button. 4 Press the + or – button to select [File Divide]. 5 Press the OK button. 6 Press the + button to select [Start]. 7 Press the OK button. • [Dividing] appears in the display, and the file dividing process starts. [Completed] appears when the process has finished. 8 Press the `PLAY/4STOP button to exit the menu screen. Dividing files [File Divide]

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