|Sony ICD-UX71F Voice recorder|
|Category||Audio Video TV Multimedia|
Specifications IC recorder section Capacity (User available capacity) ICD-UX71/UX71F: 1 GB (approx. 986 MB =1,034,354,688 Byte) ICD-UX81/UX81F: 2 GB (approx. 1.92 GB =2,072,313,856 Byte) ICD-UX91F: 4 GB (approx. 3.86 GB =4,147,806,208 Byte) A part of the memory capacity is used as a management area. Recording time*1 See page 27. *1 When you are going to record continuously for a long time, you may have to replace the battery with a new one in the midst of recording. For details on the battery life, refer to pages 15 - 17 . Frequency range ST : 40 Hz - 20,000 Hz STSP : 40 Hz - 15,000 Hz STLP : 60 Hz - 7,500 Hz SP : 60 Hz - 10,000 Hz LP : 60 Hz - 3,400 Hz Bit rates and sampling frequencies for MP3 files*2 Bit rate: 32 - 320 kbps, VBR Sampling frequencies: 16/22.05/24/32/44.1/ 48 kHz *2 The playback of MP3 files recorded using the IC recorder is also supported. Not all encoders are supported. Bit rate and sampling frequencies*3 for WMA files Bit rate: 32 - 192 kbps*4, VBR Sampling frequencies: 44.1 kHz *3 WMA Ver. 8 Class2A is compatible, however, MBR (Multi Bit Rate), Lossless, Professional, and Voice are not supported. *4 The NoiseSubstitution function is not supported, therefore, playback becomes simple playback with 32 kbps bit rate. FM TV Multimedia">Radio section Frequency range 87.5 - 108 MHz IF 150 kHz Antenna TV Multimedia">Headphone cord antenna Speaker Approx. 10 mm dia. Power90 mW output Input/Output TV Multimedia">Microphone jack (minijack, stereo) input for plug in power, minimum input level 0.9 mV, 3 kilohms or lower impedance microphone TV Multimedia">Headphone jack (minijack, stereo) output for 8 - 300 ohms headphones USB connector High-Speed USB compatible Playback speed control (DPC) +100% to –50% (MP3) 0% to –50% (WMA) Power requirements One NH-AAA rechargeable battery (supplied): 1.2 V DC One LR03 (size AAA) alkaline battery (not supplied): 1.5 V DC Operating temperature 5 ̊C - 35 ̊C Dimensions (w/h/d) (not incl. projecting parts and controls) (JEITA)*5 34.4 × 99.0 × 13.4 mm Mass (JEITA)*5 Approx. 48 g including NH-AAA rechargeable battery *5 Measured value by the standard of JEITA (Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association) Supplied accessories See page 7. Optional accessories Active TV Multimedia">Speaker SRS-T80 Electret condenser TV Multimedia">Microphone ECM-CS10, ECM-CZ10, ECM-DS70P, ECM-DS30P, ECM-TL1 Audio connecting cable RK-G136, RK-G139 (excluding Europe) Rechargeable battery NH-AAA-B2F USB AC adaptor AC-U50A, AC-U50AD Battery charger BCG- 34HE4
These manuals are available for the above equipment:
|Sony -- ICD-UX71F -- User Manual|
|Manual Type||User Manual|
|Size||5.23 Mbytes (5488524 Bytes)|
|Date||01 January 2008|
|Quality||Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.|
|Upload date||24 December 2016|
|Downloads||1554 since 24 December 2016|
Checking the Contents of the Package ... 7 Index to Parts and Controls ... 8 Getting Started Step 1: Preparing a Power Source ... 13 Inserting the battery ... 13 Disconnecting the IC recorder from your computer ... 14 When charging/replacing the battery ... 15 Step 2: Setting the Clock ... 18 Continued directly from “Step 1: Preparing a Power Source” ... 18 Setting the clock using the menu ... 19 Step 3: Setting the Language to Be Used in the Display Window ... 20 Turning the IC Recorder On or Off ... 22 Turning the power off ... 22 Turning the power on ... 22 Recording/Playing Back Messages Recording Messages ... 23 Selecting the recording mode ... 26 Setting the TV Multimedia">Microphone sensitivity ... 28 Cutting out low frequency – the LCF function . ... 29 Starting to record automatically in response to sound – the VOR function ... 30 Dividing a message into two during recording ... 31 Recording with an external microphone ... 33 Recording sound from a telephone or a cell phone ... 34 Recording from other equipment ... 35 To record using the synchronized recording function ... 35 To record without using the synchronized recording function ... 37 Playing Back Messages ... 39 Selecting the playback mode ... 43 Adjusting the playback speed – the DPC function ... 45 Selecting the sound effect ... 46 Recording with other equipment ... Playing Back a Message at a Desired Time with an Alarm ... 49 Editing Messages Erasing Messages ... 52 Erasing messages one by one ... 52 Erasing all messages in a folder ... 53 Moving a Message to a Different Folder ... 54 Dividing a Message into Two ... 56 Preventing Accidental Operation – the HOLD function ... 58 Utilizing the Menu Function Making Settings for the Menu ... 59 Utilizing Your Computer Using the IC Recorder with Your Computer ... 72 System requirements ... 72 Connecting the IC recorder to your computer ... 73 Disconnecting the IC recorder from your computer ... 74 Transferring Files from Your Computer to the IC Recorder ... 75 Copying a music file from your computer to the IC recorder (drag and drop) ... 75 Construction of folders and files ... 76 Transferring Files from the IC Recorder to Your Computer ... 78 Using the IC Recorder as a USB Mass Storage Device ... 79 Using Voice Recognition Software ... 80 Introducing the voice recognition software ... 80 Creating a user file adapted to your recorded speech (Training) ... 81 Playing Back Music Files ... 82 Enjoying the music files more ... 84 Listening to the FM TV Multimedia">Radio Tuning in an FM TV Multimedia">Radio Station ... 85 Switching the FM TV Multimedia">Radio output between TV Multimedia">Speaker and headphones ... 87 Switching the TV Multimedia">Receiver sensitivity of the FM radio ... 88 Recording FM broadcasts ... 89 Presetting FM TV Multimedia">Radio Stations Automatically ... 90 Switching the scanning sensitivity ... 91 Presetting FM TV Multimedia">Radio Stations Manually ... 92 Listening to a Preset TV Multimedia">Radio Station ... 93 Erasing Preset FM TV Multimedia">Radio Stations ... 95 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting ... 97 Error messages ... 103 System limitations ... 105 Additional Information Using a USB AC Adaptor (not supplied) ... 106 Disconnecting the IC recorder from the AC outlet ... 107 Precautions ... 108 Specifications ... 110 Index ... 11
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