User manual SONY BM-575A

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Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.

[. . . ] Make sure that the LOCK switch is set to the opposite direction of the arrow. Record the electronic index signal to provide easy access of transcription. (BM-577 only) Use the FAST PB (fast playback) function to check the dictated material. [. . . ] When connecting the electret condenser microphone with "plug-in power" system, the power of the microphone is supplied from this unit. For telephone recording, connect the TL-4 telephone recording adaptor (not supplied) to the MIC jack. For details, refer to the TL-4 instruction manual. MIC 1 Slide the EJECT lever to open the cassette compartment lid. 3 Set the TAPE SPEED selector to the desired tape speed. Recording time* 60 minutes 120 minutes Set to 2. 4 cm** 1. 2 cm * Using both sides of the MC-60BM Microcassette. ** For optimum sound (recommended for normal use), set to 2. 4 cm. 4 Set the MIC SENS (microphone sensitivity) selector to the desired position. Use for Normal use Set to DICT (dictation) Recording a conference or CONF (conference) telephone conversation 5 Slide up the function lever to DICT (dictation). 6 Speak into the microphone. The DICT/BATT lamp flashes depending on the strength of the sound during recording . The tape moves only when sound is picked up, and stops automatically when sound is no longer detected (The DICT/BATT indicator goes out. ), thus the minimum amount of tape is used. To index the tape contents Set the TAPE COUNTER to 000 by pushing the reset button before dictating. To monitor the recording Connect an earphone to the EAR (earphone) jack. To listen to the just-recorded contents while dictating Slide down the function lever to B. When a beep sounds and the DICT/BATT lamp goes out The tape reaches the end. To erase the entire tape contents Use the BE-9H cassette eraser (not supplied). m Continue to the reverse side. BM-575/577. E. 3-800-079-2X. U/CA Listening to the Dictation VOL Tips for Efficient Dictation Before you start dictation ·Organize your thoughts. (Type of stationery, number of copies and who they are for, envelopes, etc. ) ·Specify distribution. [. . . ] On location ·Do not leave the unit in a location near heat sources, or in a place subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust or mechanical shock. ·Keep personal credit cards using magnetic coding or springwound watches etc. away from the unit to prevent possible damage from the magnet used for the speaker. [. . . ]

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