User manual SONY ICD-AX412

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[. . . ] Applicable accessories: Headphones, USB connection support cable disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potentially negative consequences for the environment and human health which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of the battery. The recycling of the materials will help to conserve natural resources. In case of products that for safety, performance or data integrity reasons require a permanent connection with an incorporated battery, this battery should be replaced by qualified service staff only. To ensure that the battery will be treated properly, hand over the product at end-of-life to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. [. . . ] "ERASING . . . " appears in the display window and the selected message will be erased. GB Editing Messages Moving Message to a Different Folder When " " is displayed for the folder indicator, you cannot move a message (page 50). Note "EXECUTING. . . " is displayed and the message is moved to the last position in the destination folder. When you move a message to another folder, the original message in the previous folder will be deleted. To cancel moving the message Press (stop) before step 4. 1 Select the message you want to move. 2 Press and hold /MENU for more than one second to enter the menu mode. The menu mode window will be displayed. Editing Messages 3 Press the control key toward or ENT. The message to be moved will be played back. to select "MOVE, " and then press 4 Press the control key toward or to select the folder that you want to move the message into, and then press ENT. GB Utilizing the Menu Function 3 Press the control key toward or to select the setting that you want to set, and then press ENT. mode. Making Settings for the Menu 4 Press (stop) to exit the menu Note If you do not press any button for one minute, the menu mode is automatically cancelled and the window will return to the normal display. 4 2, 3 2, 3 1 To return to the previous window Press /MENU during menu mode. 1 Press and hold /MENU for more than one second to enter the menu mode. The menu mode window will be displayed. 2 Press the control key toward or to select the menu item for which you want to make setting, and then press ENT. GB Menu settings Menu items Settings Operation mode ( : the setting can be made/ : the setting cannot be made) Stop mode REC MODE MIC SENS VOR DISPLAY DPC EFFECT EASY SEARCH PLAY MODE BEEP LED BACKLIGHT MOVE ALARM ERASE ALL ERASE A FILE ST, STSP, STLP, SP, LP HIGH (H), LOW (L) ON, OFF ELAPSE, REMAIN, REC DATE, REC TIME n% (n=­50 - +100) POP, ROCK, JAZZ, BASS1, BASS2, OFF ON, OFF 1 FILE, FOLDER, ALL ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF (Folder to be moved) ON, OFF EXECUTE, CANCEL EXECUTE, CANCEL Playback mode Recording mode Utilizing the Menu Function GB Menu items Settings Operation mode ( : the setting can be made/ : the setting cannot be made) Stop mode Playback mode Recording mode DETAIL MENU SELECT INPUT DATE&TIME FORMAT USB CHARGE MIC IN, AUDIO IN __y__m__d__:__ EXECUTE, CANCEL ON, OFF GB Menu items REC MODE Settings (*: Initial setting) Sets the recording mode. ON: Recording starts when the IC recorder detects sound and pauses when no sound is heard, eliminating recording during soundless periods. The VOR function is activated when (record/pause) is pressed. OFF*: The VOR function does not work. MIC SENS Utilizing the Menu Function VOR GB Menu items DISPLAY Settings (*: Initial setting) Changes the display mode. ELAPSE*: Elapsed playback time of one message REMAIN: During playback, the remaining time of the message When stopped and during recording, the available recording time REC DATE: Date recorded REC TIME: Time recorded Sets the DPC (Digital Pitch Control) function. When you set the DPC switch to "ON, " you can adjust the speed of the playback in a range from +100% to ­50%. ­30%* DPC GB Menu items EFFECT Settings (*: Initial setting) POP: Stresses middle ranges, ideal for vocals. The IC recorder is recognized by the computer as soon as the connection is made. While the IC recorder is connected to the computer, "CONNECTING" is displayed in the display window of the IC recorder. Tip If the IC recorder cannot be connected to the USB connector of your computer directly, use the supplied USB connection support cable. USB connection support cable (supplied) Utilizing Your Computer Computer IC recorder To USB connector GB Notes If you connect more than two USB devices to your computer, normal operation will not be guaranteed. Use of this IC recorder with a USB hub or a USB connection support cable other than the supplied cable is not guaranteed. A malfunction may occur depending on the USB devices connected at the same time. Before connecting the IC recorder to the computer, make sure that the battery is inserted in the IC recorder. It is recommended that you disconnect the IC recorder from the computer when you are not using the IC recorder connected to the computer. Using Voice Recognition Software When voice recognition software (not supplied) is installed on your computer, you can transcribe a message into a text file. Introducing the voice recognition software Dragon NaturallySpeaking is a speechrecognition software application that allows you to recognize and transcribe your recorded voice in a message and convert it into a text file. For details on Dragon NaturallySpeaking, refer to the operating instructions supplied with Dragon NaturallySpeaking. For information on using Dragon NaturallySpeaking, refer to the documentation supplied with the software. For the latest version and information on the availability of Dragon NaturallySpeaking in each region, please refer to the following home page: http://www. nuance. com Disconnecting the IC recorder from your computer Follow the procedures below; otherwise, data may be damaged. 1 Make sure that the operation indicator is not flashing. 2 Disconnect the IC recorder from the USB connector of the computer. GB Notes You can use the transcribing feature only when you have installed Dragon NaturallySpeaking Select or Professional Edition (not supplied) on your computer. To install Dragon NaturallySpeaking, your computer should meet the specified system requirements. You can transcribe the following messages saved in your IC recorder or on your computer; ST, STSP, STLP or SP recording mode messages (MP3 files) 44. 1/16/11 kHz 16-bit WAV files saved on your computer You cannot transcribe a message recording the voices of more than one person. Creating a user file adapted to your recorded speech (Training) What is "Training"? Before you can transcribe recorded messages using Dragon NaturallySpeaking, you must create a user file specifically adapted to the sound of your recorded speech. [. . . ] It also takes more time if the temperature of the battery is low, or if the battery is charged while you are transferring data to the IC recorder. Notes Disconnecting the IC recorder from the AC outlet Follow the procedures below; otherwise, data may be damaged. 1 If you are recording or playing back 2 Make sure that the operation indicator is not flashing. a message, press (stop) to put the IC recorder into the stop mode. 3 Disconnect the USB AC adaptor from the AC outlet, and then disconnect the IC recorder from the USB AC adaptor. While " " or " " is being displayed instead of the remaining battery/charging indicator, you cannot charge the battery. Charge the battery in an environment with a temperature of 5 °C - 35 °C. While playing back messages using the builtin speaker, you cannot charge the battery. During recording (the operation indicator lights or flashes in red) or accessing data (the operation indicator flashes in orange), the IC recorder should not be connected to or disconnected from the USB AC adaptor connected to the AC outlet. [. . . ]

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