User manual SONY ICD-ST10VTP
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Manual abstract: user guide SONY ICD-ST10VTP
Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] 3-251-798-11(1)
The model number is located at the rear and the serial number is located inside the battery compartment. Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product. ICD-ST10 Serial No.
© 2003 Sony Corporation
For the customers in the United States
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. [. . . ] · If the last message is long and you wish to start playback at a later part of the message, keep pressing the jog lever up (>) to go to the end of the message and then press the jog lever down (. ) while "END" is flashing to go back to the desired point. · For messages other than the last one, go to the beginning of the next message and play backward to the desired point.
Playing back a message repeatedly -- Repeat Play
During playback, press the jog lever (x·B) for more than one second. " " will be displayed and the selected message will be played back repeatedly. 1 To play back the specified section repeatedly -- A-B Repeat You can specify the start (A) and end (B) points and play back the specified section repeatedly (page 32).
Using the Display Window
Parts in the display window 6 Priority marks (42) 7 Counter /Remaining time indication /Recording date and time indication / Current time indication (26) The display selected with the DISPLAY in the menu appears. 8 Repeat play indicator (21, 32) Appears while a message or a specific portion (A-B) of the message is played back repeatedly. 9 Remaining battery indicator (7) When the AC power adaptor (not supplied) is connected, the indicator does not appear. q; Recording mode indication (53) Displays the current recording mode: ·ST: Stereo Play mode ·SP: Standard Play mode (monaural sound) ·LP: Long Play mode (monaural sound) qa REC (Recording) indicator (11) qs Selected message number / Total message number in the folder (11, 18) Continued
1 Remaining memory indicator (15) 2 Bookmark indicator (31) Appears when the bookmark is set for a message. 5 SENS (microphone sensitivity) indication (52) Displays the current microphone sensitivity: · H (high): To record at a meeting or in a quiet/ spacious place. · M (middle): To record at a meeting or in a quiet/small place. · L (low): To record for dictation or in a noisy place.
Using the Display Window (continued)
xDisplay during recording and playback In an ordinary recording or playback mode, the message number, recording mode and microphone sensitivity of the message being recorded or played back, and playback counter are displayed in the window.
A message is being recorded as the 21st message of all 21 messages in the folder A in ST mode with M (middle) microphone sensitivity.
In a special recording or playback mode such as overwrite recording, AB repeat playback, or DPC play, the mode flashes in the display.
When the DPC switch is set to ON to start playback rapidly
xDisplay during setting the menu In menu setting mode, the menu items and current setting are displayed. You can change the setting while it is flashing.
LP recording mode is being selected.
In alarm or clock setting, the date and time setting display appears.
"May 10, 2003" is being selected.
xRemain indications When the battery or memory runs out, the remain indications flash in the display.
When the remain time becomes shorter than 1 minute
xError messages The error messages or error numbers will be displayed (page 61).
When an access error occurs
When an error number is displayed
Selecting the Display Mode
You can select the display mode for stop, recording and playback modes.
Turn the jog lever toward MENU.
The menu mode will be displayed.
2 3 4
Press the jog lever up or down (>/. ) to select "DISP".
Press the jog lever (x·B).
The display setting window will be displayed.
Press the jog lever up or down (>/. ) to select the display mode.
The display modes changes in the order shown to the right.
N N REC TIME n REC DATE
Press the jog lever (x·B). Turn the jog lever toward MENU.
The menu mode exits and the normal mode is displayed.
1 On current time display If the unit is left unused for more than 3 seconds in the stop mode, the display will turn to the current time display mode as shown to the right, regardless of the display mode setting.
You can select the display mode from the following: xCOUNT (elapse time) Elapsed playback/recording time of one message.
xREM (remaining time) In the playback mode: The remaining time of one message indication.
In the stop and recording mode: The remaining recording time indication.
xREC DATE (recorded date) In the playback and playback pause modes, the date the current message was recorded. (If the clock has not been set, "--Y--M-D" will be displayed. ) x REC TIME (recorded time) In the playback and playback pause modes, the time the current message was recorded. (If the clock has not been set, "--:--" will be displayed. )
Selecting the Display Mode (continued)
Turning off the Display
The unit is not equipped with the power button. The display always appears on the window, which almost will not influence the battery life. To turn off the display, slide the HOLD switch in the direction of the arrow in the stop mode.
"HOLD" will flash for three seconds and then the display turns off in the window. To turn on the display, slide the HOLD switch in the opposite direction.
BVarious Ways of Playback
Adjusting the Playback Speed -- DPC
(Digital Pitch Control)
You can adjust the speed of the playback between twice the normal speed (+100%) and half the normal speed (50%). The message is played back in natural tone thanks to the digital processing function.
Various Ways of Playback
Jog lever (>/. /x·B/MENU) DPC
Playing back a message rapidly or slowly
Slide the DPC switch to ON. "FAST" or "SLOW" flashes for 3 seconds and the message is played back at the speed specified with the menu.
To resume normal playback Slide the DPC switch to OFF.
Adjusting the Playback Speed -- DPC (Digital Pitch Control) (Continued)
Setting the playback speed
You can set the playback speed when the DPC switch is set to ON. The setting for the playback speed holds effective until you change the setting.
Turn the jog lever toward MENU to display the menu mode.
Press the jog lever up or down (>/. ) to select "DPC", then press the jog lever (x·B).
The playback speed setting mode will be displayed. The flashing number represents the playback speed in percentage with the standard speed as "0".
Press the jog lever up or down (>/. ) to set the playback speed.
· Fast play (up to +100% by 10%): Press up (>). · Slow play (down to 50% by 5%): Press down (. ).
Press the job lever (x·B).
The specified playback speed is confirmed.
Press the jog lever toward MENU to exit the menu mode.
The normal display appears.
Adding a Bookmark
You can add a bookmark at a point in a message and use it during playback. [. . . ] The remaining time ·The unit requires a certain amount of memory displayed in the for system operation. That amount is display window is subtracted from the remaining time, which is shorter than that the reason for the difference. ·The battery life on page 7 is based on playback through internal speaker with the medium volume level (using Sony alkaline batteries LR03(SG)). ·Take out the batteries and insert them again (page 6).
The unit does not operate correctly.
Please note that recorded messages may be erased during service or repair work.
Error Messages of the IC Recorder
Error message "ERR ACCESS" "ERR DATA" "FULL" Cause/Remedy ·The IC recorder failed in memory access. [. . . ]
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