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Note: The Learning Commons has the manual for this item. This is only a summary guide!
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One the back, slide the “hold” the opposite direction of the arrow (toward the H in Hold).
Wait a moment and text will appear on the screen on the front.
On the front, hold down the MENU button (next to picture of folder) until the recorder beeps and the Recording Menu appears.
To scroll up or down, use press the up or down on the main selection tool. To make a selection, press the ENT button in the center.
To go back to the top-level menu without making changes, press ENT without scrolling. (i.e. choose the item already selected.)
REC MODE – set the speed of your recording; below are the max times for this device. These times refer to the storage capacity not the battery life!
MIC SENSITIVITY – set the sensitivity of your mic input
high – for quiet rooms, when you want to pick up every little noise.
low – for locations with lots of background noise or for dictation/verbal notesLCF (Low Cut Frequency) – turn this feature on when you have a lot of steady background noise, like wind or other low frequency soundVOR (Voice Activated Recording) – turn this feature on to pause the recording when there is no one speakingDisplay – allows you to select what will be displayed in the menu window as you record.
To move your recordings, which have been stored on the digital recorder as mp3 files:
To erase all your recordings:
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