DIGITAL VOICE RECORDER

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ONLINE INSTRUCTIONS
Thank you for purchasing an Olympus Digital Voice Recorder. Please read these instructions for information about using the product correctly and safely. Keep the instructions handy for future reference. To ensure successful recordings, we recommend that you test the record function and volume before use.

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Table of Contents
Table of Contents ...................................... 2 Safe and Proper Usage ............................. 4 General Precautions .................................. 4

4 About Playback
Playing ..................................................... 33 Changing the Playback Speed (PLAY SPEED) ................................... 39 Continuous Playback (ALL PLAY) ........... 41 Repeat Playback ..................................... 42 Auto Backspace Review (BACK SPACE) ................................. 44 Skip Interval Setting (SKIP SPACE) ....... 45 Noise Cancel Function ............................ 47 Alarm Playback Function (ALARM) ........ 48

1 Getting Started
Main Features ............................................ 6 Identification of Parts ................................. 9 Inserting Batteries ................................... 11 Power Supply .......................................... 12 Hold.......................................................... 13 Setting Time/Date (TIME&DATE) ............ 14

2 Menu Setting
Menu Setting Method .............................. 16 Menu List ................................................. 18

5 Other functions
Erasing ..................................................... 51 Locking Files (LOCK) .............................. 55 Index Marks ............................................. 56 LCD Contrast Adjustment (CONTRAST) .................................... 58 Backlight (BACKLIGHT) .......................... 59 System Sounds (BEEP) .......................... 60 Assigning Folder Names (FOLDER NAME) .............................. 61 Assigning File Comments (COMMENT) ..................................... 64 Moving Files Across Folders ................... 65 LCD Display Information ......................... 66 Formatting the Recorder (FORMAT) ....... 68

3 About Recording
Recording ................................................ 20 Recording Modes (REC MODE) ............. 22 Using the Variable Control Voice Actuator (VCVA) ...................... 23 Microphone Sensitivity (MIC SENSE) ..... 25 Recording from External Microphone or Other Devices ............................... 26 Timer Recording (TIMER REC) .............. 28 Listening While Audio is Recorded (Recording Monitor) .......................... 32

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6 Preparation Before Using DSS Player
Using DSS Player Software .................... 70 Operating Environment ........................... 71 Installing Software ................................... 72 Uninstalling Software ............................... 75 Using Online Help ................................... 77 Connecting to Your PC ............................ 78 Running DSS Player ............................... 83 Window Names (DSS Player) ................. 85

Joining Files ........................................... 106 Splitting Files .......................................... 108 Menu Setting of this Recorder .............. 110

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9 Setting of the USB Class
Changing the USB Class (USB CLASS) .................................. 111

10 Other Practical Use Methods
Using as External Memory of the Computer .............................. 112

7 Managing Files on Your PC 11 Other Information
Download Voice Files from the Recorder ............................. 86 Play a Voice File ...................................... 88 Upload Voice Files to the Recorder ........ 89 Send Voice Files with E-mail ................... 91 Changing User ID .................................... 91 Changing a Folder Name ........................ 92 Editing File Comments ............................ 92 Editing a Template ................................... 93 USB Microphone/USB Speaker .............. 94 Alarm Message List ............................... 113 Troubleshooting ..................................... 115 Accessories (optional) ........................... 117 Specifications ........................................ 118 Technical Assistance and Support ........ 119

8 DSS Player Expanded Functions
Upgrade Function .................................... 96 Using Voice Recognition Software .......... 98

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Safe and Proper Usage
Before using your new recorder, read this manual carefully to ensure that you know how to operate it safely and correctly. Keep this manual in an easily accessible location for future reference.
• The warning symbols indicate important safety related information. To protect yourself and others from personal injury or damage to property, it is essential that you always read the warnings and information provided.

General Precautions
G Do not leave the recorder in hot, humid locations such as inside a closed automobile under direct sunlight or on the beach in the summer. G Do not store the recorder in places exposed to excessive moisture or dust. G Do not use organic solvents such as alcohol and lacquer thinner to clean the unit. G Do not place the recorder on top of or near electric appliances such as TVs or refrigerators. G Avoid recording or playing back near cellular phones or other wireless equipment, as they may cause interference and noise. If you experience noise, move to another place, or move the recorder further away from such equipment. G Avoid sand or dirt. These can cause irreparable damage. G Avoid strong vibrations or shocks. G Do not disassemble, repair or modify the unit yourself.

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G Do not operate the unit while operating a vehicle (such as a bicycle, motorcycle, or go-cart). G Keep the unit out of the reach of children.
<Warning regarding data loss> Recorded content in memory may be destroyed or erased by operating mistakes, unit malfunction, or during repair work. It is recommended to back up and save important content to other media such as a computer hard disk.

Batteries
Warning
• Batteries should never be exposed to flame, heated, short-circuited or disassembled. • Do not attempt to recharge alkaline, lithium or any other non-rechargeable batteries. • Never use any battery with a torn or cracked outer cover. • Keep batteries out of the reach of children. • If you notice anything unusual when using this product such as abnormal noise, heat, smoke, or a burning odor: 1 remove the batteries immediately while being careful not to burn yourself, and; 2 call your dealer or local Olympus representative for service.

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Getting Started

1 Main Features
Main Features

This product is equipped with the following features. G Connect the cradle and the USB connection cable to this recorder, and high speed data transfer to a computer can be performed. (

78) G This recorder can also be utilized as external memory of a computer. P. (.

which are HQ (high quality sound recording). can be saved. and utilized to carry data. P. G By using the built-in stereo microphone. text data. etc. which are Stereo HQ (stereo high quality sound recording) and Stereo SP (stereo standard recording) and 3 types of monaural recording modes. pictures.*1 (. SP (standard recording).112) • By connecting the computer with the USB. 2 types of stereo recording modes. and LP (long-term recording) can be selected.

(.22) Recording time STEREO HQ mode : 1 hours 5 minutes STEREO SP mode : 2 hours 10 minutes HQ mode : SP mode : LP mode : 4 hours 20 minutes 10 hours 25 minutes 22 hours 20 minutes G It has a large backlight full-dot display (LCD display screen). P.

*1 • Available recording time for one continuous file. (The displayed available recording time and recorded time are approximate indications. (. G The recorder stores highly compressed DSS and WMA format voice messages in internal flash memory. P.60) • The screen displays information about recorded voice files and easily understood operational messages. Available recording time may be shorter if many short recordings are made.) G You may assign your own names to folders.

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for the maximum of 995 recordings.1 Main Features G The five folders can hold 199 files each. (.

(. P.20) G It has a built-in Variable Control Voice Actuator (VCVA) function.

P. (. which can record at a set time.23) G A timer recording function is built-in.

*2 (. P.28) G You can input file comments.

64) • You can add comments of up to 100 characters to each recorded file. (. G Fast forward and rewind are possible at a set interval. • This recorder has 10 pre-set comment templates. P.

45) G Comes with DSS Player software. P. (.

and edit the files. P. (. you can use it as a USB microphone or USB speaker.70) • If you transfer voice files recorded with the recorder to a PC. organize. • If you connect the recorder to a computer. you can easily play back.

94) G The “DSS Player” can be upgraded to a “DSS Player Plus”. P. (. which is equipped with a enhanced functionality (Option).

*3 (. the recorded voice file can be converted to characters automatically.96) • If a commercial voice recognition software is utilized. P.

joining and splitting of the files and configuring the menu settings of this recorder. P.106) • In addition to the “DSS Player” functions.*2 (. can be performed. G The recorder has a Noise Cancel Function. etc.

(. G Recorded files may be moved from one folder to another.47) • Ruwisch & Kollegen GmbH Noise Suppression Technology reduces noise in files and enables clear sound playback. P.

65) G You can insert or delete index marks. *2 (. P.

Plus The “DSS Player” can be upgraded to “DSS Player Plus”.56) • If you insert index marks during recording or playback. P. which is equipped with enhanced functionality (paid option). (. you will later be able to quickly find the recording you want to hear.

(.96) G The playback speed can be controlled as preferred.P.

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stereo SP. Other product and brand names mentioned herein may be the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. Microsoft. since the software may have difficulty in recognizing the voice. ScanSoft and Dragon NaturallySpeaking are the trademarkes or registerd trademarks of ScanSoft. Mac. Apple. — Meetings. and that the person whose voice is registered in the speech recognition software speak with the constant tone of voice when recording. and PowerMac are trademarks or registered trademarks of Apple Computer. iMac. Inc 8 . PC/AT. discussions where voices of more than one person can be recorded — Conferences. and WMA format in stereo HQ and stereo SP and HQ mode recording. these functions are only available for files recorded with this recorder or the IC recorders from Olympus. Macintosh. The voice file recorded under the following conditions is not suitable for character conversion. Windows and Windows Media are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. and ViaVoice are the trademarks or registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation. *2: For WMA files. Intel and Pentium are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation. *3: In a quiet environment. Inc. CORT OLOGIC is a registered trademark of Ruwisch & Kollegen GmbH. HQ mode or SP mode. lectures where the surrounding noise can be recorded IBM.Main Features 1 Main Features *1: DSS format in SP and LP mode recording. it is necessary to set this recorder to stereo HQ.

Identification of Parts 1 % $ 2 3 4 # @ ! 0 9 5 6 1 Identification of Parts 2 ^ & * ( 7 8 ) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 ! MIC (Microphone) jack Built-in stereo microphone INDEX/2 button DISPLAY/MENU/SET button FOLDER/REPEAT/3 button ERASE button VOL (+) button VOL (–) button FF (Fast Forward) button PLAY button REW (Rewind) button @ STOP button # REC (Record) button $ Display (LCD panel) % Record/Play indicator lamp ^ Built-in speaker & HOLD switch * EAR (Earphone) jack ( Strap Hole ) Battery cover .Cradle attachment point/PC (USB) terminal 9 .

Identification of Parts 1 Identification of Parts Display (LCD Panel) 5 6 1 2 3 4 7 8 9 0 ! @ 1 Battery indicator 2 VCVA (Variable Control Voice Actuator) indicator 3 Timer recording display 4 Alarm indicator 5 Microphone sensitivity display 6 Stereo display 7 Record mode indicator 8 Current file number 9 Total number of recorded files in the folder 0 Erase lock indicator ! Repeat play indicator @ Character Information display 10 .

Close the battery cover completely. Insert two AAA alkaline batteries.Inserting Batteries 1 2 3 1 2 3 Lightly press down on the arrow and slide the battery cover open. 1 Inserting Batteries Replacing batteries The battery indicator on the display changes as the batteries lose power. When the batteries are too weak. AAA alkaline batteries are recommended. the recorder shuts down and “BATTERY LOW” appears on the display. replace the batteries as soon as possible. ➜ ➜ ➜ When appears on the display. An optional Ni-MH Rechargeable Battery from Olympus can be used for the recorder (. observing the correct polarity.

......... you may have to reset the time when you load fresh batteries (............. you will lose your currently recorded file because the file header will not be able to close...............117)..... P.. If you are recording into a file and the batteries run out.................. • Never mix old and new batteries...................... • Be sure to replace both batteries at the same time......... Notes • Be sure to stop the recorder before replacing the batteries......................... • If it takes longer than 1 minute to replace dead batteries.. It is crucial to change the batteries once you see only one Hash mark in the battery icon..... ........ Unloading the batteries while the recorder is in use may corrupt the file.................... or batteries of different types and/or brands.......

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setting it to HOLD turns off the recorder. the existing data. Turning Off the Power Move the HOLD switch to the HOLD position while the recorder is not in operation. Even if the power is turned off. settings of each mode. and clock setting will be maintained. flashing for 2 seconds. Turning On the Power Release the HOLD switch of the recorder.Power Supply 1 Power Supply When the recorder is not used. 12 . the display will turn off. To turn the power on. After “HOLD” is displayed. suppressing the consumption of the battery to a minimum. cancel the hold switch.

Hold
Setting the HOLD switch to the HOLD position.
If you set the recorder to HOLD status by sliding the HOLD switch in the direction of the arrow, the current conditions will be preserved, and all buttons and switches except the HOLD switch will be disabled. This feature is useful when the recorder has to be carried in a bag or pocket.

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Hold

Remember to reset the HOLD switch when using the recorder.

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• The display will flash if the switch is moved to hold in the stop status. At this time, if any button is pressed the clock display will flash for about 2 seconds, but will not operate. • If the switch is moved to hold during playback (or recording), the playback (recording) status will stay and cannot be operated. (When playback has ended and the recording has ended due the remaining memory being used up, it will be in the stop state.) • The alarm will sound at the scheduled time even if the recorder is set to hold. The recorder begins to play the file associated with the alarm when you press any button. • Recording will start when the set time of the timer recording comes even while in hold.

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Setting Time/Date (TIME&DATE)

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Setting Time/Date (TIME&DATE)

If you have set the time and date, information as to when an audio file is recorded is stored automatically with that file. The time and date should be set to ease file management tasks. Also, it is required when performing timer recording (

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M. P. Example: 5:45 P. or after the recorder hasn’t been used for a long time.) 2 STOP button (Exits the menu) Set the minute. 2 Press the MENU/SET button to accept the hour. 5:45 PM ← 17:45 → (Initial setting) 2 button (Alters a choice) 3 button (Alters a choice) PLAY button (Switching the data displayed. 1 Press the 3 button or 2 button to set the minute. 3 Set the year. 2 Press the MENU/SET button to accept the year. 1 Press the 3 button or 2 button to set the year. 1 Press the 3 button or 2 button to set the hour. Proceed from step 1. • You can choose between 12 and 24 hour display by pressing the PLAY button while setting the hour and minute. 1 MENU/SET button (Accepts a choice and moves on to the next item) Set the hour. • You can choose the order of the year. The hour indicator will flash automatically when you load batteries before using the recorder for the first time. 2 Press the MENU/SET button to accept the minute. month.48). day by pressing the PLAY button while setting them. 14 .

. 2 Press the MENU/SET button to accept the date.... the recorder will save the items that were set to that point. 2005 1M 14D 2005Y (Initial setting) ↓ 14D 1M 2005Y ↓ 2005Y 1M 14D 6 Press the STOP button to close the menu..... 4 5 Set the month... Set the time according to the time signal and press the MENU/SET button... the recorder’s clock will start to move. and select the “TIME&DATE”.... 1 Press the 3 button or 2 button to set the date... Changing the Time/Date 1 2 1 Press the 3 or 2 button in the sub menu screen.. See ...... ............ Set the date.. 1 Press the 3 button or 2 button to set the month................. 1 Setting Time/Date (TIME&DATE) When the date is confirmed....... Note If you press the STOP button during the setup operation.. 2 Press the MENU/SET button to accept the month............Example: January 14...

Time/Date screen appears. 2 Press the MENU/SET button. indicating the start of the Time/Date setup process. Follow the same steps starting at step 1 in “Setting Time/Date” (.17 and 19 regarding the sub menu. The hour indicator flashes. P.

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2 Menu Setting Menu Setting Method 2 Menu Setting Method Each item of the menu list (.

Press the MENU/SET button to complete the setup screen.4 1 2 3 4 5 6 Press and hold the MENU/SET button for 1 second or longer. Moves to the setting of the selected item. P. 19) can be set by the following method.3. When ◊SUB MENU is selected.18. Press the 3 or 2 button to move to the item to be set. Press the STOP button to close the main menu. 16 . move to the item of the sub menu.5 6 2. Press the 3 or 2 button to change the setting. Press the MENU/SET button. Main Menu Setting 1. The main menu opens.

Sub Menu Setting

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Press and hold the MENU/SET button for 1 second or longer.
The main menu opens.

Press the 3 or 2 button on the setting screen of the main menu, and select the “◊SUB MENU”.

Press the MENU/SET button.
The sub menu opens.

Press the 3 or 2 button to move to the item to be set. Press the MENU/SET button.
Moves to the setting of the selected item. When NMAIN MENU is selected, move to the item of the main menu.

Press the 3 or 2 button to change the setting. Press the MENU/SET button to complete the setup screen. Press the STOP button to close the sub menu.

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Menu List
Main Menu
Press and hold the MENU/SET button for 1secomd or longer.

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Playback Speed Setting Screen
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Press and hold the MENU/SET button for 1 second or longer. Press the 3 or 2 button. Switches to the sub menu.

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Press the MENU/SET button. Initial setting

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• If you press the STOP button or the REC button, during a menu setup operation, the recorder will stop and apply the items that were set to that point. The set contents of the timer recording will be set, and goes to OFF. • The recorder will stop if you leave it idle for 3 minutes during a menu setup operation, when a selected item is not applied.

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Sub Menu
Switches to the main menu.
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Time/Date setting. In order of hour, minute, year, month and day.
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LCD contrast adjustment
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Folder naming.
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Assigning file comments.
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Press the 3 or 2 button.
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Press the MENU/SET button. Initial setting

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• If you press the STOP button or the REC button, during a sub menu setup operation, the recorder will stop and apply the items that were set to that point. • The recorder will stop if you leave it idle for 3 minutes during a sub menu setup operation, when a selected item is not applied.

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while Folder B might be dedicated to holding business information. D and E. B. and each message recorded in a folder is saved as a Digital Speech Standard (DSS) file or a Windows Media Audio (WMA) file. Up to 199 messages can be recorded per folder (. Folder A might be used to store private information. A. These five folders can be selectively used to distinguish the kind of recording. C. for example.3 About Recording Recording The recorder provides five folders.

The folder name is displayed. The record/play indicator lamp glows red.61). a Total number of recorded files in the folder b Current file number c Current folder Press the REC button to start recording. only when set to stereo HQ and stereo SP mode. The display changes depending on the recording mode (. Built-in stereo microphone 3 Recording 1 2 1 Press the FOLDER button to choose a folder. P. Stereo recording is possible. Turn the built-in stereo microphone in the direction to be recorded.

22). d Current recording mode e Recording time f Remaining recording time 2 3 Display in the stereo recording mode Display in the monaural recording 3 20 Press the STOP button to stop recording. P. .

Delete any unnecessary files before recording any further (. start speaking after you see the red record/play indicator lamp on. • “MEMORY FULL” or “FOLDER FULL” will be displayed when the memory or folder capacity is full. 30 seconds. and 10 seconds while recording.Notes • To ensure recording from the beginning. • A beep will sound when remaining recording time reaches 60 seconds.

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• DSS format in SP and LP mode recording. ➥ “REC PAUSE” will flash on the display. 3 Recording Resume Recording Press the REC button again. • The recorder will time out after 2 hours when left in “REC PAUSE”.86). ➥ Recording will resume at the point of interruption. Recording functions Pause Press the REC button while recording. and WMA format in stereo HQ and stereo SP and HQ mode recording. 21 . P. • While recording. pressing the PLAY button stops recording and plays back the current file.

2. HQ (high quality sound recording).4 5 3 Press and hold the MENU/SET button for 1 second or longer. 3 Recording Modes (REC MODE) 1 1. SP (standard recording). “REC MODE” will be displayed on the screen (. and LP (long-term recording).Recording Modes (REC MODE) The recording mode can be chosen from Stereo HQ (stereo high quality sound recording) and Stereo SP (stereo standard recording).

................ Press the MENU/SET button to complete the setup screen.... 2 3 4 5 Press the MENU/SET button..................18)... The recording mode setup process begins................... set other than LP mode to record.16.... Press the STOP button to close the main menu................ P........... “STEREO SP”. “HQ”....................... 22 ......................... Press the 3 or 2 button to choose from “STEREO HQ”.. ............... “SP” and “LP”.. Note When a meeting and lecture is to be recorded clearly..

This helps make the playback. and stops when the volume drops below the threshold level. The main menu opens (. The VCVA feature extend recording time and conserve memory by turning off recording during silent periods.Using the Variable Control Voice Actuator (VCVA) When the microphone senses that sounds have reached a preset threshold volume level.5 6 1 2. more efficient and convenient. the built-in Variable Control Voice Actuator (VCVA) starts recording automatically. with no lulls or dead space. 1.3.4 2 3 4 5 6 Press and hold the MENU/SET button for 1 second or longer.

a VCVA indication will be displayed on the screen. 3 Using the Variable Control Voice Actuator (VCVA) Press the 3 or 2 button to choose “VCVA”. Press the STOP button to close the main menu. P. OFF: Will resume recording in normal mode. 23 . Press the 3 or 2 button to choose between “ON” and “OFF”. Press the MENU/SET button.16. Press the MENU/SET button to complete the setup screen. ON: Will start recording in VCVA mode. The VCVA setup process begins. When “ON” is selected.18).

.... At the highest value........... recording automatically stops after 1 sec approximately...... the more sensitive the recorder to sounds.....Using the Variable Control Voice Actuator (VCVA) 7 3 Using the Variable Control Voice Actuator (VCVA) Press the REC button to start recording........... 7 Adjust the start/stop actuation level Press the FF or REW button to adjust the pause sound level during recording............ Notes • The start/stop actuation level also varies depending on the selected microphone sensitivity mode (........ The VCVA pause sound level can be adjusted according to the ambient (background) noise............... The higher the value.............. even the faintest sound will activate recording. When the sound volume is lower than the preset threshold sound level................... a Level meter (varies according to the sound volume being recorded) b Start level (moves to the right/left according to the set level) .................. and “STANDBY” flashes on the display...... The VCVA level can be set to any of 15 different values............ The record/play indicator lamp glows when recording starts and flashes when recording pauses...................

25). prior testing and adjustment of the start/stop actuation level is recommended. • To ensure successful recordings. 24 . the display will return to the previous. P. the starting sensitivity of the VCVA can be adjusted according to the recording situation. • If the surrounding noise is loud. • If the starting level is not adjusted within 5 seconds.

5 6 1 2.3.4 2 3 4 5 6 Press and hold the MENU/SET button for 1 second or longer. The main menu opens (. 1.Microphone Sensitivity (MIC SENSE) Microphone sensitivity is adjustable to meet recording needs.

set to dictation mode and move the built-in stereo microphone close to the speaker’s mouth (5 to 10 cm) and record........ Note When the speakers voice is to be recorded clearly......... The microphone sensitivity setup process begins................ 3 Microphone Sensitivity (MIC SENSE) Press the MENU/SET button.........................18)............... Press the MENU/SET button to complete the setup screen...................... ..... Press the STOP button to close the main menu...... P........... DICTATION: Low-sensitivity mode suited for dictation.16........ Press the 3 or 2 button to choose “MIC SENSE”........................... Press the 3 or 2 button to choose between “CONFERENCE” and “DICTATION”..... CONFERENCE: High-sensitivity mode that records sounds in all directions. 25 ...

Connect as follows by the device to be used. the built-in microphone will not operate. ME EAR VOLUME EAR 26 . To audio output terminal of other devices To MIC (microphone) jack Recording the sound of other devices with this recorder The sound can be recorded when connecting to the audio output terminal (stereo mini plug) of the other device. Furthermore. Stereo recording is possible only when set at Stereo HQ and Stereo SP mode. G Stereo microphone: ME51S (optional) The high fidelity of the stereo recording. Applicable external microphones G Noise-Cancellation monaural microphone: ME12 (optional) (Dictation microphone) This microphone is used to record your own voice while minimizing surrounding noise and suits for voice recognition.Recording from External Microphone or Other Devices The external microphone and other devices can be connected and the sound can be recorded. 3 Recording from External Microphone or Other Devices Recording with External Microphone Connect the external microphone to the microphone jack of the recorder. and the microphone jack of the recorder with the connecting cord (optional KA333) for dubbing. which only stereo can perform. When the external microphone is connected to the microphone jack of the recorder. clear sound quality with less noise is obtained with the WMA format.

............... When you connect the recorder to an external device. • Please do not insert/remove the cord to/from the jack of this recorder while recording............... which receives the power supply from this recorder..................... 27 .............. • A microphone with plug-in power...... • When the external stereo microphone is inserted while set in HQ............ execute a test recording and adjust the output level of the external device. the sound will be recorded only in the L Channel...... it enables recording only with the L Channel microphone... Notes • The input level cannot be adjusted on this recorder.......To audio input terminal of other devices Recording the sound of this recorder with other devices The sound of this recorder can be recorded to other devices when connected to the audio input terminal (stereo mini plug) of other devices and the earphone jack of this recorder.. and LP modes. SP..... can be used..................... with the connecting cord (optional KA333) for dubbing...... 3 Recording from External Microphone or Other Devices To EAR (earphone) jack ......... • When the monaural microphone is inserted into the microphone jack in Stereo HQ and Stereo SP mode...................

4 3.Timer Recording (TIMER REC) Timer recording is the function to execute a recording at a set time.5 1 1 2 3 4 5 Press the FOLDER button to select the folder in which the recording will be saved. 3 Timer Recording (TIMER REC) 2. The main menu opens (. Press and hold the MENU/SET button for 1 second or longer.

P.16. Press the MENU/SET button. Press the MENU/SET button to choose “OFF”. 28 . The timer recording setup process begins. Press the 3 or 2 button to choose “TIMER REC”. the timer recording will be canceled and the screen returns to the main menu.18). Press the 3 or 2 button to choose “ON”.

29 . 3 Press the 3 button or 2 button to set the minute. 1 Press the 3 button or 2 button to set the hour. Start time setting. 2 Press the MENU/SET button to accept the hour. 3 Timer Recording (TIMER REC) 8 Setting end time. 2 Press the MENU/SET button to accept the hour. 1 Press the 3 button or 2 button to set the hour. 4 Press the MENU/SET button to apply the current minute setting and move to the recording mode.6 6 7 Press the MENU/SET button. Start time setting will begin. 3 Press the 3 button or 2 button to set the minute. 4 Press the MENU/SET button to apply the minute setting and it will move to the end time setting.

The duration. Press the MENU/SET button to complete the setup screen. ONE TIME: Records only once at the specified time. 1 Press the 3 button or 2 button to set the recording mode. Press the 3 or 2 button to choose “YES” or “NO”. When accepting the recording mode. NO: Returns to Procedure 5 (“ON” flashes on the display). then the recording will end. and timer display. 30 . 11 10 10 11 Press the 3 or 2 button to choose between “ONE TIME” and “EVERY DAY”.Timer Recording (TIMER REC) 9 3 Timer Recording (TIMER REC) Recording mode setting. will be displayed in ( ) for 5 seconds. YES: If the setting is continued. 2 Press the MENU/SET button to accept the recording mode. the remaining memory will be used up while recording in timer. if the remaining memory is insufficient for the reserved time. setting time. EVERY DAY: Records every day at the specified time. CONTINUE?” will be displayed. “MEMORY FULL.

• Timer recording will start even the recorder is put to HOLD............... the recording will not be executed.... Notes • If the recorder is in use at the preset start time........12 12 Press the STOP button to close the main menu. • Recording will start even though the alarm playback is set at the time the timer recording was set....... 3 Timer Recording (TIMER REC) 31 .... • If start and end time of timer recording are set at the same time............................ the timer recording will start directly after stopping the recorder..... ................. Check the battery power before starting the timer recording............... • If the batteries run out while recording based on the timer setting.. the recorder will stop recording.

If the earphone is connected. you can hear the sound being recorded........ • When using the earphones...... you can hear the sound being recorded through the earphone..... 3 Listening While Audio is Recorded (Recording Monitor) Connect the earphone to the EAR jack on the recorder..... 32 .... The sound volume on the recording monitor can be adjusted by pressing the VOL (+) or VOL (–) button.. Listening at very high volume may lead to hearing loss...Listening While Audio is Recorded (Recording Monitor) If you start recording after inserting the earphone into the EAR jack on the recorder.... After recording is started........ Notes • Recording level cannot be controlled using the volume button.................... no sound will come from the speaker.. ................. do NOT set the volume too high...............................

4 Playing Press the PLAY button to start playback. You can choose between 0 to 30. a Current playback time b Total recording time of the file being played Press the VOL (+) or VOL (–) button to select the proper sound volume. 33 . The record/play indicator lamp glows green. The display shows the volume level. the recorder continuously skips to the beginnings of files. Press the FF or REW button to choose the file that you want to play.4 About Playback Playing 3 2 5 1 4 1 2 3 4 5 Press the FOLDER button to choose folder. Resume playback by pressing PLAY button again. Press the STOP button at any point you want to stop the playback. If you keep pressing the FF or REW button in stop mode.

................ And the file playback and stopping changes the end position and memorize the stop position as new end position... PC connection.......... When it returns to the stop position with the FF or the REW button............. changing folders........... the stop position is memorized automatically................................... 34 .... “PREVIOUS STOP POINT” will be displayed in the display..... End Position File A Head Position File B Head Position File C Head Position 4 Playing L Cuing is possible File A L L File B L Cuing is possible File C Cuing Cuing is is possible possible ...... Even when it moves to other files with the FF or REW button..Playing Save Function of the Playback End Position When the STOP button is pressed during playback and it stops in the middle of the file.. if recording.................. file deletion and battery removal are executed... playback can be resumed from the place which was interrupted previously and returns to the memorized stop position easily with the FF or REW button...... Note The playback ending position will be canceled...........................

Playback functions Fast Playback Slow Playback Cue (CUE) Operation Press the PLAY button once while playing a file.5 to 2 times (.*1 ➥ The recorder plays at a set speed. The playback speed can be set from 0.

➥ The file being played is cued and playback starts at the original speed. and rewind*6 * 7 playback starts at the original speed. Release the FF button. of a file*4 ➥ The next file is cued and playback starts at the original speed.*5 Press the REW button during playback.* 5 Press the REW button 2 times during playback. fast playback.*3 Skipping to Press the FF button during playback. fast playback. Continue pressing the REW button to proceed with the review from the end of the previous file.*2 ➥ The recorder stops when it reaches the beginning of the file. Continue pressing the FF button to proceed with the cue from the beginning of the next file. or slow playback. ➥ Replays at the original speed. P.39). for fast playback or slow playback. ➥ Replays at the original speed. fast playback. ➥ The previous file is cued. forward*6 ➥ The file during playback fast forwards for the set time. How to Cancel Press the PLAY button.*8 within a set time Press the REW button during playback. ➥ Playback returns to normal rate.*3 Review Hold the REW button while playing a file.* 5 Press the FF button during playback.*8 *9 4 Playing 35 . and playback starts at the original speed. ➥ The file during playback rewinds for the set time.*2 ➥ The recorder stops when it reaches the end of the file. or slow beginning playback. Release the REW button. or slow Fast playback. or slow playback. fast playback. and playback starts at the original speed. Hold the FF button while playing a file.

Playing The above-mentioned playback *1 during fast/slow playback as wellfunctions and the insertion of index mark (.

When pressing the FF or REW button continuously while stopped.P.56) are also enabled as normal playback. the cue of *2 previous file end position(.

it will stop temporarily in the position of the index mark.34) will be executed continuously (skip/reversethe file start position and skip). P. 4 Playing *3 When the index mark is shown in the middle of a file. *4 When the skip interval is set to file skip in the menu setting (.

playback starts at the position of the index mark. *5 When the index mark is shown in the middle of a file. *7 When playback was set to “OFF” previously in the menu setting (.45) . It is set to file skip in the initial setting. P. *6 When the skip interval is set at other than file skip in the menu setting.

................ *8 When the index mark is shown before the set time the playback will start in the position of the index mark..... If both of the skip interval and the previous *9 overrides the time setting for skip interval......................... playback are set....................................44)...................... Notes • When the noise cancel function (........... the time setting for previous playback .................. P.....................

the FF button is disabled and will not skip to the cue of the file start position or the index mark position. 36 . P.47) is set to “LOW” or “HIGH”. • When the previous playback is set. the playback speed cannot be set.

• Press the FF button (skip) • Press the FF button continuously (CUE) • Playback last file Operating the FF or REW button while “END” is displayed and flashing. Operation Press the REW button continuously.Last File End When the following operation is executed and it reaches to the end of the last file during playback. the following operation can be executed. “END” will be displayed and flashing for 5 seconds in the display. ➥ Continuously rewind (REVIEW) from the last file end (.

and it will stop if the REW button is released. 37 . and stops. press the REW button when the previous playback is set to OFF. P. Press the FF button continuously. ➥ The playback will start in reverse skip. Set other than file skip in the skip interval or. ➥ Skips to the starting position of the head file. Press the FF button. ➥ The nearest of the set time interval or index mark.35). 4 Playing Note After “END” is displayed for 5 seconds and flashing. either at the nearest last file start position or the index mark. Set the file skip in the skip interval or. press the REW button when the previous playback is set to ON. ➥ It skips continuously from the starting position of the head file. it returns to the start position of the last file and stop. or only the return time of the previous playback. will start the playback in reverse skip.

the recorder speaker will be switched-off. • When you listen with the earphone during playback. 38 . When the earphone is used. It may cause hearing impairment and decrease in hearing ability. do not raise the volume too much.Playing Playback through earphone 4 Playing An earphone can be connected to the EAR jack of the recorder for listening. insert the earphone after turn down the volume level. Notes • To avoid irritation to the ear.

... The current playback speed to be changed will be flashing for 5 seconds.......125 times...Changing the Playback Speed (PLAY SPEED) The playback speed of the file can be changed from within 0....3 2 Press the PLAY button during playback.............. 3 Press the PLAY button to return to normal playback. the playback speed will be displayed and flashing.......5 to 2 times speed................. Either during playback or through the menu....... You have 2 options how to set the playback speed.. 4 Changing the Playback Speed (PLAY SPEED) 2 Press the FF or REW button while the flashing playback speed is displayed.... After that................. the fast playback/slow playback will be the set playback speed........ Notes • When the noise cancel function (.. Also. to change the playback speed...... ............ 5 seconds after the setting......................... Playback speed can be changed by units within 0......5 to 2 times speed for every 0... Changing during playback 1 1............ the playback speed in the menu setting will be changed after the setting.......

39 . it will be played back in monaural even though the file was recorded in Stereo HQ or Stereo SP mode. • During fast playback/slow playback. the playback speed cannot be set. P.47) is set to “LOW” or “HIGH”.

Changing the Playback Speed (PLAY SPEED) Changing from the menu 4 Changing the Playback Speed (PLAY SPEED) 1. The main menu opens (.5 6 1 2.4 2 3 4 5 6 Press and hold the MENU/SET button for 1 second or longer.3.

16. P.18). Playback speed can be changed by units within 0. Press the STOP button to close the main menu. After that.125 times. Press the 3 or 2 button to choose “PLAY SPEED”.5 to 2 times speed for every 0. Press the 3 or 2 button to set the playback speed. the fast playback/slow playback will be the set playback speed. Press the MENU/SET button to complete the setup screen. The playback speed setup process begins. Press the MENU/SET button. 40 .

4 1 2 3 4 5 6 Press and hold the MENU/SET button for 1 second or longer. The main menu opens (.Continuous Playback (ALL PLAY) This function allows you to listen to all your recordings of one folder in one go without any stop between the files.5 6 2.3. 1.

....................18)................. 41 .... Press the MENU/SET button to complete the setup screen.............................. P....... Press the STOP button to close the main menu...... Press the 3 or 2 button to choose “ALL PLAY”........... 4 Continuous Playback (ALL PLAY) Press the MENU/SET button.16.... “END” appears on the screen and playback stops automatically.... The continuous playback setup process begins.................... .............. OFF: Returns to playback with stop between single files..... ON: Continuous playback.. Note After playback of last file in the folder............... Press the 3 or 2 button to choose between “ON” and “OFF”..

If the continuous playback function is used together. changing the playback speed (. 1 4 Choose the file for Repeat Playback. and press the PLAY button. File playback begins. Even while “REPEAT END?” is flashing. 1 2 2 Press the REPEAT button briefly at the point you want to start Repeat Playback. “REPEAT END?” flashes until you designate the end point. two or more files can be repeatedly replayed as long as they are in the same folder.Repeat Playback This function enables repeated playback of part of the file being played.

rewind and cue (. P. fast forward.39).

35) can be executed the same as during normal playback.P. then repeat playback will start. which will become the end position. Repeat Playback 42 . and it can be advanced quickly to the end position. when it reaches to the end of the file. Also.

If continuous playback is set to ON (.3 3 Press the REPEAT button briefly again at the position you want Repeat Playback to end. The recorder repeatedly plays back the section between the start and the end positions until you cancel Repeat Playback.

........ • Pressing the STOP button will cancel the continuous playback function and stop the playback............................. The playback speed..... ........... the Moving Files screen appears (...41)..... briefly press the REPEAT button.................. the end position can be set to the extent of the last file in the folder... and noise cancellation can be set during continuous playback as well as normal playback........... Note To use this function....... 4 Repeat Playback 4 Cancel the continuous playback function........... P............. • Pressing the REPEAT button briefly will return to the normal playback.... If you hold it 1 second or longer....... index mark insertion/removal..........................

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5 7 6 2.4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Press and hold the MENU/SET button for 1 second or longer. so you will listen to the last phrase repeatedly.3. The main menu opens (.Auto Backspace Review (BACK SPACE) To ease the reviewing of a voice file you can set an auto backspace for either 1 or 2 seconds. 4 Auto Backspace Review (BACK SPACE) 1.

........... Reverse skip is executed for only the set time (1 or 2 seconds).......... Press the MENU/SET button........ 2 SEC SKIP: Start playback from 2 second before. Playback starts at the set point of seconds before.. Press the MENU/SET button to complete the setup screen. Press the 3 or 2 button to choose from “OFF”. P.. “1 SEC SKIP” and “2 SEC SKIP”... Press the STOP button to close the main menu....................... 1 SEC SKIP: Start playback from 1 second before.. The auto backspace review setup process begins....... Press the REW button while the file is being replayed.....18)....... Press the 3 or 2 button to choose “BACK SPACE”.............. it does not reverse skip to the cue or the index mark position.................. Note 44 If “1 SEC SKIP” or “2 SEC SKIP” is set at the previous playback.. and even though the fast forward button is pressed.................... OFF: Continuous playback.......... .........16........... .

Skip Interval Setting (SKIP SPACE) This function allows you to define a certain time interval for skipping within a file while playback. 1.3 2. The main menu opens (.4 1 2 3 4 Press and hold the MENU/SET button for 1 second or longer.

45 . Press the 3 or 2 button to choose “SKIP SPACE”. 10SEC. P.18). Press the 3 or 2 button to set the skip interval. 1MIN. 5MIN.16. The skip interval setup process begins. 4 Skip Interval Setting (SKIP SPACE) Press the MENU/SET button. FILE SKIP: Skips from file to file. 10MIN: Skips with the set time interval and playback will start. 30SEC.

........................... Skip or reverse skip is executed for the set time and playback will start............... Press the FF or REW button while the file is being replayed............ 46 ............... the previous playback setting will have priority for the reverse skip when the REW button is pressed...... Note If both skip interval and auto backspace review are set........ Press the STOP button to close the main menu...Skip Interval Setting (SKIP SPACE) 6 4 Skip Interval Setting (SKIP SPACE) 5 7 5 6 7 Press the MENU/SET button to complete the setup screen.. ...................................................................

..... “OFF” “LOW” “HIGH”...... Displays currently set Noise Cancel level........... the level setting is displayed for 5 seconds when a file is played back............... To change the Noise Cancel level setting.. 1 1...........................Noise Cancel Function If recorded audio is difficult to understand because of noisy surroundings.. • Noise cancel cannot be used during fast playback/slow playback (......... press the MENU/SET button while the level setting is displayed....... Noise will be reduced in the file when its played back for better sound quality. Notes • If you set it to “LOW” or “HIGH”.................. 2 Press the MENU/SET button again to choose a noise cancel level.......................... • If you set Noise Cancel to “LOW” or “HIGH”...2 Press and hold the MENU/SET button for 1 second or longer while the file is playing.. The levels switch in the following rotation....... adjust the Noise Cancel setting level.. the display flashes the Noise Cancel level for about 5 seconds when a file is played back. the setting remains valid until it’s set to “OFF”...... . 4 Noise Cancel Function If the Noise Cancel level is set to “LOW” or “HIGH”...............

47 .35). P. it will be played back in monaural. • If the noise cancel is set to the file recorded in Stereo HQ or Stereo SP mode.

Press and hold the MENU/SET button for 1 second or longer. 4 Alarm Playback Function (ALARM) 3.6 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 Press the FOLDER button to choose a folder. Press the FF or REW button to choose the file to be played when the alarm sounds.5 2 4. The main menu opens (.Alarm Playback Function (ALARM) The alarm playback function can be set to play a selected file at a pre-set time.

P. Press the 3 or 2 button to choose between “ON” and “OFF”. Press the MENU/SET button.16. 48 . OFF: Disables alarm playback.18). Press the 3 or 2 button to choose “ALARM”. ON: Enables alarm playback. The alarm playback setup process begins.

The minute indicator flashes. When you choose OFF. 49 . 4 Alarm Playback Function (ALARM) Press the 3 or 2 button to set the minute. Press the MENU/SET button to accept the hour.9.10 Press the MENU/SET button to complete the setup screen. the hour indicator flashes. Press the STOP button to close the main menu. Press the MENU/SET button to accept the minute. 8 9 10 11 12 Press the 3 or 2 button to set the hour. When you choose ON.11 12 8. the alarm indicator disappears and finishes with step 12. An alarm tone will sound at the scheduled time. Press any button while the alarm sounds to play the file you associated with the alarm.7 7.

Alarm Playback Function (ALARM) To enable alarm sound only To set an alarm without audio playback. set the alarm while an empty folder is selected. • Start setting from step 3 (.

• The alarm will sound at the scheduled time every day unless the alarm playback setting is cleared. The recorder begins to play the file associated with the alarm when you press any button. first turn the alarm settings “OFF”. • When the timer recording is set. the timer recording setting has priority. Notes • The alarm playback function can be set for only one file at a time. • The alarm playback setting is cleared if the selected file is erased. then make any desired new alarm settings. the alarm will sound after the operation is finished. • When alarm sound goes at the preset time. 4 Alarm Playback Function (ALARM) 50 . • If you wish to change the file for alarm play. • The alarm will sound at the scheduled time even if the recorder is set to hold.48) of “Alarm Playback Function”. pressing any button stops the sound. • If the recorder is in use at the scheduled time. • The alarm will sound for 5 minutes and then stop. P.

it will return to the flashing display of “CANCEL”. “CANCEL” is flashing.5 Other functions Erasing Erasing One File at a Time A selected file can be erased from a folder. “START” is flashing. When the 2 button is pressed.4 3 Press the FOLDER button to choose a folder. Press the 3 button to choose the “START”. Press the FF or REW button to choose the file you want to erase. 51 . 1 2 2 1. a File to be erased 5 Erasing 3 4 Press the ERASE button.

..... File numbers will be reassigned automatically.... 5 Erasing ........Erasing 5 5 Press the MENU/SET button while “START” flashing........... { “ERASE DONE” is displayed when the file is erased................. The file set to erase lock will not be erased (...... The display changes to “FILE ERASE!” and erasing will start............................................................. Notes • • • • An erased file cannot be restored..........................................

Never do anything during this period because data may be corrupted. whether or not the batteries are set in the recorder. If operation is not executed for 8 seconds during the setting. Removing or setting batteries is not permissible.55). 52 . Completion of erasing may take 10 seconds. it will return to the stop status. P.

Erase All Files from a Folder All files in a folder can be erased simultaneously. except for locked files (.

it will return to the flashing display of “CANCEL”. “START” is flashing.55). When the 2 button is pressed. 5 Erasing Press the 3 button to choose the “START”.3 2 Press the FOLDER button to choose the folder you want to erase all files. P. 1 1. “CANCEL” is flashing. 53 . a Folder from which to erase files 2 3 Press the ERASE button for 3 seconds or longer.

........................ The file set to erase lock will not be erased (.........Erasing 4 4 5 Erasing Press the MENU/SET button while “START” flashing.................................................... { “ERASE DONE” is displayed when the files are erased...... Notes • • • • An erased file cannot be restored.. ... Locked files are reassigned file numbers in ascending order...... The display changes to “ALL ERASE!” and erasing will start....................................................

Battery removal setting/removal are not permissible. P. it will return to the stop status. 54 . Completion of erasing may take 10 seconds. If operation is not executed for 8 seconds during the setting. whether or not the battery is set in the recorder.55). Never do anything during this period because data may be corrupted.

Locking Files (LOCK) Locking a file keeps important data from being accidentally erased. Locked files are not erased when you choose to erase all files from a folder (.

The main menu opens (.53). Press and hold the MENU/SET button for 1 second or longer.5. P.6 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 Press the FOLDER button to choose a folder.7 8 2 1 2 4. 3. Press the FF or REW button to choose the file you want to lock.

Press the MENU/SET button to complete the setup screen. Press the STOP button to close the main menu.16. 5 Locking Files (LOCK) Press the MENU/SET button.18). Press the 3 or 2 button to choose “LOCK”. The file locking setup process begins. Press the 3 or 2 button to choose between “ON” and “OFF”. 55 . ON: Locks the file and prevents it from being erased. OFF: Unlocks the file and allows it to be erased. P.

An index number appears on the display. The index mark is erased. 56 . Setting an Index Mark 1 5 Index Marks 1 2 3 4 Press the INDEX button during recording or playback to set an index mark. The recorder stops for 1 second when it reaches the index mark. 2 4 Locating an Index Mark Hold the FF or REW button while playing a file.Index Marks Index marks can be placed in a file during recording or playback to provide and quick and easy way of keeping track of important sections in the file. Press the ERASE button while the index number appears for approximately 2 seconds on the display. Clearing an Index Mark Locate the index mark you want to clear.

• Index marks cannot be set or cleared in a locked file (.Notes • Up to 16 index marks can be set in a file. Attempting to set more index marks will cause “INDEX FULL” to appear on the display.

5 Index Marks 57 . it will reverse skip for only the set time. index marks can only be placed in files recorded with Olympus recorders.55). P. • In case of WMA files. • If the REW button is pressed in the set status of “1 SEC SKIP” or “2 SEC SKIP” in the previous playback.

you can adjust the contrast using this function to easily see the LCD display (display contrast). and select the “CONTRAST”. Display contrast can be adjusted in 12 levels.LCD Contrast Adjustment (CONTRAST) If you find it difficult to read the display information due to lighting. or other conditions. See . temperature.4 5 5 LCD Contrast Adjustment (CONTRAST) Press the 3 or 2 button in the sub menu screen. 1 2.

. The LCD display contrast setup process begins. (Initial setting . 1. 58 .17 and 19 regarding the sub menu.... Press the 3 or 2 button to set the contrast level. Press the STOP button to close the sub menu.. P.6) Press the MENU/SET button to complete the setup screen. You can adjust the LCD display contrast level from 1 to 12.3 2 3 4 5 Press the MENU/SET button.

and select the “BACKLIGHT”.4 5 1. The backlight feature can be turned off from the menu. See .3 Press the 3 or 2 button in the sub menu screen. 1 2.Backlight (BACKLIGHT) The recorder display backlight is ON by default. The display will lit for about 10 seconds when a button on the recorder is pressed.

OFF: Backlight is disabled. The backlight setup process begins.17 and 19 regarding the sub menu. Press the STOP button to close the sub menu. 2 3 4 5 Press the MENU/SET button. P. Press the 3 or 2 button to choose between “ON” and “OFF”. 59 . ON: Backlight is enabled. 5 Backlight (BACKLIGHT) Press the MENU/SET button to complete the setup screen.

See . System sounds may be turned off. 1 5 System Sounds (BEEP) Press the 3 or 2 button in the sub menu screen. and select the “BEEP”.System Sounds (BEEP) The recorder beeps to alert you to button operations or warn you of errors.

........ the alarm will sound at the scheduled time even if system sounds are turned off......... ON: System sounds are enabled.... Press the STOP button to close the sub menu........... OFF: System sounds are disabled....................... 60 .4 5 1. P...... Press the MENU/SET button to complete the setup screen...... The system sound setup process begins............ Note If the alarm playback function has been set......................................... Press the 3 or 2 button to choose between “ON” and “OFF”....... 2...... ...3 2 3 4 5 Press the MENU/SET button...............17 and 19 regarding the sub menu.........

3 Press the 3 or 2 button in the sub menu screen. Frequently used names such as “dictation (DICT. The folder name is limited to 12 characters each.)”.4 1. “meeting (MEETING)”and “(SCHEDULE)” are pre-set in a template.Assigning Folder Names (FOLDER NAME) The 5 folders on the recorder (Folder A to Folder E) can be easily renamed. and select the “FOLDER NAME”. See . 1 2.

Press the 3 or 2 button to choose the folder you want to name. a Current character being entered (a space is highlighted and blinks.17 and 19 regarding the sub menu. 2 3 4 5 Press the MENU/SET button. The folder name setup process begins. P. 61 .) Press the 3 or 2 button to choose characters. The recorder assigns the following buttons to inputting procedures. 5 Assigning Folder Names (FOLDER NAME) Press the MENU/SET button to accept the chosen folder.

= TO DO = A = F = K = P = U = Z = a = f = k = p = u = z = 1 = 6 = . Forward to next character in the character list.Assigning Folder Names (FOLDER NAME) Recorder buttons that are used to input characters Button MENU/SET L M REW ERASE Push Press once Press and hold Press once Press and hold Press once Press and hold Press once ---------Press Press Press Press once and hold once and hold Action To input the selected character and advance the input position. Switches between character groups (type). Quickly skips ahead in increments of 5 characters. If you press the PLAY button while “B” is displayed. you will skip to the closest forward character in the above cycle. If you press the PLAY button while a character other than one of the above appears. Quickly cycles through the character groups (types). 62 . = TO DO. Confirms folder name or file comment. Backward to previous character in the character list. Returns to previous character. “F” will appear. “TO DO” will appear. example: If you press the PLAY button while “MEMO” is displayed. and you can then press the 2 or 3 buttons to select characters. template. lowercase. it will skip ahead by 5 characters. Scroll backward through the character list. so you can quickly move closer to the character you want. 1 When the FF button is pressed. To delete the flashing character. = ( = # = ^ = (Space) = DICT. 2 Every time the PLAY button is pressed. (Currently displayed character) = (Space) = DICT.. 5 Assigning Folder Names (FOLDER NAME) FF PLAY 6 Use the two following methods to quickly find characters. the displayed character group (example: Uppercase. Scroll forward through the character list. symbols) will change. Pressing the PLAY button again will then cycle through every fifth character as shown above.. Selects character to be input: skips ahead by 5 characters.

................... press the MENU/SET button and repeat the procedure from step 3............... (If you wish to continue assigning names to folders.... This completes the folder naming procedure................. press and hold the MENU/ SET button for 1 second or longer..................... • If you input more than 12 characters.... = MEETING = MEMO = NOTE = IDEA = TO DO = REMINDER = LECTURE = SCHEDULE = ARCHIVE TOP PRIORITY = PRIORITY = IMPORTANT = CONFIDENTIAL = PRIVATE = DON’T FORGET =THINGS TO DO = MESSAGE = CONVERSATION = REPORT A =B=C=D=E=F=G=H=I=J=K=L=M=N =O = P= Q= R =S =T= U= V =W = X=Y= Z a=b=c=d=e=f=g =h=i =j =k =l =m=n=o=p= q=r=s=t=u=v=w=x=y=z 1=2=3=4=5=6=7=8=9=0 ... “OVER-FLOW” appears on the display............. • You can use a PC to easily change the folder names on the recorder (....Available characters Type of Characters Folder name input File comment input Action DICT........... =.... ......= !=_ =(=) =+ =–= == #=$= %=&=’ =^=@ Template Large caps Small caps Numeric Symbols 5 Assigning Folder Names (FOLDER NAME) 7 8 When you have finished setting the folder name...........) Press the STOP button to close the sub menu... =.................... Notes • The folder naming process ends automatically when the twelfth character is set.......

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1 5 Assigning File Comments (COMMENT) Press the 3 or 2 button in the sub menu screen.Assigning File Comments (COMMENT) Comments of up to 100 characters can be added to each recorded file. and select the “COMMENT”. See . Comments and other file information such as date and time can help identify recordings without having to playback.

If you will input characters using the recorder. P. see step 5 of “Assigning Folder Names” (. Input the character. The file comment setup process begins. 2 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 Press the MENU/SET button.17 and 19 regarding the sub menu.

see “Editing File Comments” (. P.61). If you will input characters using a computer.

.... Note In case of WMA files....................... press and hold the PLAY button for 1 second or longer......................... .................................. file comments can only be added to files recorded with Olympus recorders...... When you have finished setting the file comments........92)........... P.............................. This completes the file comment input procedure......... Press the STOP button to close the sub menu..... 64 ..

.... • The file transfer process is aborted if you press the STOP button or leave the recorder idle for 8 seconds...Moving Files Across Folders A recorded file can be transferred from one folder to another.. “MOVE?” appears on the display............ a File to transfer b Current folder c Destination folder Press the 3 or 2 button to choose a destination folder............ The file is moved... ...................... “FOLDER FULL” appears on the display and files cannot be transferred to it...... If you choose the current folder as the destination folder........... Notes • If the destination folder is full (a maximum of 199 files).................... Press and hold the FOLDER button for 1 second or longer while the file is playing.................. 65 ...... The file is added at the end of existing files in the destination folder...... 5 Moving Files Across Folders Press the MENU/SET button to accept the chosen destination folder.. the selected file will move to the end of the existing files in it...... { Transfer is complete when “MOVE DONE” appears................ 4 1 3 2 1 2 3 4 Choose the file you want to move and play it..............

This help review and confirm different recorder settings and file information. { 66 { { { 5 Memory remaining Shows remaining recording time. 1 1 5 LCD Display Information Press the DISPLAY button. month. The LCD display views will switch every time the DISPLAY button is pressed. . { 3 Time stamp Shows the time that the file was recorded. (If there is no comment. the “TIME & DATE” or the counter appears. While in stop or playback mode When pressing Display. 5 and 6 will display alternately. the recorder will cycle through 1 to 6. 6 Current time and date Shows the current time and date. it will scroll horizontally to display the complete comment. 1 File length Shows how long a file is.LCD Display Information The LCD screen on the recorder can display 6 different format of information by pressing the DISPLAY button. (During playback.) { 2 Time stamp Shows the year. 4 File comment* Shows comment added to a file. and date that the file was recorded.) * If a comment contains many characters. If there is no file. “----” will appear.

67 . The display of the audio input level is different depending on stereo recording or monaural recording. (Displays in “Waiting” if it has not reached to the VCVA start level). 2 Remaining memory bars Displays the remaining time available for recording in bar mode and count-down mode. The display of the audio input level is different depending on stereo recording or monaural recording. 1 VCVA recording level meter Displays the audio input level and start level in graphics. Display in the stereo recording mode While recording in VCVA mode Displays 1 and 2 alternately.While in record mode Displays 1 and 2 alternately. Display in the stereo recording mode 5 LCD Display Information Display in the monaural recording Display in the monaural recording 2 Remaining memory bars Displays the remaining time available for recording in bar mode and count-down mode. 1 Recording level meter Displays the audio input level in graphics.

connect the recorder to a computer and transfer those files from the recorder to the computer before formatting the device.3. All files** stored in the recorder will be deleted.7 Formatting the Recorder (FORMAT) 2. 5 5. If you have important files that you want to save. 1. all function settings will return to their defaults*. * Date and time settings will not be cleared. The main menu opens (.4 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Press and hold the MENU/SET button for 1 second or longer. so you won’t need to set them again.Formatting the Recorder (FORMAT) If you format the recorder. ** Locked files will also be deleted.

The sub menu opens (. Press the 3 or 2 button to choose “◊SUB MENU”.16. 18). Press the MENU/SET button. P.

When the 2 button is pressed. “START” is flashing.17. Press the MENU/SET button. 19). “CANCEL” is flashing. it will return to the flashing display of “CANCEL”. Press the 3 or 2 button to choose “FORMAT”. Press the MENU/SET button. “CANCEL” will flash. P. Press the 3 button to choose “START”. 68 . After “DATA WILL BE CLEARED” turns on for about 2 seconds.

......... Formatting begins and an indicator flashes on the display.......... When the recorder is formatted............... Notes • • • • Never format the recorder from a PC.... the first file name is 0001.........8 9 8 Press the 3 button again to choose “START”........................ 9 Press the MENU/SET button again......... When the 2button is pressed..... are erased... 69 ...................... It may take 10 seconds or more for the erasing to end... After formatting. it will return to the flashing display of “CANCEL”... While formatting........... including locked files... “START” is flashing... all the stored data........... do not remove the batteries... 5 Formatting the Recorder (FORMAT) ....... { “FORMAT DONE” displays when formatting ends...........

various additional functions can be utilized (. Download files from the recorder to the PC or upload files from the PC to the recorder.6 Preparation Before Using DSS Player Using DSS Player Software The DSS Player Software can be used to do the following: • Playback voice files on your PC and on the recorder when connected via USB. • If an upgrade (Option) to DSS Player Plus is executed.

be sure to follow the description in . do not remove the USB cable even if the screen is indicating you can. When removing the USB cable. Precautions on using the recorder connected to a PC G When you are downloading a file from the recorder or uploading a file to the recorder.96).P. Data is still being transferred while the record/play indicator lamp is blinking.

follow the instructions in the menu screen of the recorder (.79. Initialization is not successfully achieved on a PC. data may not be successfully transferred. G On a PC. do not format the drive of the recorder.P. For initialization. If the USB cable is removed before the drive is stopped.

G As the noise may cause adverse effects on electronics devices nearby the recorder. G Data can be written or uploaded to the recorder even though the attribute of the recorder drive is shown as Readonly by the operating system of the PC. the order of files may be changed or files may become unrecognizable.17. 6 Using DSS Player Software 70 .19). G Folder (directory) names displayed by file management tools such as Explorer attached to Microsoft Windows and Finder attached to Mac OS are different from the folder names settable with the recorder or DSS player. P. G If folders or files stored on the recorder are moved or renamed by using a file management tool such as Explorer or Finder. unplug the earphone when you connect the recorder to a PC.

256 colors or more USB port: One free port Audio I/O Earphone output or speakers terminals: Others: • The mouse or similar to a pointing device.Operating Environment Basic Operating Environment of DSS Player Windows Macintosh PC: Operating System: CPU: RAM: Hard drive space: Drive: IBM PC/AT compatible PC Microsoft Windows Me/ 2000 Professional/XP Professional.3 128MB or more (256MB or more is recommended) 50 MB or more 2x or faster CD-ROM.1/10. CD-R. 71 . DVD-ROM drive 800 x 600 pixels or more.Home Edition Intel Pentium II class 333 MHz processor or more (If recording to a hard disk directly with the WMA format. DVD-ROM drive Sound card: Creative Labs Sound Blaster 16 or 100% compatible sound card Browser: Microsoft Internet Explorer 4. 256 colors or more One free port Earphone output or speakers 6 Operating Environment 2x or faster CD-ROM. please use in the range of 500MHz or more) 128MB or more (256MB or more is recommended) 50MB or more PC: Operating System: RAM: Hard drive space: Drive: Display: USB port: Audio I/O terminals: Power Mac G3 233 MHz class processor or faster iMac/ iBook/ eMac/ Power Mac/ PowerBook (The computer must support a standard USB port) (If recording to a hard disk directly with the WMA format. CD-RW. please use in the range of 500MHz or more) Mac OS 10. • Environment where the Internet can be utilized.01 SP2 or later Display: 800 x 600 pixels or more.2/10. CD-RW. CD-R.

Click the [start] button and select [Run]. 72 . Windows 6 Installing Software 1 2 3 Insert DSS Player into the CDROM drive. Be sure to confirm the following before installation: • Exit all running applications. It is required to view the accompanying manual in PDF format. The installation program will start automatically. If it does not. • If you are running Windows2000/XP or Mac OS X on the network.exe” in the [Open] field and click [OK] . you need to log on as an Administrator. Click the desired language to select it. Once the program starts. 4 The installation Language Selection dialog box opens.Installing Software Before you connect the recorder to your PC and use it. • Acrobat Reader is installed on your PC. Enter “D:\setup. • Eject the floppy disk if you are using one. jump to step 4. you must first install the DSS player software from the included Software CD. follow the procedures in steps 2 and 3. This is assuming the CD-ROM drive is D. Applications included with “DSS Player” • DSS Player: Recorded voice files can be downloaded to the PC for complete file management and playback solution.

When entered. When the confirmation dialog appears. The screen returns to the opening screen automatically. click [Next]. click [Next]. 9 10 11 Authorizing the start of file copying. click [Yes]. Note To change the program menu folder or installation folder. click [Back]. Copy files.Installing DSS Player 5 6 7 Register user information. For the serial number. You must accept the terms of the Licensing Agreement to install DSS Player. then click [Finish]. Wait until DSS Player is installed on your PC. If you accept them. Confirm your acceptance of the terms of the Licensing Agreement. To accept them. see the label attached to the CD-ROM package provided with DSS Player. click [Yes]. Confirm all “Current Settings”. company name and serial number. referring to “Connecting to Your PC” (. Enter your name. Installing the Device Driver Connect the recorder to your PC.

click [Next].83) 6 Installing Software Select where to install DSS Player. a confirmation dialog box opens to get your permission to create a folder for this purpose. When you connect the recorder to your PC for the first time after installing DSS Player.78). the recorder’s driver will be installed automatically. such as [Start Up]. P. To accept the default folder. 8 Select a program menu folder. Click [Yes]. DSS Player will start automatically. You may change the program menu folder to another one. Click [Browse] to find the desired installation folder. Note If the installation folder does not exist. If the driver is installed properly. This lets you specify the folder in which to install DSS Player. click [Next]. To accept the default folder. 73 . (For details about operation for DSS Player see pages from P.

7 8 Completing setup. Select where to install DSS Player. You must accept the terms of the Licensing Agreement to install DSS Player. for the serial number. Click [Quit]. click [Agree]. company name. Installing DSS Player. Please input your name. This lets you specify the folder in which to install DSS Player. and serial number. and the user’s registration screen will be displayed. 74 .Installing Software Macintosh 6 Installing Software 1 2 3 4 5 6 Insert DSS Player into the CD-ROM drive. Click [Continue] when the DSS Player opening screen appears. Double-click the desired language to select it. To use the DSS Player. Please see the seal attached to the CDROM package included with the DSS Player. After the input has ended. it is necessary to register the user information at the time of initial startup. Register user information. Installation has finished. To accept the default folder. if the is double clicked. click [Choose]. click [OK] to complete the registration. Open the [DSS Player] folder created at installation. Double-click the following icon. If you accept them. Confirm your acceptance of the terms of the Licensing Agreement. Double-click CD icon.

.. follow the steps below.. You can confirm the location of the [MESSAGE] folder by clicking [Options] in the [Tools] menu before uninstalling.... ......... read it carefully and follow the instructions given..... Confirmation of Deleting the File... Click the [OK] button to start uninstalling.. Note The voice files you made are stored in the [MESSAGE] folder............. Click [Add/Remove programs] in the control panel window............. Windows 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Exit DSS Player. Click [Change/Remove]........... delete them.. if so... click [Finish] to complete uninstalling.. 6 Uninstalling Software When the [Maintenance Complete] screen is displayed....... A list of applications that have been installed is displayed...... An additional message may appear............. If you don’t need them................. Select the software you would like to uninstall/remove.......Uninstalling Software To uninstall any of the software component of the DSS player software installed on your PC....... Select [Control Panel] from [start] menu.................. 75 .....................

...................... Delete the [DSS Player] file in the location where you installed the file..... delete them........................ Delete the Help File............ Note The voice files you made are stored in the [MESSAGE] folder..... You can confirm the location of the [MESSAGE] folder by clicking on [Options] in the [Tools] menu before uninstalling................ If you don’t need them.....................Uninstalling Software Macintosh 1 2 3 4 6 Uninstalling Software Exit DSS Player................ 76 ...... Delete the Preferences File.. Delete the [DSS Player Help] file in the following location.. Delete the [DSS Preference] file in the following location. System Folder : Help .................... Macintosh HD : Users : Library : Preferences Delete the Executable File........

... choose [Contents] from the [Help] menu...Using Online Help To open Online Help. click the Contents tab.... Note For more information on menus and operations.. Matching keywords are located automatically......................... then click [Display]........... You will be able to use Online Help after DSS Player is installed. choose [DSS Player Help] from the [Help] menu.. then click [Help]. select [All Programs]........ 77 . (Windows) • Click the [start] button. An explanation of the topic is displayed.. click the Index tab...... icon of the desired topic.. • While DSS Player is running.................... Choose a topic...... • While DSS Player is running.. .......... Double-click the icon of the desired The title of the topic is displayed.... Enter text... you have the following options....... refer to Online Help.......... then [Olympus DSS Player]... An explanation of the topic is displayed... Double-click the topic heading. (Macintosh) • While DSS Player is running.. Search by Contents 1 2 3 1 2 3 Once the Online Help screen appears................. press [F1] on the keyboard. 1 2 3 1 2 3 6 Using Online Help Search by Key word Once the Online Help screen appears...............

an icon with a drive name of “Untitled” appears. Please connect the USB connection cable mark to match the mark of the recorder connection port. If “Add New Hardware Wizard” appears. Confirm that the recorder has stopped. Macintosh If the recorder is connected to Mac OS. “STORAGE REMOTE” is displayed on recorder if the USB cable is connected. 3 Windows When the recorder is connected and “My Computer” is opened. cancel the wizard by pressing the [Cancel] button and then install DSS Player. a removable disk drive is displayed. Connect the USB connection cable to the USB port or the USB hub of the PC. and connect the USB cable to the connection port on the bottom of the recorder. Connecting to your PC using the USB cable 1 2 6 Connecting to Your PC Release the HOLD switch.Connecting to Your PC Be sure to finish installing DSS Player before connecting the recorder. 78 .

in the menu setting of this recorder set the USB class (.Notes • When connecting this recorder with the PC and utilize DSS Player.

please do not connect this dedicated cable to any other company’s product. 79 . The drive letter will differ depending on the PC being used. 6 Connecting to Your PC Disconnect the USB cable. It will read [Stop USB Disk-Drive] for Windows Me. it will be the cause trouble. this recorder will not be recognized as a removable disk drive. P. Disconnecting from Your PC Windows 1 2 1 2 Click the on the task bar located at the lower-right corner of the screen. Disconnect the USB cable. • Be sure to use the attached dedicated cable for the USB connecting cable. Also. If any other company’s cable is used. If connected by “AUDIO CLASS”.111) to the “MASS STORAGE” class. 1 Macintosh Move the icon of the recorder's drive displayed on desktop to trash box by drag and drop. Click [Safely Remove Hardware].

Otherwise. the recorder may not operate properly.Connecting to Your PC Notes • NEVER disconnect the USB cable while the record/play indicator lamp is flashing. If you do. • When the recorder is connected to a PC. the power will be supplied from the USB cable. • Be sure that you connect the USB cable either directly to the USB port on your PC or the self-power (AC adapter connection) USB hub. 6 Connecting to Your PC 80 . • Release the HOLD switch. • Be sure to push the cable connector all the way in. • Refer to the user’s manual for your PC regarding the USB port or USB hub on your PC. the data will be destroyed.

Connect the USB connection cable to the cradle. Connect the mark of the USB connection cable facing up to match the mark of the cradle connection port. and place it in the cradle. Make sure that the recorder is in the Stop mode.Connecting to your PC using the cradle Place the recorder on the cradle 1 2 3 PC I/F Connect the USB connection cable to the USB port or the USB hub of the PC. 6 Connecting to Your PC 81 . “STORAGE REMOTE” is displayed on recorder if the USB cable is connected.

Connecting to Your PC Remove the recorder from the cradle Follow step 1 in “Disconnecting from Your PC” (.

...... Notes 6 Connecting to Your PC • When connecting this recorder with the computer and utilize DSS Player............ and remove this recorder and USB connection cable from the cradle........................................ P.... confirm that the recording/playback indicator lamp of this recorder is not on..... in the menu setting of this recorder set the USB class (.. To prevent damage or loss of the data....................79)...................................... ............................

• Be sure that you connect the USB cable either directly to the USB port on your PC or the self-power (AC adapter connection) USB hub.111) to the “MASS STORAGE” class. If connected by “AUDIO CLASS”. P. 82 . this recorder will not be recognized as a removable disk drive.

... then [Olympus DSS Player].. and select [Setting].............. 83 .. Disabling automatic start 1 2 1 2 3 Right click on the of the taskbar on the lower right of the screen..............Running DSS Player Windows By connecting the recorder to your PC. Click [Olympus DSS Player].............. 2 2 3 6 Running DSS Player Manual start Start Windows.... The check mark on [DSS Player Version 6] disappears......... Note You cannot run more than one DSS Player program or multiple copies of the same program simultaneously. The application which enables setting will be displayed by dialog......................... 2 .................. Click the of the [DSS Player Version 6]....... select and click DSS Player to reinstate again................ Click the [start] button.............. you can automatically start the application... select [All Programs]...................... For automatic start.....

open the “DSS Player” folder created upon installation and double-click the icon.Running DSS Player Macintosh To start. When it starts for the first time after installation. Please see . user information needs to be registered.

................... 84 ........................................................ Note The Mac version DSS Player has no automatic start function......74 for details................... 6 Running DSS Player .......P.............................................

4 Voice File List Box Will display the voice files in the folder selected in 2 and 3. WMA. 3 Device Manager Window Will display the directory structure of the folders in the recorder.Window Names (DSS Player) * Main screen displayed when DSS Player is started 1 2 4 3 1 (Macintosh) (Windows) 6 Window Names (DSS Player) 2 4 3 1 Play Control Bar Control buttons to play and stop voice files. 2 Dictation Folder Window Will display the directory structure of the DSS. 85 . WAVE (W indows only) and AIFF (Macintosh only)-format files stored on your PC’s hard disk.

The illustration shows that Folder A has been selected. For explanations of “Download Folders” and “Download All”. The illustration shows that one voice file is selected. Download Selected Files 7 1 2 Select the folder. 86 2 . hold either the [Ctrl] or [Shift] key and select files. From the Device Manager window. • Download All Click the icon and download all the voice files stored in the recorder to your PC. • Download Folders Download all the voice files in one folder. select the folder that contains the voice file you would like to download.7 Managing Files on Your PC Download Voice Files from the Recorder Download Voice Files from the Recorder There are 3 download options to transfer voice files from the recorder to the PC: • Download Selected Files Download one or several voice files to your PC. The following is an explanation of “Download Selected Files”. refer to Online Help. 1 Select the voice file. To select more than one file. Select the voice file you would like to download from the Voice File List Box.

....... it may take some time to download the files.. 7 ....... click [Download Selected Files].......................... click [Download Selected Files]. (Example: A voice file downloaded from Folder A will be stored in download tray A on your PC.. the new file will not be downloaded........ Do not disconnect the USB cable while the record/play indicator lamp on the recorder is flashing... Disconnecting the USB cable when the recorder lamp is flashing will result in data loss or corruption...... • Depending on the size of the voice file and your PC... 87 ...........) • If a voice file already exists on your PC with the same name......................... the data will be destroyed................................. Notes • NEVER disconnect the USB cable while the record/play indicator lamp is flashing........... (Macintosh) From the [Tools] menu... 3 4 Download complete.. (Windows) From the [Download] menu. date and time recorded.. • The downloaded files will be stored in the download tray folder that corresponds to the folder in the recorder. If you do.......Download Voice Files from the Recorder 3 Download the voice file................

.. The user ID can be modified with DSS Player (. The name that has been set on the Digital Voice Recorder.Play a Voice File 1 2 3 Play a Voice File Select the folder. Fast Forward.. The default name on the Digital Voice Recorder is “DS-2”. Time Axis and Index Skip are available from the Play Control Bar.. Play the voice file.DSS Extension File number . (play) button of the Play Other playback control such as Rewind... Speed Control. 3 7 File name File names are assigned in the following manner: DS_2 0001.. Volume Control. Stop. A serial number automatically assigned by a Digital Voice Recorder. Click the Control Bar.. 1 2 Select the voice file.. User ID .. Select the voice file to play from the Voice File List Box. Select the folder that contains the voice file you would like to play...

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Once the folder list box where the file is to be uploaded is displayed. Select the voice file to upload from the Voice File List Box. select the folder from which the file is to be uploaded. select the folder from which the file is to be uploaded. 7 4 Upload the voice file. 1 2 3 Select the folder. (Macintosh) From the [Tools] menu. 1 2 Upload Voice Files to the Recorder Select the voice file.Upload Voice Files to the Recorder DSS Player has a feature to enable you to upload DSS-format voice files from your PC to the recorder. Select the folder to upload. The voice file is uploaded to the recorder. 89 . Once the folder list box where the file is to be uploaded is displayed. Select the folder that contains the voice file to upload from the Dictation Folder window. (Windows) From the [Download] menu select [Upload Files] or click the Upload icon. click [Upload Files].

........ Notes • NEVER disconnect the USB cable while the record/play indicator lamp is flashing...................... 7 90 .... You can also drag and drop files from the Voice File List Box to the Device Manager window..Upload Voice Files to the Recorder 5 Upload Voice Files to the Recorder Upload complete........................... If you do.......... Once the transmission screen closes and the record/play indicator lamp on the recorder is OFF.. • If a file with the same name exists in the folder of this recorder. it cannot be transferred................. the data will be destroyed................ ............................................ upload is completed...............

. 1 2 Enter the user ID in the [Transfer User ID] window....... (Windows) From the [Download] menu....... If you want to send a voice file by attaching it to E-mail.. [Options].... Note NEVER disconnect the USB cable while the record/play indicator lamp is flashing..com/cpg_section/cpg_downloads...... http://www.... the data will be destroyed.. 7 Click [Transfer].........Send Voice Files with E-mail Audio files are stored in the Message folder on the hard disk... The file can be replayed with DSS Player-Lite even though the recipient does not have DSS Player... 1 2 .... (Macintosh) From the [Tools] menu.. 91 ............olympusamerica....... The Message folder location can be found from the [Tools] menu........cfm Send Voice Files with E-mail/Changing User ID Changing User ID The user ID is used in file names that are recorded on a Digital Voice Recorder........... If you do.......... The new user ID will be transferred to the Digital Voice Recorder.........asp http://olympus-europa.. and then “Download folder” tab................ select the file from the Message folder. Free DSS Player-Lite can be downloaded from Olympus homepage......................................com/consumer/2590_software.

...... You can also edit file comments imported from the recorder to a PC.........Changing a Folder Name Changing a Folder Name/Editing File Comments Changing a folder name in the Voice Folder window (Windows) You can change a folder name using the [Rename Folder] command from the [Edit] menu.......... the data will be destroyed................. A folder name can be up to 20 characters long and cannot use \ /:*?"<>|............. Device Window folder names consist of a string of 12 or fewer single-byte alphanumeric characters. .... the data will be destroyed............. 7 Note NEVER disconnect the USB cable while the record/play indicator lamp is flashing........................... (Macintosh) Choose the [Rename Folder] command from the [File] menu. 92 .................... Changing a folder name in the Device window (Windows) Right-click the folder name to change.................................................................. ........................................ Note NEVER disconnect the USB cable while the record/play indicator lamp is flashing................ If you do... Files comments can use up to 100 alphanumerical characters and symbols............................ and transfer them from the PC to the recorder.... select the [Rename Folder] and input the new folder name... (Macintosh) Choose the [Rename Folder] from the [File] menu and type a folder name........ If you do.............................. Editing File Comments You can use a PC to create or edit file comments in DSS Player in the [Edit Comments] window... The names of the folders on the Digital Voice Recorder is updated with the new folder names........... Choose the [Edit Comments] command from the [Tools] menu...

................. 93 ....... Note NEVER disconnect the USB cable while the record/play indicator lamp is flashing........... (Windows) Select [Edit & Upload Templates] from [Download] to open the [Edit and Upload Template] window............... If you do................................. (Macintosh) Select [Edit & Upload Templates] from [Tools] to open the [Edit and Upload Template] window........... and 20 characters for a comment... The maximum number of characters that can be entered is 8 characters for a folder name..Editing a Template You can edit folder name and file comment templates in DSS Player in the [Edit and Upload Template] window and transfer them to the recorder...... Templates downloaded from the recorder can also be edited............. Editing a Template Transfer edited content to the recorder Save edited content Read saved content Delete edited content 7 Load templates from the recorder Transfer all comment Delete all changed and folder information content to the recorder Close the dialog box ................... the data will be destroyed.....................

it can function as a USB speaker. and change the output destination. the driver will be installed into the computer. execute the following settings. you can record voice on your PC using your favorite application. Uses as a USB Speaker If this recorder is connected by USB. 7 Macintosh From the [Tools] menu. If the recorder is used as a USB speaker. If you use the recorder as a USB speaker. When changed for the first time. Audio set up USB Microphone/USB Speaker In order to use this recorder as a USB speaker or a USB microphone in DSS Player. you can output voice through the recorder instead of using the PC speaker. Select the [Select Audio Output] from the [Tools] in the menu bar. without audio output from the speaker attached to the computer. audio output can be done through the recorder. When used as a microphone. 94 . After connection.USB Microphone/USB Speaker The recorder can be used as a USB speaker or microphone when connected to a PC. Windows 1 1 Click the icon in the toolbar to change the recorder to Audio device. select [Change to audio device]. it is necessary to change to “AUDIO CLASS” after connecting to the computer in the “MASS STORAGE” class.

it can function as a USB microphone. Also. if an upgrade (.Uses as a USB microphone If this recorder is connected by USB.

...... When connecting this recorder and external microphone............................ this recorder will not be displayed as a removable disk drive.. regardless of the recording mode of this recorder...... and select the [USB Audio Device] from the recording device. voice recognition software or other applications using this recorder as a microphone.. Reset to the “MASS STORAGE” class then connect to the computer.... 7 95 ................ P... use a stereo microphone...... • When using it as a USB microphone..96) is executed to the DSS Player Plus. Windows XP Select [Control Panel] = [Sound and Audio Device] = [Audio] tab............................... Windows 2000.. USB Microphone/USB Speaker ........... it becomes the USB stereo microphone.................. voice can be input to a computer.... and select the [Microphone Control (DVR)] from the recording device..... • Changing the USB speaker can be executed from the [Control Panel] as well as the USB microphone....... Me Select [Control Panel] = [(Sound and) Multimedia] = [Audio] tab......... Notes • If the USB class is set to “AUDIO CLASS” in the menu setting of this recorder...

voice recognition using voice recognition software. Windows Upgrade Function Macintosh 1 2 Start the DSS Player. Please see . Purchase and Upgrade To purchase “DSS Player Plus” and upgrading from “DSS Player” is operated in the following procedures.8 Plus DSS Player Expanded Functions Upgrade Function The “DSS Player” enables upgrades (Options) to the “DSS Player Plus” which is equipped with more functions. In addition to the DSS Player functions. sharing of files and the menu setting of this recorder can be utilized. joining of files.

When the purchase procedure is completed. Click the button or select [Purchase a new license for DSS Player Plus] in the [Help] menu. The web browser will start and the purchase site of the DSS Player Plus will be displayed. the license number will be issued by mail.83 for the starting method. P. 8 2 96 . Please operate according to guidance on the screen.

............ DSS Player will be upgraded to DSS Player Plus............. ...... In the [About DSS Player] window.. you can confirm the upgrade by selecting [About DSS Player] from the [Help] menu on the tool bar............... the title of the main menu changes to [DSS Player Plus]..... the [DSS Player Plus] should be displayed. Notes • To purchase the license number...... it requires an environment where the Internet can be utilized...... Also.............................. • Please see the details in the website regarding the purchase of the license number.................. 8 97 ............ and click the [OK] button............ When starting the application next time.... Upgrading to DSS Player Plus When upgraded. The “Upgrade to DSS Player Plus” dialog will be displayed................ enter the license number of your purchase..3 Select [Upgrade to DSS Player Plus] from the [Help] menu.. 3 Upgrade Function 4 In the [Upgrade to DSS Player Plus] dialog..

Plus Using Voice Recognition Software In conjunction with “ViaVoice” of IBM Corp. • IBM ViaVoice Pro USB Edition 10 ScanSoft. Please see the instruction manual for the voice recognition software for details. The voice recognition software which is confirmed for use with this recorder is as follows. which are on the market. 2004) IBM Corp. the files recorded in this recorder can be transferred to a computer and converted to text. or “Dragon NaturallySpeaking” of ScanSoft Inc. Inc • Dragon NaturallySpeaking 8 Please inquire to the Olympus Service Center regarding the situation for software to be released hereafter (. (As of September.

.. Also. • Please contact IBM for support information on the voice recognition software....... P..................................................................................... • Please contact ScanSoft for support information on ScanSoft Dragon NaturallySpeaking..... ViaVoice...... 8 Using Voice Recognition Software 98 ........................... please confirm the software operation with the user’s computer and the maker.. Note Voice recognition can only be used with Windows......119). when you use such software in combination with this recorder............. ...

Using Voice Recognition Software Change the recorder to [AUDIO CLASS]. Follow the procedure in P. select [All Programs]. From the IBM [ViaVoice VoiceCenter]. then click the [Next] button. The ViaVoice User Wizard window appears. From the [Device] list box. 8 Click the [Next] button. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Connect the recorder to your PC. [Tools]. Click the [start] button. Select [Olympus DSS File] or [Olympus WMA File] in the [Device] list box. select [Olympus DSS File] or [Olympus WMA File]. select [ViaVoice]. and start the DSS Player Plus.Voice Recognition in ViaVoice (Audio set up) When the DSS Player Plus and IBM’s voice recognition software “ViaVoice” are used together. acquired from the built-in microphone or speaker. then [Analyze My Voice]. then select [IBM ViaVoice VoiceCenter]. execute the setting in the following procedure to record the voice accurately.111 to change the recorder to AUDIO CLASS. The [Audio Setup Wizard] window appears. 99 .

) Proceed with the AUDIO Setup according to the instruction on screen.Using Voice Recognition Software 7 8 Using Voice Recognition Software Select a sound card. It is recommended that you enroll while in your normal surrounding environment settings. select [USB Audio Device] for [Input] and follow the instructions on screen. 8 100 . enrollment. please input voice data from the recorder. (Select [Microphone Control (DVR)] for Windows XP. When the [Selecting a Sound Card] window appears. During audio setup. This will help improve the voice recognition by registering your voice characteristics and your environment.

Please advance the setting according to the following procedures. Description of this wizard will be displayed. the [Open User] dialog will be displayed. create the user in “Dragon NaturallySpeaking 8” in advance. and the rate of recognition will improve. Click the [start] button. In this case. 8 101 . and select [Olympus IC Recorder DS-2/20] from the [Dictation source] list box. 1 2 3 4 Startup Dragon NaturallySpeaking 8. click the [New] button and display [New User Wizard]. Using Voice Recognition Software [New User Wizard] will be displayed. It is necessary to execute the training. * If the user is already registered in Dragon NaturallySpeaking 8. Input a name into [Your name].Voice Recognition in Dragon NaturallySpeaking (Training) When the DSS Player Plus and ScanSoft’s “Dragon NaturallySpeaking 8” are used together. the features of your voice will be registered. then click the [Next] button. * If the DSS Player Plus has started. By executing the training. select in the order of [All Programs] = [Dragon NaturallySpeaking 8] = [Dragon NaturallySpeaking 8]. Click the [Next] button. please close it in advance. Creating a User. Description of Wizard.

“HQ” and “SP” for the recording mode. Please refer to “Notes on Recording For Voice Recognition”(. “STEREO HQ”.Using Voice Recognition Software 5 6 7 Using Voice Recognition Software Recording Training Text. “STEREO SP”. and record the training text to this recorder. Follow the instructions on the screen. At this time. record with any one of. and “DICTATION” for the microphone sensitivity.

click the [Next] button.P. After finishing. then complete the registration for a new user. Click [Olympus DSS Player] button displayed on the screen. follow the instructions on the screen. click the [Next] button.105) for recording tips. After this operation is finished. 8 102 . Transferring the Recorded Voice. After the recording is finished. Adding a User. Click the button displayed on the screen. The DSS Player Plus will startup and then follow the instructions displayed on the screen to execute the transfer of the recorded voice.

1 2 8 103 . and it enables text conversion of the file in the Voice File List Box. From the Voice File List Box. 1 2 3 Select the folder.Executing Voice Recognition DSS Player Plus can easily access ViaVoice and Dragon NaturallySpeaking 8 from the menu. select the folder in which the file to be converted to text is stored. 3 Using Voice Recognition Software Select the voice file. Select and click ViaVoice or Dragon NaturallySpeaking as the software to be used. From the Dictation Folder Window. Start of voice recognition. Clicking the arrow at the right side of the voice recognition icon displays the voice recognition software. select the file to be converted to text.

However...................... 8 ............101.. Noise Canceling Function Check [Use Noise Cancellation] in the [Voice Recognition] menu to output voice using the noise canceling function to the voice recognition software... and select the user created in procedure 3 on P....................... if the voice recognition software is not installed...... The [Transcription Options] dialog will be displayed................ then click the [Transcribe] button................ Note The voice recognition of the file recorded in LP mode cannot be recognized................ the voice recognition software start icon becomes an invalid display.. and select the option according to the purpose................................. then click the [Open] button.......Using Voice Recognition Software When Dragon NaturallySpeaking is Selected The [Open User] dialog will be displayed. Using Voice Recognition Software The text conversion will start. 104 ..

• Set the microphone sensitivity to “DICTATION” (. set up your DSS recorder as follows to improve recognition accuracy.Notes on Recording For Voice Recognition When recording voice to be processed with voice recognition.

25). • Set the recording mode other than “LP” mode (. P.

22). • Set the Variable Control Voice Actuator (VCVA) to “OFF” (. P.

P. set the recording mode to “HQ” or “SP”. • Seminar or lecture where high-level ambient noise tends to be recorded. • Record in a relatively quiet environment. and reduce the influence of the surrounding noise. The file recorded in the next condition. 105 Using Voice Recognition Software 8 . • Speak normally.23). which can not be used for voice recognition. • Register/enroll your voice in the voice recognition software using the recorder. • A conference or meeting where many voices are recorded. and use the ME12 microphone for dictation recording. will be a low rate of recognition. • When your voice is to be recorded. • Have the recorder microphone 5 to 10 cm away from your chin.

The dialog to join files will be displayed.Plus Joining Files In DSS Player Plus. 3 106 . Select the voice files. select the folder which contains the files to be joined. designated multiple voice files can be joined and one voice file can be created. 1 2 8 3 Select [Join] from the [Edit] menu or press the button. From the Dictation Folder Window. 1 2 Joining Files Select the folder. listing the files selected in step 2. From the Voice File List Box. select more than one file to be joined.

.............. 8 107 ........ Press the [Join] button.... and move the file to its appropriate position in the order using the [Up] and [Down] buttons.. the mode of the file listed at the top is selected...... After joined....... The resulting file is saved under the name specified in step 5................ Note If the files to be joined have different recording modes................................ and stored in the selected folder........ Input File Names............ The file name is created automatically after joining and also...... Joining Files 5 6 4 ....... Select a file........4 5 6 Set the order of files........................ the playback order of the files can be changed. it enables input optionally.......

Select one file to split from the Voice File List Box. Select the folder containing the file to be split from the Dictation Folder Window. The setting dialog of the file to be split will be displayed. Select the voice files. 1 2 Splitting Files Select the folder.Plus Splitting Files One designated voice file can be split into the two files in DSS Player Plus. 8 3 108 . 1 2 3 Select [Split] from the [Edit] menu or press the button.

and press the button in the position to be divided. The splitting of the file will complete. Press the button to playback the file. 4 5 6 Set the split position. and also shows the split position (slide the playback slider to the right or left. The file name is created automatically after splitting and also. Also. and the file name designated in procedure 5 will be saved. which enables moving to the position to be split).) Output file name (File name after splitting.Input file name (File name before splitting. 109 . the playback slider position in the time axis shows the current playback position. Press the [Split] button. it enables input optionally. 8 Input File Names.) 5 Split position (Time axis) Playback / Stop button The display will change whenever the button is pressed. 6 Splitting Files 4 Playback slider Shows the current playback position and split position.

the menu setting of this recorder will be changed by removing the USB connection of this recorder from the computer. The set contents will be transferred to this recorder. Click the radio button to be changed. The “Configure recorder menu” dialog will be displayed. After the finishing. 110 3 . 1 2 3 Execute Menu Setting.Plus Menu Setting of this Recorder The menu setting of this recorder can be changed in the “Configure recorder menu” screen in the computer. 1 Menu Setting of this Recorder Select [Configure recorder menu] from the [Download] menu. 8 Press the [OK] button. and input a check.

See . and select the “USB CLASS”.9 Setting of the USB Class Changing the USB Class (USB CLASS) When using this recorder as a USB microphone or USB speaker in the voice recognition software or other applications. it enables enroll (= voice learning) operations of the voice recognition software. it is necessary to set the USB class of this recorder to “AUDIO CLASS”. 1 2.4 5 1 3 Press the 3 or 2 button in the sub menu screen. By using the USB microphone function.

while connecting to the computer in “AUDIO CLASS”.17 and 19 regarding the sub menu. Changing the USB Class (USB CLASS) 2 3 4 5 Press the MENU/SET button. 111 . the driver will be installed automatically to the computer. 9 When this recorder is connected to the computer for the first time after being changed to “AUDIO CLASS”. “USB SPEAKER or USB MICROPHONE REMOTE” will be displayed on this recorder display. Press the MENU/SET button to complete the setup screen. The USB class setup process begins. Press the 3 or 2 button to choose “AUDIO CLASS”. P. Press the STOP button to close the sub menu.

For the connection procedure.10 Other Practical Use Methods Using as External Memory of the Computer With the recorder connected to your PC. Connecting the recorder to your PC. refer to “Connecting to Your PC using the USB cable” (. you can download data from the memory to your PC and upload data stored on your PC to the memory. Example: Copying Data from PC to Recorder using Explorer or Finder 1 2 3 4 Start Windows.

the record/play indicator lamp on the recorder will flash. P. 10 112 Using as External Memory of the Computer Open the Explorer or Finder window. The recorder will appear as a removable drive icon. While the data are being written or copied. Before disconnecting the recorder from your PC.78). Copy the data. refer to “Disconnecting from Your PC” (.

.......... If you do..................................................... Note NEVER disconnect the USB cable while the record/play indicator lamp is flashing... ............. P................. ...................... the data will be destroyed...............................79).....

Tried to incorporate WMA file index marks into the music files or the files not recorded with the recorder. The file is full of index marks (maximum of 16 marks). The destination folder already has the maximum number of files (199). Action Replace with new batteries (. The folder is full of files (maximum of 199 files). Tried to delete a locked file.11 Other Information Alarm Message List Message BATTERY LOW FILE PROTECTED INDEX FULL INDEX CAN’T BE ENTERED Meaning Low battery power Erase-locked Index full File not supporting index Folder full Maximum number Explanation Battery power is getting low. Exceeds the maximum number of characters that can be registered.

11). P. Unlock the file (.

55). P. Erase index marks that are no longer required (.

P.56). Erase unnecessary files (. You can incorporate index marks into the voice files recorded with the recorder or IC recorders from Olympus only.

Erase unnecessary files (. P.51).

Up to 12 characters can be used for a folder name (.51). Error in the internal memory. FOLDER FULL OVER-FLOW Too many characters input COMMENT CAN’T BE ENTERED MEMORY ERROR File not supporting comment Error in the internal memory Tried to incorporate comments into WMA files. P. Reduce the number of characters within the limit.

Up to 100 characters can be used for a file comment (.61-63). P.

11 113 Alarm Message List . so go to the store where you purchased the recorder or an Olympus service station for repair. This is a malfunction. P.64). You can incorporate comments into the voice files recorded with the recorder or IC recorders from Olympus only.

Action This is a malfunction.Alarm Message List Message MEMORY TROUBLE Meaning Trouble in the internal memory Zero remaining memory Memory full. continue? Explanation Trouble in the internal memory. so go to the store where you purchased the recorder or an Olympus service station for repair. Erase unnecessary files (.

CONTINUE? START/END TIME SETTING CAN'T BE THE SAME NO FILE FORMAT ERROR Start/end time setting can’t be the same. MEMORY FULL. Reset by selecting “YES” or “NO” (. MEMORY FULL No remaining internal memory. No file Formatting error Same named file System error This time.51). P. start/end have set as same. There is no remaining memory for recording with reserved time.

Set the start/end again. There was an error while formatting the recorder’s memory.30). SAME NAME FILE EXISTS SYSTEM ERROR No files were found in the folder. Tried to create or store a file that has same name as a file in the folder. System error detected in the recorder. reset again after erasing the unnecessary file and securing the required remaining memory. P. Select another folder. If “NO” is selected. Reformat the memory (.

Contact the place of purchase or Olympus Service Center for repair. P. .68). This is a malfunction. 11 114 Alarm Message List Change the file name.

Troubleshooting Symptom Probable cause Action Verify polarity is correct. Replace with new batteries (.

P. Release the recorder from HOLD (.11).

P. Release the recorder from HOLD (.13).12.

12. Replace with new batteries (.13). P.

11). Erase unnecessary files (. P.

P. Adjust the VOL button. Unplug the earphones to use the internal speaker. Check another folder. Set the auto backspace review to “OFF” in the menu setting (.51).

Low remaining internal memory. The batteries are dead. Won’t start Unable to record The recorder is in HOLD mode. P. The auto backspace review is set to “1 SEC SKIP” or “2 SEC SKIP”.44). Nothing appears The batteries are not loaded properly. The recorder was shaken during recording. The VOL button is set to 0. on the display The batteries are dead. The recorder was placed near a cell phone or fluorescent lamp while recording or during playback. The microphone sensitivity is too low. No playback tone heard Does not reverse skip in the set skip interval Unable to erase Noise heard during playback Recording level too low Unable to set index marks The file is locked. Unlock the file (. The earphone is connected. The recorder is in HOLD mode. The maximum number of files has been reached.

P. Move the recorder. Set the microphone sensitivity to CONFERENCE mode and try again (. Troubleshooting The maximum number of index marks (16) has been reached.55). The file is locked.

P. Eras5e unnecessary index marks (.25).

56). Unlock the file (. P.

55). 11 115 . P.

The setting of the USB class is “AUDIO CLASS”. The noise cancellation function is set at “LOW” or “HIGH”.Troubleshooting Symptom Cannot find the recorded voice The playback speed does not change Can not connect to the computer using the cradle Probable cause Wrong folder. Set the noise cancellation function to “OFF” or return to normal playback (. Action Switch to the right folder.

P.47). Set the USB Class to “MASS STORAGE” in the menu setting of this recorder (.

11 116 Troubleshooting . P.111).

Noise-Cancellation monaural microphone: ME12 (Dictation microphone) Used to get crisp recordings of your own voice by reducing the effects of ambient noise. a headset and DSS Player software for easy transcription of DSS/WMA recordings. Plug adapter: PA3 A mini plug adapter to connect 2. This is useful microphone and suits for voice recognition.Accessories (optional) Stereo microphone: ME51S To create stereo recordings in WMA format with clear sound and reduced noise.5 mm mini-plug devices such as microphone to the recorder 3. Ni-MH Rechargeable Battery: BR401 High-efficiency rechargeable long life batteries. PC Transcription kit : AS-2300 The AS-2300 transcription kit provides you with a PC-footswitch. Ni-MH Rechargeable Battery Charger: BU-400 (Europe only) Charger for AA batteries (1 to 4) or 1 to 2 AAA batteries. Connecting cord: KA333 Use to connect the microphone jack of this unit to a radio or other sound source.5 mm mini-jack. Accessories (optional) 11 117 .

impedance 8Ω or more Maximum working output (3 V DC) 200 mW or more (8 Ω speaker) Input power requirement Rated voltage: 3 V Batteries: Two AAA batteries (LR03 or R03) or Two Ni-MH rechargeable batteries External dimensions 122.12 hours (Stereo) Approx.5 mm mini-jack. 10 hours (Stereo) Approx.5 mm mini-jack.14 hours (Monaural) Playback: Approx.1 kHz HQ mode: 44. 8 hours (Stereo) Approx.5 x 17. 9 hours (Monaural) Recording medium Internal memory: 64 MB Speaker Built-in ø23 mm round dynamic speaker MIC jack ø3. 11 hours (Monaural) Ni-MH Rechargeable Battery (BR-401) life Recording: Approx.000 Hz LP mode: 200 to 3.15 hours (Stereo) Approx.5 mm (without protrusions) Weight 80 g (including alkaline batteries) * Specifications and design are subject to change without notice.000 Hz Recording time STEREO HQ mode: 1 hours 5 minutes STEREO SP mode: 2 hours 10 minutes HQ mode: 4 hours 20 minutes SP mode: 10 hours 25 minutes LP mode: 22 hours 20 minutes Alkaline battery life Recording: Approx. * Battery life is measured by Olympus. It varies greatly according to the type of batteries used and the conditions of use.000 Hz STEREO SP mode: 100 to 8.5 x 37.18 hours (Monaural) Playback: Approx.Specifications Recording format DSS (Digital Speech Standard) WMA (Windows Media Audio) Input level –70 dBv Sampling frequency STEREO HQ mode: 44.1 kHz SP mode: 12 kHz LP mode: 8 kHz Overall frequency response STEREO HQ mode: 100 to 17.000 Hz SP mode: 200 to 5. 11 118 Specifications .1 kHz STEREO SP mode: 44. impedance 2kΩ or more EAR jack ø3.000 Hz HQ mode: 100 to 7.

United Kingdom Charged numbers for the Rest of Europe +49 180 567 1083 +49 40 23773 899 N User Support E-mail address in Europe dss.com N Technical Hotline Number in Europe Toll free number 00800 67 10 83 00 available for Austria. Spain.com 11 119 Technical Assistance and Support . and Canada 1-888-553-4448 N User Support E-mail address in the U. Netherlands. Sweden. France.support@olympus-europa. Luxemburg. Finland. Norway. Switzerland. Denmark. Italy. Germany.S.S. Portugal.Technical Assistance and Support The following are contact information for technical support for Olympus recorders and software only. Belgium. N Technical Hotline Number in the U. and Canada distec@olympus.

salud. Il marchio “CE” indica che questo prodotto è conforme alle norme della comunità europea per quanto riguarda la sicurezza. U. P2-BZ8069-01 AP0501 . NY 11747-9058. что этот продукт соответствует европейским требованиям по безопасности. 20097 Hamburg. U. health. 03-3340-2111 Two Corporate Center Drive.S. PO BOX 9058 Melville. 040-237730 (Letters) Postfach 10 49 08. medio ambiente y protección al consumidor. Shinjuku-ku. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference. Tel. NY 11747-9058. 2-8 Honduras Street.S. Germany. l’environnement et la protection du consommateur.A. Telephone Number: 800-622-6372 This device Complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Address: 2 Corporate Center Drive. Tel. Tested To Comply With FCC Standards FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE Canadian RFI This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus as set out in the Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.olympus. Знак "CE" обозначает. Tokyo 163-0914. Tel. L’indication “CE” signifie que ce produit est conforme aux exigences concernant la sécurité. tel que prevu dans les Reglements sur l’Interference Radio du Department Canadian des Communications. PO BOX 9058 Melville. Germany. la salute.A. environment and customer protection. Das „CE“ Zeichen bestätigt die übereinstimmung mit den Europäischen Bestimmungen für Betriebssicherheit und Umweltschutz. экологической безопасности и безопасности пользователя. including interference that may cause undesired operation. Cet apparail numerique ne depasse pas limits de Categorie B pour les emissions de gruit radio emanant d’appareils numeriques. “CE” mark indicates that this product complies with the European requirements for safety. United Kingdom. la santé.com Declaration of Conformity Model Number: DS-2 Trade Name: DIGITAL VOICE RECORDER Responsible Party: OLYMPUS IMAGING AMERICA INC. 1-800-622-6372 (Premises/Goods delivery) Wendenstrasse 14-18.Shinjuku Monolith. охране здоровья. London EC1Y 0TX. Japan. 20034 Hamburg. 020-7253-2772 http://www. l’ambiente e la protezione del consumatore. 3-1 Nishi-Shinjuku 2-chome. El distintivo “CE” indica que este producto cumple las exigencias europeas en materia de seguridad. Tel. and (2) this device must accept any interference received.

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