IC RecorderThe zooming effect of the zoom mic, which is used to zero in on specific voices, has been enhanced in the frequency range of the human voice. This allows it to suppress ambient sounds and record the target sound. By using the stand that comes with the IC recorder, the sound collecting ability of the zoom mic on the back of the recorder can be increased to further strengthen the zoom effect.Depending on whether it is being used for dictation, discussion, or a lesson, the recorder can be changed to Zoom-Normal or Manual, and the optimal recording position can be selected, to ensure the best recording of the target sound. With Zoom Mode; Suppresses surrounding sounds while directly catching the target sound. With Normal Mode; A wide range of sound is picked up, so very little gets missed. With Manual Mode; Freely settable to match the situationRecording with Low-noise Amplifier; The target sound is sometimes difficult to hear because electrical noise from the amp mixes in with the sounds picked up by the microphone. Panasonic helps ensure clear recorded sounds by using an amp that minimises electrical noise. Playback with 330mW Output; Panasonic IC recorders use an internal speaker and 330-mW output to provide powerful playback. You can also use the listening method that best matches your needs. Use the speaker when listening with a group of people, and use earphones when you are listening alone.
Features Built-in Zoom Microphone yes Capacity of Flash Memory 512MB Security Function yes PC Link Function / USB Terminal Yes (USB 2.0) Long Recording Time Monaural SLP Mode: 142h 50m Number of Recording Files (max.) Voice 99 files x 4 folders Music 999 files x 1 folder Easy Recording Setting ZOOM, NORMAL, MANUAL Digital VAS Function yes Recording Modes XP/ LP/ SLP Speed Control 5 steps Recording Format MP3 Recording Sound (Stereo/Monaural) Monaural Jack Ext. MIC. yes Headphone/Earphone yes Speaker Built-in Speaker 20mm/ 8ohms Standard Accessory USB Cable yes Power Output Power 330mW Battery AAA x 2 Battery Life (for Recording) 45h (Monaural SLP mode)