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Sony Digital Flash Voice Recorder

  • Model: ICDPX333
  • Digital
  • Voice Activation
  • 1,037 Hours
  • Real Time Digital Counter
  • 2 AAA Cells Required
Special financing available (subject to credit approval)
Recording Medium
Digital
Voice Activation
Voice Activation
Recording Capacity
1,037 Hours
Recording Counter
Real Time Digital Counter
Battery Requirement
2 AAA Cells Required
Other Features
PC & Mac Compatible, 4GB, Expanded recording time with optional Micro SD Card Up to 16GB [Over 4000 hours] Scene Select to simplify setting up the recorder: Music - Meeting Interview - Dictation Intelligent "Noise Cut" for clear speech playback Track Mark function- up to 98 / recording Records in MP3 Multi Language support Stereo Recording with optional external microphone
Shipping Weight
1 lb
Warranty Terms - Parts
3 Months
Warranty Terms - Labor
3 Months
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Sony Digital Flash Voice Recorder
 
4.5

(based on 2 reviews)

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5.0

An amazing little device

By Becco

from Undisclosed

Comments about Sony Digital Flash Voice Recorder:

It gives me a great deal of pleasure with convenience and ease of use.

(17 of 18 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Just Checked It Out

By jandbrare

from The Villages, FL

Comments about Sony Digital Flash Voice Recorder:

I've played with the Sony ICD-AX412, today. It's nice. But, Sony advertises a backlit screen provision, which I've not found? Also, it is not as "ready" as my old Olympus VN-480PC, which begins recording from an "Off" status by simply pressing the "Rec" button. The Sony requires that an On/Off switch be used and that you wait while memory is processed...sometimes 10 seconds if there is a Micro SD card installed. I suspect the recording quality of the Sony will be better.

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