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Sony ICD-BX800 2 GB Flash Memory Digital Voice Recorder (Silver)

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  • 534 hours of recording time (LP mode)
  • Voice operated recording
  • Stereo recording with optional microphone
  • Stereo microphone jack
  • Selectable microphone sensitivity
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 2.3 x 7.9 inches ; 6.7 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00387E5AS
  • Item model number: ICDBX800
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (121 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,172 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 25, 2010

Product Description

Keep track of your random thoughts and important memos. The ICD-BX800 digital voice recorder provides up to 534 hours of recording capacity via 2GB flash memory. An ultra-lightweight design and selectable microphone sensitivity make this voice recorder the perfect travel companion. It's also equipped with voice operated recording which starts and stops recording automatically, and Dictation Correction which allows your recording to be overwritten during playback to replace any incorrect information. Additional features include digital pitch control, A-B repeat function, stereo microphone jack, and alarm function.

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Customer Reviews

Recordings are inside the unit and can't be copied to the computer.
Janasso
The recordings are clear, even when the speaker is not a loud speaker.
That_Chic_Erin
This recorder is very easy to use and the sound quality is very good.
Lorraine M Boardwine

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

255 of 261 people found the following review helpful By A. A Lam on May 28, 2010
I know I have to do this justice because I've been looking for a decent review of this product for the last hour. This is my first digital audio recorder and it's pretty amazing this simple gadget has so many functions.

I like the VOR function where it will automatically stop recording once the person stops talking. I'm using this for audio dictation so it's useful when the person talking will pause. It also has 534 hours of recording time which is much more than I can use but happy to have access to. For a first time user, this rocks because I used to use tapes and they suck. Now that I've gone digital I can have access to clear audio with all the cool functions I may need.

I promised I wouldn't go crazy over a fancy one because my needs were very basic and it didn't justify to over $100 price range.

The only drawback was lack of a USB port to connect to my computer but in fact I don't need it because I'm using it for my own dictation which do not demand a audio to text application. Also, the audio does not need to be shared through a digital file.

Overall, if you are looking for a budget recorder and don't want to buy into the salesman upselling you, then go for this one. You will not be disappointed.
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142 of 146 people found the following review helpful By Chevy55SC on September 22, 2010
I purchased mine at Walmart and after learning all it's features I have to say I'm extremely impressed.

1) This can connect to your PC via a mini male RCA pin on each end of the wire. The same wire you would use for an MP3 player.

2) Connect from recorder's earplug to your PC'S input on laptops (sound-card on Desktops) and Record "What You Hear". Of course you can control the bit-rate of the recording if you choose to.

3) You can also play it through your car stereo if it has an auxiliary input, many cars today do. Use the same wire you would use for an MP3 player.

4) You can make a recording and set an alarm to it to go off daily, weekly, etc. I made one screaming at myself to get out of bed and get to work. Even if it's off and the hold key is set to hold, the alarm still goes off daily.

5) I recorded a live 50's band just having the unit on our table and was really surprised how clear the recording was when I played it back in my car, the drums cymbal's were surprisingly accurate.

6) I enjoy the different folders and once you use them they're great to have.

7) You can also connect an auxiliary stereo microphone and record stereo and it will play back in stereo using an auxiliary source that's plays stereo. Make sure you have an RCA mini stereo plug.

8) When recording do not place it near anything that generates radio frequencies such as a PC or cell phone when transmitting, you will hear background noise if you do.

9) Batteries appear to last forever and in closing, I find this mini recorder absolutely amazing and considering all the features it has and its capabilities it truly is an amazing little recorder for its price.
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195 of 207 people found the following review helpful By Ed in Oklahoma on January 12, 2011
For several years now, Sony has offered several audio recorders in this style, and also more expensive versions like the ICD-PX820. One of the most important features has been a USB port that allowed you to download recordings to your PC using Sony software. It's a very logical feature, much the same as being able to download images from a digital camera to your PC. After I got the ICD-BX800 to the office where I use it, I was shocked to see the USB port was gone. This means you have no way to permanently store audio recordings. I can't imagine what the engineers at Sony were thinking. I may have to take this back and spend a lot more money for another recorder that allows me to keep copies of my recordings. This is really a critical flaw. Unfortunately, I cannot recommend this product at all.
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54 of 58 people found the following review helpful By That_Chic_Erin on July 15, 2010
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This recorder is not the most sophisticated one on the market, but it does the job very well. I needed a basic recorder and this one is just that. The recordings are clear, even when the speaker is not a loud speaker. As long as you do not need to be able to load your recordings onto a computer, this recorder will be quite efficient for recording lectures, conversations, or what ever else you need the device for.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By C. Swenson on July 1, 2011
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This is from the Sony website

Using a mini plug cable, plug one end of the cable to the Headphone jack on the IC recorder.

Plug the other end of the cable into the Microphone jack on the computer.

Open the Sound Recorder window and then click record .

If using Windows® XP operating system:

Click the Start button, point to All Programs , point to Accessories ,point to Entertainment , and click Sound Recorder .

Verify the sound level is turned on by clicking on the volume icon from your taskbar. If the volume control is set to MUTE , you will not be able to record anything.

Click the Record icon.

If using Windows Vista® operating system:

Click the Start button, click All Programs , click Accessories , and then click Sound Recorder .

Verify the sound level in the Volume Mixer by clicking on the volume icon from your taskbar. If the volume mixer is set to MUTE , you will not be able to record anything.

Click the Start Recording button.

Press PLAY on the IC recorder to start the playback of the messages to be recorded on the computer.
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