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Sony ICD-ST25 Portable Digital Voice Recorder

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  • Flash Memory Built-In 32MB
  • PC Connectivity with USB cable
  • 696 minutes of recording time
  • Digital Voice-Up function increases the volume of the person speaking when recorded at a distance
  • 5 file folders provide separate message areas
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Product Description

Product Description

695Min Voice Recorder - Digital voice recorder- Record meetings, lectures, dictate letters, memos, reports- Stereo recording- High quality sound- PC connect with USB cable- Windows XP/2000/Me/98 compatible- 695 Minutes (11.5 hours) max record time- Full function dictating machine- Compatible with Dragon Naturally Speaking voice to print (VTP) software (NOT included)- Multiple recording modes (stereo 85 minutes, SP 260 minutes, LP 695 minutes)- Built-in multi-directional microphone- Includes digital voice editor software on CD-ROM- In-line controls: record/pause, stop, play/stop/rew/ff/menu/folder, volume control, USB - Digital pitch control- Overwrite function (correction)- Add recording function- 5 File folders- Priority function- Voice email function- 32 MB built-in flash memory- stereo earphone/microphone jacks- Up to 495 recordings (99 per folder)- Alarm playback function- Digital voice-up function- Directional mic mode- Digital voice operated recording- Low battery indicator icon- Large display- 2 AAA batteries included- USB cable included- Carrying case included- Compact, discreet design- Silver- Dimensions: 4"l x 1.75"w x .75"h- Display dimensions: 1"l x .75"w

From the Manufacturer

Enjoy up to 696 minutes of recording time with the new ICD-ST25 Digital Voice Recorder. Utilize One Button Play from Record, Incremental Rewind (Easy Search), Advanced Digital VOR (Voice Operated Recording), and the Record Pause Function for easy recording wherever you are. Small enough to fit in your pocket, the ICD-ST25 Digital Voice Recorder is the perfect choice for your personal or professional recording needs.

What's in the boc

PC Download Software, "AAA" Battery x 2, Carrying Case, Earphone MDR-ED228LP, USB Cable RK-G136


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B0001YFYLU
  • Item model number: ICDST25
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #187,189 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 1, 2004

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Battery life is good.
Gary in Va
I'm use to having the major buttons be record, play, rewind, fast forward, next file.
Doc
The control buttons are not great but acceptable for voice quality and easy to use.
Customer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By James H. Lui on September 24, 2004
Buttons are very small, so large handed/fingered people might have trouble with them. Nice sound quality on SP (7 hr); LP (15 hr) is the usual MP3 on low resolution warble, ST is pretty good, but creates pretty bulky mono-sounding files, unless you're using external stereo mics, or a stereo line-in. 5 user folders for sorting - can do Add or Overwrite, but takes about 2-3 clicks to change the mode. Display normally stays on, but it's like a digital watch with a backlight. Sound output is quite audible for a little wafer speaker.

Bought as a replacement for a micro-cassette, and used for vocal presentation preparation, so I like the scan/review features and the variable speed playback. Vocal-Up does a modest job of basically compressing the input to equalize amplitude (think of it as auto-gain).

Delicate refers to the overall feel in that it's pretty much all plastic, and I'm worried about dropping it and having a lot of damage from a fall. But that's what one gets for the price, and the size (which is like a couple of matchboxes stacked vertically).
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Gary in Va on January 28, 2005
Works great for voice recording. Records hours of lectures.

Upload to computer works great and you can scroll anywhere into the recording to listen to segments. As you scroll just look at the time to decide what part to review. Battery life is good. The buttons work ok for me.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Customer on August 28, 2005
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I've used mine for classes, just asked permission from professors. The voice quality is great even from the back rows. Sometimes, I used external mic to boost the voice. When I listened with accompanied ear bud, it's like noise cancellation one, I heard like the professors were talking into my ears! I used SP (standard) mode... just enough for a 3-hours class.

The control buttons are not great but acceptable for voice quality and easy to use. You can see how much more memory or battery power left.

This recorder costs about an IT or business text book so I'm happy for mine. For my experiences, this is very helpful for evening classes, when I was sleepy and unable to catch up everything. The greatest time was in my philosphy class, the professor talked too much and I needed them for writing assignments. Just be sure to save files in your PC and you'll appreciate them when the professors assigned take home exams
;-).

I also recommend to use rechargeable AAAs. Happy recording!

ps. I don't recommend for bandle, such as with Dragon software. That software needs to be trained with voices (several hours) to transcribe what you recorded. If you're planning to transcribe your lectrues, you'll need your professors' voices to train that softare. How can you get your professors?
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15 of 20 people found the following review helpful By JJProma on December 23, 2004
I returned this, after really trying hard to like it. I have large hands, and, the buttons were so small I kept hitting the wrong ones. Further, you have to delicately push back and forth one switch to go from function to function; I don't mean up and down length-wise, but, perpendicular to the layout of the switch, which is extremely counter-intuitive. Also, I could not accept having to toggle through several menu windows just to allow me to erase part of what I was dictating. I really wanted to simply use this like an old fashioned microcassette: forward, backward, erase mistakes and dictate over, but, also have the luxury of voice recognition. It flat-out did not work. Try something else!
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