Don't miss a word. With up to 300 hours of recording time on the built-in 512MB digital voice recorder, the ICD-B600 makes it easy to capture class lectures, business meetings or even your own memos.
From the Manufacturer
With 512 MB of built-in memory, the Sony ICDB600 Digital Voice Recorder captures up to 300 hours of audio. An ideal device to record class lectures, business meetings, interviews, and even your own memos, the ICDB600 features simple function buttons on the front for easy operation. Features include selectable microphone sensitivity for adjusting the recording levels to your specific needs, three recording modes (LP, SP, and HQ) and four message folders for organizing your messages (up to 396 separate messages). Also included is a voice activated recording (VOR) mode for added recording convenience, and a large, easy-to-ready LCD screen to keep tabs on the number of messages recorded, recording length, date, time, and battery life. The VOR stops the recording during silent pauses then begins recording again without missing a single syllable thanks to the built-in digital buffer. Other features include a 250mW speaker for clear listening of your recorded files and a date and time stamp that lets you see what day and time you recorded a message. This recorder is powered by two AAA batteries (included).
What's in the Box
Digital voice recorder and two AAA batteries.