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VXI-Voice It VT300 Personal Note Digital Voice Recorder


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  • Ultra-compact personal voice recorder
  • Records up to 5 minutes of messages
  • Less than a half-inch thick, weighs only 2 ounces
  • Stores messages on 4 channels
  • Flash memory protects against data loss
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Product Details

Product Manual [87kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 3.5 x 2.2 x 0.4 inches ; 1.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0000501EJ
  • Item model number: VT300
  • Batteries 1 AAA batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #156,363 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 24, 2000

Product Description

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There's no need to lug around a bulky notebook or message pad with the VXI Voice It VT300 personal voice recorder. This device records up to 5 minutes of notes with flash memory, which protects against data loss if the battery runs out. This recorder is easy to carry, weighing only 2 ounces and measuring 3.5 by 2.25 by 0.5 inches. Its features include four channels for sorting messages, a keypad lock, two erase options, two play options, and skip-forward and -reverse buttons. It runs on one AAA battery, which is included and lasts up to six months.

The VXI Voice It VT300 comes with a visor holder with clip for mounting in your car. It has a 90-day limited warranty.


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Customer Reviews

Very light in weight.
bungie21401
Yes it's more expensive (about 3x) but for all the extra features and one less device to carry around its well worth it.
J. Michael Schultz
It was easy to operate and small enough to fit in your front shirt pocket without any bulk.
Magellan

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By A. Steinberg on December 13, 2002
As a songwriter/general idea person -- one with a terrible memory -- this was a great little machine. Simple (I don't need multiple folders or shuffle play) and really small. However, like all the VoiceIt models, it has one major flaw, and that is that the buttons protrude -- they stick out. This means that keys in your pocket or the side of a desk you lean against can press the "play" button, and it's very embarrassing when your pocket starts talking! Worse, on more than one occasion, the "erase all" button was pressed and I lost everything. It doesn't take a genius to see this is a bad design, but these guys turned out several models with the same problems. I recommend against any brand that has a protruding "erase" button.
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By fdoamerica on August 17, 2003
Almost two years ago I wrote a review on the VT300. I recently bought another (I'm sold on these great thought catchers) and found that VXI has moved to a AAA battery. A significant (and cheeper) advance over the four CR-2025 lithium batteries!
Like most harried Americans I have a life on the run. I find myself always in need of a scrap of paper and a pen to jot down fleeing thoughts. "Voice It" has helped simplified my beleaguered world by giving me the quick ability to capture my retreating memories.
The VT300 is a solid performer, and the battery life has improved significantly over the first VXI models. The sound quality is better, its playback volume (though not adjustable) is sufficient and the microphone sensitivity is appropriate.
I like the layout of the buttons. They are tactical and easily felt when driving or in the dark of night. I often leave my VT300 by my bed side where I can reach pick it up and capture my last thought before sleep. I also found the "Voice It" to be a great device for recording your dreams in the middle of the night.
I found the recorder to be most durable. I have sat on it, dropped it and spit coffee on it yet like the bunny, it runs and runs.
I commend buying "Voice It 300", over the VT90, as the difference in price is slight ([amt]). For those, like me, with porous memories, this very small, easy to use, pocket recorder will be continually used. Highly Recommended
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By tgi on February 4, 2002
I, too, upgraded from the VT-90 to the VT-300 for the extra time capacity. I also prefer not having to shop for foolish watch battery sizes. Standard AAA's are MUCH easier to find and last a lot longer. A volume control would be nice, since playback is loud, and that sucks battery life fast! Talking quieter into the unit improves the loudness, but fidelity fades along with it.
BUT -- my biggest gripe is the cheap buttons. They gradually deteriorated over time, either failing to connect or bouncing (start-and-stop recording immediately), missing the recording repeatedly. Now, I can't even get it to operate 1 time out of 30 button presses.
The BEST feature is how compact it is. Nobody else has one that even comes close in size. Too bad they didn't design a better keypad.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By fdoamerica on January 14, 2002
I up graded to the VT300 from a "Voice It" VT90. The extended recording time was the main reason. Like most harried Americans I have a life on the run. I find myself always in need of a scrap of paper and a pen to jot down fleeing thoughts. "Voice It" has helped simplified my beleaguered world by giving me the quick ability to capture my retreating memories. Now, when I have a `brain burp', and need to remember that which I will undoubtable forget, I just grab this little black device, punch record, and retain that brilliant thought that will bring forth the next great invention for our generation - like "buy T.P.."
The VT300 is a solid performer, and the battery life has improved significantly over the first models. The sound quality is adequate, its playback volume (though not adjustable) is sufficient and the microphone sensitivity is appropriate. I like the layout of the buttons. They are tactical and easily felt when driving or in the dark of night. I often leave my VT300 by my bed side where I can reach pick it up and capture my last thought before sleep. I also found the "Voice It" to be a great device for recording your dreams in the middle of the night.
I found the recorder to be most durable. I have sat on it, dropped it and spit coffee on it yet like the bunny, it runs and runs.
I commend buying "Voice It 300", over the VT90, as the difference in price is slight ([amt]). For those, like me, with porous memories, this very small, easy to use, pocket recorder will be continually used. Recommended
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By J. Falconer on January 9, 2001
This little gadget is about as useful as can be. Small enough to carry all the time; long life battery, long message lengths, digital design w/no moving parts. They finally put in a battery (1 AAA) you can find anywhere, eliminating the one pain previous models had...an impossible to find AAAA battery. If you hate written notes all over the place, can't stand to carry today's 'fashion' bulky planners, then this is the item for you. Well worth the small investment, and would earn 5 stars except for the limited places of purchase nation-wide.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Brian Bullock on May 19, 2001
I was given a VT 300 for Christmas. After some 20 - 25 short messages and 5 months later the unit failed to respond. I tried replacing the batteries ( 5 times with brand new Duracells) but to no avail. Upon calling VXI, the customer rep told me to initialize the unit, again to no avail. She further told me since the unit was older than 3 months she could do nothing. And NOTHING VXI did! Well a 3 - 5 month performance for the price IS NOT good for me. VXI keep your indifferent attitudes, your clearly inferior products and my money. Good bye!
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