The ICD-PX312 is a mid-range digital voice recorder offered by Sony. Its intended purposes are varied, and include possibilities like recording live music, lectures and notes. One main feature is a 2GB onboard flash memory drive, combined with the ability to use memory cards for more storage. Sony estimates that the 2GB capacity should hold up to 530 hours of continuous recorded audio. Another feature is an automatic "Intelligent Noise Cut' feature that greatly reduces background noise. Other features include Voice Operated Recording technology, a built-in speaker and an easy-to-read display. This recorder is compact and portable, and it uses AAA batteries - two are required, but they are included with the unit. A single set of batteries allows for about 72 hours of usage.
- Built-in 2 GB flash memory
- Memory card expansion slot (microSD and M2)
- Records in MP3 (320 kbps-8 kbps)
- Approximately 72 Hours of battery life (recording)
- Uses USB 2.0 Mini-B to connect to computers
- Easy-to-read display
- Simple one-button recording
- USB connecting cable
- IC Recorder
- Application Software
- Sound Organizer (CD-ROM)
- LR03 (size AAA) Alkaline batteries (2)
- Operating Instructions
Headphone Output(s) : 1 (Minijack, Stereo), Microphone Input : 1 (Minijack, Stereo) and USB Port(s) : 1 (Mini-B jack), High-Speed USB Compatible.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a pause button or pause mode?
The pause button is the same as the record button. So if you're recording and want to pause the recording, just press the record button again to stop.
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- Flash Memory 2 GB
- Battery Life 72 Hours of battery life (recording)
- System Requirements Mac, Windows
- USB USB 2.0
- Compatible Memory Cards MicroSD
- Batteries 2 AAA batteries required. (included)