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ing time and date
Erase in Date
[ Cancel ]i ss e l e c t e da n d
/OK ( . )b u t t o ni s
r e s s e d ,t h er e c o r d e rr e t u r n s
to the stop mode.
ase Erase in Date
opera tions are performed for 8 s econds, the rec order returns t o the stop mode.
I tm a yt a k ef o rm o r et h a n1 0s e c o n d st oc o m p l e t et h ep r o c e s s i n g .D on o tr e m o v e
a t t e r i e sw h i l ep r o c e s s i n g .T h ed a t am a yb ec o r r u p t e d .
Check the battery level beforehand to ensure that th at the bat teries do not run out
Pre ss SEARCH /
than 1 second.
Pre ss 0 or 9 to
highlight the item you
want to set
to set a d
The clock will start from the set date and time.
) button according to
the time signal.
Check the time and date settings before using
the product again if it is left unused for long
periods of time.
Safe and proper usage
not leav e the recorder in hot, humid locations such as inside
automobile under direct sunlight or on the beach in the
not store the recorder in places exposed to excessiv e moisture or
not use organic solvents such as alc ohol and lacquer thinner to
not place the recorder on top of or near electric appliances such
TVs or refrigerators.
void recording or playing back near cellular phones or other
as they ma y cause in ter ference and noise. If
experience noise, move t o another place , or move the recorder
from such equipment.
void sand or dirt. These can cause irreparable damage.
void strong vibrations or shocks.
not disassemble, repair or modif y the unit yourse lf.
not operate the unit while operating a vehicle ( such as a bicycle,
ycle, or go - car t).
the unit out of the reach of chil dren.
arning regarding data loss>
c ontent in memory may be destroyed or erased by
unit m alf unction, or during repair work.
important recorded cont ent, we recommend you to write it down
liability for p assive damages or damage of any k ind occurred due
data loss incurred b y a defect of the product, repair performed by
part y other than Olympus or an Olympus authorized serv ice
any other reasons is exc luded from Olympus’ s liability.
should never be exposed to flame, heat, short-circuited or
store batteries where they will be ex posed to direc t sunlight,
or subjected to
high temperatures in a hot vehicle, near a heat
ni n g:
not solder lead wires or terminals directly onto a bat tery or
not connect the
and - terminals together . This may cause fire,
or electric shock.
carrying or storing the batteries, be sure to put them in the
case to protect t heir term inals. Do not carry or store the
an y metal objects (s uch as key rings ).
this warning is n ot followed, f ire, overheating or elec tric shock may
not insert the batteries with their = and - terminals re versed.
any liquid from a bat tery gets into your eyes, promptly wash it of f
clean water and con sult your doctor at once.
not attempt to re charge alkaline, lithium or any other non-
er use any batteries with a torn or cracked outer cover .
batteries out of the reach of children.
you notice an y thing unusual when using this product such as
se, heat, smoke, or a burning odor:
remove the batteries immediately while being c areful not to burn
call your dealer or local Olympus representative for service.
not expose the batteries to water . Do not allow water to con tac t
not remove or damage the batteries insulati ng she et.
not use the batteries if you find something wrong with them such
c olor change or deformity .
the charger if the charging is still incomplete after the
d t ime it should take .
any batteries liquid get on sk in or clothing, promptly wash it
off with clean
batteries away from fire.
not subject batteries to strong shocks.
using rechargeable bat teries that have not been use d for a
sure to recharge them before u se.
bat teries have a limited lifetime. When the operating
becomes shorter ev en if the rechargeable battery is fully
the specified condit ion, replace it with a ne w one.
: The p ower ca nno t be tu rne d on.
1 : • Batteries are exhausted.
Batteries are inserted incorrectly .
Check = and - before insertin g new batteries.
T erminals are soiled.
Clea n th em wi th a d r y clo th .
Nothing happens when a but ton is pressed.
• The POWER swi tch i s set t o [ OFF /HOLD ] pos it ion .
Slide the POWER swi tch t o th e [ ON ] p osi ti on.
No so und o r qui et s oun d is he ard f rom t he sp ea ker
The earphone plug is plugged into the recorder .
The vo lum e is s et to t he l ow leve l.
Recording is not possible.
By p res sin g th e
- ) bu tt on:
Check if the display shows [ Memor y F ull].
Check if the display shows [ Maximum File Size is
Delete unnecessary files before recording. A maxi-
f 99 f il es ca n be re co rde d in a day.
The p layb ack s pe ed i s too f ast (sl ow).
The r eco rde r is se t to fa st (slow) Pl aybac k.
Use th e
Y SPEED bu tt on to s et to n orm al pl ay-
Built-in f lash memory (2 GB)
frequenc y: HQ mode: 7 0 t o 7 ,900 Hz
e: 70 to 4,7 0 0 Hz
Guide to recording
times: H Qm o d e :A p p r o x .9 8h .
mode: Approx. 20 2 h.
: Electret C ondenser Microphone (monaural)
Built-in ø 36 mm round dynamic speaker
wer: 18 0 mW
Earphone jack (
ø 3.5 mm
diameter , impedance 8 Ω or more
wo AAA (L R0 3 ) ba tter ies
Guide to alkaline batter y life
During recording mode
approx. 80 h.
During playback mode
approx. 21 h.
approx. 21 h.
During playback mode
approx. 45 h.
approx. 49 h.
9 5( L )m mx5 0( W )m mx1 8 . 2( T )m m
protrusio ns )
t: 78 g (including bat tery)
rature: 0°C - 42 °C
life is measured by Olympus. I t varies greatly according to the
type of batteries used and the conditions of use.
our recorded contents are for your personal use or pleasure only. It is
prohibited to rec
ord copyrighted material without permission of the
copyright holders according
to copyright law .
and design are subjec t to change without notice for
improvement of performance.
o delete all files
ic date, press
o switch to
the date display
t the f ile you want to delet e and stop playback before hand.
h en u m b e ro ff i l e st ob e
h ed a t eo fa l lt h ef i l e st o
After deletion, files are
, and the recorder
stops at the beginning of
the next file.
with rec orde d files
file cannot be
Time & Date
will be easier b
Recommended settings by recording condition
with a lot of
for lessons and
Changing the recording mode
0 and 9 b u t t o n st os w i t c hr e c o r d i n gm o d e s .
Changing the displa
0 and 9 buttons to select the display language.
urning the beep On/ Of f
0 and 9 b u t t o n st ot u r nt h e
sound On/O .