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Recording menu [Rec Menu]
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Selecting the recording sensitivity
[Rec Level]
You can change the recording level
(sensitivity) as needed for your recording
application.
[High]:
The highest recording sensitivity.
Suited to recording lectures, large
conferences and other applications
with distant or quiet sound sources.
[Middle]:
Suitable for recording in a meeting
with a small number of people.
[Low]:
The lowest sensitivity, this level is
suitable for dictation.
[Manual]:
You can adjust the recording to any of
30 levels.
TIP
When you wish to record a speaking
voice clearly, set [Rec Level] to [Low],
and place the voice recorder’s built-in
microphone near the speaker’s mouth
(5 to 10 cm away).
NOTE
When [Rec Level] is set to [High],
[Middle] or [Low], the recording level is
adjusted automatically.
Excessively loud sound input may
generate noise regardless of whether
[Rec Level] is set to [High], [Middle]
or [Low].
Adjusting the recording level
1 Adjust the recording level by
pressing the 9 or 0 button
during recording or when
recording is paused.
Increasing the [Rec Level] number
increases the recording level and
extends the level meter indicator
position.
NOTE
Setting the voice recorder to [Manual]
disables the limiter function. If [OVER]
is displayed, the recorded audio will be
distorted. Adjust the recording level so
that [OVER] is not displayed.
Recording menu [Rec Menu]
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