User Manual TuneTalk Stereo for iPod with video ™ ® Introduction...
Introduction Congratulations and thank you for purchasing this innovative product from Belkin mobility. Please review this User Manual carefully in order to get the best performance from your TuneTalk Stereo for iPod with video. Package Includes: Compact iPod not included...
Using the TuneTalk Stereo To select the recording quality: From the iPod menu, select “Extras > Voice Memos > Quality”. Pressing the “Select” button will toggle between Low (22.05kHz, mono) or High (44.1kHz, stereo). To record: 1. Connect the TuneTalk to the bottom of the iPod. The “Record” function will launch when you do this.
Using the TuneTalk Stereo Mini-B Auto-Gain 3.5mm Auxiliary USB Port Switch Stereo Input 3.5mm Auxiliary Stereo Input The auxiliary input can be used with any line-level input, such as amplified microphones or other audio devices. The TuneTalk Stereo also provides three-volt (3V) “plug-in power” for use with an external microphone.
Using the TuneTalk Stereo Quick Memo Button By pressing the “Quick Memo” button on the left side of the TuneTalk Stereo, the iPod will automatically go to the “record” screen, no matter where you are in the iPod menu system, unless a recording is already in progress.
Using the TuneTalk Stereo To play a recording: Select “Extras > Voice Memos” and choose the recording. Recordings are listed by date and time recorded. Recordings are saved in a “Recordings” folder on the iPod in WAV file format. To transfer recordings to your Windows®-based computer: Your iPod must be enabled for use as a hard drive.
Using the TuneTalk Stereo Insert the TuneTalk Stereo Extended connector Connect the included USB into the iPod provides compatibility with cable to the bottom of the dock connector. a case. Use the adapter TuneTalk Stereo to power when used without a case. and/or sync your iPod from any powered USB port.
Troubleshooting The audio recording is distorted or clipping. Make sure you are using the correct gain setting. Review the chart on page 3 for optimal recording setting. There are clicks and other background sounds in my microphone recordings. To store and access data, your iPod uses a hard drive. By nature, hard drives make audible sounds when they function.
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