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ICR-B5000, Issue Number 1, Printed in China



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  • Page 1 INSTRUCTION MANUAL ICR-B5000 Digital Voice Recorder 1AD6P1P1737-A ICR-B5000, Issue Number 1, Printed in China ENGLISH...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    ENGLISH CONTENTS Accessories .................... 2 Precautions .................... 2 Controls ....................3 Power Supply ..................5 MultiMediaCard ................... 6 Before Operation ..................7 Adjusting the Date and Time ..............8 Selecting the Folder and Menu .............. 9 Recording ..................... 13 Editing the Recorded Data ..............15 Playback ....................
  • Page 3: Accessories

    Case x 1 MultiMediaCard x 1 USB cable x 1 Foot control for PC (PC Transcription Kit: SANYO Model No. FS-B5000, option) PRECAUTIONS • Never remove the MultiMediaCard while operating the unit. This will damage the MultiMediaCard, recorded contents and the unit.
  • Page 4: Controls

    CONTROLS 1. Earphone jack (EAR) 2. Recording indicator 3. External microphone jack (MIC) 4. Built-in microphone 5. Operation switch (DICT, STOP, PLAY, REV) 6. Control button (VOLUME, TIME/SET, MENU/ FOLDER) 7. Fast forward/Rewind buttons (E, F) 8. Create file/Pause button (CREATE FILE) 9.
  • Page 5 15. Power switch (POWER) 16. Record mode switch (REC MODE) 17. Playback speed control switch (SPEED CONTROL) 18. Battery compartment 19. External DC jack (EXT DC 3V, bottom of the unit) Display 1. Record mode indicator 3 4 5 6 2.
  • Page 6: Power Supply

    FOR DETAILED INFORMATION, CONTACT YOUR LOCAL COUNTY SOLID WASTE AUTHORITY. AC adaptor Connect the AC adaptor (SANYO Model No. 3CV-120US, not supplied) to the EXT DC 3V jack. (The batteries are automatically disconnected and the battery indicator does not light.) •...
  • Page 7: Multimediacard Tm

    MultiMediaCard Inserting the MultiMediaCard 1. Open the MultiMediaCard com- partment lid. 2. Check the edge of the card and insert the card as shown in the illustration. 3. Close the lid. Removing the MultiMediaCard 1. Slide the POWER switch (back of the unit) to the OFF position. 2.
  • Page 8: Before Operation

    BEFORE OPERATION POWER Turning the power on and off Slide the POWER switch to the ON position to turn on the power. The unit is now in stand-by mode. Example: Author name USER-01 Folder name 1/ 1 Current file number Total file number To turn off the power, slide the POWER switch to the OFF position in the stop mode.
  • Page 9: Adjusting The Date And Time

    ADJUSTING THE DATE AND TIME 1. Press and hold the MENU/FOLDER button down at least 2 seconds in the stop mode. “AUTHOR” appears. 2. Press the MENU/FOLDER button repeatedly until the date and time display appears. INDEX/ Example: + VOLUME – CANCEL 0:00 TIME/SET...
  • Page 10: Selecting The Folder And Menu

    SELECTING THE FOLDER AND MENU Selecting the folder Press the MENU/FOLDER button briefly in the stop mode. Each time the button is pressed, the display changes as follows: FOLDER v FOLDER MENU/FOLDER FOLDER w FOLDER ALARM Note: After a few seconds, it returns to the stand-by mode on the selected folder display.
  • Page 11 2. Press the MENU/FOLDER button repeatedly to select the desired menu. Each time the button is pressed, the display changes as follows: AUTHOR EDIT Date and time ALARM INDEX/ + VOLUME – CANCEL TIME/SET MENU/ REC TIME FOLDER BEEP ERASE GUARD 12/24 LCD LEVEL 3.
  • Page 12 Various menu modes AUTHOR (Selecting ID number/Author name) ID01/USER-01 ~ ID99/USER-99 Note: Author name is automatically created. EDIT (Selecting edit mode) OVER WRITE: Overwirte recording INSERT: Insertion recording (“INSERT” appears on the display.) Date and time (See “ADJUSTING THE DATE AND TIME” on page 8.) ALARM (Selecting alarm mode) OFF: No alarm sound ON: Alarm sound (“...
  • Page 13 REC TIME (Selecting recording time mode) SP: For standard recording LP: For long time recording HQ: For high-quality recording Approximate Recording Times Type (Memory Size) TIME 16MB 32MB 64MB 128MB 1 hr. 5 min. 2 hr. 10 min. 4 hr. 20 min. 8 hr.
  • Page 14: Recording

    RECORDING 1. Slide the REC MODE switch to the REC MODE desired recording mode. DICT (Dictating): “REC MODE DICT” appears briefly and “ ” appears on the dis- play. CONF (Conference): “REC MODE CONF” appears briefly and “ ” appears on the display.
  • Page 15 Notes: • The unit can record up to file number 99 for each folder (except ALARM folder). • “ F E ” shows the memory capacity of the card. • When the recording time is full, “MEMORY FULL” appears briefly. In this case, erase unnecessary files.
  • Page 16: Editing The Recorded Data

    EDITING THE RECORDED DATA Overwrite recording Note: Previous recorded material will be erased. 1. Select the “OVER WRITE” edit Operation mode. (See “SELECTING THE switch FOLDER AND MENU” on page 9.) 2. Play back the file. (See “PLAYBACK” on page 16.) 3.
  • Page 17: Playback

    PLAYBACK 1. Slide the SPEED CONTROL switch to the desired playback speed po- sition. SLOW: Slow-speed playback NORMAL: SPEED Normal-speed playback CONTROL FAST: Fast-speed playback 2. Select the AUTHOR and FOLDER. (See “SELECTING THE FOLDER AND MENU” on page 9.) 3.
  • Page 18: File Search

    File skip Press the F or E but- ton repeatedly to skip to the desired file in the selected folder. Operation • In the stop mode, it switch skips to the beginning INDEX/ or end of the current, CANCEL previous or next file. •...
  • Page 19: Selecting Display

    SELECTING DISPLAY Press the TIME/SET button repeatedly during recording, playing and stop mode. The display changes as follows: In the recording mode: Remaining recording time v Current day/time v Original display returns Example of remaining recording time: Author USER-01 REMAIN 94:39 Remaining recording time In the playback mode:...
  • Page 20: Erasing

    ERASING Important Note: Before erasing, make sure that the battery indicator is full. Preparation 1. Slide the operation switch to the STOP position. 2. Select the AUTHOR and FOLDER. (See “SELECTING THE FOLDER AND MENU” on page 9.) Erasing one file 1.
  • Page 21 Erasing one folder 1. Press the ERASE button twice. • The folder blinks. Example: ERASE ERASE TIME/ FOLDER 2. While the display is blinking, press the TIME/SET button. • “ERASE” appears briefly on the display. All memories in the selected folder are erased. •...
  • Page 22 Erasing all memories 1. Press the ERASE button four times. • “ERASE ALL MEMORY” blinks. 2. While “ERASE ALL MEMORY” is blinking, press the TIME/SET but- ton. TIME/ • “ERASE” appears briefly. ERASE All memories in all folders are erased. Example: USER-01 1/ 1...
  • Page 23 Partial erasing (A-B erasing) 1. Press the F or E button to se- lect the file. 2. Slide the operation switch to the PLAY position to start playback. 3. Press the CREATE FILE button to pause at the starting point you want to erase (Point A).
  • Page 24 7. While “ERASE END” is blinking, press the TIME/SET button. • “ERASE” appears briefly. The section between points A and B in the selected file is erased. Playback pause is set automatically. (The elapsed playing time blinks.) Press the CREATE FILE button again or stop playback. Note: If you make a mistake while following steps, press the INDEX/CANCEL button before pressing the TIME/SET button.
  • Page 25: Erase Guard

    ERASE GUARD Erase guard functions to pre- MENU/ vent accidental erasure. FOLDER + VOLUME – 1. Press and hold the ERASE MENU/FOLDER button TIME/SET down at least 2 seconds in the stop mode. (See “Selecting the menu” on page 9.) 2.
  • Page 26: Voice Alarm Timer

    VOICE ALARM TIMER 1. Set the ALARM ON, date, and time. (See “Selecting the menu” and “Various menu modes” in “SELECTING THE FOLDER AND MENU” on pages 9 ~ 12.) 2. Press the MENU/FOLDER button repeatedly to select “FOLDER ALARM”. 3.
  • Page 27: Cleaning The Cabinet

    Approx. 65 g (2 oz.) Power source: (without batteries) DC: DC 3V (2 “AAA” batteries) Important Information: Because its products are subject to continuous improvement, SANYO reserves the right to modify product designs and specifications without notice and without incurring any obligation.
  • Page 28: Fcc Information

    FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE Declaration of Conformity Model Number: ICR-B5000 Trade Name: Sanyo Responsible Party: SANYO FISHER COMPANY Address: 21605 Plummer Street Chatsworth, California 91311 Telephone No.: (818) 998-7322 • This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
  • Page 29: Troubleshooting Guide

    TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE SYMPTOM POSSIBLE CAUSE CORRECTIVE ACTION The unit does not operate. The batteries are discharged or not installed. Insert two new “AAA” batteries. “ ” and “LOW BATT” appear. The batteries are discharged. Insert two new “AAA” batteries. “POWER OFF” appears when the operation button is pressed. Hold function is set.
  • Page 30 SYMPTOM POSSIBLE CAUSE CORRECTIVE ACTION “NO CARD” appears. The MultiMediaCard is not inserted. Insert the MultiMediaCard. (See page 6.) “NO DATA” appears. The file cannot be created. Erase unnecessary files or format the card by the PC. “CARD ERR” appears. The data cannot be read correctly.
  • Page 31: Warranty (For Usa)

    DICTATION PRODUCTS ONLY OBLIGATIONS In order to obtain factory warranty service for Sanyo Dictation Products, call the toll-free number below. The unit must be packed in the original carton or a well-padded sturdy carton in order to avoid shipping damage.
  • Page 32 Subject to the OBLIGATIONS above and EXCLUSIONS below, SANYO FISHER COMPANY (SFC) warrants this SANYO Dictation product against defects in materials and workmanship for the periods of LABOR and PARTS specified below. SFC will, at its option, within two business days after its receipt of any dictation product that fails to conform to this warranty at SFC’s...
  • Page 34: Warranty (For Canada)

    SANYO CANADA INC.’S RESPONSIBILITY During the warranty period, SANYO Canada Inc. will repair, or at our op- tion, replace a Sanyo Dicta Recorder product which shows evidence of a manufacturing defect in materials or workmanship.
  • Page 35 TENANCE necessary in respect of the product. WARRANTY BECOMES VOID This warranty becomes void if the product’s serial numbers are altered or removed or if any repair to the product is made other than by SANYO Canada Inc. or by an authorized Sanyo Service Depot. LIMITATIONS (a) SANYO Canada Inc.
  • Page 36 HOW TO OBTAIN WARRANTY SERVICE Please contact the Sanyo Authorized Dealer from whom the product was purchased, or contact us directly at: SANYO Canada Inc. 1-300 Applewood Crescent Concord, Ontario L4K 5C7 (905) 760-9944 1-800-263-2244 SDR 01/05 (R11) Model No.