FCC Information FCC Information This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. In accordance with FCC requirements, changes or modifications not expressly approved by Thomson Consumer Electronics could void the user’s authority to operate this product.
Contents FCC/ Safety Information General Controls ....... 2 The Display ........4 Display Messages ......5 Before you Begin ......6 Formatting SmartMedia Card ..7 Time Setting ........8 Recording .......... 10 Playback ..........13 Editing ..........14 Setting Beep Sound ......17 Using Headphones and External Microphone ........
General Controls The Front Selects recording Built-in modes, enters Microphone clock setting modes and Beep sound on/off SmartMedia selection. Card insertion slot. Selects Folders & Display Skips/ modes. searches forwards. The Display Skips/ searches FOLDER OPTION backwards. Turns the unit on. Starts/ Stops pauses...
General Controls The Sides Starts/ pauses recording. Controls erasure & editing. Locks keys during playback, recording & power off to prevent accidental key activation. Connects external microphone Controls volume and sensitivity level of automatic voice recording (AVR). Connects AC/DC adapter (4.5V) (indoor use only).
The Display The Display Total Remaining Recording Recording Time of Conditions Qualities SmartMedia Card Low Battery, Automatic replace batteries Voice when you see lock Recording this sign lights. Smart Media Card Folder Number (1-9) Date Current File Recording Number Time/ Date Month Total...
Display Messages ALL= Select all (Introductory Play back & Erasing All Files) APPEND= Appendix (Adding Appendix) CUT-E= Cut End (Cutting) CUT-S= Cut Start (Cutting) DELETE= Delete (Erasing Selected File & Erasing All files) FAIL= Failure (Formatting SmartMedia card) FOR= Formatting (Formatting SmartMedia card) INIT= Initialization (Formatting SmartMedia card)
Before you Begin Installing Batteries 1. Slide the battery compartment door to the left and lift up the door to open. 2. Insert 2 AAA batteries with polarities match with indications. 3. Replace the battery compartment door and slide the door to the right to close. •...
Formatting SmartMedia Card 1. Turn the unit ON. Insert SmartMedia Card into insertion slot (refer to p.4). SmartMedia Card icon stops to blink. If SmartMedia If SmartMedia Card has Card has never previously been used in been formatted. another format. 2.
Time Setting Date/ Time Stamping Function With this function, you can always read on the display the recording date and time of your recorded messages. Follow the steps below for time setting. You can still use this unit for normal recording without time setting.
Time Setting Setting Hour 8. Show the hour digits (flashing). OPTION 9. Set the hour. Setting Minute 10. Shift to the minute digits (flashing). OPTION 11. Set the minute. 12. Confirm time setting. OPTION Note: Press STOP to quit from time setting mode.
Recording Setting Recording Condition You can select between two recording conditions. • CONF (Conference) - in a more open area and recording source is far from the unit. • DICT (Dictation) - in a more enclosed area and recording source is close to the unit. 1.
Recording Manual Recording 1. Select destination folder (1-9). FOLDER 2. Start recording. 3. Pause recording, press again to resume. 4. Select between displays showing: a) elapsed recording time, FOLDER b) total remaining recordable time. 5. Stop recording. • There are 9 folders and you can create 99 files in each folder.
Recording AVR (automatic voice recording) continued... 4. Enter AVR mode. 5. Adjust the sensitivity of the microphone (e.g. increase sensitivity value when recording source is far from the unit or the recording VOLUME envionment is quiet.). SEN with sensitivity value shows on display. 6.
Playback Normal Playback 1. Select folder (1-9). FOLDER 2. Select file. 3. Start playback. 4. Select among displays showing: a) elapsed playing time, FOLDER b) remaining file time with recording time, c) total length of the file with recording date. 5.
Editing Cutting You can erase unwanted parts from your recording. 1. Select folder (1-9).. FOLDER 2. Select file. 3. Start playback of the file with unwanted part. 4. Mark the start of unwanted part. CUT-S shows on display. 5. Mark the end of unwanted part. CUT-E shows on display.
Editing Erasing All Files in a Folder 1. Select folder (1-9). FOLDER 2. Press until ALL shows on display. 3. Enter Erasing All Files mode, DELETE flashes on display. 4. Cancel 4. Press and erasing all files. hold, DELETE keeps flashing until erasure is complete.
Editing 3. Start playback. 4. Start recording new segment. INS and then elapsed recording time show on display. 5. Stop recording new segment. Adding Appendix You can add appendix (e.g. reminder, supplementary information) to the end of the file. 1. Select folder (1-9). FOLDER 2.
Setting Beep Sound You can activate this feature so that beep sound can be heard whenever you press on any button. 1. Press repeatedly until TONE shows on display. OPTION 2. Set beep sound ON/ OFF. 3. Confirm selection. Using Headphones and External Microphone Refer to p.4 “General Controls”...
Troubleshooting Tips • Unit doesn’t turn on - Check that batteries are properly inserted and not exhausted. - Make sure battery compartment door is properly closed. - Make sure LOCK button is not activated. • Cannot format SmartMedia - SmartMedia card may have been damaged or worn out, replace new one.
Troubleshooting Tips - There may have no recorded messages on SmartMedia card. - Make sure you have selected folders with recorded messages. - Make sure LOCK button is not activated. - SmartMedia card may have been damaged or worn out, data are lost. •...
More Information Precautions for SmartMedia card • Do not touch the golden eletrodes. Use a soft dry cloth to clean any dirt. • Do not bend SmartMedia card. • Do not operate or store SmartMedia card in places with frequent static electricity or electrical noise (e.g.
More Information Precautions for Batteries • If you do not use the unit for more than one month, be sure to remove the batteries to avoid leakage. • When installing batteries, be sure that the polarities are correct. Reversing polarity may cause personal injury and damage to the batteries.
US Warranty US Warranty What your warranty cover: • Any defect in material or workmanship. For how long after our purchase: • One year. (The warranty period for rental units begins with the first rental or 45 days from date of shipment to the rental firm, whichever comes first.) What we will do: •...