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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
ISTRUZIONI PER L'USO
Digital Voice Recorder
Registratore vocale digitale
ICR-B160NX
ICR-B170NX
ICR-B175NX
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  • Page 1 INSTRUCTION MANUAL ICR-B160NX ICR-B170NX ISTRUZIONI PER L’USO ICR-B175NX Digital Voice Recorder Registratore vocale digitale English Deutsch Français Nederlands Italiano...
  • Page 2 ENGLISH Precautions The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing. Do not remove the batteries while operating the unit. Do not insert pins, etc., inside the unit. Do not drop the unit or subject it to strong shocks. Do not use where there are extremes of temperature (below 5°C or exceeding 35°C).
  • Page 3 Controls 1. External microphone socket (MIC(ST)) 2. Built-in microphones (L/R) 3. Play/Pause button (i) 4. Stop/Menu button (n) (MENU) 5. Erase button (ERASE) 6. Skip/Search buttons (f, e) 7. Volume buttons (VOL.) 8. Folder/Repeat button (FOLDER/REPEAT) 9. Record/Pause button (m) (PAUSE/REC) 10.
  • Page 4 VA S A - B LCD display 1. Battery 2. Record 3. Recording mode 4. Timer 5. Alarm 6. VAS (Voice activated system) 7. Microphone sensitivity 8. Repeat/A-B Repeat 9. AM/PM 10. Time/Message/Mode display GB-3...
  • Page 5: Before Use

    Dispose of all used batteries safely in accordance with all applicable laws. Using headphones Connect the headphones to the socket for monitoring the content being recorded or for private listening. The speaker is automatically disconnected. For ICR-B160NX/ICR-B170NX: Headphones are not supplied. GB-4...
  • Page 6: Turning The Power On And Off

    Using an external stereo microphone Connect an external stereo microphone (not supplied) to the MIC(ST) socket. The built-in microphones are automatically disconnected. Turning the power on and off Press the i button. “HELLO” appears briefly on the display and the power turns on. The m PAUSE/REC or FOLDER/REPEAT button can also be used.
  • Page 7: Hold Function

    Hold function This prevents operation from stopping by accidentally pressing a button during recording or playback. Set the HOLD switch to the left. The hold HOLD function is engaged. If an operation button is pressed while the hold function is engaged, “HOLd ON” will appear and nothing else happens.
  • Page 8: Date And Time Setting

    Date and time setting 1. In the stop mode, press the n/MENU button for at least 2 seconds. 2. Press the e or f button to select “dATE TIME”. The unit enters the date and time setting mode. 3. Press the i button. The year display blinks. 4.
  • Page 9: Recording Time

    Recording Recording time The recording time differs as shown below. ICR-B160NX Recording mode Recording time (approx.) HS: Super high-quality 30 min. (stereo) HQ: High-quality 1 hr. (stereo) SP: Standard 2 hr. 5 min. (stereo) LP: Long 4 hr. 15 min. (monaural)
  • Page 10: Selecting A Recording Mode

    Selecting a recording mode 1. In the stop mode, press the n/MENU button for at least 2 seconds. 2. Press the e or f button to select “REC ModE”. 3. Press the i button. The selected recording mode blinks. 4. Press the e or f button to select the recording mode.
  • Page 11: Selecting The Folder

    Selecting the folder Press the FOLDER/REPEAT button to select the folder (A, b, C, d or M). Note: Since the M folder is the music folder, ordinary voice data cannot be recorded to it, and is instead recorded automatically to the A folder. No recording is possible if the A folder is full.
  • Page 12 VAS recording VAS: Voice activated system 1. In the stop mode, press the n/MENU button for at least 2 seconds. 2. Press the e or f button to select “VAS”. 3. Press the i button. VAS “OFF” blinks. 4. Press the e or f button to select “ON”. “VAS” appears.
  • Page 13: Starting Playback

    Playback Selecting the file to play 1. Press the FOLDER/REPEAT button to select folder (A, b, C, d or M). 2. Press the e or f button to select file. Starting playback Press the i button. Playback begins. Elapsed playing time File number Note:...
  • Page 14: A-B Repeat Playback

    Fast forward play Press the f button during playback and hold it. This fast forwards the file currently being played. Once the end of the file has been reached, the unit will begin fast forwarding through the next file. Fast reverse play Press the e button during playback and hold it.
  • Page 15: Selecting Display

    Selecting display In the stop mode, press the n/MENU button repeatedly. The display changes as follows: In the VOICE (A, b, C, d) folder: Total playing time v Current date/time v Remaining recording time v Recorded date/time (if there is file) In the MUSIC (M) folder: Total playing time v Current date/time v Elapsed playing time...
  • Page 16: Erasing All Files In The Selected Folder

    Erasing all files in the selected folder 1. Select the folder to be erased. 2. Press the ERASE button for at least 2 seconds. 3. While the display is blinking, press the ERASE button again for at least 2 seconds. All the files in the selected folder are erased.
  • Page 17: Alarm Timer

    Using timer Alarm timer A file can be played (or the alarm sounded) at a designated time. Place the file to be played in the ALARM folder ahead of time (See page 31). The alarm will sound for 10 seconds if there are no files in the ALARM folder. 1.
  • Page 18: Timer Recording

    Timer recording Recording can be started at a designated time. The recorded file will be created in the designated folder. 1. Follow steps 1 - 2 of “Alarm timer”. 2. Press the e or f button to select “TIM On”. Then press the i button.
  • Page 19: Other Menu Settings

    Other menu settings Common procedures of menu setting 1. In the stop mode, press the n/MENU button for at least 2 seconds. 2. Press the e or f button to select the menu. Each time the button is pressed, the display changes as follows: “dIVIdE”...
  • Page 20 dIVIdE: Dividing a file You can use the file dividing function to get rid of unneeded parts or extract only those that are needed. y: current stopped position or execute file division. n: return to menu screen. Note: Short files or files in the MUSIC folder cannot be divided.
  • Page 21: Operating Environment

    Using the unit connected to a PC Operating environment To read music data connected to a PC, the following PC environment is required. Windows-equipped PCs Note: Operation is not guaranteed for Macintosh PCs. Supported PCs IBM PC/AT compatible Supported OS Windows XP Professional Windows XP Home Edition Windows 2000 Professional...
  • Page 22: Installing The Usb Driver

    Reproduction of this driver is forbidden. This driver shall not be copied and reprinted. SANYO shall not be liable for any damages arising out of the use of this driver. Turn on your PC and Windows is started.
  • Page 23 2. Click [Next]. 3. Check that [Yes, I want to restart ...] is selected then click [Finish]. The PC will restart. Connect the unit to the PC (See page 24). The USB driver is recognized by the PC automatically and displayed as Removable Disk. GB-22...
  • Page 24 How to check whether USB driver has installed correctly or not 1. [Start] menu > [Settings] > [Control Panel] > [System] > [System Properties] > Open [Device Manager] in tab. 2. Double click [Disk drives] > double click [Hard disk controllers].
  • Page 25: Connect The Unit To Your Pc

    Connect the unit to your PC Connect the unit to the USB terminal of the PC by using the USB connection cable. Original USB connection cable (supplied) Pay attention to the direction of the terminal Note: Do not use an USB hub or USB extension cable (Operation is not guaranteed).
  • Page 26 Selecting the action Windows is to take After connection, the following screen will appear (Windows XP only). For Windows98/98SE/ME/2000, this operation is not needed. The screen shots are of Windows XP. 1) Select 3) Click 2) Check Adjust your settings to match your PC’s environment. In this manual, [Take no action] is selected, [Always do the selected action] is checked, and [OK] is clicked.
  • Page 27: Disconnecting The Unit From Your Pc

    Disconnecting the unit from your PC Before disconnecting, make sure no data is being transferred. Transmitting to/from PC Connected to PC For Windows98/98SE Disconnect the unit from your PC. For Windows XP/2000/ME Follow the steps below to disconnect. (The screen shots are of Windows XP.) The screen might be different for a different OS.
  • Page 28 3. Select [USB Mass Storage Device] and click [Stop]. 4. Check that [SANYO IC Recorder USB Device] is in the list, select [USB Mass Storage Device] and click [OK]. Disconnecting the unit from your PC. GB-27...
  • Page 29: Displaying By Explorer

    Displaying by Explorer To start up Explorer To use the same Explorer screen as the ones used in this manual, start up the Windows XP Explorer as follows. The screens displayed on your PC may not exactly correspond to those shown in this manual depending on the OS version and manufacturer.
  • Page 30 Removable Disk display An icon for a Removable Disk will appear in My Computer in Windows when the unit is connected to your PC. The Removable Disk contains the following folders: [VOICE_IC] folder Files recorded using the unit are stored here. Files recorded in the internal memory A folder are stored in the A folder inside the VOICE_IC folder with the name “IC_A_XXX (file number).
  • Page 31 [MUSIC_IC] folder Files transferred from your PC are stored in this folder. There is no set format for file names for files which are transferred, but they must be MP3 or WMA files. The playback order will change if the MUSIC_IC folders are deleted or added.
  • Page 32: Copying Data By Using Explorer

    Copying data by using Explorer Start up Explorer (See page 28). (1) Copying files to the unit Select the MP3 files to copy and drag and drop them to the MUSIC_IC folder in the Removable Disk drive. (2) Copying files to your PC Select the MP3 files you wish to copy inside the MUSIC_IC folder on the Removable Disk and drag and drop them into a folder of your choice on your PC.
  • Page 33 Notes when copying files to the unit Be sure to place the files in the MUSIC_IC folder in the Removable Disk. The files cannot be played if they are placed in the VOICE_IC folder. Precautions when copying WMA files to the unit Transfer from your PC to the unit and/or playback are impossible in the following cases.
  • Page 34: Transferring Data Using The Media Player

    Transferring data using the Media Player If you have the Microsoft Windows Media Player installed, you can transfer WMA files to the unit and listen to them. See the Windows Media Player online help for details on how to do this. The screens displayed on your PC may not exactly correspond to those shown in this manual, depending on the OS version and manufacturer.
  • Page 35 3. Add a checkmark to the box for the music you wish to transfer to the unit. 4. Click [Copy] button. Transfer is complete once [Status] changes from [Copying] to [Complete]. Important note: Never disconnect the unit from your PC during transfer. GB-34...
  • Page 36: Formatting The Unit's Data

    Designating the playback order It is possible to designate the playback order of music. Create a playlist on your PC and transfer it to the unit to play your music in that order. 1. Create a playlist like the one shown using a text application (like the Notepad) on your PC.
  • Page 37: Troubleshooting Guide

    Troubleshooting guide Symptom Possible cause Corrective action The unit does not start. Batteries are not inserted properly or are dead. Reinsert the batteries correctly or replace with new alkaline batteries. Internal memory error. Format (initialize) the internal memory and then reattempt recording.
  • Page 38 Symptom Possible cause Corrective action Files in the MUSIC (M) folder cannot be played (correctly or at all). The file is not in a playable format. Use MP3/WMA-format files. Files on the PC were not transferred to the MUSIC_IC folder. Transfer them to the MUSIC_IC folder on the Removable Disk.
  • Page 39: Cleaning The Cabinet

    SERVICE UNITED KINGDOM For online support and assistance contact: UK: Freephone: 0800 328 7060 (Mon–Fri, 8am–5pm) Outside of UK: +44 1582 730 730 (Mon–Fri, 8am–5pm) Email: dictationsupport@sanyo.co.uk or visit our website www.sanyodictation.co.uk GB-38...
  • Page 40: Specifications

    übernommen, insbesondere nicht für Schäden durch vorhandene, nicht vorhandene oder fehlerhafte Angaben. Copyright by Sanyo SI DICHIARA CHE: L’apparecchio Registratore, marca SANYO, modello ICR- B160NX/ICR-B170NX/ICR-B175NX, risponde alle prescrizioni dell’articolo 2 comma 1 del D.M.28 agosto 1995 n°548. fatto a München...

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