Digital Stereo MP3 Voice Recorder with expandable SD card
memory slot up to 544 hours of record time with 29 hours of battery
life and USB file transfer
- High Quality MP3 Recording Format
- Up to 544 Hours of Recording (with optional 8GB SDHC card)
Stereo HQ: 90 Hrs (8GB SD)
Stereo HQLP: 272 Hrs (8GB SD)
LP: 544 Hrs (8GB SD)
- 29 hour battery Life* (“AAA” alkaline battery)
- USB file transfer (cable included)
- Built-in Stereo Microphones
- -50% to + 200% Playback Speed Control (MP3 files)
- Voice Activated System
- File Edit Function
- Timer Recording
- MP3 Stereo Music Playback
Sanyo ICR-FP700D digital voice recorder is an excellent choice for
business professionals, college students, reporters, conference
attendees, and music enthusiasts; providing uncompromising audio
recording quality in a sleek, compact design. For work, for school, or
for play, it combines important functionality in an easy-to-carry,
user-friendly design. The ICR-FP700D is a “best of class” digital voice
recorder. It offers Stereo MP3 recording and virtually unlimited
recording time using removable SD memory cards.
High Quality Stereo MP3 Recording Format
SANYO ICR-FP700D delivers amazing stereo recordings in MP3 format (up
to 192k bits per second stereo encoding) with two built-in stereo
microphones, or when using an external stereo microphone or line input.
This convenient, easy-to-use, universal file format makes sharing audio
files a breeze – there is no special conversion software required.
Simply record, download, and attach via e-mail – it’s that easy!
Up to 544 Hours of Recording (with optional 8GB SDHC card)
ICR-FP700D is a high-end digital voice recorder which can be used in
numerous settings and environments. Users may choose to purchase high
capacity memory cards – up to 8GB Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC)
Memory Cards which provide up to 544 hours of recording time (in LP
recording mode). To put this in perspective, a typical college student
would be able to record every lecture, from every class, onto one SD
card for an entire semester! *
* Based on a typical 16 week
college semester x 5 classes x 6 hour lecture time per class, per week,
equals 480 hours recording time.
29 Hour Battery Life* (“AAA” alkaline battery)
core expertise in the development of energy-efficient electronics
design, SANYO provides an industry-leading 29 hours of battery life
using a single “AAA” alkaline battery; a clear advantage to the user
when recording key meetings, conferences and other events.
Built-in Stereo Microphones and External Stereo Microphone Input
ICR-FP700D has been designed to deliver uncompromising stereo audio
recordings at an affordable price. The built-in stereo microphones
provide a clear, pristine recording of the audio source along with
other elements in the recorded space (i.e., natural reverberation,
etc). Stereo recording provides a true sense of the relative
positioning and distance of each sound source to one another.
High/Medium/Low sensitivity switch enables the user to properly adjust
the microphone to pick up nearby sounds (i.e., dictation) or sounds
from further away (conference, lecture hall, etc.). During the
recording process, the user can easily monitor both the input recording
levels as well as the recordable time remaining (which is based on the
remaining storage available on the SD/SDHC memory card).
Playback Speed Control + 200% - 50% (MP3 files)
powerful feature included in the ICR-FP700D is the ability to adjust
playback speeds from -50% to +200% speed. This allows users to adjust
the playback speed – up or down, making it easier to understand and
transcribe voice files. Repeat playback mode can be assigned to either
a single file, to all files in a single folder, or between two preset
points in a single file.
Voice Activated System (VAS) Technology
Voice Activated System (VAS) technology automatically starts recording
when the unit senses sound levels which are above a minimum,
user-adjustable, threshold level. The unit will pause recording when
the voice level falls below the minimum, user-adjustable, threshold
level. This allows the ICR-FP700D to be set to VAS mode and have
audible sounded automatically recorded. It also makes it much easier to
assure that periods of silence will not be recorded and that storage
space is not wasted.
The unit can also be set to “AUTO” when a
recording is made using external equipment. In this mode and while
recording, if there is period of silence which lasts two seconds or
more, the recording will stop and a file is written to the SD memory
card. Then, when a sound is produced once again, it will restart
recording as a new, separate file. This allows the user to create
separate files based on contiguous sound.
Preset Equalizers (EQ)
ICR-FP700D features a useful set of built-in equalizers (EQs) which
allow the user to tailor the sound of the music or other audio content
to match to the listener’s tastes. These sophisticated built-in EQs
include BASS (low tones emphasized), POP (low tones and high tones
emphasized slightly), ROCK (low tones and high tones greatly
emphasized), JAZZ (mid tones emphasized), OFF (Normal EQ). These
options give the user more precise control of the tonal balance of the
recorded content during playback.
Recording from External Sources
addition to recording audio using its built-in or external stereo
microphone, the ICR-FP700D also allows the user to record to its LINE
input from external sound equipment such as CD players, portable
players and component stereos.
Timer Recording Features
can be started automatically at a designated time. Timer recording
allows the unit to enter a “standby recording” mode until the timer
will allow automatic recording to begin.
Easy File Management
audio files has never been easier. With folders conveniently named MIC,
LINE, MUSIC and DATA, it is easy to locate recorded files based on the
recording method used. The MIC and LINE folders can support up to 199
files each. The “MUSIC” folder is used for transferring MP3 audio or
song files from a PC files, making the ICR-FP700D a powerful, portable
music player. Up to 500 storage folders can be created with each
holding up to 199 files each.