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Olympus offers up new digital voice recorders

Posted in Voice Recorders by Nino Marchetti on August 25th, 2008

Olympus VN-5200 PC

Olympus kicked out a number of new products today for consumers, including some new VN-Series digital voice recorders. The VN-5000 and VN-5200 PC will be available this fall for around $40 and $60, respectively.

Both the VN-5000 and VN-5200 PC offer 512MB of internal memory, allowing for 300 and 221 hours of recording time, respectively, as well as a large LCD screen, multiple recording modes and battery lives reportedly over 30 hours. The VN-5200 PC can also be connected to a host computer via USB 2.0, letting users back up their recorded audio files to a PC or Mac for later access. The VN-5000 comes in a silver gray body, while the VN-5200 PC is colored brown.

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Belkin announces new iPod voice recording accessory

Posted in Microphone by Nino Marchetti on July 10th, 2008

Belkin GoStudio

Belkin unleashed a slew of new products today. One of these is a new portable recording solution for those wanting to use their iPod as the storage medium. The new Belkin GoStudio prices around $120.

The Belkin GoStudio lets you record full podcast episodes, interviews, lectures, music, or short clips directly onto your iPod. You can do with this audio what you will, be it uploading to iTunes or storing on your computer.

Philips delivers new professional voice recorder

Posted in Voice Recorders by Nino Marchetti on March 3rd, 2008

Philips Digital Pocket Memo 9500If you are in the market for a professional dictation recorder, especially if you are transitioning from analog to digital, Philips has a line of products to consider. Its newest is the Digital Pocket Memo 9500.

The Philips Digital Pocket Memo 9500 is equipped with the serious voice recording person in mind, offering a four-position slide switch, a large LCD display screen, full metal casing and USB recharge ability. Recordings are stored on removable SD memory cards.

Sony doubles dictation storage in new voice recorders

Posted in Digital Audio,Sony,Voice Recorders by Reuben Drake on February 28th, 2007

Sony Voice Recorders with double the memoryIt’s always been hard to remember the small details wherever we may be. While some prefer to write it down, Sony has recently released a new line of digital voice recorders allowing you to store all the juicy details whatever the situation.

Totaling 6 models, each offers special features for a specific purposes as well as being ‘perfect’ for taking dictation. These special features include: capturing high-quality sound, creating MP3 files, and converting voice to text. Naturally all models will allow recording and playing records back without having to connect to a PC.

All 6 models come with 5 different modes. This includes Stereo High Quality (STHQ), Stereo (ST), Stereo LP (STLP), Standard Play (SP) and Long Play (LP). Each mode can be suited for your purpose. The nifty thing is that recording stops during those silent pauses, and automatically reactivates …

Olympus WS-320M Voice Recorder

Posted in Olympus,Voice Recorders by Chetz on October 17th, 2006

Olympus WS 320-MVoice recorders had a time when I thought they were pretty cool because they had those tiny little cassette tapes. I remember going to the doctor’s office (for routine visits, of course) and seeing many little tapes lying around with different files where the doctors would dictate on them and file them away.

Well, voice records have come a long way, and dictation is not recorded onto little tapes anymore. If you are in need of a good voice recorder for dictation or anything else, Olympus has a sweet one. The Olympus WS-320M is a digital voice recorder with a few extra features. Aside from being able to record up to 277 hours, it can also be used as a music player supporting MP3′s and WMA files, and will work as a storage drive with up …