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Sony ICD BX700

Sony BX700

This cheap and cheerful recorder is great value for money. The Sony ICD-BX700 weighs in at just 71g and comes with easy to use controls and crystal clear audio as well as capacity to store up to 280 hours of recording.

It has 1GB of flash memory and boasts an ultra-lightweight design, four recorder modes and five message folders. It also has a voice operated recording function that starts and stops recording automatically. Additional features include digital pitch control, stereo microphone jack and alarm function. Super High Quality 192kbps MP3 mode ensures crystal clear results with a pin-sharp 20,000Hz high frequency range

The playback functions are equally impressive at the price. Digital pitch control means users can tweak playback to their preferred speed and tone, whilst the ability to correct original dictation ensures flawless recordings. Divide and delete editing functions also ensure that the resulting recording is just right.
The one possible drawback of this model is that it cannot be connected to a PC via USB. If you want that function, buy it's big brother the Sony ICD PX720. It is exactly the same recorder except it can be connected to a pc via a USB drive - for simple file archiving and use with speech-to-text software.

A great little recorder for the price. But get the slightly more expensive Sony ICD PX720 if you want USB connectivity.

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