Sony ICD-MX20


$250.00 Released January, 2007

Product Shot 1The Sony ICD-MX20 is a professional Digital Voice Recorder featuring a hybrid storage system. Dictation can be recorded on the integrated 32MB of flash memory or onto a Memory Stick PRO Duo card (not included).

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Once recorded, users can easily transfer their audio files to a PC for processing and archiving via an integrated USB2 port. Plus, the unit allows for organizing message folders directly on the Memory Stick Media by type: sales letters, customer replies, memos, etc. The most notable aspect of the Sony ICD-MX20 is that the unit will automatically stop recording during a silent pause, and then begin again as soon as you speak.

Additional Information

For a superior model with more functionality, check out the Sony ICD-BM1B.

Features

  • Professional Digital Voice Recorder
  • Hybrid Storage System (Flash & Memory Stick)
  • PC Connectivity (PC)
  • Folder Organization
  • Automatic Stop Recording
  • Large Front Speaker
  • Large Front Buttons
  • Built-in Monaural Microphone
  • External Stereo Microphone Port
  • Multiple Recording Modes (ST/STLP/SP/LP)                 

Specifications

  • Operating System Compatibility: Windows 98, 98SE, ME, 2000 Pro, XP Home, XP Pro, XP Media Center
  • Supplied Software: Digital Voice Editor 2 (CD-ROM)
  • Speaker Dimensions: 1 1/10" (28mm) diameter
  • Audio Frequency Range: ST: 60-13500Hz; STLP: 60-7000Hz; SP: 60-7000Hz; LP: 60-3500Hz
  • Built-in Recording System: Digital, Monaural Recording
  • Power Battery Life (Approx): Up to 10.5 Hours
  • Battery Type: "AAA" x 2
  • Output Power: 350mW
  • Power Requirements: 120V AC Adaptor (Optional)
  • Recording Media: Built-in Flash 32MB +Memory Stick PRO Duo Slot
  • Recording and Playback Times: ST: 1 Hr 25 Min.; STLP: 2 Hrs 45 Min.; SP: 4 Hrs 20 Min.; LP: 11 Hrs 45 Min (on built-in Flash)
  • Dimensions (Approx): 1.18" x 4.23" x 0.67"
  • Weight (Approx.): 3.39 oz. (96 g)
  • Inputs and Outputs: DC-In, Headphone Out, Microphone In, USB

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