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  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 1
    4-196-546-12(1) IC Recorder Operating Instructions Getting Started Basic Operations Other Recording Operations Other Playback Operations Editing Files About the Menu Function Utilizing Your Computer Additional Information Troubleshooting Index ICD-UX512
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 2
    ... Service Center 1-800-222-7669 or http://www.sony.com/ Declaration of Conformity Trade Name Model Responsible Party Address : SONY : ICD-UX512 : Sony Electronics Inc. : 16530 Via Esprillo, San Diego, CA 92127 USA Telephone Number : 858-942-2230 ...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 3
    ...written in the language or the character that is not supported by the IC recorder. • The supplied connection support cable is for the IC recorder ICD-UX512. You cannot connect other IC recorders. Notice for users All rights reserved. This manual or the software...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 4
    ... Microsoft. • "Memory Stick Micro," "M2" and are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sony Corporation. • "MagicGate" is a trademark of Sony Corporation. • Nuance, the Nuance logo, Dragon, Dragon NaturallySpeaking, and RealSpeak are trademarks and/or registered ...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 5
    ...adaptor ...13 When to charge/replace the battery ...13 Step 3: Turning the IC Recorder On ...14 Turning ...human voice clearer - the noise cut function ...46 Adjusting the playback speed - the DPC (Digital ... at a Desired Time with an Alarm ...52 5 GB Basic Operations Recording ...19 Listening ...23...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 6
    Playback via Other Devices ...54 Recording with other equipment ...54 Utilizing Your Computer... Recorder with Your Computer ...80 Connecting the IC recorder to your computer ...80 Structure of folders and... Using the IC Recorder as USB Memory ...89 Using the Supplied Sound Organizer Software ...90 What...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 7
    ... AC outlet ...96 Precautions ...97 Specifications ...100 System requirements ...100 Design and specifications ...101 Battery life ...104 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting ...105 Message List ...114 System Limitations ...118 Display Window Guide ......
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 8
    ... the Package IC Recorder (1) Application software, Sound Organizer (CD-ROM) (1) Operating Instructions You are cautioned ...recorder. Stereo headphones (1) USB connection support cable (1) If the IC recorder cannot be connected to a computer directly, use the supplied USB connection support cable. ...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 9
    ... H I J K Operation indicator Built-in microphones (stereo) Display window x STOP button z REC (record)/PAUSE button Control button (v, V / . ...These buttons and the jack have a tactile dot. Use it as a reference point for operations, or to identify each terminal. 9 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 10
    ...recorder from the HOLD status To put the IC recorder in the HOLD status Slide the HOLD/POWER switch .... P Note When the HOLD function is activated during recording, all the button operations are disabled. To stop recording, cancel the HOLD function first. z Tip Even if the HOLD function is activated...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 11
    ... polarity, and close the lid. IC recorder To USB port of your computer Computer..., "Connecting" and the battery indicator are displayed in an animation. 2 Connect the IC recorder to your computer... the USB slide lever on the back of the IC recorder in the direction of the Battery indicator 11 GB...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 12
    ...and drop it there. For details on disconnecting the IC recorder from your computer, refer to the operating instructions supplied with your computer. Fully charged...temperature of the battery is low, or if the battery is charged while you are transferring data to the IC recorder. *2 If the IC recorder...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 13
    ...• Do not use a manganese battery for this IC recorder. • When replacing the battery, files recorded or alarm settings are not ... or replace the old battery with a new one. m : "Low Battery" appears and the IC recorder will stop operation. Getting Started Recharging the battery using a USB AC ...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 14
    ... mode, and you leave the IC recorder without attempting an operation for a certain length... is set to "10min" when you purchase the IC recorder.) You can select the length of time... of "POWER" for more than 1 second. The IC recorder is turned on, and the "Accessing..." animation is displayed...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 15
    ... return to the stop mode display. You need to set the clock to use the alarm function or record the date and time. When you insert a battery for the first time, or when you insert a battery after the IC recorder has been without a battery for more than 1 minute, ...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 16
    ...the clock in the computer connected to the IC recorder and on which the supplied Sound Organizer software is started. When you select "Manual," proceed to the ... button to select "10y1m1d," and then press N/ ENT. the (IC recorder setting) tab, and then press N/ENT. 3 Press...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 17
    ... window will return to the display of the stop mode. To display the current date and time While the IC recorder is in the stop mode, press x STOP to display the current date and time for about 3 seconds. Getting Started 17 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 18
    ...can select the following languages. English, Español (Spanish), Français (French) 3 Press x STOP to exit the menu mode. 1 Select the (IC recorder setting) tab t "Language" in the menu, and then press N/ENT. 18 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 19
    ... Operations Recording P Notes • Before making a recording, be sure to check the battery indicator (page 13). • Noise may be recorded if an object, such as your finger, etc.,... HOLD/POWER switch towards the center to release the IC recorder from the HOLD status (page 10). 2 Press to ...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 20
    ... > on the control button. v, V ., > P Note Only the (Voice) tab will be displayed when you purchase the IC recorder. The (Music) tab and the (Podcast) tab will be displayed ... files. When you purchase the IC recorder, there are 5 folders already available ( FOLDER01-05). v V 20 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 21
    ... record (Auto (AGC) recording) 1 Place the IC recorder so that the built-in microphones face the direction of the source to be recorded. Basic Operations 2 Press z REC/PAUSE in the stop mode....automatically recorded after the last recorded file. Operation indicator z REC/ PAUSE 21 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 22
    ...the display. While the IC recorder is accessing data, do not remove the battery or connect or disconnect the ...recording Press z REC/PAUSE. During recording pause, the operation indicator flashes in red and " " begins to flash in the display window. Press z REC/PAUSE again. Recording resumes from ...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 23
    ...playback 1 Slide the HOLD/POWER switch towards the center to release the IC recorder from the HOLD status (page 10). Basic Operations 2 Press . 3 Press . on the control button, press v or V on the control button to select the (Voice) tab, the (Music) tab, or the (Podcast) tab, and then press > ...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 24
    ...you want to play. v V 7 Press N/ENT. Playback will start soon, and the operation indicator will light in green. (When "LED" is set to "OFF" in the menu (page 76), the operation indicator does not light.) Operation indicator N/ENT 8 Press VOL -/+ to adjust the volume. VOL -/+ 24 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 25
    ... the button pressed to skip the files continuously.* 3) *1 When a track mark is set, the IC recorder goes backward or forward to the track mark before or after the current point (... is set to "OFF" (page 45). *3 In the continuous searching mode, the IC recorder does not locate track marks. 25 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 26
    ... one of those the areas by switching a tab. Tabs (Voice): Recordable area. This is the area used to manage files... memory (memory card) of the IC recorder (page 38). Only the (Voice) tab will be displayed when you purchase...card into the IC recorder (page 37). Display when playing back a file 26 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 27
    ...file information during playback. A file recorded using the IC recorder is displayed as follows. : Folder ...) Basic Operations : Artist name (e.g. My Recording) : Title: Date_file number (e.g. 100101_001) B Counter ... time Displays the remaining recording time in hours, minutes, and seconds. If there ...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 28
    Erasing P Note Once a recording has been erased, you cannot retrieve it. Selecting a file ... HOLD/POWER switch towards the center to release the IC recorder from the HOLD status (page 10). 2 Select the file you want to erase when the IC recorder is in the stop or playback mode. 3 Press ERASE. "...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 29
    ... it," and then press N/ENT. N/ENT To erase another file Proceed with steps 2 through 5 in "Selecting a file and erasing it." To erase a part of a file Divide the file into two files first (page 62), and then proceed with steps 2 through 5 in "Selecting a file and erasing it." 29 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 30
    ... Recording Operations Changing the Recording Settings Selecting a recording scene for each situation x STOP N/ENT v,...and then press N/ENT. According to various recording scene, you can change the items ...," and then press N/ENT. 1 Select the (Recording) tab t "Scene Select" in the menu, and ...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 31
    ...a spacious conference room. To record dictation with a microphone in front of your mouth. To record human voice at a distance of 1...stand, you can record with clear, low-noise sound, without vibration noise from the desk. (Voice Notes) (Interview) (Lecture) Other Recording Operations (Audio IN) ...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 32
    Recording a voice note By placing the IC recorder close to one side of your mouth, you can prevent breathing on the built-in microphones, and record with clear sound. Built-in ... music performance By attaching a tripod (not supplied) or placing the recorder on a stand or table, you 32 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 33
    ...1 Select the scene you want to edit in step 2 of "Selecting a recording scene for each situation," press v or V on the control button to select ... want to set the settings to the default value in step 2 of "Selecting a recording scene for each situation," press v or V on the control button to ...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 34
    (Voice (Meeting) Notes) (Interview) SYNC REC Select Input OFF MIC IN OFF MIC IN OFF MIC ... the menu items and settings, see pages 70 through 71. (Voice (Meeting) Notes) (Interview) REC Mode MP3 192kbps Mic High ...ON OFF MP3 192kbps Medium ON OFF SYNC REC OFF Select Input MIC IN Audio IN MIC IN 34 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 35
    ...recording pauses when no sound is detected and " " flashes. When the IC recorder detects sound again,...Recording Operations You can set the VOR (Voice Operated Recording) function to "ON," to make the IC ...menu when the IC recorder is in the stop or recording mode, and then press N/ENT. 35 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 36
    ... not tested As of September 2010 About compatible memory cards Memory cards that you can use with the IC recorder are as follows: 36 GB For ICD-UX512, the operational tests performed were using memory cards available as of September 2010.
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 37
    ... have been tested, please access the support home page for the IC recorder: http://www.sony.com/recordersupport In this manual, M2™ and microSD cards are generally referred .../WMA/AAC-LC file smaller than 1 GB using a memory card. You can record up to 4,074 files on an M2ମ.
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 38
    .... Doing so may cause fire, electric shock, or malfunctions. To switch the IC recorder destination to the memory card (from the folder selection window) 1 Press . ...-in memory) tab, and then press N/ENT. To switch the IC recorder destination to the memory card (from the menu) 3 Press v or V on the...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 39
    ... memory Select "Built-In Memory" in step 2. To start recording Select the folder and then press ...set to "Built-In Memory" when you purchase the IC recorder. If the memory card has already been formatted, proceed to step 5. Other Recording Operations 3 When the memory card is not formatted,...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 40
    Recording via Other Devices Recording with an external microphone Stereo microphone If "Select Input".... 4 Press z REC/PAUSE to start recording. The built-in microphones are automatically cut off. If... when the IC recorder is in the stop mode. "Select Input" appears in the display window. 40 GB...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 41
    z Recommended microphones You can use the Sony ECM-CS10, ECM-CZ10 electret condenser microphone (not supplied). Recording from other ... (not supplied) to record sound from a telephone or a cell phone. For details on how to make the connection, refer to the operating instructions supplied with...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 42
    ... jack (minijack, stereo) of other equipment to the m (microphone) jack of the IC recorder and adjust the volume ... mini-plug) of other equipment to the m (microphone) jack of the IC recorder using an audio connecting .... 42 GB "Select Input" is set to "MIC IN" when you purchase the IC recorder....
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 43
    ... REC/PAUSE to start recording. " " flashes and the IC recorder enters the recording pause mode. ... than 2 seconds, and " " begins to flash. The IC recorder starts recording again as a new file ... equipment, the "Mic Sensitivity" setting cannot be changed. Other Recording Operations 43 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 44
    ... to the i (headphone) jack, you can monitor the recording. You can adjust the monitoring volume by pressing VOL -/+, but the recording level is fixed. P Note When the cord of the headphones touches the IC .... The rustling noise can be reduced by holding the cord away from the IC recorder. 44 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 45
    ... you press and hold the button, the IC recorder starts to search at higher speed. z When files ... is useful for locating a desired point in a long recording. end of the last file • When you play ...and the operation indicator go off, the IC recorder will stop at the beginning of the last file. • If ...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 46
    ... of the noise cut function may be different depending on the condition of the recorded voice. • When you are using the built-in speaker, the noise cut ... the noise of all frequency bands including a human voice is reduced. 46 GB "Noise Cut" is set to "OFF" when you purchase the IC recorder.
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 47
    ...) tab of the menu. Adjusting the playback speed - the DPC (Digital Pitch Control) function Rear You can ... The file is played back in natural tones by means of a digital processing function. 1 Slide the DPC(SPEED CTRL) ...you press and hold each button, you can change the speed continuously. 47 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 48
    ... speed is set to "×0.70" when you purchase the IC recorder. 1 Select the To resume normal playback speed ... from 0.50 times to 1.00 time when files are recorded as LPCM/WMA/AAC-LC files. .... (Playback) tab t "Effect" in the menu when the IC recorder is in the stop or playback mode, and then ...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 49
    ... does not work. Other Playback Operations "Effect" is set to "OFF" when you purchase the IC recorder. To set your favorite sound level 1 Set "Effect" to "Custom" in step 2, and then press N/ENT. The custom setting window will be displayed. 49 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 50
    ... the IC recorder is in the stop or playback mode, and then press N/ENT. "Play Mode" is set to " " when you purchase the IC recorder. 2 Press v or V on the control button to select "1 ALL," " 1," 50 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 51
    ... specified for A-B repeat playback: During A-B repeat playback, press (repeat) A-B again to specify a new starting point A. Then specify a new finishing point B, as in step 2. P Note You cannot set the points A and B near the beginning of a file or the end of a file, and around track mark. 51 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 52
    ...alarm. 2 Enter the alarm setting mode. 1 Select the (Playback) tab t "Alarm" in the menu when the IC recorder is in the stop mode, and then press N/ENT. Set the year, month, day, hour...N/ENT. 4 Press v or V on the control button to select a favorite alarm pattern, and then press N/ENT. 52 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 53
    ...pattern is set to "Beep&Play" or "Play," the IC recorder will stop at the beginning of the selected file.) "Executing...,"...has not been set or no files are recorded, you cannot set the alarm. • The alarm... and the selected file will be played back using the selected alarm pattern. 53 GB...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 54
    ... on the equipment connected. 3 Press x STOP on the IC recorder and the i (headphone) jack connected equipment... enough, adjust the playback sound of the IC recorder (page 24). x STOP N/ENT * Optional... first. 1 Connect the i (headphone) jack of the IC recorder to the external input terminal 54 GB...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 55
    ...control button, press v or V on the control button to select the (Voice) tab or the (Music) tab, and then ...Edit) tab t "Move File" in the menu when the IC recorder is in the stop mode, and then press ...original file in the previous folder will be erased. 5 Press x STOP to exit the menu mode. 55 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 56
    ...window is displayed. 3 Press . on the control button, press v or V on the control button to select the (Voice) tab or the (Music) tab, and then press >. You can copy files between the ... insert a memory card to be used for copying into the memory card slot. 1 Select the file you want to copy. 56 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 57
    ...podcast files. • Do not remove or insert a memory card, or turn off the IC recorder while copying. Files may be damaged. Erasing all files in a folder x ...the protected file in that folder. 1 Select the folder containing the files you want to erase when the IC recorder is in the stop mode. 57 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 58
    ... the control button to select "Execute," and then press N/ ENT. The "Erasing..." animation appears in the display window and all files in the selected folder will be erased. 4 Press x STOP to exit the menu mode. To cancel erasing Select "Cancel" in step 3, and then press N/ENT. 58 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 59
    ... add a maximum of 98 track marks to each file. During recording, playing back, or pausing, press T-MARK at the position you want.... • You can add a track mark only to files recorded using the IC recorder. However, when you edit files using the supplied Sound Organizer software, adding a track mark ...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 60
    .... To cancel erasing Select "Cancel" in step 3, and then press N/ENT. 2 Select the (Edit) tab t "Erase Track Mark" in the menu, and then press N/ ENT. "Erase Track Mark?" will be displayed. 3 Press v or V on the control button to select "Execute," and then press N/ ENT. 60 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 61
    ... V To cancel erasing Select "Cancel" in step 3, and then press N/ENT. 1 Select a file from which you want to erase the track marks. 2 Select the (Edit) tab t "Erase All Track Marks" in the menu, and then press N/ENT. Editing Files "Erase All Track Marks?" will be displayed. 61 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 62
    ...you can easily find the point from which you want to play back when you make a long recording such as at a meeting. You can divide a file until the total number of files in.... A suffix made up of a sequential number is added to each of the divided files. 4 Press x STOP to exit the menu mode. 62 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 63
    ...cannot divide files other than those recorded using the IC recorder (e.g., a file transferred from a computer). ..."Divide All Track Marks" in the menu when the IC recorder is in the stop mode, and then press N/... step 3, and then press N/ENT. "Divide All Track Marks?" will be displayed. 63 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 64
    ...cannot divide files other than those recorded using the IC recorder (e.g., a file transferred from a computer). ... edit files using the supplied Sound Organizer software, dividing files may not be possible. ... press x STOP. The files that have been divided before the cancellation remain divided. 64 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 65
    ...) tab. Editing Files 1 Display the file which you want to protect from the (Music) tab. (Voice) tab or the 2 Select the (Edit) tab t "Protect" in the menu when the IC recorder is in the stop mode, and then press N/ENT. 65 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 66
    ... the control button, press v or V on the control button to select the (Recording) tab, the (Playback) tab, the (Edit) tab, the (Display) tab, or the (IC recorder setting) tab, and then press N/ENT. 66 Press ...button during menu mode. To exit the menu mode Press x STOP or MENU/NOISE CUT. GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 67
    ... / -: the setting cannot be made) Stop mode Scene Select (Recording) REC Mode Mic Sensitivity LCF(Low Cut) VOR SYNC ... Track Marks Divide All Track Marks Erase All a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a Playback mode a a a a Recording mode - - a a a About the Menu Function 67 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 68
    ... be made / -: the setting cannot be made) Stop mode Playback mode a Recording mode a Display (Display) LED Backlight Select Memory (IC recorder Language setting) Date&Time Time Display Beep USB Charge Auto Power Off Format a a a a a a a a a a a 68 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 69
    ... items Scene Select Settings (*: Initial setting) Allows you to choose a recording scene item for each situation as follows: (Meeting), (Voice Notes), (Interview), (...(My Scene). You can also edit the settings of the various recording menu items which are pre-set in the "...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 70
    ...8kbps(MONO): MP3 (compressed) in long play monaural recording mode Sets the microphone sensitivity. High :... meeting space or during interview. Low : To record dictation with a microphone in front of your mouth, a sound near the IC recorder, or a loud sound. See page - Mic Sensitivity - 70 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 71
    ... function is canceled. Sets the VOR (Voice Operated Recording) function. ON: Recording starts when the IC... is canceled. Selects the external input to be recorded that is connected to the m (microphone) jack. MIC IN*: Select when you... SYNC REC 42 About the Menu Function Select Input 40, 41 71 GB...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 72
    ... noise cut function and the noise cut level to use when the IC recorder play a file back which is recorded with noise cut function. Maximum: The noise cut levels will be more intense. Medium: The ...the noise cut function is effective (page 46), the effect function does not work. 72 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 73
    ... . on the control button. This function is useful when attempting to locate desired point in a long recording. OFF*: The easy search function does not work. When you press > or . ... repeatedly. ALL: All the files are played back repeatedly. See page 45 Play Mode 50 About the Menu Function 73 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 74
    ... the desired folder on a memory card, or from a memory card to the desired folder on the built-in memory. Before attempting to copy a file, select the file to be copied and then go to the menu window. See page 52 Protect (Edit) 65 Divide Current Position 62 Move File 55 File Copy 56 74 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 75
    ... one file Remain Time: During stop or playback, the remaining time of one file During recording, the available recording time REC Date: Date recorded REC Time: Time recorded 63 57 About the Menu Function Display (Display) - 75 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 76
    ... off during operation. ON*: During recording or playback, the operation indicator lights or flashes. OFF: The operation indicator does not light or flash, even during operation. See page ...memory card is currently inserted in the IC recorder, the built-in memory is automatically selected. 76 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 77
    Tabs (IC recorder setting) Menu items Language Settings (*: Initial setting) Sets the ...ol (Spanish), Français (French) Auto*: When the IC recorder is connected to a computer that is running the Sound Organizer, the...P Note The alarm sounds even if you set "Beep" to "OFF" in the menu. 77 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 78
    ...(not supplied) to connect the IC recorder to the AC outlet (page 95), you can charge battery regardless this setting. Auto Power Off If the IC recorder is on and left for the ... turned off after approx. 60 minutes. OFF: The IC recorder will not be turned off automatically. - 78 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 79
    Tabs (IC recorder setting) Menu items Format Settings (*: Initial setting) Formats the ... be formatted. See page - P Notes • Use the IC recorder formatting function to format the memory media. • ...the data which you have stored on the IC recorder will be erased. Once the memory media has been ...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 80
    ... computer Computer IC recorder Managing and editing files using the Sound Organizer software (page 90) The supplied Sound Organizer software allows you to transfer the files that you have recorded using the IC... 1 Slide the USB slide lever on the back of the IC recorder, and insert the USB 80 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 81
    ...connecting the IC recorder to your computer, check that the battery is inserted in the IC recorder. • It is recommended that you disconnect the IC recorder from the...IC recorder. If the IC recorder cannot be connected to a computer directly, use the supplied USB connection support cable. Utilizing ...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 82
    ...IC RECORDER" Folder for files recorded using the IC recorder VOICE*1 FOLDER01 FOLDER05 Folder ... input the ID3 tag information using the software you use to make the music files ..., it will not be displayed on the (Voice) tab of the IC recorder. When connecting the IC recorder with your computer ...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 83
    ... (M2™) "MEMORY CARD" MSSONY microSD card "MEMORY CARD" PRIVATE VOICE Folder for files recorded using the IC recorder Sony FOLDER01 VOICE Folder for files recorded using the IC recorder FOLDER01 FOLDER05 MUSIC POP Folder transferred from your ...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 84
    ... when podcast files have been transferred from a computer.) Folders displayed on the (Voice) tab of the IC recorder Folders for files recorded using the IC ... under the VOICE folder, it will not be displayed on the (Voice) tab of the IC recorder. : Folders displayed on the (Music) tab of the IC ...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 85
    ... transfer podcast files from your computer to the IC recorder, use the supplied Sound Organizer.... For details on disconnecting the IC recorder from your computer, refer to the operating instructions supplied with your.... 1 Make sure that the operation indicator of the IC recorder does not light. 85 GB...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 86
    ...file or folder (Drag and drop) You can copy the files and folders from the IC recorder to your computer to store them. 1 Connect the IC recorder to your computer (page 80... or “MEMORY CARD” to the local disk on your computer. 3 Disconnect the IC recorder from your computer (page 85). 86 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 87
    ...folder in which the music files are stored to the IC recorder. On a Windows screen using Explorer, or on a Macintosh... "IC RECORDER" or "MEMORY CARD." The IC recorder can recognize up to 400 folders...). Utilizing Your Computer 3 Disconnect the IC recorder from your computer (page 85). Copying...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 88
    ... (files*), when playing music files using the IC recorder, is as follows. : Folder name 48 kbps 89 ... MP3 files of 4 minutes each are transferred to the IC recorder. P Notes • A music file copied from your computer can be played back with the IC recorder. Dividing a file and setting a track mark,...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 89
    ... the IC Recorder as USB Memory When the IC recorder is connected to your computer, image data or text data on the computer... computer must meet the specified system requirements to use the IC recorder as USB memory. For details on the system requirements, see page 100. Utilizing Your Computer 89 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 90
    ...Organizer allows you to exchange files with an IC recorder or memory card. The songs imported from music ...can also be played and transferred to an IC recorder. Various operations can be performed for imported ...imported into Sound Organizer. Importing files recorded with an IC recorder You can import ...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 91
    ... music CD. Other convenient uses • You can start the mail software and send a recording file attached to mail. • You can use the voice recognition software Dragon NaturallySpeaking (not supplied) which is compatible with Sound ...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 92
    ... 1 GB (32 bit version)/At least 2 GB (64 bit version) • Free hard disk space At...USB hub is not guaranteed except for models for which operation has been specifically guaranteed. Installing Sound ... Vista). • Sound Organizer cannot be started by a user with limited privileges in Windows XP. 92 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 93
    ...inconsistencies. [SoundOrganizerInstaller.exe], and then follow the instructions on the screen. 3 Make sure that you accept ...]. The installation starts. 1 Make sure that the IC recorder is not connected, then turn on your ... may need to restart your computer after installing Sound Organizer. 93 GB...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 94
    ... files that were recorded with an IC recorder appear in this library when they are imported. 94 GB F G Music: ... IC recorder or memory card. Edit Mode button Displays the edit area so that you ... : Transfers the files of Sound Organizer to an IC recorder or memory card. : Imports the files of an IC ...
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    .... Now you can use the IC recorder while charging the battery. USB AC adaptor (not supplied) You can charge the rechargeable battery by connecting the IC recorder to an AC outlet using a ... you have not used the IC recorder for a certain period of time, charge the battery continuously until " ...
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    ... USB AC adaptor is being used, the battery indicator does not appear in the display window. 1 If you are recording or playing back a file, press x STOP to put ... in red) or accessing data (the operation indicator flashes in orange), - the IC recorder should not be connected to or ...
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    ...an AC power source, a fluorescent lamp or a mobile phone during recording or playback. • Noise may be ... finger, etc., rubs or scratches the unit during recording. On maintenance To clean the exterior, use a soft cloth ... dry cloth to wipe the exterior. Do not use alcohol, benzine or thinner. 97 GB
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    ... of all types of compatible memory cards with the IC recorder. For compatible M2™, please refer to the Sony web site (page 101). "MagicGate™" is the collective name of content protection technologies developed by Sony. The IC recorder does not support data recording/playback that ...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 99
    ... and/ or in the summer, the outdoors exposed to direct sunlight, or a place near a heater. - Humid locations or locations with corrosive substances present. • When using a memory card, make sure to check the correct insertion direction into the memory card slot. Additional Information 99 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 100
    ... with the IC recorder without the Sound Organizer software, or to use the IC recorder as a USB mass storage device, your computer must meet the operating system ...- Windows Vista Ultimate Service Pack 2 or higher - Windows Vista Business Service Pack 2 or higher 100 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 101
    ... your operating system, please access the support home page for the IC recorder: http://www.sony.com/recordersupport Frequency range LPCM 44.1kHz/16bit:...Additional Information Design and specifications IC recorder section Capacity (User available capacity) 2 GB equals 2,147,483...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 102
    .... Not all AAC encoders are supported. One LR03 (size AAA) alkaline battery (not supplied): 1.5 V ... USB AC adaptor AC-U501AD Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. Playback speed control ... 90 mW Power requirements One NH-AAA rechargeable battery (supplied): 1.2 V DC 102 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 103
    ...the folders is as follows. REC Mode Recording scene*7 Built-in memory ICDUX512 LPCM 44.1kHz/ ... battery with new one in the midst of recording. For details on the battery life, see the next table. *6 The maximum recording... varies if you record files in mixed recording mode. *7 Default settings 103 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 104
    Battery life When using a Sony NH-AAA rechargeable battery*1 REC Mode LPCM 44.1kHz/16bit MP3 192kbps MP3 ...) *1 The battery life is measured in testing using methods proprietary to Sony. The battery life may shorten depending on how you operate the IC recorder. *2 When playing back music through the ...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 105
    ... check the following sections. Should any problem persist after you have made these checks, consult your nearest Sony dealer. Please note that recorded files may be deleted during service or repair work. Symptom Noise is heard. Remedy • ...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 106
    ...the built-in speaker, you cannot charge the battery. The IC recorder cannot be turned off. The IC recorder ...(page 78). • Take out the battery and insert it again. The IC recorder is powered off automatically... not a malfunction of the IC recorder. Wait until the start-up display disappears. 106 GB
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    ...the computer. Use the IC recorder formatting function to format the memory (page 79). • The battery is weak (page 13). • The power to the IC recorder is off. Slide the... your computer. Troubleshooting The "File Full" animation is • 199 files have been recorded in the selected folder...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 108
    ...+ or - to adjust the volume (page 24). • The recording scene is set to (Voice Notes) or (Audio IN). Select ... a file. • 199 files have been recorded in the selected folder ( ). Erase some of the files ... than those recorded using the IC recorder (e.g., a file transferred from a computer). 108 GB...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 109
    ... displayed in the supplied Sound Organizer software. The battery life is short. • The IC recorder requires a certain amount... if you do not use the IC recorder, the battery is consumed remaining after you ... you do not intend to use the IC recorder for an the battery inserted for long extended period ...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 110
    ... There is no battery power remaining when you disconnect the IC recorder from the USB AC ... using "IC Recorder Setting" of the Sound Organizer software with the exhausted battery inserted, the menu ... of time. This is not a malfunction of the IC recorder. Wait until the message disappears. 110 GB
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    ...WMA(.wma)/AAC-LC(.m4a) file that the IC recorder supports, they may not be displayed. See... than supplied USB connection support cable. Connect the IC recorder directly to your computer or ...the computer and reboot the computer again. Troubleshooting The IC recorder is not recognized by your computer. ...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 112
    .... Make sure to log on using a user name with computer administrator privileges. The IC recorder cannot be properly connected. ... USB hub, connect the IC recorder directly to the computer or use the supplied USB connection support cable. - Disconnect and then connect the IC recorder. - Connect the ...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 113
    ... the IC recorder. Otherwise the computer operations become unstable or the data inside the IC recorder may be damaged. • There may be conflict between the software and other driver or application. 113 Troubleshooting GB
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    ... towards the center to release the IC recorder from the HOLD status (page 10). • The battery is exhausted. Replace ...Supported • A memory card that the IC recorder does not support is inserted. See "About compatible memory ...you cannot record a new file. Erase some files before recording. 114 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 115
    ... files, because the data of the selected file is damaged. • The IC recorder cannot be turned on using the computer because there is ... IC recorder. • The IC recorder failed in memory access. Remove and then reinsert the battery. • Save a backup copy of your data and format the IC recorder using ...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 116
    ... data is not in a file format that is supported by the IC recorder. The IC recorder supports LPCM(.wav)/...end of a file. • The file being recorded has reached the maximum size limit (2 GB for an LPCM file, and 1 GB for an MP3 file). The file will be divided automatically and recording will continue ...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 117
    ...selected folder or the total number of files stored on the IC recorder exceeds the maximum, you cannot divide a ... memory card. Switch the memory media of the IC recorder to "Built-In Memory" (page 38, 39). ... than the above has occurred. Remove the battery and re-insert it. Troubleshooting 117 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 118
    ... There are some system limitations of the IC recorder. Troubles as mentioned below are not malfunctions... automatically. • The file being recorded has reached the maximum size limit (2 GB for an LPCM file..., the set positions move a little. The remaining recording • You need a certain amount of free...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 119
    ... C File information type indicator : A folder where you can record a file : A folder for playback only : A folder for podcast ... the currently selected scene used for recording. Appears when a scene is set. : Meeting : Voice Notes : Interview : Lecture : Audio IN : My Scene 119 Troubleshooting GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 120
    ... with the VOR function : recording pause with the VOR function (flashing) If you press z REC/PAUSE to pause recording when "VOR" is set to "ON" in the menu, only " " flashes. : synchronized ... : synchronized recording pause (flashing) : review/fast backward, cue/ fast forward : going ...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 121
    ... is displayed in minutes and seconds. Display when recording R Recording progress animation display Displays the progress of an auto (AGC), VOR, or synchronized recording in animation. 121 Troubleshooting GB
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    .... 1:Appears when one file is played back repeatedly. : Appears when files in one folder are played back repeatedly. ALL: Appears when all the files are played back repeatedly. T Noise cut/Effect indicator Appears when the noise cut function is effective or "Effect" is set in the menu. 122 GB
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 123
    Display in the HOLD status U HOLD indicator Appears when the IC recorder is in the HOLD status to prevent unintentional operations. To release the HOLD status, slide the HOLD/POWER switch towards the center (page 10). 123 Troubleshooting GB
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    ...Alarm ...52, 67, 74 Alkaline battery ...104 Auto (AGC) recording ...21 D Display the current date and...67, 74 DPC (Digital Pitch Control) ...47 B Battery indicator ...13 Battery life ...104 Built-in... Select settings ...33, 67, 69 Connecting the IC recorder to your computer ...80 Copying a file to the...
  • Sony ICD-UX512 | Operating Instructions - Page 125
    ... Display ...68, 77 USB Charge ...68, 78 VOR ...67, 71 Message list ...114 microSD/microSDHC ...36, 83 Monitoring the recording ...44 Moving a file ...55, 67, 74 MP3 files ...101 Index N Noise ...97 Noise cut ...46, 67, 72 125 GB
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    ... mark ...59 Troubleshooting ...105 R Rechargeable battery ...11, 95, 104 Recharging the battery ...11 Recording ...19,... IC Recorder with Your Computer ...80 V VOR (Voice Operated Recording) ...35, 67, 71 W WMA files ...100 Switching the memory ...38, 68, 76 Synchronized recording ...42, 67, 71 126 GB
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    Index 127 GB
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