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The SONY ICD-UX333 is a digital voice recorder with a 4 GB internal storage, capable of recording clean and high quality audio, making it suitable for work tasks or even recording live music. Its monaural microphone record sound in MP3 format. The internal storage can be further expanded via a memory card slot. The taken audio can be previewed using a powerful built-in300 mW speaker, and the recorder’s memory can hold up to 1073 hours of recordings in LP mode, i.e. in 8kb/s MP3 format. Alternately, you can record 44 hours and 40 minutes of audio in the highest 192 kb/s quality.
The Scene Select function allows you to select the type of recording you are making (music, business meeting, interview, dictation) to apply the most suitable settings. Intelligent Noise Cut technology enhances human speech for a much clearer audible range and reduces distracting background noise. The SONY ICD-PX333 supports the so-called Track Mark function, which means you can add multiple bookmarks to each recording and jump to next/previous during playback. A large LCD display allows you to easily manage your recordings, further helped by a simple graphical user interface.
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Inputs and outputs:
Direct USB port
Slot for microSD/M2 memory card
Low pass filter
Voice Operated Recording (VOR)
Adding a transcript
Digital treble (speed control)
Intelligent Noise Cut
Move a file
Copy a file
Supplied software and accessories:
Sound Organizer PC software on CD-ROM
2x alkaline dry batteries (AAA)
37.5 x 114.0 x 20.9 mm
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Sony Corporation is a Japanese company founded in 1946. Its headquarters are in Tokyo. Though it started inconspicuously, selling transistor radios, they became one of the leading innovators in the postwar period, developing the CD and DVD, as well as the highly successful PlayStation line.
Though it occasionally struggled during periods of financial crisis and recession, the company always persisted, and today is one of the most prestigious brands worldwide, known for their innovative products in electronics, video games, and the entertainment industry.
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