Manual de instrucciones Sony ICD-CX50

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BBefore you begin  
BBasic Operations  
Adjusting the playback sound  
by amplifying inaudible  
sound–Digital Voice Up  
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Display a full-screen image.  
Index to Parts and Controls  
Identifying the front and rear panels of the unit  
What is the Visual IC recorder?  
Recording a Message with Images  
During playback of  
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Visual IC Recorder  
Operating Instructions  
What you can do with the Visual IC Recorder and its  
camera function?  
What is “Live View”?  
Loading the camera  
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need to activate the camera lens  
ready for shooting and display live  
pictures from the lens on the  
display window. This mode is  
called “Live View”.  
You can shoot an image as a bookmark while recording sound as a new  
message– Message with bookmarks. You can add the maximum of 99  
Maximum recording time  
*
The maximum recording time of all  
the folders is as follows. You can  
record messages for the maximum  
Press DISPLAY briefly.  
allowing you to hear even small  
voices more easily. By adjusting the  
overall recording to its optimum  
level, you can make playback sound  
well-balanced and more audible.  
While recording sound as  
point. The shot image is recorded and added as  
For example, when you record an important meeting, you can shoot an image  
as reminder of the important topic as follows:  
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message, you can shoot an image at the desired  
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bookmark to the message.  
folders (FOLDER01 to FOLDER05). When you add new message folders by  
using the supplied Visual and Voice Editor software, you can record the  
maximum of 1,000 messages in all folders.  
recording time in  
a
single folder. (In  
recording sound only.)  
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Recording modes**  
When you press DISPLAY in the  
Note  
Opening the display  
cover.  
Owner’s Record  
The default  
bookmark  
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Depending on the area you purchased  
the unit, the Digital Voice Up switch  
name shown on the unit may differ.  
The model number is located at the rear and the serial number is located on the side panel of  
the unit. Record the serial number in the space provided below. Refer to these numbers  
whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product.  
recorded message, you can start recording quickly without searching for the  
end of the last recording.  
STLP  
SP  
Approx. 22 hr. 5 min.  
Approx. 35 hr  
To load the live view in the display  
window, do the following:  
e.g.  
Message 1 Message 2  
Blank space  
LP  
(hr.: hours/min.: minutes)  
In continuous recording  
Approx. 93 hr. 30 min.  
Listening in better sound  
quality  
You can enjoy better sound quality as  
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Serial No.  
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Newly recorded message  
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message with bookmarks  
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Open the display cover.  
Do either of the following:  
ST: Standard play stereo recording  
mode/STLP: Long play stereo  
recording mode /SP: Standard play  
monaural recording mode/LP:  
Long play monaural recording  
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Shoot an image of the  
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Shoot an image of the  
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and open the display cover.  
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jack. The built-in speaker will be  
automatically disconnected.  
•To listen from an external speaker:  
Connect an active or passive  
The Live View mode is activated  
and you can shoot an image by  
pressing CAPTURE.  
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To select the recording mode  
For how to select the recording mode,  
see “Operating the Menu”.  
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Lens mount (HOLD on/off, Camera on/off,  
camera self mode)  
You can set the unit to the following modes as you  
rotate the lens mount to the following position:  
HOLD on: When you rotate the lens mount to  
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REC (record) /PAUSE button  
Press here to start and pause recording.  
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is displayed in the message list or  
a
reminder of the contents of the message.  
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Rotate the lens mount to “z” (HOLD off/  
Camera off) position until it clicks into  
place.  
Slide open the cover to display the whole  
LCD display window.  
Stop playing a message.  
speaker (not supplied) to the  
(headphones) jack.  
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To record in better sound quality,  
select the ST or STLP mode.  
Playback stops. To resume playback from  
that point, press u.  
“HOLD”, “HOLD” will appear for 3 seconds and  
then the display will be turned off.  
image.  
called  
a
“message with bookmarks”. (See “Recording  
a
Message with  
Before making  
a
long recording, be  
During recording and playback: recording or  
playback continues but the functions of the  
buttons are locked. The live view mode, if  
activated, will be turned off.  
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Recording sound only  
Message without bookmark  
change the display as follows:  
In the live view mode: Turns off and on the display  
of image information.  
When the live view is off: Switches the thumbnail  
view of the messages or bookmarks and full-  
screen preview of an image.  
By pressing for more than one second, it works as  
MENU button to display the menu on the LCD  
display.  
During stop: The unit enters into the standby  
mode.  
INFORMATION  
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Apple and Macintosh are trademarks of Apple  
Computer Inc., registered in the USA and other  
countries.  
bookmark”. You can add images later as bookmarks. (See the reverse side.)  
You cannot record through the  
built-in microphone if you connect  
This equipment has been tested and found to comply  
Shooting an image only  
Picture message  
When you do not press any key or button for  
approximately 15 seconds, the display will  
be turned off. To turn it on, press any key.  
To cancel the HOLD function  
Rotate the lens mount to select other position.  
z HOLD off/Camera off: When you rotate the lens  
with the limits for  
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You can also shoot an image without recording sound. The recorded  
message contains an image only, which is called “picture message”. You can  
add sound later. (See the reverse side.)  
an external microphone to the  
(microphone) connector.  
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Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to  
provide reasonable protection against harmful  
mount to the “z” position, you can record  
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interference in  
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residential installation. This equipment  
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variety of editing and playback features:  
Selecting  
Without selecting  
message will be recorded in the  
current folder. You can also select the  
folder where you record message.  
For the details, see “Searching for  
a
folder  
a
folder,  
a
new  
message but cannot shoot an image. If the lens  
mount is turned from the HOLD position, HOLD  
will be canceled.  
Camera on (Open): Rotate the lens mount further  
than “zHOLD off/Camera off” position and to  
the next position it clicks into place. This position  
is called “Camera on (Open)” position in this  
manual where the camera is activated. You can  
turn on the live view mode.  
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy  
and, if not installed and used in accordance with the  
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio  
communications.  
Recording sound to  
a
picture message– Post-recording  
You can add sound to  
a
previously shot image (picture message), which is  
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United States and/or other countries.  
Shooting images while playing back sound  
message  
– Adding bookmarks to a  
mode.  
Bookmark, Message or Folder” on the  
reverse side.  
During playback pause, the REC/PLAY  
indicator and the counter indication  
flashes. To resume playback from that  
occur in  
a
particular installation. If this equipment does  
You do not need to keep pressing REC/  
PAUSE while recording.  
cause harmful interference to radio or television  
reception, which can be determined by turning the  
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to  
correct the interference by one or more of the following  
measures:  
While playing back sound of  
as a bookmark. You can also erase  
a
message, you can shoot an image and add it  
bookmark from an message.  
All other trademarks and registered trademarks are  
trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective  
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Remaining memory indication  
Recording mode Remaining time  
indication  
Monitoring the recording  
When recording from the built-in  
microphone, you connect headphones  
point, press  
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again.  
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x
(stop) button  
Playing back sound of message  
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go back to the beginning  
of the current message  
Press  
v
(.) once.*  
Camera on (Self): Rotate the lens mount further  
than “Camera on (Open)” position until it clicks  
into place. The lens faces towards you. This  
position is called “Camera on (Self)” position You  
can turn on the live view and can shoot your self  
view.  
holders. Furthermore, “™” and  
in each case in this manual.  
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are not mentioned  
supplied or not supplied to the  
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qf VOL (volume) +/– button  
Adjust the playback sound volume with the button.  
Displaying bookmarks while playing back sound  
skip to the next message  
Press  
Press  
(During stop mode, keep the key  
pressed to skip the messages  
continuously.)  
V
v
(>) once.*  
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.  
Increase the separation between the equipment and  
receiver.  
The bookmarks are displayed while the message sound is played back. You  
(headphones) jack and monitor the  
recording from the connected  
headphones. You can adjust the  
volume with VOL +/–, but the  
recording level is fixed.  
The “Visual and Voice Editor” uses software modules as  
can select  
You can also repeat or erase the section between the two bookmarks, search  
for specific point by locating bookmarks. (See “Playing Back and  
Displaying Message”.)  
a
specific bookmark and display in full-screen size.  
Current message  
number/Number of  
messages in the  
folder  
go back to previous  
messages/skip to succeeding  
messages  
(.) or  
V
(>) repeatedly.  
qg V-UP (Digital Voice Up) ON/OFF switch  
You can make the playback sound well-balanced and  
more audible by enabling the Digital Voice Up  
function as follows:  
shown bel  
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technician for help.  
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Macro switch (off/ on)  
Connecting the IC recorder to the PC  
Note  
*
About 10 minutes after you pause playback, playback pause is automatically  
released and the unit goes into the stop mode.  
You can turn on or off the macro feature when you  
shoot an image in the live-view mode.  
ounp:s. Turns on the macro feature for shooting close-  
ON: Digital Voice Up function is activated. Inaudible  
low-level part of a recorded message is amplified  
so that the overall recording is adjusted to its  
optimum level.  
OFF: A message is played back without Digital Voice  
Up function.  
Note  
Depending on the area you purchased the unit, the  
Digital Voice Up switch name shown on the unit may  
differ.  
Counter display*  
Message icon  
You can connect your IC recorder to the PC and use the Visual and Voice  
Editor supplied to display, play, save, and edit messages.  
You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not  
expressly approved in this manual could void your  
authority to operate this equipment.  
Troubleshooting  
Remaining battery indication  
REC/PLAY indicator  
(lights in red during recording.)  
off: Turns off the macro feature.  
Before taking the unit for repair, check the following  
sections. Should any problem persists after you have  
made these checks, consult your nearest Sony dealer.  
Display cover  
If you have any questions about this product, you may  
call: Sony Customer Information Services Center 1-800-  
2Speak to the built-in microphone.  
When the LCD cover is open: You can view the LCD  
display in full-screen. You can also activate the  
live view mode to shoot an image.  
When the LCD cover is close: You cannot activate  
the live view mode or display the menu.  
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The unit does not operate.  
BGetting started  
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The display selected with the “Display” in the  
menu appears.  
Using the digital zoom  
feature  
You can press >/.during live  
Operating the Menu  
The battery has run out. Charge the battery.  
The buttons are locked while the lens mount is in the  
HOLD position. (If you press any button, “HOLD”  
Declaration of Conformity  
Step 1: Charging the Built-in Battery  
qh RESET button  
In case the unit cannot be operated, press here with a  
pointed object for more than 0.5 second.  
Trade Name:  
Model:  
SONY  
view and zoom in on an image using  
During stop, playback or recording, you can use the menu to change the  
operation modes in playback and recording, display mode, or other settings.  
Display the menu and change the settings as follows:  
How the display changes in  
menu operation  
ICD-CX50  
will appear for  
3
seconds.)  
the digital zoom process  
.
For the  
Display window (with built-in speaker)  
For the details, see “Using the display window”  
below. The built-in speaker outputs sound when no  
headphones or active speaker are connected.  
Note  
Responsible Party: Sony Electronics Inc.  
Address: 16530 Via Esprillo, San Diego,  
CA 92127 U.S.A.  
Connect the supplied AC power  
adaptor to the DC IN 6V jack of  
the unit and to the wall outlet.  
Notes  
details, see “Using the Digital Zoom  
Feature” on the reverse side.  
No sound comes from the speaker.  
Use the AC power adaptor supplied  
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4
Load the Live View in the  
display window.  
Entering the  
menu mode (1)  
qj Slit for a handstrap  
You can attach a handstrap (not supplied) here.  
The headphones are plugged in.  
The volume is turned down completely.  
AC power  
adaptor  
(supplied)  
with the unit only. If you use any  
other AC power adaptor, the unit  
may be damaged.  
Telephone Number: 858-942-2230  
Shooting close-ups  
For close-ups of small subjects  
can slide the Macro switch to  
(macro) position and shoot  
For the details, see “Shooting Close-  
ups Macro” on the reverse side.  
Macro  
To  
Do this  
qk Camera lens  
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules.  
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:  
Sound comes from the speaker even when the  
headphones are plugged in.  
The CHG (charge) lamp lights in  
red and the unit starts charging the  
battery. When the lamp turns off,  
the charging is completed.  
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you  
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enter the menu mode.  
Press MENU for more than one  
second.  
When the display window is contaminated, use the  
If you try to charge the unit when  
the unit is fully charged, the CHG  
Rotate the lens mount further than “zHOLD off/  
Camera off” position until it clicks into place at  
the next position (“Camera on (Open)” position).  
The camera is activated and the display shows the  
live view from the lens.  
inner cloth of the carrying pouch supplied or  
cloth such as glasses cleaning cloth to wipe the  
screen surface softly.  
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i (headphones) jack  
To monitor the recording from the built-in  
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1) This device may not cause harmful interference,  
If you plug in the headphones not securely during  
playback, the sound may come from the speaker.  
Unplug the headphones and then insert them securely.  
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received, including interference that may cause  
undesired operation.  
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go back to the previous step.  
Press v/V and press u.  
Selecting the  
desired menu  
item (2)  
(Usually it takes about  
2
hours and  
fully charge the built-  
extended period of time, charge the  
battery. The clock may be reset to  
its default settings.  
Press v/V to select “Return” and  
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6
CHG (Charge) lamp  
supplied here. You can adjust the volume with VOL  
+/– qf, but the recording level is fixed.  
Polarity of  
the plug  
press u.  
appear, press b.  
Press v/V and press u.  
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If “Return” does not  
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You cannot start recording.  
30 minutes  
in battery.)  
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Shooting yourself– Self  
position  
Rotate the lens mount to show  
yourself in the live view display  
window. For the details, see  
The memory is full. Erase some of the messages. Or use  
the Visual and Voice Editor to save the IC recorder  
messages to the hard disk of your PC.  
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select the setting item.  
exit the menu mode.  
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m (microphone) jack (PLUG IN POWER)  
You can connect an external microphone here. When  
an external microphone is connected, the built-in  
microphone is automatically cut off.  
For the customers in the USA and  
Canada  
RECYCLING LITHIUM-ION BATTERIES  
Lithium-Ion batteries are recyclable.  
When you use the unit for the first time after  
purchase, or when the unit has been out of battery  
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setting item  
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The indicator lights in red during recording or in  
green during playback. It flashes in red during  
recording pause. During accessing the data, it flashes  
in red or orange.  
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REC/PLAY lamp lights or flashes,  
do not remove the AC power  
adaptor or USB connecting cable.  
The unit is accessing data while  
“ACCESS“ appears in the display  
window. While accessing, you  
cannot operate the unit.  
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If you do not press the key or button for one minute, the menu mode is automatically  
cancelled and the window will return to normal display.  
wa DC IN 6V jack  
Connect the supplied AC power adaptor for  
charging.  
You can help preserve our  
environment by returning  
your used rechargeable batteries to  
the collection and  
You cannot shoot an image.  
When you do not operate the unit for  
approximately 30 seconds after the live view is  
activated, the live view mode will quit.  
You cannot shot an image when the lens mount is not  
set to “Camera on (Open)” or “Camera on (Self)”  
position.  
Battery remain indicator  
The battery indicator on the display window shows the battery condition:  
Recording sound only  
without bookmark  
Release the HOLD function by  
rotating the lens mount to “zHOLD  
off/Camera off” position.  
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CAPTURE button  
Press to shoot an image. If the live view is not  
activated, pressing this button activates the live view  
mode.  
ws USB connector  
Use the supplied USB cable to connect the unit to a  
PC.  
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“Battery Low” appears. Charge battery.  
Menu items Settings (*: Initial setting)  
Stop/Play/Rec/Live**  
recycling location nearest you.  
If the unit is required to process  
excessive amount of data,  
REC Mode  
You can set the recording mode (bit rate):  
You cannot add  
a
post-recording to an message.  
The remaining memory is too short.  
The message already has recorded sound. You can  
add post-recording to message without recorded  
sound.  
:
“Charge Battery” appears and the unit will stop operation.  
For more information regarding recycling of rechargeable  
batteries, call toll free 1-800-822-8837, or visit  
http://www.rbrc.org/  
Battery life*  
“ACCESS“ may be displayed for an  
extended period of time. This is not  
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You can record for longer time (monaural sound). (6 kbps)  
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11h.30m. 14hr.  
11 h. 12 hr.  
(hr.: hours/min.: minutes)  
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malfunction of the unit. Wait until  
In continuous sound recording: 10h.30m. 13h.  
In continuous sound playback**: 9h.30m. 10 h.  
the message disappears.  
Caution: Do not handle damaged or leaking Lithium-Ion  
batteries.  
Recording is interrupted (when recording from an  
external device).  
(camera) button  
Post-recording  
Erase  
Displays the window to start post-recording of voice to a picture message.  
Displays the menu to erase messages:  
On the standby mode  
If you do not operate any keys or  
buttons for 15 seconds, the display  
(If live view is not displayed, press this button to  
resume the live view .)  
Using the display window  
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If you use an audio connecting cable without  
to connect the sound source to the IC recorder, sound  
may be recorded interrupted. Make sure to use  
resistance audio connecting cable.  
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In approximate hours and minutes.  
The battery life may shorten depending on the operation of the unit.  
Picture size indicator  
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Union and other European countries with  
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message by selecting it in the message list.  
OK/OK/–/–  
OK/–/–/–  
** When playing back through the internal speaker with the medium volume level  
Zoom scaling indicator  
All in Folder: You can erase all the messages in the current folder.  
wake up the unit, press any key or  
button to start operation.  
Then press REC/PAUSE to start  
Bookmark: You can display the bookmarks of the currently selected message and select OK/OK/–/–  
and erase bookmark.  
Folder list  
Message list  
Bookmark list  
Noise is heard.  
recording  
a
message.  
This symbol on the product  
or on its packaging indicates  
that this product shall not be  
treated as household waste.  
Instead it shall be handed  
over to the applicable  
collection point for the  
recycling of electrical and  
electronic equipment. By  
If you open or close the display cover during  
recording, noise of opening or closing may be  
recorded.  
An object, such as your finger, etc., accidentally rubbed  
or scratched the unit during recording so that noise  
was recorded.  
Yopoeuncinang rtheceodrdispalmayecsosavgeer woritrhootautting  
the lens mount further to the  
“Camera on” position.  
a
When the display cover is closed  
Section:  
You can select bookmark and erase the section between the selected  
bookmark and the next bookmark. You can also select which bookmark  
among the two will remain.  
a
OK/OK/–/–  
Press B.  
.
.
1
2
Adjust zoom scaling.  
>: Zoom in (up to x4).  
.: Zoom out (down to x1).  
Note  
If the memory becomes full, use the  
USB cable to connect the unit with the  
Display Set  
You can change the display settings (Counter/Title Image/Backlight) on the display  
window:  
>
>
Press b.  
The unit was placed near an AC power source,  
a
Step 2: Setting the Clock  
When the display cover is open  
fluorescent lamp or  
or playback.  
a
mobile phone during recording  
PC  
,
and use the supplied Visual and  
Counter:  
You can select the display mode on the display window. (See “Changing  
the Counter Display” on the reverse side.)  
Press CAPTURE.  
Voice Editor software to save  
a
(Elapse Time*/Remaining Time/REC Date/REC Time)  
OK/OK/OK/OK  
OK/–/–/–  
ensuring this product is  
disposed of correctly, you  
Plug of the connected microphone was dirty when  
recording. Clean the plug.  
You need to set the clock to record the date and time with recording and  
shooting. When you use the unit for the first time after purchase, or when the  
Note on setting the clock  
Set the clock while the unit is in the  
stop mode.  
The image shown on the display window will be  
recorded as  
maximum of 99 images as bookmarks to a  
message.  
will help prevent potential  
negative consequences for  
the environment and human  
health, which could  
otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of  
this product. The recycling of materials will help to  
conserve natural resources. For more detailed  
information about recycling of this product, please  
contact your local city office, your household waste  
disposal service or the shop where you purchased the  
product.  
Headphones plug is dirty. Clean the plug.  
When an image is shot, sound may be interrupted  
because of rubbed or operation sound. Use of the  
electret condenser microphone ECM-CS10 (not  
supplied) may improve the condition.  
unit has been out of battery for  
a
certain period of time, “Set Date&Time”  
a
bookmark. You can add the  
Title Image: You can change a bookmark for the title image to be displayed in  
the message list.  
appears. Release the HOLD function and set the date and time as follows:  
To display the clock setting  
window and current time  
You can display the clock setting  
window to set the date and time or  
check the current time:  
Backlight: You can turn on or off the backlight on the display window during  
operation.  
ON*: The backlight on the display window lights during operation.  
Press the control key upward, downward, leftward, or  
rightward (v/V/b/B) to select an item, and then press  
down the center (u) to decide on the item.  
OK/OK/OK/OK  
Recording level is low.  
• If it is difficult to hear small sound of  
OFF: The backlight on the display window turns off during operation.  
a
recorded  
In this manual, these operations are described as follows:  
1Press MENU for more than one  
Picture Size  
Playback Set  
You can select the picture size in which an image is recorded:  
message, slide the V-UP (Digital Voice Up) switch to  
“ON”. Playback sound may become more audible.  
Press  
v
(.).  
second to display the menu.  
1280  
x
960*: Images will be recorded in 1280  
better picture quality.  
x
960 pixels. You can record an image in  
OK/OK/OK/OK  
640  
x
480: Images will be recorded in 640  
x
480 pixels. You can record larger number  
a
Press  
Folder, Message, or Bookmark list.  
(camera) or CAPTURE in the  
Press DISPLAY in the Message  
or Bookmark list.  
Playback speed is too fast or too slow.  
Press B .  
of images.  
The playback speed is adjusted in the “DPC” in the  
menu. Display the “DPC” in the menu and select it to  
Applicable Accessories: Stereo headphones  
Press b.  
You can enable DPC (Digital Pitch Control) playback and Bookmark Repeat playback.  
The validity of the CE marking is restricted to only those  
countries where it is legally enforced, mainly in the  
countries EEA (European Economic Area).  
OFF”.  
Press u.  
5
Stop recording a message.  
DPC:  
You can set the playback speed:  
Live view  
Full-screen preview of a message title or  
bookmark image  
“y--m--d” or “--:--” is displayed.  
You have not set the clock. Display the “Date&Time”  
in the menu and set the clock.  
The date and time of recording will not be displayed if  
you recorded the message when the clock was not set.  
Display the “Date&Time” in the menu and set the clock.  
2Press v/V to select “Date&Time”.  
The current time is displayed in the  
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OFF*: Messages will be played back at normal speed.  
Press  
V
(>).  
Press  
x
(stop).  
ON:  
Messages will be played back at the specified speed. You can adjust OK/OK/–/–  
the speed of the playback between twice the normal speed (+100%)  
and half the normal speed (–50%)  
Recording stops at the beginning of the  
message just recorded.  
The first bookmark shot is displayed in the  
message list.  
Notice for users  
1
Press v/V to select the digits for the year.  
v: to decrease the number  
V: to increase the number  
Bookmark You can turn on or off the bookmark repeat playback:  
Repeat:  
ON:  
When you start playback, the section between the two bookmarks  
will be played back repeatedly.  
Program  
©
2005 Sony Corporation  
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OK/OK/–/–  
OK/–/–/–  
Documentation ©2005 Sony Corporation  
2
3
Press u.  
3To set the clock, press  
u
display the “Date&Time” window.  
to  
OFF*: When you start playback, normal playback of the selected message  
starts. The unit plays back from the selected message to the last  
message in the current folder continuously.  
while the unit is in recording or playback mode.  
character in folder or message name is  
displayed in blank.  
All rights reserved. This manual or the software  
described herein, in whole or in part, may not be  
reproduced, translated or reduced to any machine  
readable form without prior written approval from Sony  
Corporation.  
The month digits will flash.  
A
a
Repeat steps  
hour, and then minutes in sequence.  
To select previous or next item  
for the previous item or for the next  
1
and  
2
to set the month, day,  
Date&Time  
You can set the clock manually or automatically:  
The unit cannot support and display some characters  
which are entered using the supplied “Visual and  
Voice Editor“ software.  
Auto*:  
If the unit is connected to a PC while the supplied Visual and Voice Editor is  
operating, the clock is automatically set according to the PC internal clock.  
Displays the window to set the clock manually (05/1/1/0:00*).  
(See “Step 2: Setting the Clock”.)  
a
Press  
item.  
Note  
b
B
To  
Do this  
Manual:  
1
2
Folder list  
Displays the icons and names of the folders.  
Notes  
• If data other than message is saved, the remaining  
memory time is displayed excluding the data. You can  
check the remaining memory by selecting “Remaining  
Time” in the “Counter” menu.  
IN NO EVENT SHALL SONY CORPORATION BE  
LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL  
OR SPECIAL DAMAGES, WHETHER BASED ON TORT,  
CONTRACT, OR OTHERWISE, ARISING OUT OF OR  
IN CONNECTION WITH THIS MANUAL, THE  
SOFTWARE OR OTHER INFORMATION CONTAINED  
HEREIN OR THE USE THEREOF.  
pause recording*  
Press REC/PAUSE.  
The remaining time displayed in the display  
window is shorter than that displayed in the  
supplied “Visual and Voice Editor“ software.  
During recording pause, the REC/PLAY indicator  
and the counter indication flashes. You can shoot an  
image during recording pause.  
If you do not press  
u
for more than one minute, the  
4Press v/V to select “Manual” and  
USB Batt Charge You can set the unit to be charged from the connected PC via the USB connection.  
Screen tabs  
Bookmark)  
Screen tabs for the Folder list, Message list, and  
Bookmark list are displayed.  
(
:
Folder/  
:
Message/  
:
clock setting mode is cancelled and the window will  
return to normal display.  
then press  
through  
the Clock”.  
u
and follow the steps  
ON*:  
When the unit is connected to the PC, the internal battery will be charged  
via the USB connector.  
The unit requires  
a
certain amount of memory for  
1
4
of the “Step 2: Setting  
OK/–/–/–  
OK/–/–/–  
When you set the “Beep” in the menu to “OFF”, an  
alarm sound (beep) does not sound.  
system operation. That amount is subtracted from the  
remaining time, which is the reason for the difference.  
release pause and  
resume recording  
Press REC/PAUSE.  
Recording resumes from that point.  
OFF:  
The battery will be charged only when the AC power adaptor is connected to  
4
Press  
x
(stop) to return to the normal  
You cannot record messages up to the maximum  
recording time.  
display.  
listen to the current  
recording  
Press  
x
(stop) to stop recording, then press u.  
3
Scroll bar  
0 Messages list  
Sony Corporation reserves the right to make any  
modification to this manual or the information contained  
herein at any time without notice.  
Folder Settings You can change the icon and name of the currently selected folder.  
Folder Icon: You can change the folder icon from the templates.  
Folder Name: You can change the folder name from the templates.  
(See the reverse side.)  
Displays the thumbnails of the title images of the  
messages saved in the folder. The first bookmark or  
bookmark specified is displayed as title image. If  
there is no image (bookmark) recorded, the following  
If you record messages in  
a
mixture of ST, STLP, SP  
*
About 10 minutes after you pause recording, recording pause is automatically  
released and the unit goes into the stop mode.  
and LP modes, the recordable time varies from the  
maximum ST mode recording time to the maximum  
LP mode recording time.  
4
5
Selected message number in the selected  
folder /Total number of the messages  
The software described herein may also be governed by  
When you select “Auto” for  
“Date&Time”  
the terms of  
a
separate user license agreement.  
This software is for Windows and cannot be used for  
Macintosh.  
Beep  
You can turn on or off the beep.  
icon is displayed:  
VOICE  
There may be other formatted data in the memory.  
Since you need the minimum recording unit to record  
When you connect the unit to the  
PC after the Visual and Voice  
Editor is started, the clock of the  
unit is automatically set according  
to the internal clock of your PC.  
ON*:  
OFF:  
A
No beep sound will be heard except for the alarm for illegal operations.  
beep will sound to indicate that operation has been accepted.  
OK/OK/–/–  
OK/–/–/–  
Counter indication  
Playing Back and displaying Messages  
The display mode selected with the “Counter” of the  
“Display Set” in the menu appears (Elapse Time/  
Remaining Time/REC Date/REC Time). For how to  
set the counter display mode, see “Changing the  
Counter Display” on the reverse side.  
qa Bookmark list  
Displays the thumbnails of the bookmarks recorded  
in a message.  
The supplied connecting cable is for the IC recorders  
ICD-CX50. You cannot connect other IC recorders.  
a
message even shorter than the minimum recording  
Format  
You can erase all the data in the memory and resets it to the initial status.  
unit, the actual total recording time may become  
srehcoorrtdererth. an the maximum recording time of the IC  
Information  
You can play back  
a
message you have just finished recording as follows:  
Selecting  
a
message to be  
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qs Playback slider  
Displays the current position in  
playback or stop mode. The position where a  
bookmark is located is marked with “|”, and the  
bookmark position before the playback or stop  
position is marked with V.  
played back  
You can select the folder and the  
message to be played back:  
a message during  
IN NO EVENT SHALL SELLER BE LIABLE FOR ANY  
DIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL  
DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE, OR LOSSES OR  
EXPENSES RESULTING FROM ANY DEFECTIVE  
PRODUCT OR THE USE OF ANY PRODUCT.  
If the length of each message cannot be divided by the  
minimum recording unit, the remaining recording time  
may decrease by more than the total length of the  
messages.  
6
Recording mode indication  
Displays the current recording mode specified with  
the “REC Mode” in the menu:  
1In the folder list, select the folder  
where the desired message is saved.  
For how to select the folder in the  
folder list, see “Searching for  
Bookmark, Message or Folder” on  
the reverse side.  
1
Start playback.  
REC/PLAY indicator  
lights in green during playback.)  
1Press u.  
The unit plays back all the messages in the  
current folder continuously. Then it stops at  
the beginning of the last message in the  
folder.  
No more recording can be made when 99 messages  
ST: Standard play stereo recording mode  
STLP: Long play stereo recording mode  
SP: Standard play monaural recording mode  
LP: Long play monaural recording mode  
each have been recorded in  
a
folder.  
a
qd Picture size indicator  
Displays the picture size specified with the menu.  
Before you record one-time events, you may want to  
make trial recording to make sure that the IC  
recorder is working correctly.  
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the counter (elapsed time) and the remaining time  
becomes shorter than the maximum recording time of  
the IC recorder.  
2In the message list, press  
v
select the desired message.  
or  
V
to  
qf Zoom scaling indicator  
Displays the current zoom scaling. You can zoom in  
an image by pressing > (T: telephotograph) and  
zoom out by pressing .(W: wide-angle).  
7
8
Repeat play indicator  
Appears when “Bookmark Repeat” is selected  
with the “Playback Set” in the menu.  
Contents of the recording cannot be compensated for  
if recording or playback is not possible due to  
malfunction of your IC recorder.  
a
Switching the message list  
and bookmark list  
The battery life is short.  
Remaining battery indicator  
Duplication, edition, or transmission of  
a
CD, TV  
The battery life mentioned in “Step 1: Charging the Built-  
in Battery” is based on playback through internal  
speaker with the medium volume level. The battery  
life may shorten depending on the operation of the  
unit.  
Selected message  
number/Number of  
messages in the  
selected folder  
Press  
In the message list, title images  
(bookmarks) of the messages in the  
current folder is displayed.  
In the bookmark list, bookmarks in  
the current message is displayed.  
B
or b.  
Displays the remaining battery volume. When the  
AC power adaptor (supplied) is connected, the  
indicator does not appear.  
programs, copyrighted materials such as pictures or  
publications, or any other materials except for your  
own recording or creation is limited to private or  
domestic use only. Unless you hold copyright or  
have permission of copyright holders for the  
materials to be duplicated, use of those materials  
beyond this limit may infringe the provisions of the  
copyright law and be subject to the copyright  
holder’s claim for damages.  
When using photo images with this IC recorder, pay  
special attention not to infringe the provisions of the  
copyright law. Any unauthorized use or  
modification of others’ portrait may also infringe  
their rights. For some demonstrations, performances,  
or exhibits, photography may be forbidden.  
9
Remaining memory indicator  
CHG (charge) lamp flashes in red and you cannot  
charge the battery.  
Counter display*  
You can search for  
bookmark by pressing V  
a
message or  
or v.  
During recording, the indicator decreases one by  
one.  
When the remaining recording time reaches 10  
minutes, the indicator flashes. The remaining  
time will also appear.  
2
Adjust the volume with VOLUME +/–  
.
You are trying to charge the battery in  
a
temperature  
exceeding the range suitable for charging the battery.  
Charge the battery within the temperature range of 5°C  
to 35°C (41°F to 95°F).  
Searching forward/backward  
during playback (Cue/Review)  
i
(headphones) jack  
To search forward (cue): Keep V  
pressed during playback and  
release the key at the point you  
wish to resume playback.  
“ACCESS” display does not disappear.  
If the unit is required to process excessive amount of  
data, “ACCESS“ may be displayed for an extended  
To search backward (review):  
period of time. This is not  
a
malfunction of the unit.  
*
The display selected with the “Counter” in the menu appears.  
Keep v pressed during playback  
and release the key at the point you  
wish to resume playback.  
Wait until the message disappears.  
Remaining memory time  
Backup recommendations  
To avoid potential risk of data loss caused by  
accidental operation or malfunction of the IC recorder,  
The unit does not operate correctly.  
• Push in the RESET button to reset the system.  
When the memory is full, recording automatically  
stops and “Memory is Full” will be displayed  
with an alarm sound. To continue recording, first  
erase some of the messages.  
If you keep V or v pressed, the unit  
You cannot connect the unit to the PC.  
starts to search at higher speed.  
During cue/review, the elapse time  
will be displayed, regardless of the  
display “Counter” setting in the  
menu.  
make sure to save  
a
backup copy of your recorded  
messages including sound and images on your PC  
using the supplied Visual and Voice Editor software.  
Refer to the “Visual and Voice Editor ” operating  
instructions.  
Please note that recorded messages may be erased during  
service or repair work.  

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