Digital Voice Recorders

 


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Digital voice recorders are recorders that enable digital recording of voices. They are used mostly by doctors, lawyers, businessmen, and other busy people who do not have time to record and store data immediately. Digital voice records are ideal for recording the minutes of meetings, without the fuss of tapes and other equipment.

Digital voice recorders are much more advanced than audio tape recorders. They can store a large amount of data. Functions like organizing, editing and playing are also much more advanced.

Some of the most popular digital voice recorders are the Olympus DS-330 Digital Voice Recorder, Olympus WS-200S Digital Voice Recorder, Sony ICDSX25VTP Digital Voice Recorder, Olympus DM-10 Digital Voice Recorder, and Panasonic RRUS380 Digital Voice Recorder. Apart from recording, these voice recorders can perform other functions such as direct PC link, easy search options, more recording modes, fast and slow playback modes, index marking, digital voice-up function, advanced digital voice-operated recording, digital pitch control, stereo sound effects, voice activation, removable memory cards, attractive LCD display, music download features, and USB compatibility; they also come with special software for voice editing. The downloaded files can also be archived, transferred, transcribed, or e-mailed in WAV format.

Digital voice recorders have a recording time in the range of nine hours to thirty-six hours or more. Some also have a built-in memo recorder. They come in very slim, sleek, and attractive designs and are extremely easy to operate. Most of them function on AAA batteries which may last for ten hours or more. Other accessories may include a telephone-connection adaptor, external microphone and earpiece, patch-cord for PC connection, and required software. Most of them are compatible with Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP and almost any digital voice or music player. Prices of digital voice recorders start from $100, and the price may go beyond $600 depending upon the model and the options available.

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