Instrukcja obsługi Sony ICD-PX440

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IC Recorder
Quick Start Guide
© 2014 Sony Corporation Printed in China
ˎ IC Recorder (1)
ˎ LR03 (size AAA) alkaline battery
ˎ Quick Start Guide
ˎ Application Software, Sound
Organizer (Installer file stored in
the built‑in memory so that you
can install it to your computer.)
ˎ Help Guide (HTML file stored
in the built‑in memory so it
can easily be copied to your
Check the supplied items.
ˎ Electret condenser microphone
ˎ Rechargeable battery
ˎ USB AC adaptor AC‑U50AG
ˎ Compact charger & 2‑pcAAA
Multi‑Use Premium
batteries BCG‑34HS2KAN,
Optional accessories
Welcome to your new Sony IC recorder!
This is the Quick Start Guide, which provides you with instructions on the basic operations of the IC recorder.
Please read it carefully. We hope you enjoy using your new Sony IC recorder.
Let’s try out your new IC recorder Utilizing Your Computer
Installing the help guide on your computer
By installing the help guide on your computer from the built‑in memory of the IC recorder, you can search for
detailed operations and possible solutions when a problem occurs.
Slide the USB slide lever on the back of the IC recorder, and insert the USB connector into the USB
port of a running computer.
In Windows: Click [Computer] (or [My Computer]), then double-click [IC RECORDER] [FOR
In Mac: Double-click [IC RECORDER] on the desktop.
Install the help guide.
In Windows: Double‑click [Help_Guide_Installer] (or [Help_Guide_Installer.exe]).
In Mac: Double‑click []. (v10.5.8 or higher)
Follow the instructions that appear on the screen to proceed with installation.
After the installation completes, double-click the [Help_Guide_icdp44_ce.htm] icon in the desktop
for Windows (or in Finder for Mac).
The help guide is displayed.
You can also view the help guide on the following Sony IC Recorder customer support home page:
Copying files from the IC recorder to your computer
You can copy the files and folders from the IC recorder to your computer to store them.
Connect the IC recorder to your computer.
Copy files or folders you want to transfer to your computer.
Drag and drop the files or folders you want to copy from “IC RECORDER” or “MEMORY CARD” to the local
disk on your computer.
To copy a file or folder (Drag and drop)
Your computer
Click and hold,
and then drop.
Disconnect the IC recorder from your computer.
Installing Sound Organizer
Install Sound Organizer on your computer.
Sound Organizer is compatible with the Windows PC only. It is not compatible with Mac.
¼ When installing Sound Organizer, log in to an account with administrator privileges.
Slide the USB slide lever on the back of the IC recorder, and insert the USB connector into the USB
port of a running computer.
If the IC recorder cannot be connected to a computer directly, a dedicated USB connection support cable
PC‑U004 is available as a repair part for a fee.
For more details, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
You can also use a self‑powered USB hub, provided it has a USB logo.
Make sure the IC recorder has been recognized properly.
While the IC recorder is connected to the computer, “Connecting” is displayed in the display window of the
IC recorder.
Go to the [Start] menu, click [Computer] (or [My Computer]), and then double-click [IC RECORDER]
Double-click [SoundOrganizerInstaller_V150] (or [SoundOrganizerInstaller_V150.exe]).
Follow the instructions that appear on the screen.
Make sure that you accept the terms of the license agreement, select [I accept the terms in the
license agreement], and then click [Next].
When the [Setup Type] window appears, select [Standard] or [Custom], and then click [Next].
Follow the instructions on the screen and set the installation settings when you select [Custom].
When the [Ready to Install the Program] window appears, click [Install].
The installation starts.
When the [Sound Organizer has been installed successfully.] window appears, check [Launch
Sound Organizer Now], and then click [Finish].
You may need to restart your computer after installing Sound Organizer.
If you format the built‑in memory, all data stored there will be erased. (The Help Guide and the Sound Organizer
software will also be erased.)
1. Power on.
Slide and lift the battery compartment lid, then insert LR03 (size
AAA) alkaline batteries with the correct polarity.
Turn the power on.
To prevent unintentional operations (HOLD)
2. Set the date and time.
Press or to set the year (the last two digits of the year), and
then press (play/enter). Repeat this procedure to set month,
day, hour, and minute in sequence.
¼ You can set the clock setting later. For details, refer to the Help Guide of
the IC recorder.
3. Select the menu language.
Press MENU.
Press , press or to select , and then press (play/
Press or to select “Language, and then press (play/
Press or to select the language that you want to use in the
display window, and then press (play/enter).
Press STOP.
4. Record.
Built‑in microphones
¼ Before you start using the IC recorder, make sure that you slide the
HOLD•POWER ON/OFF switch towards the center to release the HOLD status.
Place the IC recorder so that the built-in microphones face the
direction of the source to be recorded.
Recording starts and the operation indicator lights in red.
¼ You can pause recording by pressing REC/PAUSE. Press REC/PAUSE
again to restart recording.
Press STOP to stop recording.
The Accessing... animation appears and the recording stops.
5. Listen.
¼ If you do not select a file, the file just recorded or played back most recently
will be played back.
For details of selecting a file, refer to the Help Guide of the IC recorder.
Press (play/enter).
Playback starts and the operation indicator lights in green.
Adjust the volume by pressing VOL –/+.
Press STOP to stop playback.
6. Erase.
Once a file is erased, you cannot restore it.
Press ERASE.
“Erase?” is displayed and the file to be erased is played back for
Select “Execute” using or , and then press (play/enter).
“Erasing…” is displayed while the selected file is being erased.
Additional features
Details of these additional features for recording, playback, and editing are included in the help guide.
ˎ Scene Selection
ˎ Recording Filter
ˎ Noise Cut
ˎ T‑MARK (Track mark)
ˎ DPC (Digital Pitch Control)
ˎ A‑B Repeat
ˎ VOR (Voice Operated Recording)
ˎ Easy Search
ˎ Divide
ˎ Sound Organizer editing software
Depending on the country or region, some of the models or optional accessories are not available.
Do not expose the batteries (battery pack or batteries installed) to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like for a
long time.
Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type.
Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions.
Notice for the customers: the following information is only applicable to equipment sold in the countries
applying EU directives
Manufacturer: Sony Corporation, 1‑7‑1 Konan Minato‑ku Tokyo, 108‑0075 Japan
For EU product compliance: Sony Deutschland GmbH, Hedelfinger Strasse 61, 70327 Stuttgart, Germany
To prevent possible hearing damage, do not listen at high volume levels for long periods.
On power
Operate the IC recorder on 3.0V or 2.4V.
Use two LR03 (size AAA) alkaline batteries or
NH‑AAA rechargeable batteries.
On safety
Do not operate the IC recorder while driving, cycling
or operating any motorized vehicle.
On handling
ˎ Do not leave the IC recorder in a location near
heat sources, or in a place subject to direct
sunlight, excessive dust or mechanical shock.
ˎ Should any solid object or liquid fall into the IC
recorder, remove the battery and have the IC
recorder checked by qualified personnel before
operating it any further.
If you have any questions or problems concerning
your IC recorder, please consult your nearest Sony
Capacity (User available capacity*
4 GB (approx. 3.60 GB = 3,865,470,566 Byte)
A small amount of the built‑in memory is used for file management and therefore not available for user storage.
When the built‑in memory is formatted with the IC recorder.
Dimensions (w/h/d) (not incl. projecting parts and controls) (JEITA)*
Approx. 37.2 mm × 113.2 mm × 19.3 mm
Mass (JEITA)*
Approx. 75g including two LR03 (size AAA) alkaline batteries
Measured value by the standard of JEITA (Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association)

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Maksymalny czas nagrywania   1073 godz
Tryb nagrywania   High Quality (HQ), Long Play (LP), Super High Quality (SHQ), Standard Play (SP)
Wbudowany mikrofon   yes
Prędkość przepływu danych MP3 8 - 192 Kbit/s
Audio formats supported   MP3
Pasmo przenoszenia w trybie SHQ 75 - 20000 Hz
Pasmo przenoszenia w trybie HQ 75 - 17000 Hz
Pasmo przenoszenia w trybie LP 75 - 3500 Hz
Pasmo przenoszenia w trybie SP 75 - 14000 Hz
Pojemność pamięci wewnętrznej   4000 MB
Wbudowane głośniki   yes
Ilość wbudowanych glosników 1
Średnica głośników 28 mm
Standardowe rozwiązania komunikacyjne   USB
Mikrofon   yes
Wyjście na słuchawki   yes
Połączenie usb   Mini-USB B
Radio FM   -
Artykuły Zaopatrzenia
Obsługiwane nośniki   Pamięć wewnętrzna i karty pamięci flash
Typy kart pamięci   MicroSD (TransFlash), MS Micro (M2)
Wbudowana pojemność pamięci 16 GB
Zgodne rodzaje baterii AAA
Czas pracy na zasilaniu akumulatorowym   1073 godz
Czas życia baterii przy nagrywaniu 96 godz
Technologia baterii   Alkaliczny
Szczegóły Techniczne
Kolor produktu   Czarny
Waga i rozmiary
Szerokość produktu   37.2 mm
Długość urządzenia   19.3 mm
Wysokość urządzenia   113.2 mm
Waga produktu   75 g