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Sony ICD-BX112 - Digital voice recorder - flash 2 GB - MP3

by Sony

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  • MP3 recording/192kbps high quality;
  • 300mW speaker output;
  • Simple to operate and capture recordings;
  • Large easy to read LCD display;
  • Store audio files in custom folders;
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandSony
Model NumberICDBX112
Item Weight227 g
Product Dimensions18.4 x 15.9 x 5.7 cm
Batteries:2 AAA batteries required. (included)
ColourSilver
Material Typeplastic
Number of Items1
Manufacturer Part NumberICDBX112
  
Additional Information
ASINB004SO876S
Best Sellers Rank 6,604 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight281 g
Date First Available17 Mar 2011
  
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Product Description

Capture high quality crystal clear audio, and listen back through the 300mW front speaker Built-in maximum recording time memory of 534 hours and 25 minutes in LP mode Easily manage your recordings with the Dot-matrix LCD display and backlight Voice operated with Hi/Lo mic sensitivity, and folders to store and organize recordings.

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Customer Reviews

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898 of 903 people found the following review helpful By D. Downs on 21 April 2011
At this price point I wasn't expecting a great deal but being SONY I went for it anyway as my requirement is quite basic. I wanted something that was quite lightweight and easy to use to take with me to a night class.

The unit comes in quite large blister packaging, upon opening I found that the main reason for the size of packaging was to house the multiple language instruction manuals (not the most responsible use of paper or packaging). The actual dictation unit is very small and lightweight (W 3.5cm, L 11cm, D 2cm). Although the unit is small the buttons are quite large and ergonomically positioned. I was also pleased to find that 2 x AAA batteries are included in the package so you can get up and running straight away.

After inserting the batteries you a promoted to input the date and time, after that you are free to start recording. The first recording I made was in a busy office with lots of noise and people speaking both close and far. The playback was very clear and you could easily pick out peoples voices without any sound distortion or crackling that you sometimes get with dictation units. I figured out the basics of recording, playback and erasing without use of the instructions that is probably all I will ever need. I did have a glance over the instructions to find that there are other features that may appeal to people with more of technical requirement than my own.
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169 of 172 people found the following review helpful By G. Smith on 1 May 2011
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I bought this device so that I could record and listen back to myself playing the guitar. It is very good for this purpose. Of course if I wanted to make a more permenant recording of myself I would need a more appropriate device and software.

The Sony IC Recorder on the other hand, is a good size and has easy controls just like a proper tape recorder ( I own a Hewlet Packard MPIII player and it's small and filldy to use and has an incomprehensible display). With the IC recorder I only have to worry about two easy to see, easy to press buttons and the sound quality is surprisingly good for what it is.

I only have one criticism. If you want to transfer tracks to another device it has to be via audio patch. So if you want them on your PC, apart from the fact that it's slow to record in real time, you would also have to re digitise the the tracks as well. To my mind that's like going from Liverpool to Edinburgh and having to go via London each time. Why didn't Sony think to provide a USB? Surely it couldn't be that difficult. Could it?
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370 of 378 people found the following review helpful By Jay VINE VOICE on 16 Jun 2011
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The Sony ICD-BX112 is pretty simple but is as much as most people could want from a voice recorder, for the lowest price you can really pay without sacrificing quality. The recording quality is surprisingly clear and can pick up voices from an inch away to the other side of the room without distortion. It's pretty straightforward to use, and like so many gadgets it's probably easier just to take a moment to figure the basics out yourself than to consult the instructions- which, incidentally come in so many languages there's half a tree's worth of paper and the box is about ten times the size it needs to be just to incorporate these booklets. The device itself is lightweight, and if it's still too cumbersome for you, you can attach an external microphone that you can just clip onto a particularly handy piece of clothing and go about your daily business. Add to this the reasonable internal memory and you have a decent little device. However the The Sony ICD-BX112 has one major flaw that could potentially make it useless to many prospective buyers: With no external memory, bluetooth, or even USB connectivity there is no way at all to get recordings off the device to backup or share at all, an oversight that really doesn't make much sense, and means a potentially handy little device is useful for little more than helping you remember talking to yourself.
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62 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Champollion VINE VOICE on 23 May 2011
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This Sony digital voice recorder is, simply put, an excellent purchase, representing value for money, high level of efficiency, and can be used for a myriad of different tasks, both in terms of business and in the home.

The dictation unit is small, portable and easy to use, measuring (W 3.5cm, L 11cm, D 2cm.) The buttons to activate the device are well positioned and accessible. Included in the price are two batteries, which are enclosed in the package, so there is nothing to prevent immediate use.

In terms of business, it will easily and clearly record meetings and of course notes and memoranda for subsequent typing up. The playback demonstrated a clarity of tone and diction.

Outlined in the instructions are many other features, and it is also ideal for recording lists or 'to do' items.

In terms of writing and developing themes , it may be used to quickly record thoughts and ideas without the need to go searching for a pencil and pad!

Sony have helpfully included space for a headphone jack, so playback may be private as well as an aperture for an external microphone. There are five folders so you may easily divide and organise your recordings into the various headings, thereby giving easy access for recall.

Navigation through the folders and recordings may be made through the clear on screen display and offers a whopping capacity of maximum time of 534 hours! That should be sufficient for most modest business and private uses.

I have used the unit and found it to be reliable, user friendly, without issues and excellent value for money. Recommended.
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