Sony ICD-SX57DR9 Digital Voice Recorder

Sony Updated: 2007-09-29
Sony ICD-SX57DR9 Digital Voice Recorder

Record up to 47 hours and 35 minutes in LP mode with 128MB of built-in flash memory. Compatible with Dragon NaturallySpeaking9® Voice to Print software, the all-aluminum ICD-SX57DR9 lets you play back your recording and watch as your words appear on the screen. It's also perfect for business meetings or class lectures, just record it all and take better notes later in the comfort of your home. An innovative Voice Operated Recording (VOR) mode saves valuable recording time by stopping during pauses in a lecture, and begins again without missing a syllable.

Includes Dragon® NaturallySpeaking® Preferred Voice to Print Software
Easily convert your voice files to text.

PC Compatible via USB (Cable and Docking Cradle Included)
Easily transfer audio files to the computer for processing and archiving.

128MB Flash Memory
Available on the integrated circuit chip which may be recorded over and used again.

STLP Recording Mode: Up to 11 Hrs 15 Minutes Recording Time
Offers longer recording time while maintaining 2-channel recording for improved sound quality.

MP3 Playback
Playback unsecured MP3 files by dragging and dropping files right into the MP3 folder on the device. Pre-recorded sound can also be converted to MP3 or WAV file formats with the included Digital Voice Editor 3.0 Software.

Slim Style Design
Fits neatly into a shirt pocket at only one-half inch thick and the record and pause controls are located on the side of the unit for easy operation.

Digital Voice Up® and VOR (Voice Operated Recording) Functions
Increases the volume of the person speaking when recorded at a distance from the unit.

Digital Pitch Control
Recordings can be heard at slower than normal speeds without distortion to facilitate transcribing or editing, or faster than normal to move quickly to a desired portion.

Recording Monitor Function
You can listen to the recording level by using headphones while unit is recording and adjust accordingly.