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VN-7000 Digital Recorder • Store up to 1208 hours (LP) via 2GB memory • Three recording modes: HQ, SP and LP


• Large LCD shows file locations, recording status and battery life


• Erase single/multiple files or transfer files.


• Listen to audio 25% slower or 50% faster than real time


• Index markers let you specify points in a record- ing or playback


• Variable Control Voice Actuator automatically sets it record when sound is detected at a pre-set level, and to stop when it drops below the threshold level.


• 4 folders/100 messages per folder • Runs up to 39 hours on two ‘AAA’ batteries OLVN7000 ..........................................................................39.99


VN-8100PC Digital Recorder Step-up features from the VN-7000: • Record over 850 hours (LP) via 2GB memory • Records in Windows Media Audio (WMA) format • USB 2.0 port for easy upload to PC


• Scene Select function achieves optimal record- ings via preset environmental settings that can be selected based upon surrounding conditions.


• Multiple language display • Runs up to 51 hours on 2 ‘AAA’ batteries OLVN8100...........................................................................59.99


DS-2400 Digital Recorder • Records to removable SD/SDHC cards • Voice Activation mode • Fast downloads via USB 2.0 • Full dot, backlit LCD for easy viewing


• Save files in high-compression DSS Pro (DS2 format) with high-quality sound and superior clarity.


• 5 folders/200 messages per folder; customizable navigation pod.


• “Erase” button to quickly erase single files or entire folders.


• Switch between “Conference” and “Dictation” settings; SP and QP recording modes.


• End one dictation and begin the next with a push of a button. • Put index markers in passages for quick retrieval. • Compatible with voice recognition software. • Insert and overwrite on an existing recording file. • Bundled DSS software for easy file management (WIN/MAC) OLDS2400 ...........................................................Call or Log-On


WS-600S Digital Recorder • Store up to 540 hours (LP) via 2GB memory • Records in MP3 or WMA formats • Built-in stereo mic plus an external mic jack • “USB Direct” eliminates the need for cables • Voice Activation mode


• Six recording modes SQX, SHQ, SSP, HQ, SP, LP)


• Adjustable playback from 50%-200% (9 steps) • Multiple language display • Runs 25 hours on a single AAA battery OLWS600S..........................................................................79.99


PORTABLE ENTERTAINMENT Digital Voice Recorders


DM-2 Digital Recorder with Music Player


Features built-in stereo mic, 2.2-inch color LCD and easy-to-navigate menu for audio recording, editing and playback of podcasts, music, audio books and textbooks. Voice confirmation guides users through the onscreen menus for setting date, time and other menu selections. Offers USB 2.0 interface, and internal memory storage capacity of 4GB, as well as a microSD slot. Bundled Olympus Sonority software (PC/Mac) lets you erase noise, adjust sound effects and divide files, to name a few options. Allows for uploading, organizing and emailing of audio files and direct downloading of podcasts. #OLDM2 ...............................................................................................................................................Call or Log-on


DM-620 Digital Recorder with Music Player Record hands-free to 4 GB of internal memory with the Variable Control Voice Actuator, which triggers recording by voice or sound rather than the push of a button. Tresmic 3 microphone system yields high-quality, lucid recordings with amazing voice authenticity and also affords the capture of lower bass ranges with impressive clarity. For more elaborate recording setups, there's a mic input as well. Also has a microSD card slot, which can expand the memory capacity another 32GB.


#OLDM620 ............................................................................................................................................................142.95


WS-700M Digital Recorder w/Music Player Step-up features from the WS-600S:


• Store up to 1058 hours (LP) via 2GB memory • Supports music files in MP3 and WMA formats with SRS/WOW


• Store 1000 songs and listen to them in stereo with track and artist name displayed.


•WAV (44.1 kHz/16-bit) playback mode • Includes rechargeable battery for long battery life. Battery can be charged via USB port.


WS-700M: Available in Blue (OLWS700MB), Gray (OLWS700M), or Red (OLWS700MR)...............................99.99


WS-710M


Digital Recorder with Music Player Step-up features from the WS-700M:


• Can store up to 2160 hours (LP) via 8GB internal memory


• Store up to 2000 songs and listen to them in stereo sound with track and artist name clearly displayed on the LCD.


• Built-in FM tuner • Directional microphone • Records and plays back in PCM format, and comes with Olympus Sonority sound editing software.


OLWS710M.......................................................................149.95 DM-420 Digital Recorder w/Music Player


• Record/playback in MP3 and WMA; plays back inWAV


• 2GB memory plus Micro SD slot for more storage • Ultra high quality stereo zoom microphone • Files are PC downloadable via USB 2.0 • Runs for 50 hours with the included rechargeable battery (via USB port).


• Podcasts can be automatically downloaded • Voice Activation mode • Voice guidance ensures seamless operation of menu functions • 5 voice, one music and one podcast folder/ 999 files per folder • Large multi-language LCD (English, French, Spanish) • Bundled software for editing, file and Podcast management OLDM420.........................................................................149.99


DM-520 Digital Recorder w/Music Player


Step-up features from the DM-420: • Record/playback in MP3,WMA and PCM formats • 4GB memory lets you record/store up to 1066 hours in WMA, 70 hours in MP3 and up to 6 hours in PCM format.


• Move and copy files between internal memory and the micro-SD card with ease.


OLDM520 ..................................................199.99


LS-10 • LS-11 PCM Recorders The LS-10 and LS-11 deliver 24 bit/96kHz studio-quality recording in the field. They can record and playback in WMA, MP3 orWAV formats onto internal memory or optional SD memory cards. They record up to 12 hours on 2 AA batteries. Equipped with high-sensitivity stereo microphone with low-noise circuitry for reduced interference and clarity. Listen back instantly to recordings via the integrated stereo speakers. Otherwise the same, the LS-10 features 2GB internal memory, the LS-11 steps-up with 8GB internal memory, plus a voice synchronization function that enables automatic recording when sounds are detected at a pre-set level. It also lets users create Index marks during recording or playback in PCM mode to instantly locate specific portions of the recording that you want to hear. Last, the LS-11 also offers a level function and PEAK indicator, and File Edit function, to partially cut or divide files.


LS-10 (OLLS10) ...............................................249.99 LS-11 (OLLS11) ..............................................299.99


LS-7 PCM Recorder Features superior-to-CD quality sound, triple microphone recording and 4GB internal memory with microSD card support. With the LS-7, you'll enjoy high-definition 24 bit / 96 kHz audio recording, which employs high dynamic and frequency ranges for extremely authentic recordings that translate well to CD. Equipped with two condenser stereo mics and a cen- ter, omni-directional mic capable of capturing lower bass ranges as low as 20 Hz. The two condenser mics point out at 45° angles, which promotes a wider stereo sound. (#OLLS7)................................................................................199.95


Olympus Professional Dictation


DS-3400 Digital Voice Recorder (OLDS3400) ......................................................................................................................349.99 DS-5000 Digital Voice Recorder (OLDS5000) ....................................................................................................................449.99 DS-500iD Digital Voice Recorder (OLDS5000ID).................................................................................................................549.95


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