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Olympus-vn-120.516507
7.4 out of 10

Olympus VN-120

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Specifications

Feature
Value
Comment
Features
120 minutes recording time
Features
Three (3) folders for organizing and storing notes, with up to 100 messages able to be stored per folder
Features
LCD display to check remaining recording time, the date and time, voice activation mode, play mode, microphone sensitivity, and battery status
Features
Voice activation lets the VN-120 begin recording when the microphone senses sound (hands-free recording)
Features
Easy to use jog dial for quick navigation through folders and options
Features
Metal clip so you can attach the VN-120 to your shirt pocket for easy access
Features
Customizable alarm
Features
External earphone jack for private listening
Features
External microphone jack
Features
Erase one message at a time or an entire folder at once
Features
Fast playback is 30% faster than real time
Features
Comes with Instruction Manual; 2 x AAA Battery
Technical Specs
Recording Format
ADPCM
Recording Media
Built-in 16MB Flash Memory
Recording Time
43 minutes in HQ mode.
Card Format
N/A
Input Level
N/A
PC Interface
N/A
LCD
Yes
LED
Two colors (red = record; green = playback)
Folders Messages
3 / 100 per folder
Sampling Frequency
HQ:16.0kHz / SP:10.6kHz /LP:5.75kHz
Overall Frequency Response
HQ:300-7200Hz / SP:300-4700Hz /LP:300-2600Hz
LP Mode
Yes
Voice Activation
Yes
Demographic Data Input
No
Practical Maximum Output
120 mW
Write Protection
No
Speaker
28mm diameter dynamic internal speaker
Microphone Jack
Yes
Earphone Jack
Yes
Power Supply
Two AAA batteries
Batteries
2 AAA (included)
External Power Supply
No
Battery Life
Approx. 25 hours (using alkaline dry cell battery)
Size
3.9"L x 1.54"W x 0.85"D
Weight
2.4oz (68g) including battery
OS Supported
N/A
CPU
N/A
RAM
N/A
Sound Board
N/A
Video Card and Display
N/A
Removable Drive
N/A
USB Port
N/A
Audio Output
N/A
Release Date
First seen
28 October 2004