Olympus VN-2000

Olympus VN-2000 manual

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  • 2005.4.15 BZ8117T4 INST EN 1
    1 Press the FOLDER button to
    select the desired folder (A,
    B, C or S).
    When you select folder S, the
    current date subfolder appears
    on the display.
    If you select folder S, press the
    + or – button to select the desired
    date subfolder.
    2 Press the REC button to
    start recording.
    The Recording/playing lamp
    turns red, and recording starts.
    3 To stop recording, press the
    STOP button.
    New recordings are saved as
    the last file in the folder.
    Y
    To Pause Recording
    To pause
    Press the REC button during recording.
    , “PAUSE” appears on the display and the Recording/playing
    lamp flashes.
    To resume recording
    Press the REC button again.
    , Recording will resume at the point of interruption.
    DIGITAL VOICE RECORDER
    VN-1000
    VN-2000
    EN
    INSTRUCTIONS
    Thank you for purchasing an Olympus
    Digital Voice Recorder.
    Please read these instructions for information
    about using the product correctly and safely.
    Keep the instructions handy for future reference.
    To ensure successful recordings, we recommend that
    you test the record function and volume before use.
    U1-BZ8117-01
    AP0504
    Identification of Parts
    1 Lightly press down on the arrow and slide the
    battery cover open.
    2 Insert two size-AAA alkaline batteries, observing
    the correct polarity.
    3 Close the battery cover completely.
    Time/Date screen appears. The hour indicator
    flashes, indicating the start of the Time/Date setup
    process. (See Setting Time/Date for details)
    Y
    Replacing Batteries
    When appears on the display, replace the batteries as soon as possible. Size-AAA
    alkaline batteries are recommended. When the batteries are depleted,
    appears on the
    display, and the recorder shuts off. It is recommended to set the HOLD switch to the HOLD
    position before you replace batteries to maintain the current settings (time/date, etc.). For
    your convenience,the recorder also logs the current settings in nonvolatile memory at hourly
    intervals.
    Y
    Standby Mode and Display Shut Off
    If the recorder is stopped or paused for 5 minutes or longer during recording or playing, it
    goes into Standby (power-save) mode, and the display shuts off. To exit Standby mode and
    turn on the display, press any button.
    Inserting Batteries
    Setting Time/Date (TIME)
    If you have set the time and date, information as to when a sound file was recorded is stored
    automatically with that file.
    The time and date must be set to enable management of files in folder S, for the alarm
    playback function, and for the timer recording.
    When you install batteries for the first time or each time you replace the batteries, the
    hour indication will flash. In such a case, be sure to set the time and date by following
    steps 5 through 9 described below.
    Notes on the Folders
    The recorder has four folders: A, B, C, and S.
    To change the folder selection, press the FOLDER button while
    the recorder is stopped.
    Folders A, B, and C
    Each recorded file is stored in a folder. Using folders to classify files
    makes it convenient to find files you want to access later.
    Folder S
    This folder has date subfolders* from January 1 to December 31. Up to 10 files can be
    stored in each date subfolder, a useful feature for schedule management by storing a
    certain day's schedule for future reference.
    To switch between date subfolders, select the S folder, then press the + or button while
    the recorder is stopped. Up to a total of 100 files can be recorded in folder S.
    * There is one subfolder for each day of the year.
    a Current folder
    a
    Hold
    Set the HOLD switch to the HOLD position.
    All operation buttons are disabled. This feature is useful when
    the recorder has to be carried in a handbag or pocket.
    Remember to reset the HOLD switch before attempting
    to use the recorder.
    Notes
    The alarm will sound at the scheduled time even if the recorder is
    set to HOLD. The recorder will then begin to play the file associated
    with the alarm once you press any button.
    The recorder functions as follows with the HOLD switch set to the
    HOLD position:
    If the recorder is playing, the display goes dark when playback of
    the current file has completed.
    When you set the HOLD switch to the HOLD position while playing
    back, you can still adjust the volume using the VOLUME control.
    If the recorder is recording, the display goes dark when the
    recorder stops recording automatically upon running out of free
    memory.
    Press the area that the arrow points to.
    Do not force the clip wider, as it may break.
    How to Use the Clip
    Clip
    c Current recording
    mode
    d Current file
    number
    e Recording time
    f Remaining
    recording time
    (REMAIN)
    3
    2
    1
    a
    d
    e
    c
    b
    f
    a Current folder
    b Date to record
    Getting Started
    An optional Ni-MH Rechargeable Battery from
    Olympus can be used for the recorder.
    4
    2
    3
    1
    1
    Press the FOLDER button to
    select the desired folder (A,
    B, C or S).
    2 Press the + or – button to
    select the file to play back.
    If you select folder S, select
    the desired date subfolder.
    When you select the desired date
    subfolder, it is useful to press and
    hold the + or button for 1
    second or longer. The recorder
    locates the next date subfolder
    that contains recorded files.
    3 Press the PLAY button to
    start playback.
    The Recording/playing lamp
    turns green, and the elapsed
    playing time is indicated on the
    display.
    4 Use the VOLUME control to
    adjust the volume to your
    liking.
    b
    c
    a
    a Current folder
    b Current file
    number
    c Playing time
    Maximum of 100 files in folder S.
    Maximum of 100 files
    Folder BFolder A
    File
    Date subfolder
    File
    Folder C
    Maximum of 100 files in each folder
    Total of 300 files.
    Maximum
    of 10 files
    1 2 3 4 5
    1,8
    3,5,7
    2,4,6
    You can switch the time indication between the 12-hour system and the 24-hour system by
    pressing the DISPLAY button while you are setting the hour or minute.
    You can change the order of the date indication by pressing the DISPLAY button while you
    are setting the year, month, or day.
    (Example: February 14, 2005)
    1 Press and hold the MENU button for
    1 second or longer.
    2 Press the STOP or PLAY button until
    TIME flashes on the display.
    3 Press the ENTER button.
    The hour indicator flashes.
    4 Press the STOP or PLAY button to set
    the hour.
    5 Press the ENTER button to accept the
    minute.
    The minute indicator flashes.
    Pressing the button enables the hour
    setting again.
    6 Press the STOP or PLAY button to set
    the minute.
    Repeat steps 5 and 6 to continue to set
    the year, month and date in the same way.
    7 After setting the date, press the ENTER
    button.
    This completes the time/date setup
    procedure.
    8 Press the MENU button.
    Recording Playing Back
    LCD Display Information
    You can select an option for the display of the recorder. This help review and confirm different
    recorder settings and file information.
    Y
    Canceling Playback
    To stop
    Press the STOP button.
    , The recorder stops in the middle of the file being played.
    To resume playback
    Press the PLAY button again.
    , Playback will resume at the point of interruption.
    When you play back a file in the date subfolder without choosing a specified file, the
    recorder will play back all the files in the selected date subfolder from filename 01.
    When you play back a file immediately after recording the file, only the most recently
    recorded file will be played back.
    Y
    Forwarding and Rewinding
    Fast Forward
    Press and hold the
    9
    button while playing a file.
    , When you release the
    9
    button, the recorder will resume normal playback.
    Rewind
    Press and hold the
    0
    button while playing a file.
    , When you release the
    0
    button, the recorder will resume normal playback.
    No sound is heard from the built-in speaker during fast forwarding or rewinding.
    The end of the file is located by pressing and holding the
    9
    button during fast
    forwarding. The recorder will pause at the end of the file. If you do not release the
    9
    button, the recorder will continue fast forward.
    The beginning of the file is located by pressing and holding the
    0
    button during
    rewinding. The recorder will pause at the beginning of the file. If you do not release
    the
    0
    button, the recorder will continue rewinding.
    Y
    Changing Playing Speed
    You can change the playing speed by pressing the PLAY button while the recorder is
    playing back.
    When the slow playback mode is selected, the SLOW appears and, for the fast
    playback mode, FAST appears on the display while the recorder is playing back.
    The recorder stops playing when you press the STOP button while playing back in
    the slow/fast mode, or when it reaches to the end of the file. If you once press the
    STOP button and start playback again, the recorder will play back files in normal
    speed as well.
    Y
    Locating the beginning of the file
    While the recorder is playing back in the slow/fast mode, pressing the + or button
    forwards or rewinds to the beginning of the previous or next file respectively. If an
    index mark is encountered midway, playback begins at that point. (See Index Marks
    for details)
    Y
    Listening with earphones
    You can listen to files by connecting earphones to the earphone jack.
    If an earphone is connected, the speaker doesn't emit sound. Sound will be played
    back monaurally.
    * You can use any standard 3.5mm monaural earphone or headphone.
    Normal speed Slow playback Fast playback
    ( -20%) (+30%)
    Notes
    If FULL appears on the display, you cannot record in the selected folder. In
    such a case, erase unnecessary files.
    If the recorder is placed directly on a table when recording a meeting, it tends to
    pick up table vibrations. Put a notebook or other item between the table and the
    recorder for clearer recording.
    Even if you press the DISPLAY button, the display will not change to current
    recording time if the remaining recording time is 5 minutes or less.
    When remaining recording time falls to 1 minute or less, the Recording/playing
    lamp flashes red.
    The recorder will enter stop mode if it has been left paused for 10 minutes or
    longer.
    In case of difficult acoustic conditions or low speakers voice, recording in HQ or
    SP is recommended. Also, usage of an external microphone (sold separately)
    could improve the quality of recordings.
    MAX
    MIN
    Microphone jack
    Clip
    Display (LCD panel)
    Recording/playing lamp
    DISPLAY button
    STOP button
    0 (Rewind) button/ button
    PLAY button
    ERASE button
    MENU button/
    FOLDER button
    Microphone
    Earphone jack
    Built-in speaker
    REC (Record) button
    ENTER button/INDEX button
    VOLUME control
    9 (Fast Forward) button/ + button
    Battery cover
    Folder S (schedule)
    State of the
    recorder
    While in stop
    mode
    While in record
    mode
    While in
    playback mode
    Operation
    Press and hold
    the STOP button
    Press the
    DISPLAY button
    Press the
    DISPLAY button
    Press the
    DISPLAY button
    Display
    The total number of files recorded in the folder
    and remaining recording time appears on the
    display.
    Time Remaining recording time Date
    Time . . . (with folder A, B or C selected)
    The selected indication appears on the display
    each time the recorder is stopped.
    The display switches between current recording
    time and remaining recording time.
    Playing time Remaining playing time
    Recording date of the file Recording time of
    the file Playing time . . .
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Olympus VN-2000 specifications

General
Brand Olympus
Model VN-2000
Product Voice Recorder
Language English
Filetype PDF
Audio
Maximum recording time 33
Built-in microphone
Recording modes High Quality (HQ), Long Play (LP), Standard Play (SP)
Technical details
Voice activation
Memory
Internal memory 64
Ports & interfaces
Headphone out 2
Weight & dimensions
Weight 66.5
Other features
Dimensions (WxDxH) 39 x 21.5 x 99mm
Battery type AAA
Battery
Battery life (max) 30
Number of batteries supported 2
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