Sony Launches new Digital Recorders – ICD-BX700 and ICD-PX720

Sony Launches new Digital Recorders – ICD-BX700 and ICD-PX720

The new Sony ICD-BX700 and ICD-PX720 are designed for anyone needing a digital recorder that’s both ultra-compact and extremely easy to use without any compromise on quality. Students recording lectures, professionals recording meetings and anyone dictating notes, memos or podcasts will be drawn to the intuitive controls and crisp audio offered by these devices.

Both models combine large buttons and frontal speakers with a full-function display to make operation simplicity itself. Voice activated recording adds convenience and means that the full 280 hour capacity available in LP mode is used with maximum efficiency. The new Super High Quality 192kbps MP3 mode ensures crystal clear results with a pin-sharp 20,000Hz high frequency range.

When it comes to playback, digital pitch control, the ability to correct original dictation and divide and delete editing functions mean trouble-free operation and good results.

Both recorders come as standard with 1GB of flash memory for file storage. The ICD-PX720 has the extra benefit of a USB connection for use with a PC, making it a simple matter to archive files or work with speech-to-text software.

ICD-BX700

ICD-BX700x

Source: Sony

ICD-PX720

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