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Sony ICD-BX112 Digital Flash Voice Recorder

Sony ICD-BX112 Digital Flash Voice Recorder

  • Built-in 2 GB flash memory
  • Records in MP3 (320 kbps-8 kbps)
  • Over 500 Hours of Maximum Recording Time
  • Approximately 72 Hours of battery life (recording)

The Sony ICD-BX112 Digital Flash Voice Recorder features Built-in 2 GB flash memory, Records in MP3 (320 kbps-8 kbps),Over 500 Hours of Maximum Recording Time and Approximately 72 Hours of battery life (recording).Connectors: 1/8″ mini Female In, 1/8″ mini Female Out.

List Price: $ 39.95

Price: $ 21.99

  3 Responses to “Sony ICD-BX112 Digital Flash Voice Recorder”

  1. 562 of 565 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    good recorder, BUT slightly misleading description, October 24, 2011
    By 
    L. Doong “ugarugger” (Atlanta, Georgia United States) –
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    This review is from: Sony ICD-BX112 Digital Flash Voice Recorder (Office Product)

    This is a nice recorder, everything works as designed…however, the product description is slightly misleading – it says “Records in MP3 (320 kbps-8 kbps)” which implies that the audio files can be downloaded or transferred – but this is NOT the case! If you want or need to download your recording, you will need to get a different model – the ICD-PX312 model is the version of this recorder that allows download/transfer via USB.

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  2. 251 of 256 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Fantastic little digital recorder., May 22, 2011
    By 
    Tommy D “Tom” (London, England) –
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    This review is from: Sony ICD-BX112 Digital Flash Voice Recorder (Office Product)

    This little recorder is an absolute gem. I have had two Dictaphones before and both did a reasonable job, but this one has very ergonomic buttons and controls that are so straight forward that I didn’t really need to refer to the huge instruction manual. When you put the batteries in it asks you to input the date and time, like a mobile phone and then you can start using it.

    It actually comes with two batteries so you can start using it straight away, and I did. It copes well with all noise even background sound and there is no hiss or rumbling that you often get with a single microphone unit. It also has a headphone socket (headphones not included) which means you can listen to it on the train etc, without arousing the wrath of other passengers.

    The thing I really like is the weight, and size, it fits nicely into the `lighter’ pocket of most jeans and is smaller than most mobiles whilst weighing a few grams. It has a massive memory but no USB connection to save files onto your computer. It does have a filing system in the machine, but a USB portal would have made this perfect, still it is not fatal. East to use, easy to carry and easy to understand as the screen is very user friendly. If like me your work means you need a Dictaphone, then I think you would be hard pressed to find one as compact , light weight and user friendly as this.

    Edit: I have just had my batteries run out and did not replace for two days, and found that when I did all of my files were wiped, so a bit gutted. It did give warning bleep so i should have paid attention, but thought I ought to post an edit to let users know.

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  3. 77 of 83 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Yes, you can transfer recordings to your computer, November 12, 2011
    By 
    Denise Trewhella (South Dakota) –
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    This review is from: Sony ICD-BX112 Digital Flash Voice Recorder (Office Product)

    You don’t need a USB to transfer your recordings, you just need a cord with mini-plugs on both ends. Plug one end into the headphone jack on the recorder and the other end into the microphone jack on your computer. You can also use the “line in” jack on the computer. Then use your own recording software or Windows Sound Recorder (Start, All Programs, Accessories, Sound Recorder) to record to your computer. I’m using Sound Recorder. Find the audio file you want to record, press “Play” on the recorder and press “Start Recording” (red button) on Sound Recorder. Press “stop recording” when you’re done and the software asks for a file name. It’s true that the Sony recorder files are MP3′s but Sound Recorder saves the sound file as a windows media audio file. You can convert this to another type of audio file with any audio editing software–I use Nero Wave Editor. I bought this recorder instead of the more expensive model because I was positive I could transfer the files to my computer without a USB or additional software…as long as the recorder has a headphone jack, one simple cord makes it possible! I’m sure Amazon sells the mini-plug cable but I bought mine at the local Radio Shack.

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