The VN-7200 recorder affordably offer hundreds of hours of recording time, key features to help capture ideal recordings and functional design elements that make them versatile tools for everything from the classroom to the boardroom. Olympus VN series recorders are the perfect reason to finally get rid of messy and unreliable tapes.
The VN series has accomplished outstanding value by adding a number of features while maintaining its low price. This series continues to offer great sound quality in an easy-to-use, sleek device.
Advanced Olympus Technology:
Olympus is known for being ahead of the curve in digital audio technology. The VN series is further proof of that deserved reputation. Both VN series recordersfeature an optional Variable Control Voice Actuator (VCVA) function that sets the audio device to record automatically only when sound is detected at a pre-set level, and stop when sound drops below the threshold level. The functioneliminates "dead air" during recordings, thereby conserving memory and shortening file times. Leave the recorder on for hours; only what you need will be captured.
The new Olympus VN series offers a Noise Cancel Playback function. This functioneliminates unwanted background noise such as passing cars or muffled whispers and coughs while in playback mode. The Olympus VN-7200 includes a robust two gigabyte of internal memory and can record over 1000 consecutive hours. The VN-7200 records in WMA file format.
Organization is the Key to Success:
Complementing this boost in memory is an easy-to-use interface that enables users to accurately arrange digital files with unparalleled organization for meetings, class notes, dates and reminders. The Olympus VN-7200 recorder is equipped with four folders that hold up to 200 files each (800 total files).
With hundreds of hours of recordings, searching for what you need in each file can get tricky. Olympus solves that through its Index Marks system, enabling users tag important points in each recording. Index Marks can be inserted while recording or during playback.
They are used to skip forward and backward in recordings to pre-selected reference points to eliminate guesswork on where a particular sound bite resides. The Olympus VN-7200 holds up to 16 index marks per file. Tag the exact location of a speech you have recordedand go back to it with ease at your convenience. The days of searching through arecording for what you need are over.
Users will also benefit from fast and slow playback settings that make note taking andtranscription as easy and efficient as possible.
Sleek Look in a Simple, Easy-to-Use Interface:
A compact body and striking design are hallmarks of Olympus audio recorders, andthe new Olympus VN series lives up to that reputation. The VN-7200 sports a black body and black faceplate.
The 1.4-inch backlit LCD screen is easy to read and clearly displays file information, recording time and events. A user-friendly thumb pad provides simplistic control to play or stop a recording, adjust volume level, fast-forward and rewind. Erase and File List buttons are positioned above and below the thumb pad for easy access. The speaker is located at the bottom of thefaceplate for clear playback listening.
Turning the Olympus VN series recorders on and off is easily accomplished with aconvenient power switch located on the left side of the device. Located at the top are outlets for an external earphone and mic inputs. The internal mic is located in the middle of the outputs, perfectly positioned to capture sound at anything it is pointed toward.
At 4.1 x 1.5 x 0.8 inches and weighing 2.3 ounces, the Olympus VN-7200 conveniently fit in any pocket or small compartment and makes an ideal travel companion.