Voice recorder and MP3 player

This device is perfect for professionals and students who want a versatile music player, voice recorder, FM radio and data transfer capabilities all in one tiny, very solidly built unit. It can be used in meetings, lectures, during interviews, spy operations or just when commuting from place to place. Even with its two AAA batteries and a built-in speaker/microphone, it only weighs around 80g and can be easily hidden in a pocket.

Voice recording can be made in three qualities ranging from normal to super high, and the 128MB of built-in memory translates to a maximum of about 22.5 hours of voice recording. This capacity can not be expanded.

A large LCD display and a small number of well laid out controls make the SSF-11 very easy to use and provide excellent functionality, while the package contains all the essential cabling to get the most out of the product straight away. This includes a microphone, headphones, a radio antenna and a stereo connector cable. There is also provision for recording telephone conversations via the supplied phone pass-through adapter.

Voice recordings and data files can be uploaded to the computer and MP3 and data files downloaded to the player through the supplied explorer-like software via USB cable.

Price: $349
Vendor: JNC
Phone: (02) 9264 8677
URL: www.jnc-digital.com.au

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