DIGITAL VOICE RECORDER DS-5000 DS- ??Thank you for purchasing an Olympus Digital Voice Recorder. Please read these instructions for information about using the product correctly and safely

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  • Thank you for purchasing an OlympusDigital Voice Recorder.

    Please read these instructions for informationabout using the product correctly and safely.

    Keep the instructions handy for future reference.

    To ensure successful recordings, we recommend thatyou test the record function and volume before use.

    DETAILEDINSTRUCTIONS

    DIGITAL VOICERECORDER

    DS-5000DS-5000iD

    EN

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    SD and microSD are trademarks of SD card Association.

    SDHC and microSDHC are trademarks of SD card Association.

    Other product and brand names mentioned herein may be the trademarks or registeredtrademarks of their respective owners.

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    Trademarks

    IntroductionIntroduction

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    INDEXINDEX

    Table of Contents

    Safe and Proper Usage

    Getting Started

    Basic Operations

    Advanced Operations

    Managing Files on Your PC

    Other Practical Use Methods

    Other Information

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    P.41

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    Table of Contents

    Table of Contents ...................................... 4Safe and Proper Usage ............................ 6General Precautions ................................. 7

    1 Getting Started

    Main Features ........................................ 11Memory Card ......................................... 12Identification of Parts ............................. 14Installing Batteries ................................. 16Charging Battery Pack .......................... 18Using the Battery Pack .......................... 20Using the AC Adapter ............................ 21Turning ON the Recorder ...................... 22Power Save Mode (Power Save) .......... 22Inserting and Ejecting a SD card .......... 23Setting Time and Date (Time & Date) ... 24Setting Recording Destination

    (Card Select) ................................... 26

    2 Basic Operations

    Recording .............................................. 27Microphone Sensitivity (Mic Sense) ...... 31Recording Modes (Rec Mode) .............. 32Using the Variable Control Voice Actuator

    (VCVA) ............................................. 33Hands-free Recording ........................... 34Recording Monitor ................................. 34Playing ................................................... 35Erasing ................................................... 37

    3 Advanced Operations

    Menu List ............................................... 41Learning to Use the Menu ..................... 43Selecting Folders and Files ................... 44Displaying File Information .................... 45Device Lock Function ............................ 46Locking Files (Lock) .............................. 50Pending Files (Pending) ........................... 51Setting Priority Levels (Priority) ............ 52Setting the Author ID and Work Type.... 53Verbal Comment .................................... 56Index Marks ........................................... 57Language (Language) ........................... 58Backlight (Backlight) .............................. 59LED (LED) ............................................. 60LCD Contrast Adjustment (Contrast) .... 61System Sounds (Beep) ......................... 62Inserting and Ejecting a microSD card .... 63Formatting the Card (Format) ............... 64Check System Information (System info.) .. 66Changing the USB Class (USB Class) .... 67Customizing the Recorder ..................... 68

    4 Managing Files on Your PC

    DSS Player Software ............................. 69Installing DSS Player Software ............. 71Uninstalling DSS Player Software......... 72Using Online Help ................................. 73Connecting Recorder to PC .................. 74Running DSS Player Software .............. 76

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    Table of Contents

    5 Other Practical Use Methods

    Using as External Memory of the Computer ... 77

    6 Other Information

    Alarm Message List ............................... 78Troubleshooting ..................................... 79Accessories ........................................... 80Specifications ........................................ 81Technical Assistance and Support ........ 82

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    Convention Used In this Manual

    The word card is used to refer to the SDcard and microSD card.

    The word DSS Player is used to refer tothe DSS Player Pro R5 Dictation Modulein Windows environment and DSS Playerin Apple Macintosh environment.

    The Notes at the bottom of a page areused for additional information,exceptions, or related events.

    Words in uppercase form such as PLAYor REC are used to describe a function,button, or switch position on the recorder.

    Safe and Proper Usage

    Before using your new recorder, read thismanual carefully to ensure that you knowhow to operate it safely and correctly. Keepthis manual in an easily accessible locationfor future reference.

    Important Safety Precautions

    Certain symbols are used in the usersmanual and on this product to help protectusers, their surroundings, and theirproperty from possible injury or damage.Please familiarize yourself with thefollowing definitions and meanings for eachsymbol before reading the precautions.

    Symbols prohibiting a specific action

    ProhibitedDo notdisassemble

    Symbols requiring a specific action

    Mandatory Unplug frompower outlet

    Signifies danger whichmay result in seriousinjury or death.

    Indicates items or actionswhich may cause seriousinjury or death.

    Indicates items or actionswhich may result indamage or personal injury.

    Danger

    Warning

    Caution

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    General Precautions

    Do not leave the recorder in hot, humidlocations such as inside a closedautomobile under direct sunlight or on thebeach in the summer.

    Do not store the recorder in places exposedto excessive moisture or dust.

    Do not use organic solvents such asalcohol and lacquer thinner to clean theunit.

    Do not place the recorder on top of or nearelectric appliances such as TVs orrefrigerators.

    Avoid recording or playing back nearcellular phones or other wirelessequipment, as they may cause interferenceand noise. If you experience noise, moveto another place, or move the recorderfurther away from such equipment.

    Avoid sand or dirt. These can causeirreparable damage.

    Avoid strong vibrations or shocks. Do not disassemble, repair or modify the

    unit yourself. Do not operate the unit while operating a

    vehicle (such as a bicycle, motorcycle, orgo-cart).

    Keep the unit out of the reach of children.

    Recorded content in memory may bedestroyed or erased by operating mistakes,unit malfunction, or during repair work.

    It is recommended to back up and saveimportant content to other media such as acomputer hard disk.

    Batteries/Rechargeable Battery Pack

    Danger Do not solder lead wires or terminals directly

    onto a battery or modify it. Do not connect the = and - terminals

    together. This may cause fire, overheating orelectric shock.

    When carrying or storing the battery, be sureto put it in the provided case to protect itsterminals. Do not carry or store the batterywith any metal objects (such as key rings).If this warning is not followed, fire,overheating or electric shock may occur.

    Do not connect the batteries directly to apower outlet or a cigarette lighter of anautomobile.

    Do not insert the batteries with their = and- terminals reversed.

    If any liquid from a battery gets into youreyes, promptly wash it off with clean waterand consult your doctor at once.

    There is a hole from which gas escapes on the =terminal. Do not cover or block it.

    Warning Batteries should never be exposed to flame,

    heated, short-circuited or disassembled. Do not attempt to recharge alkaline, lithium

    or any other non-rechargeable batteries. Never use any battery with a torn or cracked

    outer cover. Keep batteries out of the reach of children.

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    Do notdisassemble

    Cradle

    Danger Never disconnect the AC adapter

    or power cord with a wet hand. Thismay cause electric shock or injury.

    Only use the included AC adapterwith the cradle. Using it incombination with other ACadapters may cause overheating,fire, or malfunction.

    Warning Never disassemble, modify, or

    repair the recorder yourself. Thismay cause fire, electric shock, orinjury.

    Never use it in locations where itmight come into contact with water(such as a bathroom). Getting therecorder wet may cause fire orelectric shock.

    Do not drop the recorder or allowit to suffer a shock. This may causedamage, fire, or electric shock.

    Do not insert metal wires or similarobjects. This may cause fire,overheating or electric shock.

    Keep out of the reach