New Sony Notetaker Provides Clear Audio
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Sony Australia has released three new voice recorders that claims to have a unique Noise Cut function as well as stereo voice recording, MP3/WMA music playback, drag ‘n drop audio transfer, and convenient USB storage.

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Sony Personal Audio’s Product Manager, Suzanna Gan said, “Designed for today’s mobile consumers who are looking for an all-in-one solution for their recording needs, the ICD-UX notetakers are slim and stylish accessories, perfect for use in all situations.”

The ICD-UX notetakers feature a built-in stereo microphone, digital pitch control and voice operated recording that ensure optimum recording quality. Files are saved in MP3 format for easy audio sharing via e-mail.

The ICD-UX also comes with a Noise Cut feature that enhances the frequency range of human speech (500Hz – 3400Hz) for clearer and more audible files. At the same time, sound frequencies in lower and higher ranges are suppressed to eliminate ambient noise.

The ICD-UX notetakers include drag ‘n drop file transfer through USB connection to a PC or Mac and does not require pre-installation of any software. It also features FM radio recording and playback in MP3 and WMA format for easy playback.

Pricing and Availability:
ICD-UX71F: 1GB, Up to 257hrs, white or silver, $199
ICD-UX81F: 2GB, Up to 575hrs, silver or pink, $249
ICD-UX91F: 4GB, Up to 1152hrs, black or red, $349