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Olympus S713


$35.00 Released August, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Affordable price. Can be powered from the mains or two AA batteries. Hands free variable control feature - begins recording when it senses sound.

The Cons:All plastic body. Poor sound - only good for recording notes, nothing more. Mechanical buttons.

The Olympus S713 — also known as the Pearlcoder S713 — is Olympus’s top cassette recorder. It features a variable control voice actuator for hands-free recording; it activates recording as soon as the microphone senses sound.

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And it offers dual tape speeds for up to three hours of recording on a conventional 90-minute tape. Included also is a built-in microphone that clearly captures audio; a built-in speaker for playback anytime and anywhere; and external jacks for connecting an earphone, a secondary microphone, or an external power supply. In fact, users can either power the unit by an AC outlet OR with two AA batteries. One of the more notable features of the S713 is its tape counter, which lets users quickly locate previously-recorded passages. There’s also a cue/review function for fast, easy message monitoring/correcting.

Features

  • Pearlcoder S713
  • Compact Cassette Recorder
  • Variable Control Voice Actuator
  • Dual Tape Speeds
  • Three Hours Recording
  • Cue/Review
  • Long Lifespan
  • Battery/AC Power
  • Multiple Colors

Specifications

  • Drive System: Capstan Drive
  • Tracks: 2 Tracks, 1 Channel Monophonic
  • Tape Speed: 2.4 cm/sec, 1.2 cm/sec ; switchable
  • Microphone Sensitivity: Continuous Adjustment w/Knob
  • Speaker: 36mm Dynamic
  • Earphone Jack: 2.5mm
  • MIC Jack: 2.5mm
  • Battery: Two 1.5V AA Batteries
  • Battery Life: 17 hrs
  • External Power: A-321 AC Adapter

Color Options

  • Olympus S713 | Silver
  • Olympus S713 | Black

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Pros
  • 2

    affordable price

  • 2

    can be powered from the mains or two AA batteries

  • 2

    hands free variable control feature - begins recording when it senses sound

  • 2

    output jack for plugging into external speakers / headphones

  • 2

    long battery life (17 hours)

  • 1

    built-in speaker

  • 1

    well known brand

Cons
  • 2

    all plastic body

  • 1

    poor sound - only good for recording notes, nothing more

  • 1

    mechanical buttons

  • 1

    earphone and external microphone jacks are 2.5mm

  • 0

    records to a physical medium - incurs additional cost, limited recording time

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