to use the Olympus WS-100 Digital Recorder
checks out the WS-100 digital
recorder for faculty members wishing to make audio
recordings, including those who wish to
create a regular podcast
or simply make a short
audio recording for the web.
WS-100 is an excellent digital recorder that records in
wma format. It is also a USB device that will plug
directly into any USB port for file transfer.
If you do not already have a digital
voice recorder, or a means of digitally recording
your audio content,
check out an Olympus WS-100 digital voice
recorder from Academic Technology. The WS-100
is small, easy to use, and is also a USB device,
making transfer of audio files to your computer
Briefly, here are the specs on the
Will record up to 27 hours in LP
mode, 4 hours and 20 minutes in HQ mode
Has 64MB internal flash memory;
PC interface is USB direct, 2.0
Records in wma format;
Has a voice activated, built-in
microphone (but we recommend the use of the ME15
tie-clip microphone, which we will check out
with each unit by request);
Has an earphone jack as well as
a mic jack.
Comes with earbuds and lanyard;
Powered by a single AAA battery
(replacements will be provided by Academic
Battery life approximately 13
Weight 1.9 ounces;
Stores data in up to 5 pre-named
folders, 199 files per folder max.
For more details about the WS-100 at
Olympus web site.
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