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Recording With The Built-In Microphone - Conrad 5085 Bedienungsanleitung



Turn the switch for voice control VCS (Voice Control System) to ON.
When a sound gets registered recording is automatically started. If no
sound is registered, the recording is automatically interrupted and the
device goes into stand-by. When a new sound gets registered,
recording will continue. This operating mode is not recommended for
all non-standard telephone lines (such as KSU or PBX analog net-
work). The response threshold of the voice control can be set to
N = normal, L = low, H = high, with the switch for sensitivity VCS SEN,
at the back of the device. To determine optimum sensitivity, test
recordings with different settings should be carried out.
Caution: if the response threshold has been selected too low, it can
happen that quiet passages are not recorded. However, if the sensi-
tivity is selected too high, it is possible that the device does not
switch off during quiet passages.

Recording with the built-in Microphone

To record a dictation or a discussion irrespective of a telephone call,
set the switch for sound source SOURCE to MIC, to switchover
between telephone recording and microphone. The microphone is
on the front of the device next to the PAUSE button. Afterwards do
not forget to switch it back to TEL.
When recording with the call recorder make sure to observe the
relevant legal regulations and laws applying in your country.
Calls may generally only be recorded with the permission of all the
participants of a call.
Set the tape speed to the speed with which the recording was made
(see chapter: Tape Speed). Press the PLAY button. Set the VOL-
UME control on the side of the device to a comfortable volume.
Connection to the Telephone Network
Connect the telephone cable to the telephone cable connector LINE
IN of the device and your telephone connection. For the connection
to a TAE-N telephone socket-outlet you need a TAE-N to RJ11
adapter (not included in delivery). For the connection to a RJ11 tele-
phone socket-outlet you need the enclosed two-way adapter, if a
connection is already assigned. Pull out the existing telephone
cable from the socket, insert your telephone and the call recorder
into the sockets of the two-way adapter.
When you are using an analog telephone with several exchange
lines and you want to operate the device on all exchange lines, you
have to install the telephone handset adapter. Pull the cable of your
telephone handset from the telephone. In this jack you insert the
enclosed telephone handset adapter. Now insert the cable of your
telephone handset into the narrower jack of the telephone handset
adapter. Insert the enclosed telephone cable into the wider jack of
the telephone handset adapter and connect it to the LINE IN jack of
the call recorder.
Set the switch for voice control VCS (Voice Control System) to ON
(see chapter: Voice Control). Take off the handset and check
whether you can hear the dialling tone. If you cannot hear the
dialling tone, your telephone is not suitable for this kind of operation.
The reason for this is that there is no universal norm for the connec-
tion of telephone handsets. Restore the original cable connection
and choose the previously described type of connection.