Question about Sony M-675V Handheld Cassette Voice Recorder
I have a M-670V microcassette-corder. I need to know whatis the difference between4cm and1.2cm. i have a meeting to go to and the meeting t to last a few hours. and another this what is the use of the VOR? thanks
Difference between 4cm and 1.2 cm speed is just like SP and LP speed in VCR etc. 1.2 cm speed selection will give you more recording time on same cassette.
VOR stand for Voice Operated Recording, if you enable this vor option, tape starts recording only at that time when sense any voice and will remain Pause if there is silence.
This option will also give you more recording time at same cassette by skipping empty space.
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