Question about Coby CX-R190 Digital Voice Recorder
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Voice recorder function or not?
When you turn on your mp3 and there's the list like music, movies, ebook... etc... choose the Record and when you get to rec. push the options button (OPT top right had corner) then start record, then when you're done push pause/play and then turn off the mp3 and then go back to the record mic again and push play to listen to it.
Posted on Apr 14, 2008
connect it to the pc and go to start menu >my computer >the name of the device then double click it [HOPE i helped][rate me]
Posted on May 16, 2009
WHILE MY COBY MPC 7095 IS CONNECTED TO THE COMPUTER IT COMES ON BUT EVEN AFTER THE FOUR CHARGE ONCE DISCONNECTED FROM THE COMPUTER IT WILL NOT TURN ON PLEASE HELP.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
SOURCE: Software not instaling correctly
I too am having the same problem, you can download the software from their website, however it to does the same thing. Anyone found a solution as yet? Help, this is very frustrating.
Posted on Jan 24, 2010
SOURCE: Hi, i would like to
I'm guessing you don't have the CX-R190 software that's compatible with your OS version.
I use a patch cable between the AUDIO IN on my PC and the EAR on the recorder.
Since the ouput of the recorder is monoaural, all you need is a mono (2 wire) lenght of cable with a standard 3.5mm plug at each end. I made one myself, but I guess Radio Shack may have something like this:
If they don't have it, then a STEREO cable (3 wires) will work just fine.
Like this one:
To record the sound you can use any audio recorder.
I use Audacity. It's a freebie and pretty straightforward to use.
After you've plugged it all in, all you need to do is start Audacity and then start to playback the files from your recorder.
When they are on your computer, you can copy, cut, paste, add special effects, and later convert them to MP3 or whatever.
Posted on Jun 28, 2011
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