Sony, ICD-TX800



Dictaphone, Built-in Microphone, MP3, PCM Microphone: Built-in Microphone Weight: 22 g

Sony, ICD-TX800 properties

Product name ICD-TX800
Type Dictaphone
Memory Card Reader Built-in/Flash
Colour Black
Power Supply Battery
Battery Format Li-Ion
Microphone Built-in Microphone
Frequency Range Microphone Min 95.0
Frequency Range Microphone Max 20000.0
Recording Format MP3, PCM
Recording Resolution 16 bit/44.1 Khz
Supported Audio Formats AAC, MP3, PCM, WMA
Height 38.0 mm
Depth 13.7 mm
Width 38.0 mm
Weight 22.0 g

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2 reviews for Sony, ICD-TX800

  1. Graham F.

    Sony has given its ICD-TX800 the “ultra-compact” attribute. In fact, the device and the individual parts of this recorder are very compact. So far I have not known about the dictation machines that come as a whole. Sony turned this principle upside down and separated the recording and operating units. In fact, one could do without a control unit, since the recording functions of the voice recorder can also be controlled via an application from an Android smartphone. In this case, the devices are connected via Bluetooth. Control via the app works without any problems. But I would like to deal with the actual dictation machine here.

    In addition to the two parts of the recorder, Sony also supplies a charging cable (USB) and an inexpensive set of in-ear headphones. The battery of the collection unit can be charged via the charging cable. The remote control is powered by a CR2032 button cell battery. Unfortunately, I can’t understand why Sony did it without a battery in the remote.

  2. Theodore Kim

    I am very positively surprised by this product. High sound quality, flawless workmanship. You can only attach to the glowing casing of the sound card, but I will not use this one, because I connect the microphone to the mixer.

    I compared it with the TLM 102 microphone. Mozos is not bad. For my ear, it has less bass, the speech is slightly raised, it has a little more noise, and the signal is greater. Yes, he is far from this league, but for the money it is really worth it. I recommend (I’ve already successfully persuaded a few colleagues 🙂

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Sony, ICD-TX800 latency value

Dictaphone Sony ICD-TX800 like any other digital audio recorder may experience latency problems in some conditions. If you wish to know what is latency in audio and how to avoid it - please check this article about latency