8Gb Pocket Pendant Keyring Voice Recorder, Super Sensitive Microphone

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    M3 voice pendant recorder and MP3 player. Can be used alone inside pocket or drawer or as a pendant or key ring. It is very well made and easy to�operate�with a single slide switch to start/stop recorder. Playback is with supplied headphones or USB data transfer to PC and listen via media player. It has a 20 battery life that is guaranteed and stores 99 hours of�recordings on the 8GB memory.�

    Please note this is not supplied with cord or keyring.

    Creative pendant shaped recorder, miniature size and lightweight
    Noise reduction chip producing clearer sound recordings
    Automatic gain control to reduce distortion when loud and still sensitive when�quiet or distant
    Voice recording: no sound on standby, saving voice recorder memory
    Time stamp: built-in time synchronization software, improving reliability
    One button to start and stop recorder
    Automatic power failure protection
    Support MP3 playing and listening while recording
    Records while charging and has 20 hour battery life
    Fast forward/rewind playing and delete function
    Great to capture conversations, interviews, meetings, lectures, etc.
    With CE, FCC, RoHs certifications

    Specification:
    Manufacturer: JNN
    Model: M3
    Capacity: 8GB
    Material: Plastic
    Recording format: .WAV files
    Recording time: 99 hours
    Music format: MP3/WMA/WAV
    Battery: Built-in li-ion battery
    Connection: USB2.0
    Support System: Win2000/XP/VISTA/7
    Size: 45 x 28 x 5mm
    Weight: 9g

    Package includes:
    1 x JNN M3 8GB Miniature Recorder
    1 x Earphone
    1 x USB Cable
    1 x User Manual

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