HD recordings for conversations and interviews
The Philips VoiceTracer DVT2000 is perfectly designed to record conversations or interviews. With the stereo MP3 recording format, you will always have excellent audio quality that you can share easily with other people.
Easily transfer your recordings
You can save files in different formats: WAV, MP3, PCM. Thanks to its ultra-sensitive microphone, you will be able to obtain clear recordings without background noise. Equipped with a PC connection, you will only have to connect your Philips VoiceTracer with a USB cable to play your recordings on your computer or laptop.
Supporting long recording sessions
The backlit LCD screen allows for a better identification of the files. The 4GB internal memory can be increased up to 32GB by adding a SD card. The Philips DVT2000 Digital Voice Recorder is also equipped with a long-life battery to support long recording sessions of up to 38 hours.
Another feature of this DVT2000 Digital Voice Recorder is that you will be able to listen to your favourite radio thanks to the radio FM function. Also, you will be able to record radio programs and other podcasts so that you can listen to them whenever you want without connection. The file will be stored as MP3 format.
- 1 recording button
- Voice activation for recording
- Keypad lock
- Possibility of firmware updates
- Playback speed option
- Designed for recording voice notes and memos
- Headphone jack: 3.5 mm
- 2.0 USB
- LCD screen: 33 mm
- Internal memory: 4 GB
- SD card: up to 32 GB
- Stereo microphone
- Recording formats: WAV, PCM, MP3
- Recording time (internal memory): 23 hours (HQ mode), 68 hours (SP mode), 270 hours (LP mode)
- Radio FM
- Operation system: Windows 10/8/7 and Mac OS 10
- Battery operated: 2 x AAA
|Internal Memory||Up to 4GB of internal memory|
|MicroSD/SD card slot||With MicroSD/SD card slot|
|USB||With USB cable|
|Recording format||MP3 format, PCM format, WMA format|
|Mac compatible||Compatible with Mac|
- Audio recorder
- 2 x AAA batteries
- USB cable
- Quick start guide