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The SD card slides into the reader at the bottom of the recorder. You should hear a click when it is pushed in place.

The SD card slides into the reader at the bottom of the recorder. You should hear a click when it is pushed in place.

Slide the Power switch to on.

Slide the Power switch to on.

Choose which of the four Mic pattern settings will best suit your project: Front 90, Surround 2CH, Surround 4CH, or Rear 120.

Choose which of the four Mic pattern settings will best suit your project: Front 90, Surround 2CH, Surround 4CH, or Rear 120.

Here's a helpful guide on how to choose a suitable Mic pattern setting!

Here's a helpful guide on how to choose a suitable Mic pattern setting!

To test audio levels, first put the recorder in Standby mode by pressing the red Record button once. There should now be a blinking red light. Adjust the levels using the Rewind and Fast-forward keys.

To test audio levels, first put the recorder in Standby mode by pressing the red Record button once. There should now be a blinking red light. Adjust the levels using the Rewind and Fast-forward keys.

Tip: Use the Mic Gain switch on the side to change the gain on the microphone.

Tip: Use the Mic Gain switch on the side to change the gain on the microphone.

To record, hit the red Record button a second time. There will be a solid red light while recording. Hit the Record button again to stop recording.

To record, hit the red Record button a second time. There will be a solid red light while recording. Hit the Record button again to stop recording.

Press the Play/Pause button to play back your recording. There should be a solid green light during playback. Press the Play/Pause button again to stop playback.

Press the Play/Pause button to play back your recording. There should be a solid green light during playback. Press the Play/Pause button again to stop playback.

Now you're ready to start recording!

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