Sony ICD-PX470 digital voice recorder with up to 55 hours battery life launched in India at Rs 4,990

Sony ICD-PX470 digital voice recorder- Feature Image

Sony brings a digital voice recorder priced at Rs 4,990 to India. The Japanese manufacturer has launched its all-new digital voice recorder. It comes with a moniker, ICD-PX740. Let’s talk about the features of this new Sony voice recorder in India. 

Sony ICD-PX470 digital voice recorder – Specifications 

Equipped with a built-in USB connector for making the transfer of the files easily, this digital voice recorder comes with a 4GB of internal storage. Notably, the storage is expandable up to 32GB via a microSD card slot. There is an S-microphone system that records distant or quiet sounds clearly, as per the brand. Sony ICD-PX470 digital voice recorder with up to 55 hours battery life launched in India at Rs 4,990

Sony claims its recorder offers a focused and wide-stereo recoding options, choose according to requirements. There is an auto voice recording feature, which reduces the background noise with clear voice technology. It comes powered by AAA batteries, which are supplied with the unit. The battery life is said to be up to 55 hours. 

This digital recorder weighs 74 grams and offers playback support for formats like MP3, WMA, AAC-LC, and L-PCM. Sony has made this new recorder available for purchase on its online portal, Further, it will be available on all leading electronics stores, and online stores like Amazon and Flipkart from today. 

Do you have a need to record audio? Will you consider buying this Sony ICD-PX470 digital voice recorder? Let us know in the comment section below. 

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