Sony launches ICD-TX660 voice recorder with one push auto voice recording.

Sony launches ICD-TX660 voice recorder  with one push auto voice recording.

In India, Sony launched the ICD-TX660 digital voice recorder. Sony claims that the new voice recorder captures high-quality audio with a single touch. Sony's ICD-TX660 voice recorder features an OLED display and 16GB of internal memory, which the manufacturer claims may be used to record and save up to 5,000 distinct files. Automatic speech recording is built into the gadget, which is claimed to help eliminate background noise. The Sony voice recorder has a battery life of up to 12 hours and supports a variety of playback formats.

Sony's ICD-TX660 voice recorder has a suggested retail price of Rs. 11,670. It may be purchased in Sony Center and Sony Exclusive locations, as well as, Amazon, and Flipkart.

The Sony ICD-TX660 audio recorder features an OLED screen and an integrated microphone. It comes equipped with 16 GB of internal storage. Sony states that the ICD-TX660 voice recorder has a maximum storage capacity of 5,000 files and a maximum recording time of 636 hours. It is compatible with PCs and supports the MP3, AAC, WMA, and WAV formats.

The digital voice recorder has time jump playback for long distance hops, one-touch recording that begins recording even when the device is turned off, and automated voice recording to help decrease background noise. Sony equipped the device with an LED indication that allows users to verify the gadget's recording state.

Additionally, the Sony ICD-TX660 includes noise reduction, scene selection, digital pitch adjustment, quick search, ab repeat, and track mark. It is powered by a lithium-ion battery and connects through USB Type-C. When recording 16-bit linear PCM audio at 44.1 kHz, the battery is designed to last up to 12 hours. Additionally, a carrying bag and USB cable are included, and the digital voice recorder measures 102.0 x 20.0 x 7.4mm and weighs just 29 grams.