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Submitted to: Engr. Loida Hermosura

Submitted by: Krenz Steven Fernandez

May Ching N. Alueg
Jerome R. BAutist
A dictation machine is a sound recording device most commonly used to
record speech for later playback or to be typed into print. It includes digital voice
recorders and tape recorders

The M-Audio MicroTrack's LCD display and menus are controlled by a jog-switch on the

It's easy to set up a recording via the large, toggle switches on its front, and you can
either use the small, dual-mic 'T' plug-in supplied with it or plug two microphones of your
choice into separate 0.25in jack sockets.

We were disappointed with the quality of recordings: they all showed noticeable hiss.
When listening to third-party MicroTrack II samples from the web, though, we couldn't
hear the hiss so perhaps ours is a rogue sample.

Even so, we reckon that the MicroTrack II is a bit pricey, and we're putting a question
mark over its performance.

2-channel WAV, BWF, and MP3 recording and playback for pro recording, capturing
live shows, songwriting, training, education, worship, and more
Upgraded features include extended input gain range, analog input limiter, and
seamless recording of files beyond 2GB in size for enhanced performance
Storage via CompactFlash or Microdrives (sold separately) for mobility and
Drag-and-drop file transfer to PC and Mac via high-speed USB 2.0 mini-connector to
upload and share your content in minutes
Easily add markers to BWF files
Professional balanced 14" TRS inputs capable of mic or line-level signals
Separate left and right input level controls with signal and peak indicators
dual microphone preamps with 48V phantom power for studio microphones
1/8" TRS input with 5V power for use with stereo electret microphone (microphone
S/PDIF coaxial input for digital transfers
Monitoring via RCA line outputs or 1/8" stereo headphone output
Monitor S/PDIF input via headphones while recording
Customizable folders for organizing files
Dedicated buttons for navigation, record, hold, pause, delete, menu, and power
Built-in CompactFlash speed test ensures optimal card performance
Large LCD with backlight dimmer
Output level control
Hibernation mode
Powered via USB, built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery, or included power
Includes electret T-shaped microphone, software for editing and file format
conversion, carrying pouch, 1/8" stereo extension cable with lapel clip, power supply,
and USB cable
Package contents:
MicroTrack II mobile digital recorder
Printed Quick Start Guide
CD-ROM with documentation and editing software
1m USB cable (USB A to Mini B)
1m 1/8" headphone extension cable with lapel clip
T-shaped electret microphone
Protective carrying case with mic pouch

MicroTrack II Portable Digital Recorder

Minimum system requirements

Windows XP (SP2)
USB 1.1 or 2.0 port on the computer for connection and power charging

Mac OS X 10.3.9 or greater USB 1.1 or 2.0 port on the computer for connection and
power charging


Recording and storage specs

MP3 recording: 96 to 320kbps at 44.1 or 48kHz
PCM recording: 16 or 24-bit at 44.1, 48, 88.2 or 96kHz
storage capacity: variable based on data rate and storage medium