Yes, you can change the playback speed as said above. Also, while
recording, you can press the F3 function button, and it will place a
bookmark for use silently.  When power off and on again, the playback speed
stays the same.
On Sun, 12 Nov 2017 at 20:40, Joe Paton <> wrote:

> Hello John,
> When you start replaying a file, the default state of the ring, is 12
> o'clock is volume up, 6 o;'clock is volume down.  9 and 3, are back and
> forward through the files on the recorder.
> While playing a file, press the enter key, the key in the middle of the
> ring, once, then the up and down positions on the dial act as increase
> speed 12 o'clock, decrease speed 6 o'clock.  Pressint the enter after
> this, takes you back to the default action which is volume up and down.
> If you do nothing, having made a playback speed change, the control
> defaults back to volume.  What I don't know, is how to get playback back
> to normal, apart from using my ears.  I suspect that if the recorder is
> turned off, then it reverts back to standard playback speed.
> I think there about 23 or 24 steps from slowest to fastest speed.
> Hope this helps.
> On Sun, 12 Nov 2017 10:32:38 -0500
> "JOHN RIEHL" <> wrote:
> > Hi. I listened to Neil Ewers' excellent podcast on the Sony LS-14
> recorder. I'm thinking of getting the recorder but I have one question. Is
> there a way of varying the playback speed? I often record meetings to take
> minutes and I'd like to speed up playback. I didn't hear anything about
> that in Neil's podcast. Thanks. John
> >
> Joe Paton
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