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Brand
Olympus
Hardware Interface
MicroSD, USB
Microphone Form Factor
Built-In
Headphones Jack
2.5 millimeters
Number of Batteries
1 AAA batteries required. (included)


TRESMIC Three-microphone system for superior sound

The DM-720 features a three microphone system that includes both directional and omnidirectional microphones to faithfully capture the depth and fullness of the sounds recorded. The stereo microphones are arranged at a 90° angle to produce a natural stereo experience, with an added central microphone to compensate for low-range sounds. This Tresmic combination provides a wide frequency range for the most demanding professionals.

Voice Playback function for efficient transcription

The Voice Playback function allows you to skip non-voice parts during playback, and only play the parts of the file where there is vocal content. Olympus' Voice Playback saves time and improves efficiency during transcription.

Transcription Mode

Transcription mode is convenient when creating minutes from your recordings. While transcribing, users frequently repeat play, and stop to check the content. In Transcription Mode, the recorder will automatically playback the 3 seconds before the stop, so you can check the contents before proceeding. On the other hand, fast forward is preset to 3.5x so you can conveniently skip the silences in your recording.

USB direct connection

The DM-720 can connect directly to your PC via the built-in USB connector. This makes it possible to save data anytime, anywhere. Not only can you save and share data, but the DM-720 can be charged via USB. All operations of recording, saving, sharing, and charging can be performed on this single, smart and easy-to-use voice recorder.

Zoom microphone for recording from a distance

Using the latest technologies, zoom microphone unleashes the power of proximity in noisy environments or when recording from a distant position. The zoom microphone allows you to expand and contract the microphone range by adjusting the direction with the '+' and '-' buttons on the recorder.

File Divide function

Large audio files can be divided on the recorder without the use of a PC. Split and divide files, by topic or size for easy file management.

Intelligent Auto Mode automatically adjusts microphone sensi

The Intelligent Auto Mode function automatically adjusts the microphone sensitivity according to the input level. To set this function, simply select 'Auto' for the recording level from the menu. This function automatically keeps track of the input level and simultaneously adjusts the recording so that it will always record in the best quality. Let Intelligent Auto Mode help your recordings remain consistent, by not having speakers too quiet or too loud.

Description

The top class dm-720 includes high quality recording features packed into an efficient, smart metal body. It''s equipped with an easy-to-use interface, extended editing operations and various playback functions. The dm-720 provides outstanding practicality and reliability to support your recording needs.

Features & details

Features

  • 4GB built in memory (985 hours)
  • Dm 720 can be charged via USB

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Donald S.
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
I then purchased the more-expensive Olympus DM-720 that has 4 GB of internal memory and uses a single rechargeable AAA battery -
Reviewed in the United States on May 11, 2017
I purchased the Olympus DM-720 to replace my older Olympus WS-802 that is no longer available. I first purchased a WS-853 but returned it because it lacked a back-lit screen - an essential feature. I then purchased the more-expensive Olympus DM-720 that has 4 GB of... See more
I purchased the Olympus DM-720 to replace my older Olympus WS-802 that is no longer available. I first purchased a WS-853 but returned it because it lacked a back-lit screen - an essential feature. I then purchased the more-expensive Olympus DM-720 that has 4 GB of internal memory and uses a single rechargeable AAA battery - just like my older WS-802 - and has the essential back-lit screen. The DM-720 is well worth its higher price since it has several very useful new features: two software-controlled function buttons, voice guidance that provides audible feedback for every feature and menu item, three record-stop timers, a center microphone (can be turned off), adjustable zoom mike for directive recording, a rear-mounted screw-in clip (included) that also serves as a stand, and a speaker mute function. The audible feedback and record-stop timers really enhance this recorder''s usefulness. I can now use it for recording live radio interviews when I am not present.

It records both MP3 and Linear PCM (WMA) file formats and has a new feature allowing PCM files to be edited to erase internal segments. Unfortunately, this editing feature is not available for MP3 files, a feature I would like to have but instead must use a file-editing program like Audacity. MP3 files can be divided, a feature also available on my older WS-802. The Basic Manual that comes with the voice recorder is very limited and does not cover most of the voice recorder''s features. However, the 118 page User Manual is available in 12 languages on the internal memory and it can also be downloaded from the olympusamerica.com web site. I strongly recommend the DM-720 with its many new features.
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4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
10 years on, I went with Olympus again.
Reviewed in the United States on October 24, 2019
I bought the Olympus DM-720 because it has a few key features my 10-year older DS-30 model was lacking. Things like an expandable SD card slot, and built-in USB port for connecting / recharging from a computer. Sound quality: very decent for the price. In some of the... See more
I bought the Olympus DM-720 because it has a few key features my 10-year older DS-30 model was lacking. Things like an expandable SD card slot, and built-in USB port for connecting / recharging from a computer.
Sound quality: very decent for the price. In some of the more sensitive microphone recording levels, I can hear a little "hiss" in the background - but the recording of voices and sounds is still clear and legible.
This is NOT a device which approaches the sound fidelity of a $300 dollar or more expensive professional Tascam, Zoom or Sony audio recorder, but for most everyday general use I am happy with it.
There are a list of features packed in with this thing. Everything from voice-guided menus (which can be turned off, as most everything else if you don''t need it from the LED light to the backlighting of the LCD), ability to record in either .WAV (uncompressed high-quality files that take up a bit of space) or .MP3 (compressed files that take up less space with almost the same quality as .WAV file types and with choice of selecting bit-rates), indexing of recordings, voice-activated recording, timer-recording, and a host of other things. The body is mostly metal with some plastic switches and side paneling. It''s a stylish looking little thing, and it weighs less than my previous recorder... mostly because it takes a single AAA battery (the DS-30 requires 2) and a quarter of the body internals is mostly a slide-out USB port mechanism. Very comfortable to carry all day.

There are however, a few things I am disappointed about.

The startup time when you power the recorders up is showing the older DS-30 having about a 2-second faster time to reach readiness than the newer DM-720. That seems backwards, although it may be because I set up an SD card as the primary memory storage for the unit. The DM-720 may just take a second or so longer to access the card, while the DS-30 relies entirely on internal memory it can access quicker.

Also: while both recorders can use rechargeable Ni-MH batteries for power in addition to alkaline, only my older DS-30 can be linked with a corded continuous power supply from a wall outlet adapter... it would SEEM.
There is no power-input on the DM-720 other than the USB port, and while the Olympus website has "Plug-in Power" ticked off as a feature, the manual appears to elude that while you can CHARGE the battery through the USB port faster than you could via connection to a computer by using a special adapter (model A514) you plug into a wall outlet... this can charge the battery and possibly allow recording, but there is no length of cord. The recorder simply sits on top of the adapter right at the wall socket.
Nothing I''ve found yet seems to indicate you can plug this model into a corded adapter of some type and run it off of house power, unless I''m mistaken.
At least nothing I''ve come across as a genuine Olympus product. I have seen third-party adapters online by various companies and under various model names that look like they might be corded direct wall outlet-to-USB connectors, but they all look a little sketchy to me.
If anyone knows of a proper Olympus adapter I might have missed that does this, let me know in the comments!
Granted, with a full battery you can run this recorder for well over 24 hours according to Olympus - so maybe that''s not important to most people, but it seems a bit odd nevertheless as other recorders they''ve made make it pretty simple to plug into home power through a standard circular power jack, with a long cord with a wall adapter at the end, and be able to place the recorder on a table top or desk.

Moving on: The battery compartment deserves a mention. While my older DS-30 has a solid spring-loaded hatch to pop 2 AAA batteries into, this newer DM-720 has quite possibly one of the flimsiest battery covers I''ve come across. It''s basically a thin metal panel you release with a button and it lifts off entirely and is bound to the body of the recorder with what looks like a flexible piece of plastic, like a miniature zip-tie or something.
Not exactly confidence-inspiring from a longevity point of view.
I''d have preferred a hinge attachment, a slider-track maybe. This just feels bad and looks bad. Sure, considering you probably wouldn''t have to USE the battery compartment too much what with in-body-rechargeable batteries and all, it''ll probably last...but man oh man, I wish they''d designed it a bit more solid.
Of additional note, if you''re going to use the attachable clip/stand that comes with the recorder, you''ll have to detach it any time you want to open the battery cover, as the clip conceals the cover-release button when its on the recorder. Another silly design detail that should have been addressed.

Speaking of silly, that Micro SD card slot I mentioned previously?
That was one of the biggies as to why I bought this thing. As wonderful as the DS-30 is, it''s STUCK with a skimpy 256MB (MB!) internal memory. With the ability to increase the memory of the DM-720, it might actually be viable as a music-player / portable hard drive. That was my thought.
Sadly, the DM-720 is also stuck somewhere between 2006 and 2010 when it comes to SD cards as it only accepts up to SDHC cards which limits its capacity to 32GB maximum of increased memory.
That is somewhat inadequate for a modern-day music-player / portable hard drive as the manual touts that it can do.
Interestingly, from my (admittedly limited) research, it would appear that a LOT of currently offered voice / sound recorders from other manufacturers also seem to be only able to expand external memory up to 32GB with SDHC cards.
Because of this, I''m not faulting Olympus specifically... but it still makes me wonder why SDXC isn''t a more popular standard for many voice recorders with SD card slots.

Transferring files back and forth via the USB plug between the recorder and a PC / Mac has been very simple. No surprises there. Some people have mentioned that the USB plug may cover more than one port on your computer because of the physical size of the recorder itself... or that for people with USB plugs only on the back of their desktops, this may be problematic.
Amazon sells USB extender cables (I got a 3-foot USB 2.0 model) and that fixes that issue. Plug one end into your laptop or leave it plugged in on one of the USB port on the back of your desktop, plug the other end onto the USB port of the DM-720 and it''ll recharge the battery / transfer files.

To wrap up: overall, I''m the tiniest bit underwhelmed with this product but not decidedly unhappy about it.
As a straight-up voice recorder it''s very good for that use. I bought it based upon my experience with the DS-30 and I''m happy with the sound quality and features it has for a voice recorder. It''s really nice for dictation and meeting notes, and other voice-centric recordings.
The physical construction seems durable enough, although the flippy-flappy battery door still doesn''t sit well with me. The single biggest knock I have against this recorder is the restriction of having to use SDHC cards which as I mentioned means you can''t put anything larger than 32GB into this thing for added memory.
If you''re thinking of using this as a supplemental music player or portable hard drive, I''d look elsewhere...but I suppose that''s what smart phones and iPods are for.

In truth I bought this Olympus because of how well my old yet excellent-performing DS-30 model has endured, and I believe this recorder should be something I''ll enjoy for just as long.
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4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
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Reviewed in the United States on June 9, 2019
I own a DM-620 and love it. But I left it out of state and needed another recorder asap. Spending $140 did not make me happy, however I am a fan of Olympus, so I did it. The extendable USB. Seriously, what are people thinking? This can maybe plug into my laptop,... See more
I own a DM-620 and love it. But I left it out of state and needed another recorder asap. Spending $140 did not make me happy, however I am a fan of Olympus, so I did it.

The extendable USB. Seriously, what are people thinking? This can maybe plug into my laptop, but a PC? No. Am I going to crawl behind my tower? Well, actually, I had to and it would not fit into the space available for plugs. I have USB ports on the front, but they are sunken for cords. I could not download the recorder on my PC. I had to hunt down and purchase a USB double plug (male to female) and then it was fine. But how annoying and impractical. Seriously, Olympus? What were/are you thinking?

The device itself is virtually weightless, 2.5 oz. Almost to the point of feeling cheap. I don''t mind that when I am packing, but some weight makes the item easier to hold on to.

Since the recorder needs to plug into the side of a laptop to charge, I could not replenish the Ni-MH (rechargeable) battery. It does run on one AAA, the DM-620 uses two AAA. Luckily, I could use an alkaline battery until I found the cord. I haven''t switched back yet, but I will.

The traditional Olympus quality is there in the sound. It has three mics, sound canceling and many features I have yet to use. Sound does matter, so I offer 4 stars. But ease of use should be up there in importance. When recording is part of your business, you don''t want to have difficulty plugging a device into something.
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Aliza
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Recommended for transcription using Dragon Dictate!
Reviewed in the United States on August 6, 2016
Olympus puts out many recorders with a USB connector for transcription purposes. Using one of Dragon''s apps (depending on whether you have a Mac or PC) one can drag the file into a window where it is transcribed, albeit with extensive typos. Punctuation must be dictated in... See more
Olympus puts out many recorders with a USB connector for transcription purposes. Using one of Dragon''s apps (depending on whether you have a Mac or PC) one can drag the file into a window where it is transcribed, albeit with extensive typos. Punctuation must be dictated in as well.

This particular model is distinguished by having 3 mic heads rather than one, which must improve performance in group settings. For simple dictation, I find that results are virtually identical with an earlier Olympus model that cost about $20 less. (I used both recorders and transcribed both. Each had the same errors with some words and correct spelling with other words.)

I very much wish that Olympus would post a chart indicating when each model is introduced, how long it will be serviced and at one point it will be discontinued. It''s needlessly difficult for potential buyers to weigh pros and cons when one doesn''t know how long it is qualified for being repaired. It is for this and the ongoing difficulty to get all the words right first time that I give this 4 rather than 5 stars.
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Al Azose
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
It Just Keeps Getting Better
Reviewed in the United States on December 21, 2020
This is the fourth Olympus Digital Voice Recorder I’ve purchased, and they just keep getting better. I have and still use the older DM 520, but I wanted the DM 720 as a backup. After using the DM 720, the older one has become the backup. The new DM 720 is lighter than... See more
This is the fourth Olympus Digital Voice Recorder I’ve purchased, and they just keep getting better. I have and still use the older DM 520, but I wanted the DM 720 as a backup. After using the DM 720, the older one has become the backup. The new DM 720 is lighter than its DM 520 predecessor; it has a simpler and more efficient design, and it’s easier and more convenient to use, and it only takes one AAA battery instead of two. I’m guessing that only requiring a single battery instead of two is due to technological improvements in the device which require less power to operate. Indeed, this device is still like a miniature recording studio, and it has advanced with the times.

The DM 720 comes with a built-in USB connector plug, which can be a little awkward to use because it’s hard to see the tiny screen when it’s plugged in to the PC. But when connected to your PC, it serves the dual purpose of charging the battery, and allows you to easily manipulate the files and to transfer them back and forth from the PC. Olympus should have provided a USB adapter cable AND an adapter for outlet charging, but we can forgive them these oversights since the unit really is a marvel of engineering and design.

On the DM 720 there are only two major areas available for holding content, and these are the Recording section, and the Music section. The Recording section retains the usual 5 (A-E) areas for external audio recordings, with a maximum of 200 files for each letter. The unit has not just two, but three microphones built-in, with the usual high quality audio and an abundance of features. The Music section handles any and all audio content superbly, as to be expected.

I have several audio books, and when I transferred them and other personal recordings to the unit, it quickly filled up the 4 GB internal memory capacity of the unit. I then bought a 32 GB micro SD Card (which fits in a slot in the battery section) to handle all the books, plus any future ones that I acquire, and all my music. The User Guide indicated that the micro SD card required formatting, but it accepted audio files and recordings immediately without such formatting.

Apparently the DM 720 is not compatible with Audible Books (the one owned byAmazon), and that was disappointing. Aside from that shortcoming, this is still a sweet, versatile, and powerful little device very worthy of your consideration and purchase.
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Drexel Deal
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
This is the best digital voice recorder I''ve ever owned...
Reviewed in the United States on September 26, 2018
I have purchase several Olympus digital voice recorders in the past, in fact my DS-50 is still going strong after many drops on tile floors and even in a bucket of water. However, this model is the best I’ve owned so far, and off cores I’ve already dropped it twice and it’s... See more
I have purchase several Olympus digital voice recorders in the past, in fact my DS-50 is still going strong after many drops on tile floors and even in a bucket of water. However, this model is the best I’ve owned so far, and off cores I’ve already dropped it twice and it’s still ticking. This recorder is really easy to use, it has the voice guidance assistance and I love the partial erase function for editing my speech presentations. I received nothing for this review; I’m just a happy Olympus customer and will be for many years to come.
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Lis C
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Worth the upgrade in cost if noise reduction is going to be an issue!!
Reviewed in the United States on February 10, 2021
This recorder was recommended to me, but originally I did not want to spend quite that much on an audio recorder. After spending 1/3 the list price on a Sony that did just about everything I needed, I thought I was good to go. Now, I''m sure if I was using the Sony for what... See more
This recorder was recommended to me, but originally I did not want to spend quite that much on an audio recorder. After spending 1/3 the list price on a Sony that did just about everything I needed, I thought I was good to go. Now, I''m sure if I was using the Sony for what 99% of what people use them for (lectures, note taking, spying on ex''s, just kidding about the last one, lol), I''d be very happy with it. But due to the fact that I wasn''t recording in a quite environment, the difference became much clearer, as did the audio. I spent many hours using various applications & software to get rid of not only the unnecessary background noise ( the Sony, surprisingly has a VERY far range!) but some buzzing & hissing upon amplification of certain sounds. So, for the price, the Sony is a great choice for the aforementioned uses, but if you are recording(say outside or other in other noisy situations, the difference in quality is definitely worth the upgrade.
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J. Guerra
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
... owned four Olympus digital recorders and this one is excellent. The previous Olympus models were outstanding until the ...
Reviewed in the United States on September 30, 2017
I have owned four Olympus digital recorders and this one is excellent. The previous Olympus models were outstanding until the battery compartment began to not stay closed and the batteries would fall out. That was unfortunate because I would have continued to buy that model... See more
I have owned four Olympus digital recorders and this one is excellent. The previous Olympus models were outstanding until the battery compartment began to not stay closed and the batteries would fall out. That was unfortunate because I would have continued to buy that model indefinitely if the battery compartment design had not proved flawed. The older model was actually better than this one - the DM-720.
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andrea
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great unit for someone with vision impairment
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 28, 2021
I chose this unit for my Dad as he has less than 10% vision and wants to write an autobiography, to tell us a family history and make sure things don''t get lost when he passes on. This unit talks to you, the buttons are prominent, so are easy to locate with touch. The only...See more
I chose this unit for my Dad as he has less than 10% vision and wants to write an autobiography, to tell us a family history and make sure things don''t get lost when he passes on. This unit talks to you, the buttons are prominent, so are easy to locate with touch. The only downside is the on/off being the same button as Hold, which takes some getting used to the amount of pressure to apply when requiring each option. All in all a great unit and I think good value too.
I chose this unit for my Dad as he has less than 10% vision and wants to write an autobiography, to tell us a family history and make sure things don''t get lost when he passes on. This unit talks to you, the buttons are prominent, so are easy to locate with touch. The only downside is the on/off being the same button as Hold, which takes some getting used to the amount of pressure to apply when requiring each option.

All in all a great unit and I think good value too.
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3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
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Reviewed in Canada on September 3, 2020
Pour le prix ,le son laisse à désirer mais il est facile à utiliser
Pour le prix ,le son laisse à désirer mais il est facile à utiliser
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Daniel Quirion
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Pour usage personnel
Reviewed in Canada on May 15, 2019
J’ai aimé ce produit pour un usage personnel
J’ai aimé ce produit pour un usage personnel
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Jas
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Amazing and compact.
Reviewed in Canada on September 23, 2018
This recorder is amazing. It’s small versatile and easy to use I Don’t regret this Purchase at all I would buy again in a heartbeat
This recorder is amazing. It’s small versatile and easy to use I
Don’t regret this Purchase at all I would buy again in a heartbeat
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Five Stars
Reviewed in Canada on October 20, 2017
great recorder for lecutures.
great recorder for lecutures.
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