The USB is built-in and extends: Re: [all-audio] DM-720 Question
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The usb plug is internal to the dm720.
With the display to the top and in front of you, there is a protruding slide button which you need to press and push down. Doing this will extrude the plug, and the dm720 can then be directly plugged into your USB port.
Hope this helps.
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On 2 Dec 2020, at 10:45 am, Tom Kaufman <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Howard and list: Still no soap; I know I have done this before, for I have some files on my computer that I have used this machine to record with; still...there apparently seems to be no way to do this! What is it I'm missing here? A friend said that it's on the bottom of the machine but...danged if I see anything that you can plug in there! Sorry for being dense; I KNOW this has been done before...and I did it! But for some strange reason, none of the cords I have tried seem to fit!
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The little end of the cord goes into the female plug in the center of
the very bottom of the olympus, I'm guessing. It only goes in one way;
don't force it.
On 12/1/2020 4:35 PM, Tom Kaufman wrote:
Hello list: I am attempting to transfer a file from my Olympus 720 to the