No, this release of SpeechExec Pro software supports XP & Vista. Generally speaking, Philips’ policy with regards to a new Windows operating system is to consider it once it has officially released, and after Microsoft has released service pack 1. Verification Source: Philips Product ManagerDetails
Will the Philips SpeechExec software recognize priority settings made on an Olympus digital voice recorder?
Unfortunately no. Although the Philips SpeechExec software does support the Olympus Pro-Line digital voice recorders, it will not recognize support the priority feature. Olympus devices do not use the same priority numbering scheme as Philips, therefore; all dictations recorded on an Olympus device will download with a priority level of 7. The same goes for…Details
Yes, the Olympus RS25 foot pedal will work on a computer with a 64bit operating system but there’s a catch. The RS-25 Foot Pedal with the USB Adapter will only work on the 32bit version. In order to use the Olympus RS-25 on the 64bit version, you must connect it using the Serial Adapter. Note:…Details
Question: Will my RS-27 foot pedal work with Release 4 software?Yes. It will with 4.10.2 and 4.10.3Scenario:Sold a DS-40 recorder and an RS-27 foot pedal for a doctor and was having problems because the RS-27 was not working. Many times Olympus hardware is not backward compatible however in this situation we have a winner. RS-27…Details
Will the software packages with the Philips 7277 Transcription Kit work on a computer running Windows 7?
Yes, as of March 9, 2011; the software packaged with the Philips LFH-7277 Transcription Kits is the Philips SpeechExec Pro v6, which is fully compatible with Windows 7.Verification Source: In-house testing.
Will there be a new version of the Philips Device Control Center when the SpeechMike Air is released?
Yes, an enhanced version of the Philips Device Control Center will be released in October to support the new Wireless SpeechMike Air. Verification Source: Rob Johnson, Philips Product Manager.
No, the Olympus DS-330 & DS-660 digital voice recorders are not compatible on a computer running Windows 7. It’s time for an upgrade. Verification Source: In-house testing
Will using an accessory microphone with an extended frequency range improve the quality of the recordings?
Question: Will using an accessory microphone with an extended frequency range improve the quality of the recordings? Using an accessory microphone with an extended frequency range may not improve the quality of the recordings in a DS-2200. The recorder has an overall frequency response of 300 Hz to 8,000 Hz, but the different quality modes…Details
With my Digital Voice Recorder plugged in, my computer will not boot up. How do I change the Boot Order in the BIOS
If you have a digital voice recorder plugged in, your computer may not boot up because it’s trying to boot from the recorder itself. If you run into this issue, follow the directions below to change the Boot Order in your BIOS. By changing the boot order, you can force your computer to boot from…Details
With the SpeechExec SR Pro v6 software installed, do you still need the Philips Device Control Center?
Question: With the SpeechExec SR Pro v6 software installed, do you still need the Philips Device Control Center?No, the SpeechMike II’s and SpeechMike Airs can be programmed directly inside the Philips SpeechExec SR Professional v6 software.Verification Source: In-house testing