Other Olympus digital voice recorders have a wider frequency response than the DS-2200. Why is this model’s frequency response narrower?

Question:  Other Olympus digital voice recorders have a wider frequency response than the DS-2200. Why is this model’s frequency response narrower? The DS-2200 is designed as an Olympus Professional Dictation Device, whose primary function is to record dictation files for transcription. Dictation recordings do not require a wide frequency response because the audio signals they…

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On the DM-620, can I rewind a file to a particular point so that I can insert, append or dictate over something I have just recorded?

No.  Unfortunately the rewind buttons will not work while recording a file using the DM-620. When you stop a file using a recorder in the DM series, it will immediately start a new file.  There is not an option to insert, append or record over data recorded.  Note:  You can pause a file and then continue recording Source: …

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On my Olympus LS-100 PCM recorder, I pressed the REC button to record, but when I try to play back the file, there is no recording. Why?

The first press of the REC button puts the recorder in the standby mode but does not record. You must press the REC button a second time to start the actual recording. When the recorder is in the standby mode or is paused, the light around the REC button blinks. In the standby mode, the microphones are active and the LCD…

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My visual notifications are not working properly, help?

Question:   Within the Philips SpeechExec Pro Transcribe v5 B422, If a new dictation arrives in the Inbox folder of the transcriptionist, the visual notifications are not displayed, although configured properly.On clean installations of SpeechExec Pro Transcribe Version 5.0 Build 422 this is not a problem, only upgraded installations suffer this anomaly.To fix this issue: Delete…

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Is there a way to program the Philips SpeechMike to move to a ‘Previous Variable’ within Dragon?

When using a Philips SpeechMike, a popular command to program is the ‘Next Variable’ or ‘Next Feild’ command.  This is a fairly simple configuration because the ‘Next Variable’ command has a built-in hotkey within Dragon.  The ‘Previous Variable’ or ‘Previous Field’ is another popular command that Dragon users use while working with Templates.  The problem…

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