Question: How does DSS Player Pro differ from DSS Player version 6?For the most part, DSS Player Pro and DSS Player v.6 are similar. DSS Player Pro offers some enhancements designed to facilitate transfer and archiving of files on a computer network.The primary enhancements found in DSS Player Pro but not in DSS Player v.6…Details
Question: How does the Olympus licensing work? Can I install the DSS Player Pro R5 on more than 1 PC? To answer your question, NO; however; Olympus will make an exception and allow one to install the DSS Player Pro R5 on a desktop and 1 laptop, as long as they are not connected to…Details
If you have a site license, you can install the ODMS software on as many computers you’d like, but you can only have it opened and active on the computers that have an available license. In other words, if you have a (10) user site license, you can install the software on as many computers…Details
Dragon Medical 10 and Dragon Medical Small Practice 10 are purchased for use on a per-user basis. A user is defined as one (1) individual who dictates in Dragon Medical. A licensed user may install Dragon Medical for use on multiple machines by that same user only. A Dragon Medical box license may not be…Details
How is the "push to talk" feature different in the SpeechMike Air III as compared to the SpeechMike Air II?
Question: How is the playback volume controlled? The playback volume is controlled during playback using the [+] (plus) and [-] (minus) buttons on the VOL rocker switch on the right side of the DS-2200. Pressing [+] increases the playback volume. Pressing [-] reduces the playback volume.Verification Source: Olympus WebsiteDetails
Question: How is the recording volume controlled? The DS-2200 always records at a 100% volume level to prevent accidentally recording with the volume set too low. The recorder has two levels of microphone sensitivity: CONF (Conference) is a high-sensitivity level used in conference or lecture situations. DICT (Dictation) is a low-sensitivity level used for close-up…Details
Question: How is the Remote Device Manager positioned relative to SpeechExec Enterprise?The Philips Remote Device Manager is independent of any SpeecExec solution. It can be used in any supported WIndows environment where Philips hardware is used. Verification Source: Rick Maxwell, Philips Product Manager
Question: How is thepush to talk” feature different in the SpeechMike Air III as compared to the SpeechMike Air II?As you know the SpeechMike II product operates on the S/E Professional dictation s/w V5.0 Build 422 and, creating a new dictation or activating record mode required some key strokes. You will be happy to know…Details
The cords on the boundary microphones are 6.5 ft. (2m). You can connect and position up to 6 conference microphones. Verification Source: Philips Conference Recording System User Manual Page EN12.
There is no time limit. All settings will be retained so when you reactivate the software, it’ll be just as you left it.Verification Source: Robert Johnson, Philips Senior Product Marketing Manager