SpeechControl Hotfix for Mac When Dragon® for Mac v5 was first released, there was a compatibility issue between Philips® SpeechControl for Mac® and Dragon that disabled the SpeechMike buttons for use in that application. The previous workaround was to use keyboard mode to perform limited functions. Philips has now released a hotfix for Dragon for…
What is the default setting mode for the Philips® SpeechMike? As of November 2014, the default setting for the Philips SpeechMike is Event mode. In order to use or transfer the device to Keyboard mode, the user will need to configure the device to operation in Keyboard mode through the Philips Device Control Center, also…
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.
Within Philips SpeechExec Pro Dictate v7, how do i get my microphone to start recording immediately when I press the Record button?
Synopsis: When in the Online Recorder Window. I press the Record button on my SpeechMike, it showsRecord Standby. I can then hit the Play/Pause button on SpeechMike to have it go intoRecord mode. Question: How can I program the software to bypass theRecord Standby” mode and immediately start recording when I press the Record button. Answer: Within…
Yes, the Philips SpeechMike II’s will indeed work on a computer running Windows 7, however; it may need a firmware update.
Verification Source: In-House Testing
Yes, you can use an older Philips SpeechMike II with the New Dragon Medical Practice Edition. Make sure that you’re running the latest version of the Philips Device Control Center (v2.8 build 260). Otherwise, the microphone will automatically turn off when being used. Click Here to download the Philips Device Control Center v2.8 Build 260…
Question: What type of encryption is used with the New Philips SpeechMike Air? Is it HIPPA compliant?Philips uses a proprietary encryption technique, therefore; they will not share with the public. The Philips SpeechMike Air is not HIPAA compliant but it is HIPAA supportive. The device is encrypted and follows the standard securities found within the…
Question: What type of wireless technology is used in the NEW SpeechMike Air?During product design, Wireless USB, WLAN, RF, WiFi & Bluetooth were all considered. Philips decided to go with Bluetooth 2.0 & 2.1.They decided to go with Bluetooth for the followings reasons: Proven standard since > 10 years Approvals for CE, FCC, IC Tested…
The Philips SpeechMike II Barcode Scanner is a hand-held programmable USB microphone with a built-in Barcode Scanner.
This device can read the following types of barcodes:
* Code 11/39/93/128
* MSI Code
* Interleaved 2 of 5
* Discrete 2 of 5
Verification Source: Page 12 of the Philips SpeechMike Barcode User Manaual
While recording a dictation with a 52xx series SpeechMike, and a sound is heard through the SpeechMike speaker, thereafter the current dictation changes pitch or becomes garbled. This can occur on the series II SpeechMikes (52xx models of Cassic and Pro) with installed firmware 1.20. This is not an issue with series II barcode…