What are the main features of the Olympus DS-3500 Digital Voice Recorder?

Device password protection and DSS Pro real-time 128- or 256-bit file encryption makes the DS-3500 ideal for workplace environments that deal with sensitive information. Packaged with next-generation Olympus Dictation Management System (ODMS) software and compatible with Nuance Dragon NaturallySpeaking voice recognition software, the DS-7000 is designed to become an essential part of any office’s dictation…

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What happens when using the speech recognition capabilities with roaming users selected and you lose your network connection?

For speech recognition capabilities, Philips follows how Dragon works in this situation, which is:
Dragon will cache the user profile locally, therefore; if you lose your network connection, Dragon Medical v10.1 will use that ‘cached profile’ until the network connection has been restored.
Verification Source: Rob Johnson, Philips Product Manager & Val Matthews, Nuance Sales Engineer

What are the main features of the Olympus DS-4000 Digital Voice Recorder?

Question: What are the main features of the Olympus DS-4000 Digital Voice Recorder?The DS-4000 is a digital voice recorder that records in the Digital Speech Standard (DSS) audio format. It uses xD-Picture Card(tm) Flash memory media as removable storage, so the user never has to leave the recorder with a transcriptionist–just leave the memory card.…

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What are the different vocab options available?

MacSpeech Dictate Medical supports more than 54 different medical and dental specialty vocabulary options. For each Profile created, you choose what type of vocabulary will be loaded. There two types of vocabularies:Medical” and non-medical. The medical vocabulary can be categorized as eitherGeneral” orSpecialty”. Non-medical VocabularyIf you create anon-medical” Profile (by un-checking theMedical” check box), it…

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Is there a way to keep all of the Wave data when transcribing audio files through Dragon NaturallySpeaking v11?

Synopsis: When using the Transcribe feature in Dragon NaturallySpeaking, a user opens a WAV file to transcribe.  When a correction is made, Dragon will delete the syncronized audio.  Question: Can we tell Dragon to preserve that data? Answer: Yes, on your DragonBar, go to Tools > Options > Data > Advanced a select ‘Always Preserve…

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