Yes but we have come across a few issues with the Olympus DirectRec II (loaded with firmware V1.03) Olympus is aware of the issues and have stated that they will be addressed in their next software patch sometime in October of 2012. Until the issue has been addressed, we would recommend only using the Olympus…Details
If I’m using the Remote Device Manager Updater Client on my PC, do I still need the Philips Device Control Center installed & running?
Question: If I’m using the Remote Device Manager Updater Client on my PC, do I still need the Philips Device Control Center installed & running?
Yes, the Updater Client only allows you to customize the SpeechMikes… you still need the Device Control Center for the Control Application portion.
Verification Source: Jacqueline Warren, Philips Product Manager
The PowerMic® and Custom Dragon Commands In this article, we’re going to show you how to program your Nuance® PowerMic II to use one of your custom Dragon® commands—but only when you’re dictating into the Dictation Box. Please note that these instructions cover the process specifically for Dragon Medical Practice Edition on Windows®. To see…Details
I am in interested in writing software to work with the Olympus DSS Player Pro. How do I get a software development kit (SDK) to integrate 3rd party products with Olympus software?
Because the SDK software is considered sensitive software, Tokyo has instructed us the software is only available to customers who requires direct use of it. In order to determine which customer require use of the SDK, they will need to submit a request by email to Chris Kemmerer who will properly vet the customer for…Details
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
The Philips LFH9172 Flat Boundary microphone cable length is 6 _ feet. Technical Details Fast and easy set up for hassle-free installation with wire storage and length adaptation build into base Sound pick-up from a 360 degree radius for a perfect recording experience Boundary layer design utilizes the acoustic pressure of the surface Expandable through…Details
The Error 009 on the Philips DPM is an invalid file descriptor. It indicates a FAT (File Allocation Table) error on the memory cad. Recommend Fix:Format the memory card. If that does not correct the problem, insert a new memory card and format the new card via the DPM device (rather than the Windows format…Details
How to Configure a PowerMic® II in Dragon® Medical This ‘how to guide’ will walk you through the process of configuring a Nuance® PowerMic II for use with Dragon Medical v10.1. Dragon Medical has built-in support for PowerMic II microphones. The PowerMic II is a handheld USB microphone with programmable buttons. The PowerMic is compatible…Details
Question: I am unable to erase an audio file. What could be wrong? The file may be locked. Locking files is useful for protecting them from accidental editing or erasure. It is not possible to append, overwrite or insert index marks or other recordings into locked files. Locked files are not erased unless the memory…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