On the Philips LFH-9850, the Voice Prompts guide users through the operation of the Philips Digital Telephone Desktop. In case you have lost your voice prompt files – e.g. though formatting your memory card, you can download them for re-installation.The link below will allow you to download the voice prompts aka wave prompts.http://www.dictation.philips.com/index.php?id=70&no_cache=1&file=WavePrompts.zip&uid=1359&CC=US#lic-codeCopy this .dpm firmware…Details
As of 5.23.08, over 80,000 physicians are using Dragon Medical —over 10% of all clinicians in the US. That may not seem like a lot, but we only started counting a few years ago. Physicians are adopting Dragon Medical as rapidly—or more rapidly—as they are adopting EMR systems. By the end of 2008, there will be…Details
The DS5000 can be locked with a 4 digit PIN (Personal Identification Number) or your fingerprint with the DS5000ID. In the event that the PIN is entered incorrectly, after a set amount of attempts the device locks down. The device will remain locked for ten minutes at which point it will ask for the PIN.If…Details
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
How long does it take to send dictations from my Smartphone using the Philips Dictation Recorder App.?
There are several variables that effect how long it takes for a file to send from your Smartphone. Things like Internet speed, signal strength, dictation size, recording quality, etc. all effect the time it takes to transmit an audio file from your smartphone to the Philips Dictation Hub Server. I’ve run some test that will…Details
I have a Philips SE Pro license that I am not sure is working correctly. What can I do to test if it is valid?
The Philips support team has created a portal for testing the validity of a license for the SE Pro Dictate and the SE Pro Transcribe. Go to the following Link: http://license.dictation.philips.com/index.php It will look like this: Just enter in the license and click ‘Login’ to check for validation. Note: You can even check a Speech…Details
If you are experiencing issues playing back any of the webinars hosted by eDist, you may have an issue with your Codec if you’re trying to play the videos in Windows Media Player. The link below provides the CODEC needed by Windows Medical Player to properly playback the webinars. https://www3.gotomeeting.com/codec?Portal=www.gotomeeting.com Verification Source: GoToMeeting & In-house…Details
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