Removing EOL from a dictation
To remove the EOL status from a dictation, do the following:
1. Make sure the DPM is in Stop mode.
2. Go to the respective file by moving the Jog Dial up or down.
3. To confirm the file selection and access the file, press the Jog Dial.
4. Remove the EOL status by pressing the L button once.
Recording mode (Insert/Overwrite)
The INS/OVR button switches between Insert and Overwrite mode:
The default setting is Overwrite mode which means that new speech replaces existing speech in the sound file
from the insertion point forward.
If the mode setting is Overwrite, the LED is red. If the device is set to Insert mode, the LED is green and an
additional symbol is shown on the DPM display.
This is the DPM display in Stop mode and with Overwrite mode enabled:
This is the DPM display in Stop mode and with Insert mode enabled:
To play back a selected sound file through the earphones or the built-in loudspeaker, press the Play button ( ).
To stop playback, press the Play button again. When the end of the file is reached, playback stops automatically.
Note: In Playback mode, the following buttons do not function: L, DEL, INS/OVR, REC and DL.
Adjusting the volume
Moving the Jog Dial up and down during playback adjusts the playback volume for the earphones and the built-in
loudspeaker. While the volume is being adjusted, a speaker symbol and volume slider are displayed:
Fast Forward and Fast Rewind
The DPM supports fast forwarding and fast rewinding through a sound file.
To fast forward a sound file, press the Fast Forward button ( ) on the DPM. When the end of the file is
reached, winding stops automatically.
To fast rewind a sound file, press teh Fast Rewind button ( ). When the beginning of the file is reached,
winding stops automatically.
DPM 9220 - User Manual