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  • Page 1 DPM 9360 User Manual...
  • Page 2 DPM 9360 - 05/2005 (English) COPYRIGHT © 2003 - 2005 Philips Austria GmbH, PSP - Dictation Systems. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part is prohibited without the written consent of the copyright owner. Information in this manual is subject to change without notice.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    DPM 9360 - User Manual Table of Contents Chapter 1: Introduction......................... 1 DPM features ..............................1 Package contents .............................. 1 Chapter 2: Introducing the DPM ......................2 DPM graphic ..............................2 LCD display ............................... 3 Batteries................................4 Recharging the batteries ..........................4 Chapter 3: Getting Started........................
  • Page 4 DPM 9360 - User Manual...
  • Page 5: Chapter 1: Introduction

    Quick Reference for DPM 9360/00 or DPM 9360/52. Accessories available from your vendor • Power Supply LFH 9145 • DPM Docking Station 9110 • Rechargeable batteries LFH 9144 For more information on Philips and the available products, go to: www.philips.com www.philips.com/dictation...
  • Page 6: Chapter 2: Introducing The Dpm

    DPM 9360 - User Manual Chapter 2: Introducing the DPM This chapter introduces the DPM 9360. Below you find a graphic of the device which shows and explains the various parts. You also find a detailed description of the DPM display and useful information on how to operate the device with batteries.
  • Page 7: Lcd Display

    When you press the button for about 0.3 seconds in Playback or Recording mode, an index mark is inserted into the sound file. 17: Power supply socket for Philips LFH 9145. LCD display The DPM 9360 has a high-quality graphical LCD display. You will see the following symbols:...
  • Page 8: Batteries

    The DPM 9360 can be operated with the two standard AAA alkaline batteries delivered with the product. You can also use rechargable Philips NiMH batteries (LFH 9144). For recharging the batteries, only use the power supply LFH 9145; it can also be used for running the DPM from the mains power supply.
  • Page 9: Chapter 3: Getting Started

    DPM 9360 - User Manual Chapter 3: Getting Started This chapter provides an introduction to the basic functions of the DPM 9360: • Activating the DPM • Memory card • Start screen • DPM menu • Power Save mode Activating the DPM The DPM can be turned on and off via the Lock/Hold switch.
  • Page 10: Full Memory Card

    DPM 9360 - User Manual Note: The memory card delivered with your DPM 9360 has already been preformatted. Important: Any memory card used with the DPM should be formatted by the DPM itself and not any other device. For more information on reformatting the memory card, refer to the corresponding DPM menu section in this manual.
  • Page 11: Display Appearance

    DPM 9360 - User Manual Display appearance The appearance of the DPM display depends on the corresponding setting (Standard display and Advanced display options) in SpeechExec Dictate. For more information, refer to the SpeechExec Dictate Online Help. • The Standard display option uses larger symbols without showing the status indication bar. •...
  • Page 12: User-defined Labels

    DPM 9360 - User Manual To exit the DPM menu, do one of the following: • Select the menu entry for exiting the DPM menu and confirm the selection by pressing the Jog Dial: • Press the DEL (Delete) button. User-defined labels This menu entry is only available if the corresponding option has been enabled in SpeechExec Dictate and the setting was transferred to the DPM.
  • Page 13: Setting The Date And Time (dpm 9360/52)

    DPM 9360 - User Manual 3. Set the time. When you have set and confirmed the MM (minutes) setting, you will automatically return to the DPM main menu. See also the Additional information section below. Setting the date and time (DPM 9360/52) This is the default date and time format for DPM 9360/52: YYYY-MM-DD (year-month-day) and HH:MM (hours:minutes) The menu entry for the date and time displays the current date setting:...
  • Page 14: Setting The Recording Format

    DPM 9360 - User Manual Setting the recording format The DPM enables you to record dictations either in the SP or the LPm recording format. The default setting is SP. This is the menu entry for the recording format; the current setting is indicated with large, bold letters: Confirm the menu entry selection by pressing the Jog Dial and proceed as follows: •...
  • Page 15: Backlight On/off

    DPM 9360 - User Manual Backlight on/off The DPM provides a backlit display for improved visibility. This is the menu entry for the display backlight; a check mark next to the symbol indicates that the backlit display function is enabled. The symbol always shows the current setting: Confirm the menu entry selection by pressing the Jog Dial and do the following: •...
  • Page 16: Power Save Mode

    DPM 9360 - User Manual Note: You can cancel the reformatting process by removing the memory card or by moving the 4-Position Switch. Note: When reformatting a memory card of the type SD, make sure the card is not write-protected. A write- protected SD card is indicated with this symbol on the DPM display: Power Save mode If the DPM is left inactive for more than four minutes, it goes automatically into Power Save mode and the display...
  • Page 17: Chapter 4: Basic Operations

    DPM 9360 - User Manual Chapter 4: Basic Operations This chapter provides an introduction to the basic functions of the DPM 9360: • Recording a dictation • Recording mode (Insert/Overwrite) • Playing back a dictation • Fast Forward and Fast Rewind •...
  • Page 18: Recording - Dpm 9360/52

    DPM 9360 - User Manual • To leave Record Standby and enter Stop mode, either move the 4-Position Switch to the Fast Rewind position ( ) or press the REC button. 6. When you are finished and do not want to make any further changes to the dictation, press the EOL button (End-of-Letter) to mark the current dictation as finished (EOL symbol: ).
  • Page 19: Recording Mode (insert/overwrite)

    DPM 9360 - User Manual Removing EOL from a file To remove the EOL attribute from a dictation, do the following: 1. Make sure the 4-Position Switch is in the Stop position. 2. Go to the respective file by moving the Jog Dial up or down. 3.
  • Page 20: Fast Forward And Fast Rewind

    DPM 9360 - User Manual Fast Forward and Fast Rewind The DPM supports fast forwarding and fast rewinding through a sound file. DPM 9360/00 On DPM 9360/00, move the 4-Position Switch to the Fast Forward position ( ) or the Fast Rewind position ( ) to start winding.
  • Page 21: Deleting A File

    DPM 9360 - User Manual 3. Confirm the operation by pressing the DEL button again for at least two seconds and the section is deleted permanently from the file. The waste bin symbol indicates that the section has been deleted. Deleting a file To permanently delete an entire sound file, do the following: 1.
  • Page 22: Dpm 9360/52

    DPM 9360 - User Manual 2. Make sure that the 4-Position Switch is in the Stop position ( ). 3. Press the REC (Record) button; DPM 9360/00 goes into in Record Standby mode. 4. Move the 4-Position Switch to the Play position ( ). 5.
  • Page 23: Chapter 5: Advanced Operations

    DPM 9360 - User Manual Chapter 5: Advanced Operations This chapter introduces you to some of the more advanced aspects of the DPM: • Inserting index marks • Entering user-defined labels • Assigning Keywords • Transferring data between the DPM and a PC Note: These functions are only available when using the DPM 9360 together with SpeechExec Dictate.
  • Page 24: Assigning Keywords

    DPM 9360 - User Manual When entering user-defined labels on the DPM you can use the characters A-Z and the numbers 0-9; spaces are also allowed. To enter a user-defined label, do the following: 1. Press the Jog Dial for about two seconds to access the DPM menu. The menu entry for user-defined labels is displayed first per default.
  • Page 25: Example: Assigning Keywords

    DPM 9360 - User Manual Example: Assigning Keywords In this example the Keyword has the usage Author. The entries, this is the content, for this Keyword is a selection of author names: Jones, Singh, Watson, etc. This information is transferred to the DPM where the author simply has to select the author name.
  • Page 26 DPM 9360 - User Manual 3. When the download is finished, one of the following symbols will appear: • The download finished successfully: • The download did not succeed: Note: Whether the downloaded files on the DPM are deleted after transferring depends on the corresponding settings in SpeechExec Dictate.
  • Page 27: Appendix: Troubleshooting The Dpm

    DPM 9360 - User Manual Appendix: Troubleshooting the DPM If you have problems with your DPM, please try the following before you contact your vendor. Nothing appears on the DPM display • The batteries are not loaded properly: Verify that the polarity is correct. •...
  • Page 28 Recharging batteries is not possible • The DPM is turned on and connected to the PC with download mode activated: Turn the DPM off to start recharging. Important: The DPM can only recharge the rechargable Philips NiMH batteries LFH 9144.
  • Page 29: Index

    DPM 9360 - User Manual Index 4-Position Switch End-of-Letter button, 14 Lock/Hold switch, 5 Entering user-defined labels, 19 Playback, 15 EOL, 14 EOL button, 14 Advanced display, 7 Advanced operations, 19 Fast Forward, 16 Appearance, 7 DPM 9360/00, 16 Assign DPM 9360/52, 16 Keywords, 8 Fast Rewind, 16...
  • Page 30 DPM 9360 - User Manual Overwrite, 15 Recording time, 11 Memory card, 5 Reformat Format, 5 Memory card, 11 Insert, 5 Reformat, 11 Menu, 7 Backlight, 11 SD, 5 Contrast, 11 Section (sound file) Date and time, 8, 9 Delete, 16 Device beep, 10 Skip Back, 18 Keywords, 8...

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