S I M P LY WO R K I N G S M A RT E R 9450/52 Instruction manual Quick Reference Guide www.philips.com/dictation...
Instruction manual Quick Reference Recording Recording for the first time with the DPM 9450/52: Check whether a memory card has been inserted into the device and that the DPM has power, then unlock the 4-position switch = stop position. LED steady red) Hold the DPM approximately 10 centimetres away from your mouth.
(fast forward) Tested to comply with FCC standards. For home or office use. DL/VC button Model number: LFH 9450/52 Trade name: Philips Digital Pocket Memo (for recording of special Responsible party: Philips Speech Processing instructions, PC download, Telephone number: +1 770 821 2400...
Instruction manual Quick Reference Use Voice Command: The DPM is the first dictation machine with integrated Voice Command (VC). You simply say the client/patient's ID number to define and uniquely identify a dictation file. During training, the DPM is tuned to your way of speaking, the machine learns to understand and interpret your commands. Character training: 1.
Operating instruction Voice Command Use Voice Command - assigning an ID number to your dictation When using the VC, the DPM expects your input before it can display it on the display and link it internally to the appropriate dictation file. Using Voice Command: 1.
Instruction manual Quick Reference Play back • Current audio file: Move the 4-position switch from the stop position to the playback position. To stop the playback , move it back again. • Saved audio file: Select the sound file using the Jog Dial and move the 4-position switch from the stop to the playback position.
Instruction manual Quick Reference DPM-Menu This menu offers you options for inputting user-defined designations, assigning key words, setting the date and time, recording format and microphone sensitivity, (de)activation of the device signals and voice-activated recording, switching the illumination on/off, changing the contrast, displaying the remaining or used recording time and reformatting the memory card.