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  • Page 1 Register your product and get support at DPM6000 English Italiano Deutsch Français Nederlands Español...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    What's in the box Hands-free recording and transcription Overview of the recorder Hands-free recording Start-up screen Hands-free transcription Use Philips SpeechExec software 3 Get started Advanced configuration Install the recorder Download recordings to the computer Insert and eject the memory card...
  • Page 4 Voice activation Display menu Brightness Backlight Record lamp Language Device menu Beep Acoustic feedback Power save Date & time Auto backspace Device information Format card USB charge USB audio Hands-free mode Diagnosis file Reset settings Noise reduction 7 Service Display device information Memory formatting Updating the firmware Troubleshooting...
  • Page 5: Important

    1 Important • Only Philips rechargeable Li-ion batteries ACC8100 (and no others) can be charged in the device. Replace only with the same or equivalent type. • Remove the battery from the device if it will not be used for an extended period of time.
  • Page 6: Legal Restrictions On Recording

    About this user manual temporarily discontinue use. • Do not use headphones while operating a motorized vehicle, cycling, or skateboarding, etc. You could be a hazard to your- You can find a quick overview of your device in the following self and other road users, and possibly be breaking the law.
  • Page 7: Your Digital Dictation Recorder

    2 Your digital dictation What's in the box recorder We are delighted that you have chosen a Philips device. Visit our website for comprehensive support such as user manuals, software downloads, warranty information and more: www . philips . com / dictaton.
  • Page 8: Overview Of The Recorder

    Overview of the recorder a LED light • Red: device is recording in overwrite or append mode • Green: device is recording in insert mode • Yellow: data is being transferred to/from the computer b Microphones c Screen d Function keys F1, F2, F3 •...
  • Page 9: Start-up Screen

     Append recording ( Review recording, p. 14) A foot switch is connected to the docking station • The recorder can be used for hands-free recording and transcription by connecting the optional Philips foot switch to the docking station.  Hands-free recording and transcription, p. 20.
  • Page 10 • One or more keywords, such as the author’ s name, can be assigned to every recording. Keywords can be used to identify recordings and automatic file routing.  Assign keywords (author ID and work type), p. 19. o Index mark indicator ( Index marks, p. 18) p File length q Current recording/playback time r File name...
  • Page 11: Get Started

    3 Get started Insert and eject the memory card The device operates with a SD/SDHC memory card and supports cards with storage capacities of up to 32 GB. Your recorder is packaged with a memory card already inserted and Caution formatted.
  • Page 12: Charge The Battery

    Insert the micro USB plug into the USB port on the recorder. progress. Data may be damaged or lost. X The recorder starts charging.  • Philips uses approved industry standards for memory cards, but some brands may not be fully compatible with your Note device.
  • Page 13: Initial Installation Process

    Initial installation process Power-save mode The initial installation process starts when first using the device By default, the recorder will enter power-save mode after 5 or possibly if there has been a long interruption to the power minutes of inactivity. Lift up the recorder or press any button to supply.
  • Page 14: Use Your Recorder

    The recorder can be used for hands-free recording by con- Press the B REW button briefly while recording to jump necting the optional Philips foot switch to the optional docking back two seconds and start playback. ( Auto backspace, p. station.  Hands-free recording, p. 20.
  • Page 15: Add To Or Overwrite A Recording

    Add to or overwrite a recording Note You can edit an existing recording by overwriting a part of it or inserting additional recording. • When you edit, the recording quality of the original While the recorder is in stop mode, press F2 (Menu) and recording is used.
  • Page 16: Playback

    Playback X Playback speed becomes slower (-25 %) and the E icon will be displayed. X Playback returns to normal speed and the C icon will be Selecting a file displayed. Press + while the device is in stop mode. Quick search X The position indicator jumps to the end of a file.
  • Page 17: Delete

    Delete Delete all files You can delete individual files from the device, part of a file or While the recorder is in stop mode, press F2 (Menu) and delete all files simultaneously. select File > Delete all. Press F2 (OK) to confirm the deletion. Note X All files are deleted.
  • Page 18: Use More Of Your Recorder

    5 Use more of your Index marks recorder Index marks can be used to mark certain points in a recording as points of reference. To add an index mark, press F1 (Index) during recording or playback. Voice-activated recording X The index number is displayed for one second. X Up to 32 index marks can be set per file.
  • Page 19: Assign Keywords (author Id And Work Type)

    X A new, empty recording is created. To assign priority status to the recording, press the EOL but- • Keywords must first be set up with Philips Speech Exec software.  Advanced configuration, p. 21. ton again within half a second.
  • Page 20: Hands-free Recording And Transcription

    The recorder can be used for hands-free recording and tran- recording depends on the setting of the switch on the scription by connecting the optional Philips foot pedal LFH2210 underside of the foot control: to the optional docking station ACC8120. In this operating •...
  • Page 21: Use Philips Speechexec Software

    Device > Hands-free mode > download, conversion and routing of files. Transcribe. Connect the optional Philips foot pedal to the food pedal Note port on the rear side of the docking station and place the recorder in the docking station.
  • Page 22: Download Recordings To The Computer

    Finished dictations folder of the work list. Note • How and which files are downloaded after the recorder is connected to a computer can be configured in the settings menu of Philips SpeechExec software or with the configuration wizard.
  • Page 23: Settings

    Line-in Record notification beep Note Edit mode Voice activation • Some settings, such as defining keywords, file encryption or Display device lock, are available only through Philips SpeechExec Brightness software.  Advanced configuration, p. 21. Backlight Record lamp Language Device Beep...
  • Page 24: File Menu

    One or more keywords, such as the author’ s name or a work type, can be assigned to every recording. Keywords can be used to identify recordings and automatic file routing in Philips SpeechExec software.  Assign keywords (author ID and work type), p.
  • Page 25: Record Menu

    Record menu Note Profile • All recording profiles can be customized with Philips The recording profile presets recording parameters such as SpeechExec software.  Advanced configuration, p. 21. recording quality and file format, microphone sensibility and the microphone mode to suit the recording conditions. The profile’ s...
  • Page 26: Display Menu

    Display menu Device menu Brightness Beep Adjust the brightness of the display. The brightness level of the Enable/disable key and signal tones. display will affect how quickly the device consumes battery power. Acoustic feedback Allows you to listen to the recording while forwarding or Backlight rewinding.
  • Page 27: Usb Charge

    Hands-free mode The recorder can be used for hands-free recording and tran- scription by connecting the optional Philips foot switch LFH2210 to the optional docking station ACC8120. In this operating mode, you can control the recording and playback functions with the foot switch.
  • Page 28: Service

    Failure to properly update the firmware may result in the device malfunctioning. • Press F1 (Back) to cancel the operation. • Firmware updates can be performed automatically via Philips SpeechExec software.  Use Philips SpeechExec software, p. 21.
  • Page 29: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Problem Possible cause/solution The device does not turn on • Battery is empty. X Recharge the battery. • The device is turned off. X Turn the power on.  Power on/off, p. 12. • The device is in power-save mode. X Lift up the recorder or press any button to reactivate it.
  • Page 30: Technical Data

    • Speaker output power: 200 mW • Docking connector • Memory card slot Power • Battery type: Philips rechargeable Li-ion battery ACC8100 • Battery lifetime: up to 27 hours of recording (QP mode), up Display • Type: color TFT to 200 hours standby •...
  • Page 31: Declaration Of Conformity

    2006/95/EC, 2004/108/EC Canadian interference-causing equipment regulations. and 2009/125/EC. A complete declaration of conformity for this product is available at www . philips . com / dictation. Avis Canadien Neither Speech Processing Solutions GmbH nor its affiliates shall Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes les exi-...
  • Page 32 Specifications are subject to change without notice. © 2013 Speech Processing Solutions GmbH. All rights reserved. Philips and the Philips’ shield emblem are registered trademarks of Koninklijke Philips N.V. and are used by Speech Processing Solutions GmbH under license from Koninklijke Philips N.V. All trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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