12: The remaining recording time (-) or used-up recording time (+) on the memory card, depending on the setting
made with SpeechExec Dictate. The displayed time also depends on the SP/LPm setting.
13: The current recording has barcode information.
14: The current Keyword 1 assignment.
Note: If you inserted and formatted a new memory card, moving the Jog Dial (Skip Forward), pressing the
REC button (DPM 9450/00) or moving the 4-Position Switch to the Record position (DPM 9450/52) will
automatically generate a new file:
DPM 9450/00: The new file is immediately in Record Standby mode.
DPM 9450/52: The new file is immediately in Recording mode.
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:
The Advanced display option uses smaller symbols. It enables to view more information on the current
dictation and shows the status indication bar. This bar provides visual feedback when a dication, for example,
is recorded or played back.
The DPM 9450 comes with a menu which provides the following options:
Setting the date and time
Setting the recording format
Enabling and disabling the DPM device beep
Setting the microphone sensitivity
Changing the contrast
Displaying the recording time
Reformatting the memory card
Voice command training
Note: The setting for the DPM display appearance (Standard display and Advanced display options), for
enabling/disabling the record notification beep and for recording into one file only can only be made via
Note: If the one file function is activated, any recording will be stored in a single file. The Skip Forward, Skip Back
and EOL functions are not available. If the record notification beep is enabled, you will hear two beeps every time
the DPM goes into Recording mode.
DPM 9450 - User Manual