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Voice-activated recording

Voice-activated recording mode is a convenient feature for hands-free dictation. When voice-activated recording
is enabled, the DPM is in Record Standby mode; recording will start automatically when the input level exceeds a
certain threshold (i.e. usually when you start dictating). This means that recording stops a few seconds after you
stop speaking and restarts automatically when you start speaking again.

DPM 9450/00

To operate DPM 9450/00 in voice-activated recording mode, do the following:
1. Enable voice-activated recording in the DPM menu. For more information, refer to the corresponding
DPM menu section in this manual.
2. Make sure that the 4-Position Switch is in the Stop position ( ).
3. Press the REC (Record) button; DPM 9450/00 goes into in Record Standby mode.
4. Move the 4-Position Switch to the Play position ( ).
5. Start dictating and recording will start automatically. The symbol for voice-activated recording is shown on the
DPM display.
When you stop dictating, the DPM goes back into Record Standby after three seconds.

DPM 9450/52

To operate DPM 9450/52 in voice-activated recording mode, do the following:
1. Enable voice-activated recording in the DPM menu. For more information, refer to the corresponding
DPM menu section in this manual.
2. Move the 4-Position Switch to the REC (Record) position; DPM 9450/52 goes into Record Standby mode.
3. Start dictating and recording will start automatically. The symbol for voice-activated recording is shown on the
DPM display (see above).
When you stop dictating, the DPM goes back into Record Standby after three seconds.

Skip Forward and Skip Back

The Jog Dial on the DPM supports a skip function for moving between files:
Before you move the Jog Dial up or down, make sure that the 4-Position Switch is in the Stop position
(DPM 9450/00: , DPM 9450/52: STOP):
Moving the Jog Dial up skips to the end of the current file. Then, moving the Jog Dial up will always skip to the
end of the next file.
For example, the current file number is 5. Moving the Jog Dial up goes to the end of file number 5. Moving the
Jog Dial further up goes to the end of file number 6, then to the end of file number 7, and so on.
Moving the Jog Dial down skips to the beginning of the current file. Then, moving the Jog Dial down will
always skip to the beginning of the previous file.
For example, the current file number is 5. Moving the Jog Dial down goes to the beginning of file number 5.
Moving the Jog Dial further down goes to the beginning of file number 4, then to the beginning of file number
3, and so on.
When you want to continue working on a specific file, confirm the file selection by pressing the Jog Dial.
Note: When you skip forward and the last file is reached, a new empty file is created automatically.
Note: If you do not move the Jog Dial for more than two seconds, the DPM returns to the position prior to moving
the Jog Dial.
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