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LFH0955 For product information and support, visit www.philips.com/dictation POCKET MEMO ES Manual del usuario 85 IT Manuale di istruzioni 111 NL Gebruikershandleiding 137 EN User manual 3 DE Benutzerhandbuch 29 FR Manuel de l‘utilisateur 57 D o w n l o a d e d f r o m w w w . v a n d e n b o r r e . b e
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3 User manual E N G LISH 1 Welcome 4 1.1 Product highlights 4 1.2 What’s in the box 4 2 Important 5 2.1 Safety 5 2.2 Disposal of your old product 5 2.3 Technical support and warranty 5 3 Get started 6 3.1 Overview – controls and connections 6 3.2 Overview – display indicators and symbols 7 3.3 Install the batteries 8 3.4 Recharge the batteries 8 3.4.1 Recharge the batteries using the power supply 8 3.4.2 Recharge the batteries through the USB cable 8 3.4.3 Recharge the batteries through the docking station 9 3.5 Insert and eject the memory card 9 3.6 Format a new memory card 10 3.7 Activate the digital recorder 10 3.7.1 Set the language 11 3.7.2 Set the date and time 11 3.8 Power-save mode 11 4 Using your meeting recorder 12 4.1 Before recording 12 4.1.1 Meeting recording: connect and position the meeting microphones 12 4.1.2 Connect the remote control 13 4.1.3 Interview recording: connect the click-on interview microphone 13 4.2 Recording 14 4.2.1 Create a new recording 14 4.2.2 Add to a recording (append) 15 4.2.3 Finish (lock) a recording 15 4.2.4 Change the recording format 15 4.2.5 Adjust the microphone sensitivity 16 4.2.6 Set the sound filter 17 4.2.7 Monitor recording 17 4.3 Playback 18 4.3.1 Overview playback functions 18 4.3.2 Noise reduction 19 4.4 Delete 19 4.4.1 Delete a file 19 4.4.2 Delete part of a recording 20 4.4.3 Delete all dictations 20 5 Use more of your meeting recorder 21 5.1 Use Philips SpeechExec software 21 5.1.1 Advanced configuration 21 5.1.2 Download recordings to the PC 21 5.2 Use voice-activated recording 22 5.3 Work with index marks 23 5.3.1 Insert an index mark 23 5.3.2 Delete an index mark 23 5.3.3 Delete all index marks 23 5.4 Assign an author’s name 24 5.5 Display and sound functions 24 5.5.1 Setting the language 24 5.5.2 Setting date and time 25 5.5.3 Backlight 25 5.5.4 Record lamp 26 5.5.5 LCD contrast 26 5.5.6 Device beep 27 5.6 Menu list 27 User manual D o w n l o a d e d f r o m w w w . v a n d e n b o r r e . b e
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4 User manual Welcome 1 Congratulations on your purchase and welcome to Philips! To fully benefit from the support that Philips offers, visit our Website for support information such as user manuals, software downloads, warranty information and more: www.philips.com/welcome. Product highlights 1.1 Easy to use out-of-the-box solution • Elegant metal carrying case for portability • Quick set-up with innovative • meeting microphones 360 degree sound pick-up for optimal • recording Boundary layer design using the sound • pressure Built-in wire storage and length adaptation • Expandable through cascading • Automatic file download via USB for quick • transcription Exchangeable memory card for unlimited • recording High recording quality in DSS, MP3 and PCM • format What’s in the box 1.2 Digital recorder For product information and support, visit www.philips.com/dictation LFH0955 Conference recording system with SpeechExec dictation software POCKET MEMO EN Quick start guide DE Kurzanleitung FR Guide de démarrage rapide ES Guía de inicio rápido IT Guida rapida di introduzione NL Snelle startgids SV Snabbstartsguide Conference Recording System For product information and support, visit www.philips.com/dictation EN User manual 3 DE Benutzerhandbuch 29 FR Manuel de l‘utilisateur 57 ES Manual del usuario 85 NL Gebruikershandleiding 111 IT Manuale di istruzioni 139 LFH0955 EOL INDEX REMOTE CONTROL Docking station Remote control AC charger Power clips Rechargeable batteries USB cable Memory card Splitter cable Meeting microphones Interview microphone CD-ROM User manual Quick start guide D o w n l o a d e d f r o m w w w . v a n d e n b o r r e . b e
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5 User manual E N G LISH Important 2 Safety 2.1 To avoid short circuit, do not expose the • product to rain or water. Do not expose the device to excessive • heat caused by heating equipment or direct sunlight. Protect the cables from being pinched, • particularly at plugs and the point where they exit from the device. Active mobile phones in the vicinity may • cause interference. Back up your files. Philips is not responsible • for any loss of data. Disposal of your old product 2.2 Your product is designed and manufactured • with high quality materials and components, that can be recycled and re-used. When this crossed-out wheeled bin • symbol is attached to a product, it indicates that the product is covered by the European Directive 2002/96/ EC. Please become informed about the local • separate collection system for electrical and electronic products. Please act according to your local rules and • do not dispose of old products with your normal household waste. The correct disposal of old products will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health. Batteries (including built-in rechargeable • batteries) contain substances that may pollute the environment. All batteries should be disposed of at an official collection point. Technical support and warranty 2.3 This Philips product was designed and manufactured to the highest quality standards. If your Philips product is not working correctly or is defective, contact your supplying Philips Speech Processing dealer who will provide you with the necessary information on how to proceed. If you have questions that your dealer cannot answer or any other related question, visit www.philips.com/support to contact us. No components are user-serviceable. Do not open or remove covers and do not insert objects not suitable for the specific connectors. Repairs may be made only by Philips service centers and official repair facilities. Failure to do so will void any warranty, stated or implied. Any operation expressly prohibited in this manual, any adjustments, or assembly procedures not recommended or authorized in this manual will void the warranty. D o w n l o a d e d f r o m w w w . v a n d e n b o r r e . b e
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6 User manual Get started 3 Overview – controls and connections 3.1 Interview microphone 1 Remote control REC (Record) button 2 Index mark button 3 EOL (end-of-letter) button 4 Pocket Memo digital recorder Built-in microphone 5 Status LED 6 EOL (end-of-letter) button 7 REC (Record) button 8 REW (Rewind) button 9 FWD (Forward) button 10 Menu button 11 On/off switch 12 Microphone socket 13 Headphone / remote control socket 14 Display 15 Smart buttons 16 Index mark button 17 Volume control, plus/minus 18 and menu navigation buttons Speaker 19 Memory card slot 20 Battery compartment 21 Docking station connection 22 slot Power supply connection 23 slot USB connection slot 24 REMOTE CONTROL 24 21 20 5 6 7 2 3 4 1 8 9 10 12 11 15 16 18 17 19 13 14 22 25 26 27 30 29 28 23 D o w n l o a d e d f r o m w w w . v a n d e n b o r r e . b e
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7 User manual E N G LISH Current function of the left smart button 1 File name 2 Recording / playback time 3 Position bar 4 Current position in the recording 5 Left level meter 6 Recording number 7 Battery level indicator 8 Recording mode 9 Memory card is write-protected (locked) 10 Overview – display indicators and symbols 3.2 Voice-activated recording in progress 11 Remaining recording time 12 Recording is marked priority 13 Recording is marked finished (EOL) and 14 locked Right level meter 15 Recording contains index mark 16 Sensitivity level for voice-activated recording 17 Current function of the right smart button 18 Docking station Docking slot for the 25 Pocket Memo Charge indicator LED 26 Download indicator LED 27 PLAY NEW 9:23 DPM 0955.MP3 HQ -27h10m #1 8 1 13 2 6 4 5 7 14 17 15 18 9 10 11 12 3 16 Power supply socket 28 Mini-USB socket for connection to the PC 29 Meeting microphone 30 D o w n l o a d e d f r o m w w w . v a n d e n b o r r e . b e
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8 User manual Install the batteries 3.3 The digital recorder can be operated with the two rechargeable AAA batteries delivered with the product. Standard (non-rechargeable) AAA alkaline batteries may also be used. The on/off switch of the digital recorder 1 must be in the OFF position. Open the battery compartment on the 2 back side of the digital recorder by sliding it outwards then folding it up. Insert the two AAA batteries. The correct 3 polarity is indicated on the inside of the battery compartment cover. 1 2 2 1 Close the battery compartment by folding 4 it back and sliding the battery compartment cover inside until it clicks. D Note Do not mix battery types! Use two rechargeable batteries or two non-rechargeable alkaline batteries. Recharge the batteries 3.4 The digital recorder can be operated with the rechargeable Philips AAA batteries. To recharge these batteries, use the Philips power supply, the Docking Station or the USB cable. Recharge the batteries using the 3.4.1 Philips power supply Connect the Philips power supply to the 1 main power supply. Connect the digital recorder to the Philips 2 power supply. D Note It is okay to continue using the digital recorder during recharge. The batteries will be recharged while you work, and will continue recharging even when the digital recorder is turned off. 3.4.2 Recharge the batteries through the USB cable When the digital recorder is connected to a PC or notebook computer with the supplied USB cable, the rechargeable batteries are automatically recharged. If the USB port on the computer is high powered, a complete recharge cycle takes about 2.5 hours. The digital recorder switches into PC Download mode and works like a loudspeaker and microphone for the connected PC. To continue recording on the digital recorder during USB charging, change the USB mode to USB supply by D o w n l o a d e d f r o m w w w . v a n d e n b o r r e . b e
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9 User manual E N G LISH D Note When the digital recorder is connected to the docking station, it is powered by the docking station and not by the batteries. If the digital recorder is operated with rechargeable batteries, the batteries are automatically recharged while the digital recorder is connected to the docking station. 3.5 Insert and eject the memory card The digital recorder operates with an SD (Secure Digital) memory card and supports SDHC cards with storage capacities of up to 32 GB. Your digital recorder is packaged with a memory card already inserted and formatted. To eject the memory card: Locate the memory card slot on the top 1 back side of the digital recorder. Press the memory card in the digital 2 recorder until it clicks. 1 Release the memory card. It will slightly 3 emerge from the memory card slot. Simply slide it out. 1 2 pressing the REC button for three seconds while the digital recorder is connected to the PC. The digital recorder automatically switches back to PC Download Mode after being disconnected from the PC. D Note The PC must be ON when charging battery via the USB cable connection. The digital recorder may become warm during fast recharging. C Important If the USB port of the computer does not supply enough power capacity (500 mA), disable USB quick charge in the menu of the digital recorder and recharge the batteries using the power supply. Recharge the batteries through the 3.4.3 docking station Make sure that the docking station is 1 connected to the main power supply with the Philips power supply. Insert the digital recorder into the docking 2 slot of the docking station and press it down firmly until it locks. The green LED lights up, indicating that the batteries of the digital recorder are being recharged in fast recharge mode. Record with the digital recorder from the 3 docking station, or switch it off when not being used. When the green LED blinks, recharging is 4 complete and you can remove the digital recorder from the docking slot. D o w n l o a d e d f r o m w w w . v a n d e n b o r r e . b e
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10 User manual OK CANCEL Delete all ? Yes - format !!ATTENTION !! BACK ENTER Format memory Volume Font Language Delete all ? BACK ENTER Delete all ? All files will be lost ! Yes - format A B C 1 2 The digital recorder will be unable to record without a properly formatted memory card. If a new card was inserted and the formatting process was cancelled, insert another card that can be formatted or has already been formatted. D Note Formatting is not possible if the memory card is in read-only mode (locked). Activate the digital recorder 3.7 The digital recorder is turned on and off by sliding the ON/OFF switch. When using it for the first time, you will be prompted to set the language, date and time. To insert a memory card: Locate the memory card slot on the top 1 back side of the digital recorder. Slide the memory card into the slot. A small 2 illustration under the memory card slot indicates the correct orientation. 2 Push the memory card in until you hear a 3 click. D Note If the digital recorder is turned to the ON position and there is no memory card inserted, a warning screen is displayed. The memory card that is packaged with the digital recorder is already formatted and ready for use. If a memory card is inserted that is not formatted, the digital recorder will offer the option to format it. Refer to the next chapter for more information. 3.6 Format a new memory card When a new, unformatted memory card (or a memory card that was formatted with a non- digital recorder device) is inserted, the digital recorder will display a prompt to format the memory card. A To confirm and start the formatting process, 1 press the OK smart button 1 . To cancel the formatting process, remove 2 the memory card or press the CANCEL smart button 2 . D o w n l o a d e d f r o m w w w . v a n d e n b o r r e . b e
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11 User manual E N G LISH 3.7.1 Set the language When using the digital recorder for the first time, you will be prompted to set the language. Press the 1 + or – button 1 on the digital recorder to select a language. Press the 2 OK smart button 2 to confirm your selection. The selected language will be displayed. D Note It is possible to change the language later using the menu. See Setting the language on page 24 for more information. EXIT OK LANGUAGE LANGUE SPRACHE IDIOMA INT FR DE ES - / + EXIT OK LANGUAGE LANGUE SPRACHE IDIOMA INT FR DE ES - / + 2 1 3.7.2 Set the date and time After selecting the user interface language, the digital recorder will prompt you to set the current date and time. Press the 1 + or – button 1 repeatedly to change the value for the year, month or day. Press the 2 → smart button 2 to advance the arrow (↑) to the next entry. After setting the day, press the 3 → smart button 2 to advance the settings to the correct time. Press the 4 + or – button 1 to select a 12- hour or 24-hour clock, AM or PM (if a 12- hour clock is selected), and to change the value of the hour and minute settings. Press the 5 → smart button 2 to confirm the date and time. The digital recorder is now ready to function. OK  DATE: 2007-10-01 12/24: TIME: 24 14:22   OK  DATE: 2007-10-01 12/24: TIME: 24 14:22   2 1 3 D Note If a mistake is made in the date/time settings, use the ← smart button 3 any time during the procedure to step back to make corrections. It is also possible to change the date and time later using the menu. See Setting date and time on page 25 for more information. Power-save mode 3.8 After 60 minutes of inactivity, the digital recorder automatically goes into power-save mode and the LCD screen will display the date and time. Press any button to reactivate it. If the digital recorder is not used for more than two hours, it turns off completely. Turn the unit on by moving the On/Off switch to the OFF position and then back to the ON position. D o w n l o a d e d f r o m w w w . v a n d e n b o r r e . b e
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12 User manual 1 5 m / 16.5 ft. 2.5 m / 8 ft. 2 m / 6.5 ft. 2 E Tip For large conferences, the operating range can be extended by joining together and connecting three microphones on each of the two microphone sockets of the Y adapter. 3 4 5 3 Using your meeting 4 recorder Before recording 4.1 The digital recorder has a built-in monaural microphone that is used for recording when no external microphone is connected. To enhance sound quality and cover a wider range during recording, use the meeting microphones (for meeting recording) or the click-on interview microphone (for interviews). D Note When an external microphone is connected to the digital recorder, the built-in microphone is disabled. Meeting recording: connect and 4.1.1 position the meeting microphones Make sure that the recorder is stopped. 1 Connect the plug of Y adapter to the 2 microphone socket of the digital recorder. Connect the plug of each microphone to 3 one socket of the Y adapter. 1 For optimal recording quality, position 4 the microphones on the table so that all participants are not more that 2 meters or 6.5 feet away from the microphone. 2 D o w n l o a d e d f r o m w w w . v a n d e n b o r r e . b e
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13 User manual E N G LISH 2.5 m / 8 ft. 13 m / 42.5 ft. 2 m / 6.5 ft. 4 Connect and position up to 6 meeting microphones 6 m / 20 ft. 7 m / 23 ft. 5 2 m / 6.5 ft. Connect and position up to 6 meeting microphones Connect the remote control 4.1.2 Connect the plug of the remote control 1 to the remote control socket of the digital recorder. D Note When the remote control is connected, all buttons on the digital recorder are still usable except the REC button. Interview recording: connect the 4.1.3 click-on interview microphone Make sure that the recorder is stopped. 1 Insert the connector of click-on interview 2 microphone into the microphone socket of the digital recorder. D o w n l o a d e d f r o m w w w . v a n d e n b o r r e . b e
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14 User manual Recording 4.2 Create a new recording 4.2.1 Follow these steps to create your first recording with the Conference Recording System: A memory card must be inserted into the 1 memory card slot. See Insert and eject the memory card on page 9 for more information. Slide the On/Off switch to the 2 ON position to switch on the digital recorder. 1 Press the 3 NEW smart button 2 to create a new recording. D Note The NEW smart button is not displayed if the current recording is empty. PLAY NEW 9:23 DPM 0955.MP3 HQ -27h10m #1 PLAY NEW 9:23 DPM 0955.MP3 HQ -27h10m #1 2 1 Press the 4 REC button 3 and start speaking. The status LED 4 glows in red while recording. D Note When the remote control is connected, the REC button on the digital recorder is deactivated. The following information is displayed: a Remaining recording time b Recording mode c Current position in the recording d Recording time e File name f Recording level meter (left channel) g Recording level meter (right channel) PLAY STOP 2:34 DPM 0955.MP3 HQ -27h18m PLAY STOP 2:34 DPM 0955.MP3 HQ -27h18m EOL INDEX REMOTE CONTROL 5 b f a c d e g 3 4 To stop recording, press the 5 REC button 3 or the STOP smart button 5 . E Tips Press the • EOL button during recording to mark the present recording as finished and automatically continue recording into a new file. See Finish (lock) a recording on page 15 for more information. An index mark can be set by pressing the • INDEX button during record or playback. See Work with index marks on page 23 for more information. D o w n l o a d e d f r o m w w w . v a n d e n b o r r e . b e
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15 User manual E N G LISH 4.2.2 Add to a recording (append) Regardless of the current position in the recording, additions to a recording are always appended at the end of a file without overwriting the existing recording. Follow these steps to make additions to your recording: Press the 1 + or – button 1 while stopped to select the file to be appended. Press the 2 REC button 2 and start speaking. The recording will automatically be appended to the end of the existing recording. Press the 3 STOP smart button 3 to stop recording. PLAY STOP 2:34 DPM 0955.MP3 HQ -27h18m PLAY STOP 2:34 DPM 0955.MP3 HQ -27h18m EOL INDEX REMOTE CONTROL 3 1 2 4.2.3 Finish (lock) a recording When a recording is finished and no additional changes will be made, follow these steps to mark it as finished and protect it from being accidentally deleted: Press the 1 + or – button 1 while stopped to select the recording to be marked finished. Press the end-of-letter ( 2 EOL) button 2 to lock the file and mark it as finished. The ┱ symbol is displayed. a To assign priority status to the recording, 3 press the EOL button 2 again within half a second. The ! symbol is displayed, indicating that the file has priority status. b To make changes to the recording, press the 4 EOL button 2 again to remove the finished mark. BEGIN NEW 9:23 DPM 0955.MP3 HQ -27h10m #2 BEGIN NEW 9:23 DPM 0955.MP3 HQ -27h10m #2 EOL INDEX REMOTE CONTROL 1 2 a b E Tip Philips SpeechExec software can be configured to download finished files only from the digital recorder to the PC. C Caution Locked files are deleted when the memory card is formatted or the delete-all-dictations function is used. 4.2.4 Change the recording format The recording format determines the audio quality of your recordings and affects the number of audio files that can fit on the memory card. The digital recorder supports the following recording formats: D o w n l o a d e d f r o m w w w . v a n d e n b o r r e . b e
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16 User manual Recording mode File format Channels recorded Recording time (1 GB memory) PCM .wav 2 channels 1.5 hours XHQ .mp3 2 channels 18 hours HQ .mp3 2 channels 36 hours QP .ds2 (DSS QP) Mono 85 hours SP .dss (DSS SP) Mono 170 hours Press the 1 MENU button 1 while stopped to open the menu. Press the 2 + or – button 2 to select the Setup menu item and press the ENTER smart button. 3 Press the 3 + or – button 2 to select the Record format menu item and press the ENTER smart button 3 . Press the 4 + or – button 2 to select a recording mode. Press the 5 OK smart button 4 to save the set- ting or press the CANCEL smart button 3 to exit the menu without changing the setting. OK CANCEL Record format: PCM <PCM> XHQ <MP3> HQ <MP3> SP <DSS> QP <DS2> BACK ENTER Delete dictation Index set Author Setup Language BACK ENTER Language Record format Sound filter Voice activation HQ <DSS> A B C 2 1 3 4 D Note PCM recording mode is not available by default and must be enabled through Philips SpeechExec Dictate. See Advanced configuration on page 21 for more information. PCM recording mode requires a high speed SD card. 4.2.5 Adjust the microphone sensitivity Set the microphone sensitivity for the environment and your recording preferences. Press the 1 MENU button 1 repeatedly during recording to switch the microphone sensitivity between Low (Private), Medium (Dictate) and High (Conference). The microphone sensitivity can also be set in the setup menu: Press the 1 MENU button 1 while stopped to open the menu. Press the 2 + or – button 2 to select the Setup menu item and press the ENTER smart button 3 . Press the 3 + or – button 2 to select the Microphone menu item and press the ENTER smart button. 3 Press the 4 + or – button 2 to choose the microphone sensitivity: Low (Private), Medium (Dictate) and High (Conference). Press the 5 OK smart button 4 to save the setting or press the CANCEL smart button 3 to exit the menu without changing the setting. BACK ENTER Delete dictation Index set Author Setup Language BACK ENTER Record lamp Contrast Device beep Microphone Conference OK CANCEL Microphone: Conference Dictate Private A B C 2 1 3 4 D o w n l o a d e d f r o m w w w . v a n d e n b o r r e . b e
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17 User manual E N G LISH Set the sound filter 4.2.6 Activate the sound filter to minimize low- and high-frequency sounds and optimize voice recordings. Press the 1 MENU button 1 while stopped to open the menu. Press the 2 + or – button 2 to select the Setup menu item and press the ENTER smart button 3 . Press the 3 + or – button 2 to select the Sound filter menu item and press the ENTER smart button. 3 Press the 4 + or – button 2 to choose between Voice (sound filter active), and Music (sound filter inactive). Press the 5 OK smart button 4 to save the setting or press the CANCEL smart button 3 to exit the menu without changing the setting. BACK ENTER Delete dictation Index set Author Setup Language BACK ENTER Language Record format Sound filter Voice activation Voice OK CANCEL Sound filter: Voice Music A B C 2 1 3 4 Monitor recording 4.2.7 Headphones can be connected to the digital recorder to hear the sound being recorded and to monitor the record level. Connect the headphones to the headphone 1 socket of the digital recorder. Press the 2 + or – button during recording to adjust the sound volume. D Note The record level cannot be adjusted using the volume button. Adjust the microphone sensitivity if the record level is too low or too high by pressing the MENU button repeatedly during recording or in the setup menu. See Adjust the microphone sensitivity on page 16 for more information. When voice-activated recording is activate, the + or – button changes the record threshold level, not the volume level. D o w n l o a d e d f r o m w w w . v a n d e n b o r r e . b e
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18 User manual Playback 4.3 Press the 1 + or – button 1 while stopped to select the recording to play back. Press the 2 PLAY smart button 2 to start playback. The following information is displayed: a Current position in the dictation b Recording mode c Playback time d File name Press the 3 + or – button 1 to adjust the playback volume during playback. Press the 4 SPEED smart button 3 to adjust faster or slower file playback. Press the 5 STOP smart button 2 to stop playback. STOP SPEED 2:34 DPM 0955.MP3 HQ -27h18m STOP SPEED 2:34 DPM 0955.MP3 HQ -27h18m PLAY NEW 0:00 DPM 0955.MP3 HQ -27h18m #2 1 3 2 b a d c E Tip Press and hold the MENU button for a few seconds to access additional information about files, the device and the memory card. Overview playback functions 4.3.1 Fast rewind Press the REW button 1 briefly while stopped. Press the STOP smart button 3 to stop winding or the PLAY smart button 4 to stop winding and start playback. Fast forward Press the FWD button 2 briefly while stopped. Press the STOP smart button 3 to stop fast forward or the PLAY smart button 4 to stop fast forward and start playback. Rewind Press and hold the REW button 1 while playing or recording. Release the REW but- ton to stop winding. Cue Press and hold the FWD button 2 while playing. Release the FWD button to cue- play. Auto- backspace Press the REW 1 button briefly while playing or recording to recap the last second. PLAY NEW 5:16 DPM 0955.MP3 HQ -27h10m PLAY NEW 5:16 DPM 0955.MP3 HQ -27h10m 2 3 4 1 D o w n l o a d e d f r o m w w w . v a n d e n b o r r e . b e
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19 User manual E N G LISH Noise reduction 4.3.2 The noise reduction function reduces interfering background noise and improves sound quality during playback. Press the 1 MENU button 1 while stopped to open the menu. Press the 2 + or – button 2 to select the Setup menu item and press the ENTER smart button 3 . Press the 3 + or – button 2 to select the Noise reduction menu item and press the ENTER smart button 3 . Press the 4 + or – button 2 to choose between On and Off. Press the 5 OK smart button 4 to save the setting or press the CANCEL smart button 3 to exit the sub-menu without changing the setting. BACK ENTER Delete dictation Index set Author Setup Language BACK ENTER Contrast Device beep Microphone Noise reduction On OK CANCEL Noise reduction: On Off A B C 2 1 3 4 Delete 4.4 D Note Before deleting a file, make sure that it is not marked finished and that the memory card is not set to read-only (locked). If the file is marked finished, unlock it by pressing the EOL button once. 4.4.1 Delete a file Follow these steps to delete a file entirely: Press the 1 + or – button 1 while stopped to select the file to be deleted. Press the 2 MENU button 2 to open the menu. Press the 3 + or – button 1 to select the Delete dictation menu item and press the ENTER smart button 3 . Press the 4 OK smart button 4 to delete the file permanently. Press the CANCEL smart button 3 to cancel the operation and leave the recording intact. OK CANCEL Delete dictation: Delete ? !!ATTENTION !! BACK ENTER Delete dictation Index set Author Setup Delete ? OK CANCEL Delete dictation: Delete ? !! ATTENTION !! A B 1 2 3 4 D o w n l o a d e d f r o m w w w . v a n d e n b o r r e . b e
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20 User manual 4.4.2 Delete part of a recording Follow these steps to delete a section from a recording: Navigate to the beginning of the section to 1 be deleted by playback or forward/rewind. Press the 2 MENU button 1 while stopped to open the menu. Press the 3 + or – button 2 to select the Delete section menu item and press the OK smart button 3 . Press the 4 MARK 1 smart button 4 . A cross symbol appears on the screen. CANCEL MARK 1 2:15 DPM 0955.MP3 HQ -27h18m #2 OK CANCEL Author Setup USB mode Delete section CANCEL MARK 1 2:15 DPM 0955.MP3 HQ -27h18m #2 A B 2 1 4 3 Find the second mark position by playback 5 or forward / rewind and press the MARK 2 smart button 5 . The second cross appears. Press the 6 DELETE smart button 5 and the OK smart button 6 to confirm the deletion of the marked section, or press the CANCEL smart button 5 to exit without deleting. PLAY MARK 2 3:38 DPM 0955.MP3 HQ -27h18m #2 CANCEL DELETE 3:38 DPM 0955.MP3 HQ -27h18m #2 OK CANCEL 3:38 Delete? HQ -27h18m #2 A B C 6 5 4.4.3 Delete all dictations C Caution Files marked finished (EOL) are deleted when the delete-all-dictations function is used. Follow these steps to delete all recordings: Press the 1 MENU button 1 while stopped to open the menu. Press the 2 + or – button 2 to select the Setup menu item and press the ENTER smart button 3 . Press the 3 + or – button 2 to select the Delete dictations menu item and press the ENTER smart button 3 . Press the 4 ENTER smart button 3 and the OK smart button 4 to confirm the deletion, or press the CANCEL smart button 3 to exit without deleting. OK CANCEL Delete all ? Yes - delete !!ATTENTION !! BACK ENTER Noise reduction Date & time USB quick charge Delete dictations Delete all ? BACK ENTER Delete dictation Index set Author Setup Language A B C 2 1 3 4 D o w n l o a d e d f r o m w w w . v a n d e n b o r r e . b e
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21 User manual E N G LISH Use more of your meeting 5 recorder Use Philips SpeechExec software 5.1 Philips SpeechExec software can be used for advanced configuration of the digital recorder and automatic download, conversion and routing of dictation files. D Note For detailed information about SpeechExec software, refer to the SpeechExec quick reference guide. 5.1.1 Advanced configuration The digital recorder Configuration Wizard is part of the Philips SpeechExec Dictate software and guides users through the device configurations and settings of their digital recorder. The wizard assists users in configuring the time format, sound feedback, voice-activated recording, display appearance (standard or advanced display mode), the recording format, microphone sensitivity, author names, and file download to the PC. Connect the digital recorder to the PC 1 using a USB cable. Start 2 Philips SpeechExec Dictate software. Click 3 Settings > General settings on the menu bar of SpeechExec to open the settings menu and select DPM/DT Configuration > DPM Wizard from the list on the left side. Click the 4 Start Wizard… button to open the wizard. Follow the on-screen instructions to customize the digital recorder. Click the 5 Finish button to close the wizard and confirm the transfer of the new settings to the digital recorder. D Note When the digital recorder is connected to the PC for the first time, Windows detects the new hardware and automatically installs the required drivers. When the installation is complete, Windows may prompt you to restart the PC. Download recordings to the PC 5.1.2 With USB mass storage support, the digital recorder is automatically displayed as an external drive when it is connected to the computer. It can then be accessed easily with any Microsoft Windows program as a regular drive. Use Philips SpeechExec software for automatic download, conversion and routing of files. D o w n l o a d e d f r o m w w w . v a n d e n b o r r e . b e
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22 User manual Make a recording with the digital recorder. 1 Start 2 Philips SpeechExec Dictate software. Connect the digital recorder to the PC 3 using the USB cable or the USB docking station. By default, the recordings on the digital 4 recorder will be downloaded automatically to the PC and moved to the Finished dictations folder of the work list. D Note How and which files are downloaded after a digital recorder is connected can be configured in the settings menu of SpeechExec or with the Configuration Wizard. 5.2 Use voice-activated recording Voice-activated recording is a convenience feature for hands-free recording. When voice activated recording is enabled, recording will start when you begin speaking. When you stop speaking, the digital recorder will automatically pause recording after three seconds of silence, and resume only when you begin speaking again. Press the 1 MENU button 1 while stopped to open the menu. Press the 2 + or – button 2 to select the Setup menu item and press the ENTER smart button 3 . Press the 3 + or – button 2 to select the Voice activation menu item and press the ENTER smart button 3 . Press the 4 + or – button 2 to choose Off or On. Press the 5 OK smart button 4 to save the setting or press the CANCEL smart button 3 to exit the sub-menu without changing the setting. BACK ENTER Language Record format Sound filter Voice activation Off OK CANCEL Voice activation: Off On BACK ENTER Delete dictation Index set Author Setup Language A B C 2 1 3 4 Press the 6 REC button 5 and start speaking. The status LED 6 glows in red while recording. When the sound level is below the threshold sound level a , recording pauses after three seconds and the status LED flashes. Press the 7 + or – button 7 to adjust the threshold sound level a while recording. Press the 8 STOP smart 8 button to stop recording. PLAY STOP 2:34 DPM 0955.MP3 HQ -27h18m PLAY STOP 2:34 DPM 0955.MP3 HQ -27h18m 8 7 5 a 6 D o w n l o a d e d f r o m w w w . v a n d e n b o r r e . b e
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23 User manual E N G LISH 5.3 Work with index marks Index marks can be used to mark certain points in a recording as points of reference. A point of reference may be the beginning of a major section, or a part of the recording that you may want to revise later or access quickly. Insert an index mark 5.3.1 Press the 1 INDEX button 1 during recording or playback to insert an index mark a . The index number is displayed for two seconds. STOP SPEED INDEX 1 DPM 0955.MP3 HQ -27h18m STOP SPEED INDEX 1 DPM 0955.MP3 HQ -27h18m EOL INDEX REMOTE CONTROL a 1 Delete an index mark 5.3.2 Play back, fast forward or fast rewind to the 1 index mark to be deleted a . Press the 2 INDEX button 1 while stopped to delete the index mark. PLAY NEW 2:34 DPM 0955.MP3 HQ -27h18m #2 PLAY NEW 2:34 DPM 0955.MP3 HQ -27h18m #2 EOL INDEX REMOTE CONTROL a 1 5.3.3 Delete all index marks Press the 1 MENU button 1 while stopped to open the menu. Press the 2 + or – button 2 to select the Delete indices menu item and press the ENTER smart button 3 . Press the 3 ENTER smart button 3 and the OK smart button 4 to confirm the deletion, or press the CANCEL smart button 3 to exit without deleting. BACK ENTER Delete all ? All indices will be lost ! Yes - delete OK CANCEL Delete all ? Yes - delete !!ATTENTION !! BACK ENTER Author Setup USB mode Delete indices Delete all ? A B C 2 1 3 4 D Note The Delete Indices menu item is available only if the current dictation has at least one index mark. D o w n l o a d e d f r o m w w w . v a n d e n b o r r e . b e
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24 User manual 5.4 Assign an author’s name A keyword, such as the author’s name can be assigned to every recording. The keyword can be used to identify recordings and automatic file routing in Philips SpeechExec software. D Note Author names must first be set up with Philips SpeechExec software. See Advanced configuration on page 21 for more information. By default, the keyword category AUTHOR with the keywords ‘DPM 955’ and ‘- - -’ (empty) is available on the digital recorder. To assign an author’s name to a recording: Press the 1 MENU button 1 while stopped to open the menu. Press the 2 + or – button 2 to select the Author menu item. Press the 3 ENTER smart button 3 to display the list of names. Press the 4 + or − button 2 to select a name. Press the 5 OK smart button 4 to confirm or the CANCEL smart button 3 to exit without assigning a name. OK CANCEL Author: DPM 955 − − − BACK ENTER Delete dictation Index set Author Setup DPM 955 OK CANCEL Author: DPM 955 − − − A B 2 1 3 4 Display and sound functions 5.5 5.5.1 Setting the language When using it for the first time, you will be prompted to set the language of the user interface. If the language is not correct follow these steps to change it: Press the 1 MENU button 1 while stopped to open the menu. Press the 2 + or – button 2 to select the Setup menu item and press the ENTER smart button 3 . Press the 3 + or – button 2 to select the Language menu item and press the ENTER smart button 3 . Press the 4 + or – button 2 to select a language. Press the 5 OK smart button 4 to save the setting or press the CANCEL smart button 3 to exit the sub-menu without changing the setting. BACK ENTER Delete dictation Index set Author Setup Language BACK ENTER Language Record format Sound filter Voice activation English OK CANCEL Language: English Français Deutsch Español A B C 2 1 3 4 D o w n l o a d e d f r o m w w w . v a n d e n b o r r e . b e
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25 User manual E N G LISH 5.5.2 Setting date and time When using it for the first time, you will be prompted to set the date and times. If the settings are not correct follow these steps to set them: Press the 1 MENU button 1 while stopped to open the menu. Press the 2 + or – button 2 to select the Setup menu item and press the ENTER smart button 3 . Press the 3 + or – button 2 to select the Date & time menu item and press the ENTER smart button 3 . Press the 4 + or – button 2 repeatedly to change the value for the year, month or day. Press the 5 → smart button 3 to advance the arrow (↑) to the next entry. After setting the day, press the 6 → smart button 3 to advance the settings to the correct time. Press the 7 + or – button 2 to select a 12-hour or 24-hour clock, AM or PM (if a 12-hour clock is selected), and to change the value of the hour and minute settings. Press the 8 → smart button 3 to confirm the date and time. BACK ENTER Delete dictation Index set Author Setup Language BACK ENTER Record format Microphone Noise reduction Date & time OK  DATE: 2007-10-01 12/24: TIME: 24 14:22   A B C 2 1 3 4 D Note If a mistake is made in the date/time settings, use the ← smart button 4 any time during the procedure to step back to make corrections. 5.5.3 Backlight The display of the digital recorder is by default backlit for eight seconds when a button is pressed. Press the 1 MENU button 1 while stopped to open the menu. Press the 2 + or – button 2 to select the Setup menu item and press the ENTER smart button 3 . Press the 3 + or – button 2 to select the Backlight menu item and press the ENTER smart button 3 . Press the 4 + or – button 2 to choose between 8 seconds, 20 seconds and Off. Press the 5 OK smart button 4 to save the setting or press the CANCEL smart button 3 to exit the sub-menu without changing the setting. BACK ENTER Delete dictation Index set Author Setup Language BACK ENTER Record format Sound filter Voice activation Backlight 8 sec on OK CANCEL Backlight: 8 sec on 20 sec on Off A B C 2 1 3 4 D o w n l o a d e d f r o m w w w . v a n d e n b o r r e . b e
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26 User manual 5.5.4 Record lamp When enabled, the status LED/record lamp glows red during recording. Press the 1 MENU button 1 while stopped to open the menu. Press the 2 + or – button 2 to select the Setup menu item and press the ENTER smart button 3 . Press the 3 + or – button 2 to select the Record lamp menu item and press the ENTER smart button 3 . Press the 4 + or – button 2 to choose between On and Off. Press the 5 OK smart button 4 to save the setting or press the CANCEL smart button 3 to exit the sub-menu without changing the setting. BACK ENTER Delete dictation Index set Author Setup Language BACK ENTER Sound filter Voice activation Backlight Record lamp On OK CANCEL Record lamp: On Off A B C 2 1 3 4 5.5.5 LCD contrast The contrast of the LCD screen can be adjusted for the level of light in your environment and your viewing preferences. Press the 1 MENU button 1 while stopped to open the menu. Press the 2 + or – button 2 to select the Setup menu item and press the ENTER smart button 3 . Press the 3 + or – button 2 to select the Contrast menu item and press the ENTER smart button 3 . Press the 4 + or – button 2 to adjust the contrast. Press the 5 OK smart button 4 to save the set- ting or press the CANCEL smart button 3 to exit the sub-menu without changing the setting. BACK ENTER Delete dictation Index set Author Setup Language BACK ENTER Voice activation Backlight Record lamp Contrast OK CANCEL Contrast MIN MAX + − A B C 2 1 3 4 D o w n l o a d e d f r o m w w w . v a n d e n b o r r e . b e
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27 User manual E N G LISH 5.5.6 Device beep The digital recorder is by default set to give sound feedback (beeps) when: the end of the file is reached during playback • an index mark is hit during fast forward or • fast rewind the battery level drops below 10% • available memory drops below two minutes • a command cannot be carried out • Press the 1 MENU button 1 while stopped to open the menu. Press the 2 + or – button 2 to select the Setup menu item and press the ENTER smart button 3 . Press the 3 + or – button 2 to select the Device beep menu item and press the ENTER smart button 3 . Press the 4 + or – button 2 to choose between On and Off. Press the 5 OK smart button 4 to save the setting or press the CANCEL smart button 3 to exit the sub-menu without changing the setting. BACK ENTER Delete dictation Index set Author Setup Language BACK ENTER Backlight Record lamp Contrast Device beep On OK CANCEL Device beep: On Off A B C 2 1 3 4 Menu list 5.6     MAIN MENU     SETUP MENU RECORD FORMAT (see 4.2.4 page 15) Press the MENU button AUTHOR (KEYWORD) (see 5.4 page 24)   DELETE SECTION (see 4.4.2 page 20)   DELETE DICTATION (see 4.4.1 page 19)   DELETE ALL INDICES (see 5.3.3 page 23) USB MODE (see 3.4.2 page 8)   PRIORITY HIGH/NORMAL (see 4.2.3 page 15)       INDEX SET / CLEAR (see 5.3 page 23)   LANGUAGE (see 5.5.1 page 24) VOICE ACTIVATION (see 5.2 page 22)     BACKLIGHT (OFF / 8 s / 20 s) (see 5.5.3 page 25) LCD CONTRAST (see 5.5.5 page 26)   RECORD LAMP ON / OFF (see 5.5.4 page 26)     DEVICE BEEP ON / OFF (see 5.5.6 page 27) DATE & TIME (see 5.5.2 page 25)   MICROPHONE SENSITIVITY (see 4.2.5 page 16)   DELETE ALL DICTATIONS (see 4.4.3 page 20) PLAYBACK VOLUME   FORMAT MEMORY (see 3.6 page 10)     DEVICE FONT (MODERN / CLASSIC)       SOUND FILTER (VOICE/MUSIC) (see 4.2.6 page 17) NOISE REDUCTION ON/OFF (see 4.3.2 page 19)   USB QUICK CHARGE ON / OFF (see 3.4.2 page 8)   SETUP   RECORD NOTIFICATION ON / OFF   D o w n l o a d e d f r o m w w w . v a n d e n b o r r e . b e
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28 User manual D Note Some settings, such as defining author names or switching to simple display mode, are available only through Philips SpeechExec Dictate. See Advanced configuration on page 21 for more information. Disclaimer and Notices Philips performs extensive testing with the most popular configurations. However, since PC add- ons and device drivers are updated continually, conflict-free operation cannot be guaranteed. D o w n l o a d e d f r o m w w w . v a n d e n b o r r e . b e
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Technical data Pocket Memo digital recorder Connectivity Docking connector: • 8-pin female USB: • Mini USB 2.0 female DC in: • 6 V Microphone: • 3.5 mm, impedance 2 kΩ Headphone: • 3.5 mm, impedance 8 Ω or more Memory card: • Secure Digital (SD/SDHC) Display Type: • TFT-Transreflective Diagonal screen size: • 1.71 in. / 44 mm Resolution: • 128 × 128 pixels Backlight color: • white Speaker Built-in • : 30 mm round dynamic speaker Output power: • 200 mW Memory type Secure Digital (SD/SDHC) up • to 32 GB Recording specifications Recording formats: • MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3) • Digital Speech Standard / • Quality Play (DSS QP) Digital Speech Standard / • Standard Play (DSS SP), PCM (Puls-Code Modulation) • Recording modes: • XHQ (.mp3/two channels) • HQ (.mp3/two channels) • DSS QP (.ds2/mono) • DSS SP (.dss/mono) • PCM (.wav/two channels) • Recording time (with 2GB card): • XHQ: 36 hours • HQ: 72 hours • DSS QP: 170 hours • DSS SP: 340 hours • PCM: 3.1 hours • Sampling frequency: • XHQ: 128 kbit/s • HQ: 64 kbit/s • DSS QP: 27 kbit/s • DSS SP: 13.5 kbit/s • PCM: 1.4 Mbit/s • Compression rate: • XHQ: 44.1 kHz • HQ: 32 kHz • DSS QP: 16 kHz • DSS SP 12 kHz • PCM: 44.1 kHz • Frequency response (Voice filter • mode / Music filter mode): XHQ: 300 – 8,000 Hz / • 50 – 20,000 Hz HQ: 300 – 8,000 Hz / • 50 – 15,500 Hz DSS QP: 300 – 7,000 Hz / – • DSS SP: 300 – 5,700 Hz / – • PCM: 300 – 8,000 Hz / • 50 – 20,000 Hz Power Battery type: • two AAA batteries (LR03 or R03) or two Philips AAA Ni-MH rechargeable batteries (LFH9154) Battery life (DSS SP mode): • 23 hours with Philips Ni-MH • rechargeable battery 20 hours with Philips alkaline • battery Charging time (full charge): • USB fast charging or power supply: 2.5 hours Dimensions Product dimensions (WxDxH): • 50x17x116 mm/2.0x0.7x4.6 in. Weight: • 106 g / 3.7 oz, including two Philips AAA batteries D o w n l o a d e d f r o m w w w . v a n d e n b o r r e . b e
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Meeting microphone LFH9172 Specifications Design: • Boundary layer microphone Type: • Electret condenser microphone Output impedance: • approx. 2.2 kOhm @ 1 kHz Sensitivity: • -38 dBV Frequency response: • 30 Hz – 18 kHz Phantom supply voltage: • 1.5 to 5 V/ 0.5mA Connectivity Audio plug: • 3.5mm Audio jack (for cascading): • 3.5 mm Dimensions Product dimensions (WxDxH): • 130×130×18 mm/5.1×5.1×0.7" Net weight: • 108 g / 3.8 oz Interview microphone Specifications Electret condenser microphone • Output impedance: • approx. 2.2 kOhm @ 1 kHz Sensitivity: • -42 dBV Frequency response: • 40 Hz – 18 kHz Phantom supply voltage: • 1.5 to 5 V/ 0.5mA per channel Audio plug: • 3.5mm Dimensions Product dimensions (WxDxH): • 45 × 17 × 39 mm/1.8 × 0.7 × 1.5" Net weight: • 11 g / 0.4 oz USB dock Connectivity Docking connector: • 8-pin male PC connector: • Mini-USB female DC in: • 6 V Power Power supply: • 6 V DC / 850 mA Power consumption: • 800 mA max. Dimensions Product dimensions (WxDxH): • 78 × 78 × 35 mm/3.1 × 3.1 × 1.4" Net weight: • 135 g / 4.8 oz SpeechExec Pro Dictate PC requirements Operating system: • Windows 7 (32/64 bit) / Vista (32/64 bit) / XP (32 bit) Hardware: • Pentium III, 500 MHz (Pentium IV or similar, 1 GHz recommended), 512 MB RAM (1 GB recommended) Hard disk space: • 100 MB for SpeechExec software, 250 MB for Microsoft .NET Framework Windows-compatible sound • device Free USB port • DVD-ROM drive • Green specifications Compliant to 2002/95/EC (RoHS) • Lead-free soldered product • Operation conditions Temperature: • 5° – 45° C / 41° – 113° F Humidity: • 10 % – 90 % Package contents Pocket Memo digital recorder • 4 meeting microphones • Click-on interview microphone • Remote control • Docking station • SpeechExec Dictate software • Power supply LFH9146 • Philips Secure Digital (SD) • memory card Philips rechargeable AAA • Batteries LFH9154 Interchangeable primary power • adapters Mini USB cable, Y adapter cable • Metal carry case • User manual, Quick start guide • Accessories (optional) Transcription set LFH7277 • Meeting microphone LFH9172 • Philips Secure Digital (SD) • memory card D o w n l o a d e d f r o m w w w . v a n d e n b o r r e . b e
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Federal Communications Commission Notice This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. • Increase the separation between the equipment • and the receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a • circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio or • television technician for help. Modifications The FCC requires the user to be notified that any changes or modifications made to this device that are not expressly approved by Philips may void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. Cables Connections to this device must be made with shielded cables with metallic RFI/EMI connector hoods to maintain compliance with FCC rules and regulations. Canadian notice This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations. Avis Canadien Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada. Declaration of Conformity Model number: LFH0955 Trade name: Philips Pocket Memo meeting recorder Responsible party: Philips Speech Processing Address: 66 Perimeter Center East, Atlanta, GA 30346, USA Telephone number:888-260-6261 Website: www.philips.com/dictation Tested to comply with FCC standards f LFH0955 FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1) This device may not cause harmful interference. 2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. CE Declaration of Conformity Philips confirms that the product corresponds to the relevant guidelines of the European Union. D o w n l o a d e d f r o m w w w . v a n d e n b o r r e . b e
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Specifications are subject to change without notice. Trademarks are the property of Royal Philips or their respective owners. © 2010 Royal Philips Electronics. All rights reserved. Document version 3.0, 2010/10/12. 5103 109 9692.3 D o w n l o a d e d f r o m w w w . v a n d e n b o r r e . b e
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