Philips Voice Tracer 2700 Digital Recorder with Speech Recognition Software, 4 GBDigital Recorders
Digital recorder has 4 GB of internal memory and 1056 hours of recording time. - View Complete Details
Product Number: PSPDVT2700
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Philips Voice Tracer 2700 Digital Recorder with Speech Recognition Software, 4 GB - Record documents and notes on the move in high quality. The two built-in stereo microphones are designed to deliver clear voice recordings and reduce background noise, even in noisy environments. Back at your desk, simply connect the recorder to your computer, transfer your files and let the included software automatically turn your speech into a text file. Voice-activated recording is a convenient feature for hands-free recording. When enabled, recording will start automatically when you begin speaking. Recording pauses when you stop and resumes automatically when you begin speaking again. The large color display offers sharp images, making it easier to see and read everything at first glance.
- Outstanding audio quality.
- Automatically transcribe your dictation files.
- Voice-activation for hands-free recording.
- Easy and intuitive operation.
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Q:Does this recorder save recorderings on a CD or what? How does it work with Dragon to type the files? What about using my Mac? Exactly how does it all work to end up with a typed product???Asked on 4/11/2015 by Jude from Apache Junction, AZ
A:The Philips Digital Recorder saves recordings onto its hard drive to be exported onto a computer. The included Dragon software will transcribe recordings into a text file.Answered on 4/13/2015 by Adam from Columbus, Wisc.