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New to Digital Dictation? Read our Quick Introduction

 

Which recorder should I choose?

There are 3 types of recorders. NOTETAKER, FULL EDIT RECORDER/DICTATION MACHINE and CONFERENCE RECORDER.


Notetaker: The cheapest recorder you can purchase. Does not give you the ability to re-enter your recording to add or edit speech after playback.

Good for lectures, small meetings and general note taking.


Full edit recorder/Dictation Machine:
This recorder can rewind, play a file and if necessary insert text, record over part or the entire recording.

We recommend the following; Olympus DS5000 and Philips LFH9375 or Philips LFH9380

If you are replacing a mini, micro, steno, or standard cassette system you will most likely need a full edit recorder/dictation machine.


Conference Recorder:
The recording format is generally MP3 or WMA. We recommend the following as they all have very good microphone pickup;

Olympus ME30W with WS812 or WS813 and Philips LFH955.

 

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