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Simply working smarter with Philips dictation solutions
Mobility and flexibility are critical in today's fast-moving business environments. The Philips Pocket Memo dictation recorder gives you the freedom to work when and where you need to.
Sensitivity switch for conference or close-range recording
Automatic gain control for adjustment to optimum recording level
End-of-letter index tone for indicating the start of each document and number of recordings
Professional editing via slide-switch operation
Turbo wind for fast access to any part of the tape
Visual indication with LED for showing record status and low battery
Audible end-of-tape and low battery warning tones for safe recording
Voice-activation function for hands-free recording
Transport lock for avoiding unintentional operation
Internal recharge of batteries for environment friendly use
Innovative sensitivity switch for close-range and conference recording with optimal sound quality.
The priority index tone indicates urgent documents. Your urgent jobs get transcribed first.
The end-of-letter index tone indicates the start of each document and number of recordings.
Easy and quick file editing via convenient slide-switch operation. It offers a fast response and is designed for single-handed operation.
The turbo wind function allows you to jump to any part of the tape within seconds and save you valuable time.
The status LED always shows if your battery is running low and the record status.
The warning tones for end-of-tape and low battery status ensure that no dictation is cut off.
Voice-activated recording is a convenience feature for hands-free recording. When enabled, recording will start automatically when you start speaking. Recording stops automatically after you stop speaking and restarts automatically when you start speaking again.
With the transport lock activated, your dictation recorder is protected from unintentional operation.
Help protect the environment and save your money by simply recharging the batteries of your device instead of buying new batteries (optional Philips rechargeable batteries LFH0153 required).
Headphones: 2.5 mm
Microphone: 2.5 mm
Acoustic frequency response: 400–5,000 Hz
Output power: >220 mW
Pocket Memo dictation recorder
30 minute mini cassette LFH0005
2 × AAA batteries
Product dimensions (W × D × H): 128 mm × 64 mm × 25 mm/5.0" × 2.5" × 1.0"
Weight: 120 g/4.2 oz. (without batteries)
Telephone pickup microphone LFH9162
Meeting microphone LFH9172
Clip-on microphone LFH9173
Rechargeable batteries LFH0153
Power supply LFH0142
User manual https://www.dictation.philips.com/index.php?id=3&type=0&jumpurl=fileadmin%2FProducts%2Flfh0388%2Fifu%2Flfh0388_0488_ifu_de-en-fr-sv-nl-es-it-pt.pdf&juSecure=1&locationData=3%3Att_content%3A42&juHash=fd5280a139b02fad1e99f79adc33de0f42269e3d
Converting your dictations into finished documents has never been faster
Digital dictation solutions from Philips offer a host of advantages over analog cassette-based devices and can be seamlessly integrated into your existing company workflows. The main advantages of switching over to digital dictation include:
Greater efficiency in the organisation of your work processes
Sending of dictation jobs via your PC network
Prioritisation of urgent jobs
Confidential data kept secure
Generation of job lists for your transcription team
Cassettes no longer required
Optimal sound quality
Simple and secure archiving
Option to use speech recognition technology
The advantages in detail:
Greater Efficiency in the Organization of Your Work Processes - All data are saved electronically on your PC and can be made available for processing immediately via your network. Dictations are automatically distributed, making your standard work processes quicker and highly efficient.
Prioritisation of Urgent Jobs - The transcription team can clearly see which jobs are urgent and require immediate transcription by consulting their electronic jobs list. A dictation can be easily prioritised in the jobs list with just the click of a button on the dictation device.
Sending of Dictation Jobs via Your PC Network - Dictation files can be sent directly from the creator’s PC to the transcription team – either via the LAN (office network) or e-mail – and distributed among several different typists in advance. Dictations can also be sent when you are out of the office, ensuring maximum flexibility.
Optimal Sound Quality - The quality of digital sound files is excellent for transcription, minimizing errors and allowing documents to be processed more quickly. The standard headset and foot control also mean that the transcription team can continue to use the same working process that they use for analog files to transcribe the new digital sound files.
Generation of Job Lists for Your Transcription Team - Details for all dictations are available in electronic format and displayed in a clear and simple jobs list. The jobs list displays all new and ongoing jobs for the transcription team. Information such as the date and length of dictations allow the transcription team to start and complete jobs either in chronological order or based on the amount of time available to them, thus ensuring maximum time efficiency. None of this information is available when a cassette is sent to a typist in the mail!
Simple and Secure Archiving - The digital dictation files are automatically saved in archive folders, so that you can access them at a later date. The files take up very little memory space – and you won’t have to find room on the shelves and in the filing cabinets of your office.
Option to Use Speech Recognition Technology - Our digital products are compatible with Nuance speech recognition solutions, which make it possible for you to convert your spoken words into text in seconds. The system improves with each dictation and adapts to the way you speak – for guaranteed optimal results.
Confidential Data Kept Secure - Confidential and sensitive data can be protected by encrypted passwords to prevent unauthorised access and can be saved in a folder specifically for confidential data.
Cassettes No Longer Required - With digital dictation, all information is available in electronic format and clearly set out in a simple jobs list. Electronic back-ups can be made for all digital dictations, making lost or damaged tapes a thing of the past.