Hi there, I am not familiar with these types of devices. I am wondering if this product would be suitable to use for a board meeting with 7 members in attendance?. How close to the speaker does the device need to be?
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With any type of digital device such as this, there is a motherboard involved. When the buttons arent working, in your case, the solution is that the motherboard is shot. You could try to open the device and attempt to fix it or find repair service.
Hello the way you are trying to do it is more complicated, I recommend sell your unit and upgrade to another unit that transfer audio files fast and will give you more time recording and better record quality for example this model has a software the is really easy to record in to a CD on different audio formats if you want plus you will received a Dragon® NaturallySpeaking® 9 Recorder Edition that you can change audio to text the price is really good check it if you want http://www.tvps.com/Products/Sony-ICD-SX68DR9-Digital-Voice-Recorder---Refurb__SO-P-ICD-SX68DR9.aspx Good luck
If your computer has an input on the sound card (Three holes coloured Yellow Blue & Green on lots of machines) then by purchasing a lead from Tandy or Radio Shack you can plug your cassette recorder in and record the contents to the hard drive as .wav files
You will need a mini jack lug suitable for the output on your recorder and the same for the PC
Windows has its own built in Sound Recorder software but there are better products on the market.
Unfortunately with this device the VN-2100PC it is not possible to rewind and overwrite any dictations that were done. Each time the record button is pressed and then the stop button is pressed it will create a new file. They may want to look for a DS-2300 or a DS-2400 recorder as these devices have the ability to rewind and allow you to dictate over previously recorded information in the same file. There is a button on these devices called "New" that allows you to stay within the same file until you press New to start the next audio file.
Judging from Olympus' website the device does appear to be MAC compliant as there are software downloads for the MAC system available for download. As far as voice to text goes, Olympus does not offer that option. Voice to text is done through a company called Nuance with a product called Dragon Naturally Speaking
I have found conflicting information on this recorder. According to product specs on Amazon.comUK This recorder has no computer connection.
If this product description is wrong you should see a USB connection somewhere on the recorder. Just connect the USB cable from recorder to your computer. If you did not receive a USB cable with your recorder you will have to buy one. You will have to determine if you need a mini or regular USB cable. Then double click on my computer. You should see the device listed there. Double click on the Sony device icon. The files on your recorder should now be showing. You should then be able to drag the files to a folder of your choosing on your computer.