Question about Philips Speechmike Pro Plus 5272
I m using Philips Speechmike Classic Plus 5272 for dictation and my API is from dragon. When i press record it does not blink the light and when i track down the message it provide "Play Released" insted of "Record Pressed" this is having problem with some XP machine and rest are working fine. the machine is not working is having XP professional SP2. If anyone can help on this?? Thanks Santanu
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Loss of words during reording
I suggest that you allow little more silent time before pressing the pause or stop. also when you start regording again let it go for a second or two and then start talking.
you may also tap the mic pefore starting speaking, performers always tap the mic pefore starting to make sure its working.
Posted on Jun 18, 2008
use the software "usb overdrive"- it lets you configure all buttons customarily. works fine! assign shortcuts from macspeech or applescripts from actions. only my magic mouse didnt scroll any more. I installed magicdriver from plentycom.jp then for my magic mouse. It's much better than the original driver anyway!
Posted on May 15, 2010
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