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Philips dictation play back not being heard on the headphones but through the dictaphone that is docked

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This is normal. You need to disconnect the recorder or Select Settings, then Sounds and device audio properties to change the playback device.

Posted on Nov 21, 2013

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SOURCE: How do you erase dictation

While holding the 'Erase' button down, press the 'Rewind' or "Fast Forward' button. It will erase the tape while it rewinds or fast forwards.

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The most likely cause is a broken headset cable. This item fails more often than any other part of the system.

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It may seem too obvious, but make sure the volume control is turned up fully. If you do not hear a click through the loudspeaker when pressing the record button then either the 'speaker wire has broken or the 'speaker itself is dead. Parts are still available.

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SOURCE: Dictaphone use for Medical Transcription

You'll need a digital recorder (Dictaphone makes one - a Walkabout Model 5220). Transferring a recording from an analog (tape) machine to a PC requires a patch cord to hook it up to your PC, then some sort of software to record it while it's playing back.

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Hello just set the speed switch on the front bottom left to 2.4

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