Philips LFH9375/00 User manual

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POCKET MEMO
LFH9375/00
LFH9375/27
EN User manual
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ES Manual del usuario
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DEBenutzerhandbuch
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IT Manuale di istruzioni
FR Manuel de l‘utilisateur
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NLGebruikershandleiding 139
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1Important
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Your Pocket Memo
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Product highlights
2.2
What’s in the box
2.3Overview
2.3.1 Controls and connections
2.3.2 Display indicators and symbols 5
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3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.5.1
3.5.2
3.6
Get started
Install the batteries
Charge the batteries
Insert and eject the memory card
Format a new memory card
Activate the Pocket Memo
Set the language
Set the date and time
Power-save mode
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5.1
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.2
5.3
5.3.1
5.3.2
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.6.1
Use more of your Pocket Memo20
Use Philips SpeechExec software
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Advanced configuration
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Download recordings to the PC
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Use voice-activated recording
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Work with index marks
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Insert an index mark
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Delete an index mark
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Assign an author’s name
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Update the firmware
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Menu settings
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Menu list
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Technical data
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Use your Pocket Memo
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4.1Recording
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4.1.1 Create a recording
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4.1.2 Review recording
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4.1.3 Edit a recording (insert/overwrite/
append)13
4.1.4 Finish (lock) a recording
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4.1.5 Change the recording format
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4.1.6 Adjust the microphone sensitivity
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4.2Playback
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4.2.1 Overview of playback functions
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4.3
Delete a file
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Important
Philips reserves the right to change products at
any time without being obliged to adjust earlier
supplies accordingly.
The material in this manual is believed
adequate for the intended use of the system.
If the product, or its individual modules or
procedures, are used for purposes other than
those specified herein, confirmation of their
validity and suitability must be obtained.
Safety
• To avoid a short circuit, do not expose the
product to rain or water.
• Do not expose the device to excessive heat
caused by heating equipment or direct sunlight.
• Protect the cables from being pinched,
particularly at plugs and the point where they
exit from the unit.
• Back up your files. Philips is not responsible
for any loss of data.
Hearing safety
Observe the following guidelines when using
your headphones:
• Listen at reasonable volumes for reasonable
periods of time.
• Be careful not to adjust the volume higher as
your hearing adapts.
• Do not turn up the volume so high that you
can’t hear what’s around you.
• You should use caution or temporarily discontinue use in potentially hazardous situations.
• Do not use headphones while operating a
motorized vehicle, cycling, or skateboarding,
etc. It may create a traffic hazard and is illegal
in many areas.
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Important (for models supplied with
headphones):
Philips guarantees compliance with the
maximum sound power of its audio players
as determined by relevant regulatory bodies,
but only with the original model of provided
headphones. If these headphones need
replacement, we recommend that you contact
your retailer to order a Philips model identical
to that of the original.
Small children
Your device and its enhancements may contain
small parts. Keep them out of the reach of small
children.
Disposal of your old product
• Your product is designed and manufactured
with high quality materials and components
that can be recycled and re-used.
• When this crossed-out wheeled bin
symbol is attached to a product, it
indicates that the product is covered
by the European Directive 2002/96/EC.
• Become informed about your local separate
collection system for electrical and electronic
products.
• Act according to your local rules and do
not dispose of old products with normal
household waste. The correct disposal of old
products will help prevent potential negative
consequences for the environment and human
health.
• Batteries (including built-in rechargeable
batteries) contain substances that may pollute
the environment. All batteries should be
disposed of at an official collection point.
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Your Pocket Memo
Congratulations on your purchase and welcome
to Philips!
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2.2
What’s in the box
To fully benefit from the service that Philips
offers, visit our Website for support information
such as user manuals, software downloads,
warranty information and more:
www.philips.com/support.
2.1
Pocket Memo
CD-ROM containing
software and user
manual
Memory card
Rechargeable batteries
Pouch
USB cable
Product highlights
• The Pocket Memo’s asymmetrical and
ergonomic design delivers unparalleled userfriendly operation. All buttons are within the
sweep-angle of the thumb.
• Two smart buttons let you scroll through
menu options and quickly make selections.
• A large graphical display lets you view all file
information, such as keywords (author name),
length of dictation, position within the file,
and other vital information at a glance. A
backlit display shows all information, even in
poor lighting conditions.
• The .dss file format is the international
standard for professional speech processing.
Offering excellent audio quality for recorded
voice, .dss files allow a high compression
rate, reduced file sizes, network traffic and
required storage capacity.
• SpeechExec Dictate is the perfect download
software to manage voice files. The intuitive
user interface makes job retrieval simple and
fast, and the job status information allows the
tracking of all the work in progress.
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For product information and support, visit
www.philips.com/dictation
POCKET MEMO
LFH9375
with SpeechExec
dictation software
EN
Quick start guide
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Kurzanleitung
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Guide de démarrage rapide
ES
Guía de inicio rápido
IT
Guida rapida di introduzione
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Snelle startgids
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Snabbstartsguide
Quick start guide
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2.3
Overview
2.3.1 Controls and connections
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Microphone socket
2 Headphone socket
3 Built-in microphone
4 Status LED
5 EOL (end-of-letter) button
6 Record button
7 REW (Rewind) button
8 FWD (Forward) button
9 On/off switch
10 Speaker
11 Display
12 Smart buttons
13 Menu button
14 +/–, menu navigation and volume control
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15 Memory
card slot
compartment
17 Docking station connection slot
18 Power supply socket
19 USB connection slot
16 Battery
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2.3.2 Display indicators and symbols
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Current function of the left smart button
File name
Recording number
Position bar
Recording / playback time
Battery level indicator
Recording format
Memory card is write-protected (locked)
Recording mode
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10 Voice-activated
recording in progress
level meter
12 Sensitivity level for voice-activated recording
13 Current position in the recording
14 Current function of the right smart button
15 Recording is marked finished (EOL) and
locked
16 Recording is marked priority
17 Recording contains index mark
11 Recording
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Get started
3.1 Install the batteries
The Pocket Memo can be operated with the
two AAA rechargeable batteries LFH9154
delivered with the product. Standard (nonrechargeable) AAA alkaline batteries may also
be used.
1 The on/off switch of the Pocket Memo must
be in the OFF position.
2 Open the battery compartment on the
back side of the Pocket Memo by sliding it
outwards then folding it up.
3 Insert the two AAA batteries. The correct
polarity is indicated on the inside of the
battery compartment cover.
4 Close the battery compartment by folding it
down and sliding the battery compartment
cover inward until it clicks.
DNote
• Do not mix battery types! Use two
rechargeable batteries (Philips LFH9154) or
two non-rechargeable alkaline batteries.
• Remove the batteries if you will not be using
the recorder for an extended period. Leaking
batteries may damage the Pocket Memo.
• If the Pocket Memo malfunctions, remove the
batteries and re‑insert them.
• Stop the recorder before replacing the
batteries. Removing the batteries while the
recorder is in use may corrupt the file.
• When the batteries are nearly empty, the
battery indicator blinks.
3.2 Charge the batteries
The Pocket Memo can be operated with Philips
rechargeable batteries LFH9154. To recharge
these batteries, use USB cable. Optionally, the
Philips Power Supply 9146 or the USB Docking
Station 9120 may also be used.
When the Pocket Memo is connected to a
PC or notebook computer with the supplied
USB cable, the rechargeable batteries are
automatically recharged. If the USB port on the
computer is high powered, a complete recharge
cycle takes about 2.5 hours.
D Note
• Batteries other than the supplied Philips
batteries LFH9154 cannot be charged.
• Fully charge the batteries before first use.
• The computer must be ON when charging
the batteries.
• The Pocket Memo may become warm during
fast recharging.
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3.3 Insert and eject the memory card
The Pocket Memo operates with a SD
(SecureDigital) memory card and supports
SDHC cards with storage capacities of up to 32
GB.
To insert a memory card:
1 Locate the memory card slot on the top
back side of the Pocket Memo.
2 Slide the memory card into the slot. A small
illustration under the memory card slot
indicates the correct orientation.
3 Push the memory card in until it clicks.
DNote
If the Pocket Memo is turned to the ON
position and there is no memory card inserted,
a warning screen is displayed.
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C Important
If the USB port of the computer does not
supply enough power capacity (500 mA), disable
the USB quick charge function in the menu of
the Pocket Memo and recharge.
3.4 Format a new memory card
When a new, unformatted memory card (or a
memory card that was formatted with a nonPocket Memo device) is inserted, the Pocket
Memo will display a prompt to format the
memory card.
1 To confirm and start the formatting process,
press the OK smart button.
Delete all:
Yes - format
!! ATTENTION !!
OK
CANCEL
2 To cancel the formatting process, remove
the memory card or press the CANCEL
smart button.
To eject the memory card:
1 Locate the memory card slot on the top
back side of the Pocket Memo.
2 Press the memory card into the Pocket
Memo until it clicks.
3 Release the memory card. It will slightly
emerge from the memory card slot. Simply
slide it out.
Delete all:
Yes - format
!! ATTENTION !!
OK
CANCEL
DNote
Formatting is not possible if the memory card is
in read-only mode (locked).
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3.5 Activate the Pocket Memo
The Pocket Memo is turned on and off by sliding
the ON/OFF switch. When using it for the first
time, you will be prompted to set the language,
date and time.
DNote
It is possible to change the language later using
the menu. See 5.6 Menu settings on page 25
for more information.
3.5.2 Set the date and time
When using the Pocket Memo for the first time,
you will be prompted to set the current date
and time.
1 Press the + or – button to change the value
for the year, month or day.
DATE:
2011-01-01
3.5.1 Set the language
When using the Pocket Memo for the first
time, you will be prompted to set the language.
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1 Press the + or – button on the Pocket
Memo to select a language.
LANGUAGE
LANGUE
SPRACHE
IDIOMA
LINGUA
INT
FR
DE
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IT
EXIT
OK
-/+
2 Press the → smart button to advance the
arrow (↑) to the next entry. After setting
the day, press the → smart button to
advance the settings to the correct time.
DATE:
2011-01-01
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2 Press the OK smart button to confirm the
selection. The selected language will be
displayed.
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LANGUAGE
LANGUE
SPRACHE
IDIOMA
LINGUA
INT
FR
DE
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EXIT
OK
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TIME:
14:22
OK
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3 Press the + or – button to select a 12-hour
or 24-hour clock, AM or PM (if a 12-hour
clock is selected), and to change the value of
the hour and minute settings.
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OK
4 Press the → smart button to confirm the
date and time.
The Pocket Memo is now ready to function.
DATE:
2011-01-01
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TIME:
14:22
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OK
DNote
If a mistake is made in setting the date/time,
use the ← smart button any time during the
procedure to step back to make corrections.
It is also possible to change the date and time
later using the menu. See 5.6 Menu settings on
page 25 for more information.
DATE:
2011-01-01
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3.6 Power-save mode
After sixty minutes of inactivity, the Pocket
Memo automatically goes into power-save mode
and the LCD screen will display the date and
time. Press any button to reactivate it.
If the Pocket Memo is not used for more than
two hours, it turns off completely. Turn the unit
on by moving the On/Off switch to the OFF
position and then back to the ON position.
DATE:
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4.1
Use your Pocket Memo
Recording
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4.1.1 Create a recording
Follow these steps to create a recording with
the Pocket Memo:
1 A memory card must be inserted into the
memory card slot. See 3.3 Insert and eject
the memory card on page 9 for more
information.
2 Slide the On/Off switch to the ON position
to switch on the Pocket Memo.
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• The status LED glows in red (in overwrite and
append mode) or green (in insert mode) while
recording.
• The following information is displayed:
a Recording format
b Recording time
c Current position in the recording
d File number
e File name
a
b
3 Press the NEW smart button to create a
new recording.
D Note
The NEW smart button is not displayed if
the current recording is empty.
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4 To start recording, press the RECORD
button and start speaking.
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5 For short pauses, press the RECORD button.
The status LED flashes.
To continue recording, press the RECORD
button again.
6 To stop recording, press the STOP smart
button.
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DNote
• For best results, speak clearly and keep
the microphone about four inches (ten
centimeters) away from your mouth.
• Set the desired voice activation function (see
5.2 Use voice-activated recording on page 21
for more information) and recording format
(see 4.1.5 Change the recording format on page
15 for more information) before starting
recording.
• The Insert recording mode is not available
when the recording format is MP3.
• Make a test recording to make sure that the
settings are correct.
• Do not remove the batteries during
recording. This may cause the recorder to
malfunction.
• If recording for a prolonged period of time,
replace the batteries before beginning.
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2 Press the + or – button to select the Record
menu item and press the ENTER smart
button to enter the submenu.
File menu
Record menu
Record format
Display menu
Device menu
BACK
ENTER
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4.1.2 Review recording
Press the REW button briefly while recording to
jump back two seconds and start playback.
Press and hold the REW button while recording
to rewind. Release the REW button to stop
winding and start playback.
3 Press the + or – button to select the Edit
mode menu item and press the ENTER smart
button to enter the submenu.
Record format
Mic sensitivity
Noise reduction
Edit mode
Insert
BACK
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STOP
4.1.3 Edit a recording (insert/overwrite/
append)
Files are recorded in overwrite mode by default.
Follow these steps to switch to insert or append
mode to make additions to a recording:
1 Press the MENU button while stopped to
open the menu.
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4 Press the + or – button to choose between
Insert, Overwrite or Append mode.
• In insert mode, additional recording can
be inserted into a previously recorded
file. The status LED glows in green while
recording and the symbol is displayed.
The Insert recording mode is not available
when the recording format is MP3.
• In overwrite mode, additional recording will
overwrite a previously recorded file. The
status LED glows in red while recording.
• In append mode, additional recording
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will always be inserted at the end of a
previously recorded file. The status LED
glows in red while recording and the
symbol is displayed.
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Edit mode:
Edit mode:
Insert
Insert
Overwrite
Append
Overwrite
OK
CANCEL
Append
OK
NEW
9 To stop recording, press the STOP smart
button.
CANCEL
5 Press the OK smart button to save the
setting or press the CANCEL smart button
to exit the sub-menu without changing the
setting.
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STOP
Edit mode:
Overwrite
⑩ Repeat from step 1 to return to overwrite
recording mode.
Append
Insert
OK
CANCEL
6 Press the + or – button to select the file to
be modified.
4.1.4 Finish (lock) a recording
When a recording is finished and no additional
changes will be made, follow these steps to
mark it as finished and protect it from being
accidentally deleted:
1 Press the + or – button while stopped to
select the recording to be marked finished.
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7 Play, forward or rewind to the position
where the modification should be made.
8 To start recording, press the RECORD
button and start speaking.
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2 Press the end-of-letter (EOL) button to lock
the file and mark it as finished.
The ┱ symbol is displayed.
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1 Press the MENU button while stopped to
open the menu.
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3 To assign priority status to the recording,
press the EOL button again within half a
second.
The ! symbol is displayed, indicating that the file
has priority status.
4 To make changes to the recording, press the
EOL button again to remove the finished
mark.
2 Press the + or – button to select the Record
menu item and press the ENTER smart
button.
File menu
E Tip
Philips SpeechExec software can be configured
to download only those files from the Pocket
Memo to the PC that are marked finished.
C Caution
Locked files are deleted when the memory card
is formatted or the delete-all-dictations function
is used.
4.1.5 Change the recording format
The recording format determines the audio
quality of recordings and affects the number of
audio files that can fit on the memory card. The
Pocket Memo supports the following recording
formats:
Recording
format
XHQ
HQ
QP
SP
File
format
.mp3
.mp3
.ds2 (DSS QP)
.dss (DSS SP)
Recording time
(1 GB memory)
18 hours
36 hours
85 hours
170 hours
Record menu
Record format
Display menu
Device menu
BACK
ENTER
2
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3 Press the + or – button to select the Record
format menu item and press the ENTER
smart button.
Record format
SP <DSS>
Mic sensitivity
Noise reduction
Edit mode
BACK
ENTER
2
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4 Press the + or – button to choose between
SP, QP, HQ and XHQ.
DNote
The Insert recording mode is not available when
the recording format is MP3.
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Record format:
SP
Record format:
SP <DSS>
QP <DS2>
HQ <MP3>
XHQ <MP3>
<DSS>
QP <DS2>
HQ <MP3>
XHQ <MP3>
OK
OK
CANCEL
PLAY
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STOP
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STOP
CANCEL
5 Press the OK smart button to save the
setting or press the CANCEL smart button
to exit the sub-menu without changing the
setting.
DNote
It is also possible to change the microphone
sensitivity using the menu. See 5.6 Menu settings
on page 25 for more information.
Record format:
SP <DSS>
QP <DS2>
HQ <MP3>
XHQ <MP3>
OK
CANCEL
4.1.6 Adjust the microphone sensitivity
Set the microphone sensitivity for the
environment and your recording preferences.
1 If the current recording is empty, press the
MIC smart button to change the microphone
sensitivity.
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2 During recording, press the MENU button to
change the microphone sensitivity.
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Playback
3 Press the + or – button to adjust the
playback volume during playback.
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1 Press the + or – button while stopped
to select the file to play and locate the
beginning of the recording.
MIN
MAX
–+
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4 Press the SPEED smart button to adjust
faster or slower file playback.
2 Press the PLAY smart button to start
playback.
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SPEED
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5 Press the STOP smart button to stop
playback.
The following information is displayed:
a Recording format
b Playback position (minutes : seconds)
c Current position in the recording
d File number
e File name
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STOP
SPEED
a
b
c
d
e
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4.2.1 Overview of playback functions
4.3
Fast
rewind
D Note
Before deleting a file, make sure that it is not
marked finished and that the memory card is not
set to read-only (locked). If the file is marked
finished, unlock it by pressing the EOL button
once.
Press the REW button 1 briefly while
stopped. Press the STOP smart button 3
to stop winding or the PLAY smart button
4 to stop winding and start playback.
Fast
Press the FWD button 2 briefly while
forward stopped. Press the STOP smart button 3
to stop fast forward or the PLAY smart
button 4 to stop fast forward and start
playback.
Rewind Press and hold the REW button 1 while
playing or recording. Release the REW button to stop winding.
Cue
Press and hold the FWD button 2 while
playing. Release the FWD button to cueplay.
AutoPress the REW 1 button briefly while
backspace playing or recording to recap the last
second.
File
Press the + button once while in the stop
selection position to skip to the end of a file. Press
the + button again to skip to the beginning
of the next file.
Press the – button once while in the stop
position to skip to the beginning of a file.
Press the – button again to skip to the end
of the previous file.
Delete a file
1 Press the + or – button while stopped to
select the file to be deleted.
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2 Press the MENU button to open the menu.
The File menu item is selected.
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3 Press the ENTER smart button to enter the
sub menu.
The Delete file menu item is selected.
File menu
Delete file
Record menu
Display menu
Device menu
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4 Press the ENTER smart button to enter the
sub menu.
Delete file
Delete ?
Priority high
Lock / EOL
Index set
BACK
ENTER
5 Press the OK smart button to delete the
file permanently. Press the CANCEL smart
button to cancel the operation and leave the
recording intact.
Delete dictation:
Delete ?
!! ATTENTION !!
OK
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Use more of your Pocket
Memo
5.1 Use Philips SpeechExec software
Philips SpeechExec software can be used for
advanced configuration of the Pocket Memo and
automatic download, conversion and routing of
dictation files.
customize the Pocket Memo.
5 Click the Finish button to close the wizard
and confirm the transfer of the new settings
to the Pocket Memo.
D Note
When the Pocket Memo is connected to the
PC for the first time, Windows detects the new
hardware and automatically installs the required
drivers. When the installation is complete,
Windows may prompt you to restart the PC.
5.1.2 Download recordings to the PC
With USB mass storage support, the Pocket
Memo is automatically displayed as an external
drive when it is connected to the computer. It
can then be accessed easily with any Microsoft
Windows program as a regular drive.
Use Philips SpeechExec software for automatic
download, conversion and routing of files.
D Note
For detailed information about SpeechExec
software, refer to the SpeechExec user manual.
5.1.1 Advanced configuration
The Pocket Memo Configuration Wizard is part
of the Philips SpeechExec Dictate software and
guides users through the device configurations
and settings of their Pocket Memo. The wizard
assists users in configuring the time format,
sound feedback, voice-activated recording,
display appearance (standard or advanced display
mode), the recording format, microphone
sensitivity, author names, and file download to
the PC.
1 Make a recording with the Pocket Memo.
2 Start Philips SpeechExec Dictate software.
3 Connect the Pocket Memo to the PC using
the USB cable or the optional USB docking
station.
4 By default, the recordings on the Pocket
Memo will be downloaded automatically to
the PC and moved to the Finished dictations
folder of the worklist.
D Note
How and which files are downloaded after a
Pocket Memo is connected can be configured
in the settings menu of SpeechExec or with the
Configuration Wizard.
1 Connect the Pocket Memo to the PC using
a USB cable.
2 Start Philips SpeechExec Dictate software.
3 Click Settings > General Settings on the menu
bar of SpeechExec to open the settings
menu and select DPM/DT Configuration > DPM
Wizard from the list on the left side.
4 Click the Start Wizard... button to open the
wizard. Follow the on-screen instructions to
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1 Press the MENU button while stopped to
open the menu.
4 Press the + or – button to choose Off or
On.
Voice activation:
Voice activation:
Off
Off
On
On
OK
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5.2 Use voice-activated recording
Voice-activated recording is a convenience
feature for hands-free recording. When voiceactivated recording is enabled, recording will
start when you begin speaking. When you stop
speaking, the Pocket Memo will automatically
pause recording after three seconds of silence,
and resume only when you begin speaking again.
OK
CANCEL
CANCEL
5 Press the OK smart button to save the
setting or press the CANCEL smart button
to exit the sub-menu without changing the
setting.
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Voice activation:
Off
On
2 Press the + or – button to select the Record
menu item and press the ENTER smart
button.
File menu
Record menu
Record format
Display menu
Device menu
BACK
ENTER
2
1
3 Press the + or – button to select the Voice
activation menu item and press the ENTER
smart button.
OK
CANCEL
6 To start recording, press the RECORD
button start speaking.
The status LED glows in red (in overwrite and
append mode) or green (in insert mode) while
recording. When the sound level drops below
the threshold sound level, recording pauses after
three seconds and the status LED flashes.
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Noise reduction
Edit mode
Line-in input
Voice activation
Off
BACK
ENTER
2
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7 Press the + or – button to adjust the
threshold sound level while recording.
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5.3 Work with index marks
Index marks can be used to mark certain points
in a recording as points of reference. A point
of reference may be the beginning of a major
section, or a part of the recording that you may
want to revise later or access quickly.
DPM9375.DSS
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STOP
5.3.1 Insert an index mark
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620
600
9375.DSS
8 To stop recording, press the STOP smart
button.
1 Play back, fast forward or fast rewind to the
position where the index mark should be set.
2 Press the MENU button while stopped to
open the menu.
The File menu item is selected.
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STOP
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3 Press the ENTER smart button to enter the
sub menu.
File menu
Delete file
Record menu
Display menu
Device menu
BACK
ENTER
4 Press the + or – button to select the Index
set menu and press the OK smart button.
Delete file
Priority high
Lock / EOL
Index set
OK
CANCEL
2
1
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1 Play back, fast forward or fast rewind to the
index mark to be deleted.
2 Press the MENU button while stopped to
open the menu.
The File menu item is selected.
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5.4 Assign an author’s name
A keyword, such as the author’s name can be
assigned to every recording. The keyword can
be used to identify recordings and automatic file
routing in Philips SpeechExec software.
D Note
Author names must first be set up with Philips
SpeechExec software. See 5.1.1 Advanced
configuration on page 20 for more information.
By default, the keyword category AUTHOR
with the keywords ‘DPM 9380’ and ‘- - -’ (empty
= default) is available on the Pocket Memo.
To assign an author’s name to a recording:
1 Press the MENU button while stopped to
open the menu.
3 Press the ENTER smart button to enter the
sub menu.
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File menu
Delete file
DPM9375.DSS
Record menu
PLAY
Display menu
NEW
Device menu
BACK
ENTER
4 Press the + or – button to select the Index
clear menu and press the OK smart button.
2 Press the + or – button to select the Device
menu item and press the ENTER smart
button.
File menu
Record menu
Delete file
Display menu
Priority high
Device menu
Lock / EOL
Beep
BACK
Index clear
OK
ENTER
2
CANCEL
2
1
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5.3.2 Delete an index mark
3 Press the + or – button to select the Author
name menu item and press the ENTER smart
button.
5.5 Update the firmware
Your Pocket Memo is controlled by an internal
program called firmware. As a part of ongoing
product maintenance, the firmware is revised
and errors are corrected.
Beep
Author name
It is possible that a newer version (an “update”)
of the firmware has been issued since you
purchased the Pocket Memo. In this case you
can easily update your recorder to the latest
version.
---
Acoustic feedback
Power save
BACK
ENTER
2
1
4 Press the + or − button to select a name.
Author name:
Author name:
DPM 9375
DPM 9375
Peter
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Peter
OK
CANCEL
--OK
CANCEL
5 Press the OK smart button to confirm or
the CANCEL smart button to exit without
assigning a name.
1 Connect the Pocket Memo to your
computer using the supplied USB cable.
2 Download the firmware update for your
Pocket Memo from www.philips.com onto
your computer.
3 Copy the new firmware file to the root
directory of the Pocket Memo.
4 Disconnecting the Pocket Memo from
the computer automatically updates the
firmware.
C Caution
• Fully charge the batteries before the firmware
update. A power failure during the firmware
writing operation may disable the recorder
• Do not remove the memory card during the
firmware update.
Author name:
DPM 9375
Peter
--OK
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CANCEL
D Note
• Please note that the firmware file must
be located in the root directory to allow
automatic updating.
• The firmware file will be deleted automatically
after the update has been carried out.
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1 Press the MENU button while stopped to
open the Pocket Memo menu.
4 Press the BACK smart button to exit the
menu.
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5.6 Menu settings
To access the Pocket Memo menu:
File menu
Record menu
Record format
Display menu
Device menu
BACK
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ENTER
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2 Press the + or – button to select the next/
previous menu item.
File menu
Record menu
Record format
Display menu
Device menu
BACK
ENTER
5 Press the + or – button to select a function.
6 Press the OK smart button to confirm a
selection or the CANCEL smart button to
exit a sub-menu without changing a setting.
D Note
• Some settings, such as defining author names
or switching to the simple display mode,
are available only through Philips SpeechExec
Dictate. See 5.1.1 Advanced configuration on
page 20 for more information.
• Press and hold the MENU button for a few
seconds to access additional information
about files, the device, and the memory card.
3 Press the ENTER smart button or the MENU
button to enter a submenu.
File menu
Record menu
Record format
Display menu
Device menu
BACK
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5.6.1 Menu list
Press the MENU button
File menu
Delete file
Delete the current file.
Priority
Assign priority status to the recording.
Lock / EOL
Mark a recording as finished (EOL/End of letter) and protect it
from being modified or deleted.
Index
Index marks can be used to mark certain points in a recording
as points of reference.
Information
Display a variety of information related to the current file.
Record menu
Record format
The recording format determines the audio quality of
recordings and affects the number of audio files that can fit on
the memory card.
Microphone sensitivity
Adjust the recording sensitivity to avoid recording background
noises and to adjust to the recording environment.Use the
Low (Private) setting when recording in a noisy environment.
Noise reduction
Reduces noise level of a recording during playback.
Edit mode
Set how to edit a previously recorded file.
Line-in input
Record from an external source via the microphone
connector.
Voice activation
When voice-activated recording is enabled, recording will
start when you begin speaking. When you stop speaking,
the recorder will automatically pause recording after three
seconds of silence, and resume only when you begin speaking
again.
Display menu
Backlight
The display remains illuminated for the time set when a button
is pressed.
Contrast
Adjust the display contrast.
Record lamp
Turn the status LED on or off.
Language
Set the display language for the recorder.
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Options
Reference
Ch. 4.3, p. 18
High, Normal
Lock, Unlock
Ch. 4.1.4, p. 14
Set, Clear
Ch. 5.3, p. 22
File number, recording
date & time, author
name, file length
SP (.dss), QP (.ds2),
Ch. 4.1.5, p. 15
HQ (.mp3), XHQ (.mp3)
Low (Private), Medium Ch. 4.1.6, p. 16
(Dictate), High
(Conference)
On, Off
Overwrite, Insert,
Append
Off, Mono, Stereo
Ch. 4.1.3, p. 13
Off, On
Ch. 5.2, p. 21
8 sec, 20 sec, Off
On, Off
Ch. 3.5.1, p. 10
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Device menu
Beep
The recorder gives sound feedback about button operations
or errors.
Author name
A keyword, such as the author’s name can be assigned
to every recording. The keyword can be used to identify
recordings and automatic file routing in Philips SpeechExec
software.
Acoustic feedback
Allows you to listen to the recording while forwarding or
rewinding.
Power save
Set the time to enter Power save mode.
Date & time
Set the date and the time.
Silent mode
When the silent mode is enabled, the background light, the
device beep and the record lamp are disabled.
Format card
Format the memory card and delete all files on the recorder.
Card info
Display a variety of information related to the memory card.
System info
Display system information, such as model number, serial
number and firmware version.
USB quick charge
When the USB quick charging is deactivated, charging the
batteries is performed at a slower speed. Disable the USB
quick charge function, if the USB port of your computer does
not supply enough power capacity (500 mA).
Reset settings
Return the menu settings to their initial state.
On, Off
Ch. 5.4, p. 23
On, Off
Ch. 4.2.1, p. 18
5 min, 10 min, 30 min, 60 Ch. 3.6, p. 11
min, Off
Ch. 3.5.2, p. 10
On, Off
Ch. 3.3, p. 9
On, Off
Ch. 3.2, p. 8
Start, Cancel
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Technical data
Connectivity
• Headphones: 3.5 mm
• Microphone: 3.5 mm
• USB: High-speed USB 2.0
• Docking connector
• Memory card slot
Display
• Type: LCD
• Diagonal screen size: 44 mm/1.7 in.
• Backlight: white
Storage media
• Exchangeable memory card
• Memory card types: Secure Digital (SD),
Secure Digital (SDHC)
• Mass storage class compliant
Audio recording
• Recording formats: Digital speech standard
(DSS), MPEG1 layer 3 (MP3)
• Built-in microphone: mono
• Recording modes: XHQ (MP3/stereo), HQ
(MP3/stereo), QP (DSS/mono), SP (DSS/
mono)
• Bit rate: 13.5, 27, 64, 128 kbps
• Recording time (2 GB card): 349 hours (SP),
170 hours (QP), 72 hours (HQ), 36 hours
(XHQ)
• Sample rate: 44.1 (XHQ), 32 kHz (HQ), 16
kHz (QP), 12 kHz (SP)
Sound
• Speaker type: built-in round dynamic speaker
• Speaker diameter: 30 mm
• Speaker output power: 200 mW
• Frequency response: 300–8,000 (XHQ),
300–8,000 (HQ), 300–7,000 (QP), 300–5,700
(SP) Hz
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Power
• Battery type: AAA/LR03 Alkaline, Philips AAA
Ni-MH LFH9154
• Number of batteries: 2
• Rechargeable: yes, via USB
• Battery lifetime: up to 23 hours in SP
recording mode
• Batteries included
System requirements
• Processor: Pentium III 1 Ghz, Pentium IV
recommended
• RAM memory: 512 MB (1 GB recommended)
• Hard disk space: 100 MB for SpeechExec,
250MB for Microsoft .NET
• Headphone output or speakers
• Operating system: Windows 7/Vista/XP
• Free USB port
• DVD-ROM drive
• Sound card
Green specifications
• Compliant to 2002/95/EC (RoHS)
• Lead-free soldered product
Accessories
• SpeechExec Dictate software
• USB cable
• Secure Digital memory card
• Pouch
• Quick start guide
• 2 × AAA batteries
Design and finishing
• Color(s): black aluminum
• Material: full metal body
User manual
Federal Communications Commission
Notice
This equipment has been tested and found
to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in
a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to
try to correct the interference by one or more
of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the
equipment and the receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on
a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio
or television technician for help.
Modifications
The FCC requires the user to be notified that
any changes or modifications made to this
device that are not expressly approved by Philips
may void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
Cables
Connections to this device must be made with
shielded cables with metallic RFI/EMI connector
hoods to maintain compliance with FCC Rules
and Regulations.
Canadian notice
This Class B digital apparatus meets all
requirements of the Canadian InterferenceCausing Equipment Regulations.
Avis Canadien
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte
toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le
matériel brouilleur du Canada.
Declaration of Conformity
Model Number:
Trade Name:
Responsible Party:
Address:
LFH9375
Philips Pocket Memo
Philips Speech Processing
64 Perimeter Center East,
Atlanta, GA 30346, USA
Telephone number: 888-260-6261
Website:www.philips.com/dictation
LFH9375
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Tested to comply with
FCC standards
FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC
Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: 1) This device may not cause harmful
interference. 2)This device must accept any
interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
CE Declaration of Conformity
Philips confirms that the product corresponds
to the relevant guidelines of the European
Union.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Trademarks are the property of Royal Philips Electronics or their respective owners.
© 2010 Royal Philips Electronics. All rights reserved.
Document version 1.0, 16/12/2010.