The QS Recorder software is designed to use any of the following accessories for desktop dictation recording:
Philips and Olympus offer excellent hand control microphones or portable digital recorders that include Record, Play, Stop/Pause, Rewind, and Fast Forward functions. These are professional-grade devices, and there are different features depending on your specific requirements. They also include several function buttons that are easily programmable within the Quikscribe Recorder digital dictation software system.
Please contact us for a custom quote of your preferred hand control microphone or portable digital recorder to use with the QS Recorder.
DESKTOP HAND CONTROL MICROPHONES
The Philips SpeechMike Classic, Pro, and Air will work on almost any PC running Windows 7 or 10.
The Philips SpeechMike and Olympus DirectRec models have a built-in sound card, providing excellent audio quality. Most PC’s and laptops already come with sound cards built-in, however often these sound cards are are built into the motherboard and as a result the audio quality is poor, and suffer from line hum and distortion. By using a Philips SpeechMike Pro or Classic, you can record great quality audio and eliminate any chance of distortion.
The built-in speaker provides the option of personal playback, so you can listen to the audio more discreetly rather than playing the audio back via the PC speakers. (SpeechMike also available with integrated bar code scanner that works with QS Recorder).
The SpeechMike and Olympus units connect to the PC using a standard USB connection
SpeechMike Classic 3210
ACOUSTIC MAGIC VOICE TRACKER ARRAY MICROPHONE
VOICE INPUT STATION
The Voice Input Station is a desktop unit with a hand control microphone. The unit provides eight programmable buttons on the desktop station, and two programmable buttons on the microphone.
The VIS plugs into the PC sound card, and also has a USB connection that is used for the function controls.
An optional telephone recorder interface is available, so you can easily switch between dictation and recording phone calls.