Digital Voice Recorders.
Digital voice recordings last longer than tape. And you can't feed a tape into a PC. You have to pick and choose carefully, however, to be sure you select a digital voice recorder that has all the capabilities your business needs. Is digital dictation all you need or do you need a digital voice recorder with transcription capabilities? Here’s a guide to digital voice recorder features to help you make the right choice.
Digital Voice Recorder Recording TimeThere are digital voice recorders that boast of over 250 hours of recording time. General recording time numbers, however, always have to be taken with a grain of salt. The higher the quality of the recording, the fewer hours of recording time will be available. Be sure to check how long you can record in high quality mode, because this is the quality of recording voice-to-print or voice recognition software will need for transcription.
Digital Voice Recorder Data StorageFor business purposes, it's handy to have a digital voice recorder that can handle more than just voice files. Digital voice recorders with USB mass storage class support can store other types of files, such as documents and images, as well as audio. Another aspect of data storage to look for is the ability to organize your files. For file management purposes, be sure that the digital voice recorder will store voice data in a minimum of three separate folders.
Digital Voice Recorder Recording FeaturesLook for a digital recorder transcriber with a full range of features to make managing your recording tasks easier. Does the digital recorder have voice activation, for instance, which stops recording automatically whenever there's a period of silence, or include cue/review features that make it easier for you to find the section of the recording you want to play back? Does the digital recorder have an LCD display and what information is displayed?
Digital Voice Recorder Connectivity
PC connectivity is a feature that the most inexpensive digital voice recorders don't have - but something I see as a must-have. Most digital voice recorders that do allow you to transfer voice data to a PC use a USB interface. My preference is for a digital voice recorder that plugs directly into the computer's USB port, but some digital voice recorders use docking stations and USB cables.
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