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Professional

PC- dictation microphone

User Manual

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Philips SpeechMike User Manual __________________________________________________________________________3

Philips SpeechMike User Manual

COPYRIGHT

© 1997 – 2005 Philips Speech Processing - Dictation Systems.

All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part is prohibited without the written consent of the copyright owner.

Information in this manual is subject to change without notice.

TRADEMARKS

Digital Pocket Memo and SpeechMike are trademarks of Philips.

DISCLAIMER AND NOTICES

Philips Dictation Systems has carried out extensive testing with most popular configurations. However, since PC add-ons and drivers change very rapidly, we are unable to guarantee conflict-free operation. Possible solutions for solving such conflicts can be found in the Readme file.

The CE mark confirms that the machine corresponds to the relevant guidelines of the European Union.

This manual has been printed on chlorine-free, recycled paper, in line with the highest standards of environmental friendliness.

The cardboard used for packaging can be recycled. This electronic facility contains recyclable material.

Technical changes and errors excepted.

Declaration of Conformity Model Numbers: LFH 5260, LFH 5262, LFH 5270, LFH 5272, LFH 5274, LFH 5276 Trade Name : SpeechMike Classic, SpeechMike Pro Responsible Party: PHILIPS DICTATION SYSTEMS Address: 64 Perimeter Center East, Fifth Floor Atlanta, GA 30346 USA Telephone Number: +1 770 821 2400

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, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation Tested To Comply With FCC Standards

FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE

4 _________________________________________________________________________ Philips SpeechMike User Manual Introduction Thank you for buying a Philips SpeechMike product.

The SpeechMike family of products has been designed to offer optimum user convenience and greater efficiency for your daily work. This manual covers the installation of the SpeechMike Classic, SpeechMike ClassicPLUS, SpeechMike Pro and SpeechMike ProPLUS hardware and software, the handling of the SpeechMike device and its associated software utilities.

SpeechMike features

• Professional multimedia input device for single-handed operation.

• LEDs for visual and built-in loudspeaker for acoustic feedback.

• All buttons can be programmed to suit individual user preferences.

Support and feedback For the latest information not contained in this manual, please refer to the Readme file on the Driver & Utility CD, or in the SpeechMike Driver Utility program group of the Windows Start menu.

For the latest version of the Driver & Utility software package, please contact your software vendor.

For additional information on professional speech processing and speech recognition solutions from Philips Speech Processing, please visit our web site at: www.philips.com/dictation For further information, please refer to the "World-Wide Service Information" booklet included with this package.

Philips SpeechMike User Manual __________________________________________________________________________5 Installation System requirements

• IBM-compatible PC with Pentium II, 233MHz processor (Pentium III, 500MHz recommended)

• At least 64 MB RAM (128 MB recommended) • 75 MB hard disk space for SpeechMike drivers & software

• A self-powered USB port with 300mA of output power (see the Troubleshooting section for details)

• Windows 98 SE*, Windows Me*, Windows 2000 or Windows XP It is highly recommended that you have the latest Service Packs installed for your operating system.

* Note: Windows 98 SE and Windows Me operating systems are supported for driver installation only!

Hardware installation

Windows 2000 and Windows XP:

1. Turn on your computer and plug the SpeechMike device into the USB port.

2. The New Hardware Found message will be displayed on your screen shortly.

Note: If this message does not appear, verify whether the USB port is enabled in the BIOS of your system. See your hardware documentation for details or contact your hardware vendor.

3. Installation will proceed automatically.

Windows 98 SE and Windows ME:

Note: The Windows 98 Second Edition CD contains the USB drivers for the microphone and loudspeaker only. The drivers for the LED display and dictation buttons must be installed from the Driver & Utility CD before connecting the hardware.

1. Double-click the My Computer icon on the desktop.

2. Double-click the CD-ROM drive icon; you will be shown the contents of the CD.

3. Start the program autorun.exe by double-clicking it.





4. Click Install to begin installation.

5. Remove the Driver & Utility CD and insert your Windows 98 SE or Windows ME CD.

6. Plug the SpeechMike device into the USB port. Windows will find a total of five new devices.

7. When the Add New Hardware Wizard starts, click Next.

8. On the next screen, make sure that Search for the best driver for your device. (Recommended) is selected. Then click Next.

9. On the following screen, the only option selected should be Specify a location, and the path of the Windows\inf folder should be displayed in the field. If necessary, uncheck all other options and click Next.

10. Windows will now start looking for the necessary files; click Next.

Note: The required files from the Windows 98 SE or Windows ME CD can be found in the Setup/Win98 or Setup/WinME subdirectory (respectively), browse to this directory and click OK.

11. After the first part of the installation has been completed successfully, click Finish.

12. Repeat steps 7–11 until all five SpeechMike components are installed correctly.

Software installation Note: A user must have administrator rights to install the program under Windows 2000 or Windows XP. Contact your system administrator if you need help.

Windows 2000 and Windows XP:

The SpeechMike software is delivered on the Driver & Utility CD. When you insert the Driver & Utility CD into your CD-ROM drive, the SpeechMike setup program is automatically started. Select Install to begin the installation. If the setup program is not

run when you insert the Driver & Utility CD, start setup manually by doing the following:

1. Double-click the My Computer icon on the desktop.

2. Double-click the CD-ROM drive icon; you will be shown the contents of the CD.

3. Start the program autorun.exe by double-clicking it and select Install.

Windows 98 SE and Windows ME:

The SpeechMike Recorder, SpeechMike Control Application and SpeechMike Device Configuration Tool utilities are not available for Windows 98 SE and Windows ME. The necessary SpeechMike drivers have already been installed as part of the hardware installation described above.

6 _________________________________________________________________________ Philips SpeechMike User Manual Handling the SpeechMike Classic and SpeechMike ClassicPLUS Place the SpeechMike in the palm of your hand with the thumb on the 4-position switch and your index finger across the trigger underneath.

Alternatively, you can use your SpeechMike on your desktop like a conventional trackball.

SpeechMike Classic and SpeechMike ClassicPLUS button functions When the SpeechMike Classic is installed correctly, the Record, Play/Stop, Fast Rewind and Fast Forward functions and the trigger button are available and ready for use. However, the functionality of each button depends on the application and whether the buttons are used in a programmed mode. For more information on individual button settings and on how to program buttons, see the Software chapter below.

Philips SpeechMike User Manual __________________________________________________________________________7 Handling the SpeechMike Pro and SpeechMike ProPLUS Place the SpeechMike Pro in the palm of your hand with your thumb resting on the trackball and your index finger across the trigger underneath.

Alternatively, you can use your SpeechMike on your desktop like a conventional trackball.

SpeechMike ProPLUS button functions When the SpeechMike ProPLUS is installed correctly, the Record, Play/Stop, Fast Rewind and Fast Forward buttons and the trigger button are available and ready for use. However, the functionality of each button depends on the application and whether the buttons are used in a programmed mode. For more information on individual button settings and on how to program buttons, see the Software chapter below.

Display states of the feedback LEDs

Record LED The multicolor recording indicator LED is positioned around the microphone inlet. Its colors and display mode (blinking or

static lit) give you information about the recording status of the SpeechMike device as follows:

Red - static The device is in Record (overwrite) mode.

Red - blinking The device is in Record Standby (overwrite) mode.

Green - static The device is in Record (insert) mode.

Green - blinking The device is in Record Standby (insert) mode.

Yellow - static The device is recording a spoken instruction.

Insert/Overwrite LED This green indicator LED is positioned near the INS/OVWR button. When lit, the device is in Record mode with the insert mode engaged. When blinking, the device is in either Record Standby or Stop mode with the insert mode engaged. When unlit, overwrite mode is engaged.

Instruction LED This yellow indicator LED is positioned near the INSTR button (SpeechMike Classic versions) or the EOL button (SpeechMike Pro versions). When the LED is lit, the device is recording a spoken instruction.

Note: The LED color is depending on the PC-dictation application and may be different in your environment.

8 _________________________________________________________________________ Philips SpeechMike User Manual Software The software package for the SpeechMike includes the control application SpeechMike Control, the recording application TestRecorder, and the Device Configuration Tool.

SpeechMike Control Application With the SpeechMike control software, you can create individual button command schemes to control and navigate through standard Windows applications. This allows you to use your SpeechMike to control your applications instead of using your mouse.

You can program text or hotkeys (shortcuts) or a combination of both for each button on your SpeechMike and assign the commands to almost any Windows application. Separate commands can be programmed for when each button is pressed alone, as well as for when each button is pressed together with Ctrl and Shift on your keyboard.

The buttons available for programming are different for the SpeechMike Pro and the SpeechMike Classic, the Control Application includes a Show Buttons button that allows you to display the buttons available on your device.

The SpeechMike control program must be active in order to use the customized button controls. This means you need to open the program and keep it active in the background, or click Hide to hide it on the taskbar. For your convenience, you can have the SpeechMike control application start automatically when Windows is started by adding it to your Startup folder in the Start menu.

Command line parameters for the SpeechMike control application If you start the SpeechMike control application automatically by adding it to the Startup folder in the Start menu, and you do not want the application window to be displayed each time you start Windows, you can use command line parameters. The parameter has to be entered in the Target field of the shortcut dialog after the program path. The content of the Target field

should look like this:

"C:\Program Files\Philips Speech\SpeechMike\MIKEAPP.EXE" /h Note: The /h has to be outside the path in quotation marks.

You can use the following parameters:

/h Hidden start: the mouse icon is displayed on the taskbar (status notification area), but no window is opened on Windows startup.

/t Taskbar symbol hidden: no mouse icon is displayed on the taskbar (status notification area), and no window is opened on Windows startup.

This parameter can also be used by system administrators to prevent users from editing their configurations.

/a Keep activated: Keeps the Control Application activated. When an application that uses SpeechMike is running, it might redefine button assignments of the Control Application. To avoid this, run Control Application with parameter "/a".

To display the application window, you have to start the SpeechMike control application manually, or click the mouse icon if displayed in the taskbar.

SpeechMike Control window To open the SpeechMike Control window, go to the Start menu, Programs, SpeechMike Driver Utility and select Control Application.

New Scheme:

Click this button to create a new scheme. All input fields are cleared.

You can now enter new settings for the SpeechMike buttons and save these settings under a new file name with Save Scheme.

Open Scheme:

Press this button to open an existing SpeechMike scheme. Pressing the arrow to the right of this button displays a list of available schemes (*.scm files) containing settings for SpeechMike buttons.

Save Scheme As:

Saves the current scheme. Enter the desired file name when saving your new scheme for the first time. The necessary file extension *.scm will be added automatically.

Button Properties:



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