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Topic Title: Just to Confirm some DS-9500 & DS-9000 Details
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Created On: 12/12/2020 11:32 PM
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 Just to Confirm some DS-9500 & DS-9000 Details   - Brevoort - 12/12/2020 11:32 PM  
 Just to Confirm some DS-9500 & DS-9000 Details   - Lunis Orcutt - 12/13/2020 04:13 PM  
 12/12/2020 11:32 PM
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This is the first time I have posted although I have often turned to these forums over the years for solid advice about DNS & transcription.

I daily dictate and transcribe into Dragon 15.3 for business and fiction/non-fiction. We are talking about 4 to 8K words a day (about two hours of record time). I also use Google Docs dictation a lot for shorter items.

I work mainly outdoors in various sound environments and get results so acceptable with a FlexyMike plug-in microphone that I no longer bother with Dragon's editing function after transcription. I just edit the raw converted text. It is much faster.

Anyway, I am considering an upgrade to either the Olympus 9500 or 9000. I have no need for the WiFi function in the 9500 but I would like to know if the quality of the DSS recordings from both machines is equal.

I also wonder whether it is possible to connect either the 9500 or 9000 with a data cable OTG)  to an Android phone so I can send stuff into the Cloud? (Even with Covid-19 restrictions I still have to travel frequently internationally with the U.N. and Cloud storage makes distribution a lot easier.)

And one more point if I may. I can find a better price on either machine here in Canada because of currency/duties/shipping etc which means that I cannot benefit from your hands on approach to customers. Is it possible to buy the guides that you have prepared for setting up these recorders?


Thank you so much



Rick Grant
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