The Philips VoiceTracer 2810 is the perfect companion for recording interviews, conversations, and small meetings
Capture your recordings in stereo, MP3 or WAV formats. These formats allow you to play back your files anywhere
Capture and store up to 88 days of continuous recording thanks to the 8 GB of internal memory.
The Li-ion polymer battery is charged through a standard USB Type-C jack that guarantees extended battery life with up to 36 hours for extra long recordings.
The large color display offers clear images and makes it easier to see and read everything at first glance
The DVT2810 VoiceTracer Audio Recorder from Philips is a portable, digital voice recorder designed to provide flexible, high-quality audio recording options, speech recognition/transcription software, and plug-and-play computer integration for interviews, presentations, classes, and more. It features two built-in microphones and settings that automatically adjust for your type of audio recording quality. Start recording at the touch of a button or have the record function begin automatically via a timer or voice activation. Record in PCM (WAV) or MP3 format to the internal 8GB memory. A microSD slot supports additional memory. The low-noise, two-mic system allows stereo recording without the use of external microphones.
From the manufacturer
Exceptional recording, automatic transcription.
Nuance Dragon Recorder Edition Speech Recognition Software - Using the speech recognition software is at least three times quicker than typing up the document yourself. Simply record your documents and notes, connect the recorder to the computer, click the ‘Transcribe’ button and the software does the typing for you.
2 high-fidelity microphones
MP3 and PCM recording
Automatic transcription of your recordings
Philips VoiceTracer Audio Recorder
With Dragon speech recognition software
Turn your recordings into text quickly, easily and accurately. Record documents and notes on the move in high quality. Back at your desk, simply connect the recorder to your computer, transfer your files and let the included software automatically turn your speech into text.
Two high-fidelity microphones for outstanding audio quality
Stereo MP3 and PCM recording for clear playback and easy file sharing
8 GB internal memory for up to 88 days of recording
Rechargeable Li-ion polymer battery for extra-long recording
Large color display for easy and intuitive operation
Audio scenes for automatic perfect audio settings in any situation
Voice activation for hands-free recording
A dedicated device for uninterrupted recording
Two high-fidelity microphones
The two high-fidelity stereo microphones are designed to deliver clear voice recordings and reduce background noise, even in noisy environments. High-quality recording is essential for clear playback and accurate speech recognition results.
Speech recognition software
Put an end to tedious typing and create text documents directly from recorded audio files. The speech recognition software automatically converts your recordings into a text file.
Large high-res color display
The large color display offers sharp images, making it easier to see and read everything at first glance. The clear user interface supports seven languages and is optimized for easy, intuitive operation.
Voice-activated recording is a convenient feature for hands-free recording. When enabled, recording will start automatically when you begin speaking. Recording pauses when you stop and resumes automatically when you begin speaking again.
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