Philips launches best-in-class recording solutions for the social media generation
New Philips VoiceTracer audio recorders feature smartphone compatibility and speech recognition
While many users enjoy the benefits of smartphone recording, there can be several drawbacks when not using a dedicated device, such as limited battery life and storage, inadequate microphone placement, and interrupted recordings due to calls and text messages.
The new VoiceTracer devices offer the best of both worlds, with four models of the new line-up equipped with smartphone app connectivity. The free app is available on both iOS and Android, and allows users to control their recorder from their smartphones. Users can start and stop recordings on the VoiceTracer with the app and transfer them from the Philips VoiceTracer to their smartphone via their phone's Wi-Fi hotspot.
The new Philips VoiceTracers come with advanced microphones for best-in-class audio quality and are engineered to suit users' unique recording needs, including recording notes, meetings, music or video. Each device's battery life lasts up to 36 recording hours, and smart recording functions like pre-set audio scenes make it even easier to achieve outstanding results in multiple settings.
"YouTubers who strive for an enhanced audio experience for their video productions can attach the recorder directly to their camera's hot shoe mount and use the microphone windscreen when recording outside", explains Dr. Thomas Brauner, CEO of Speech Processing Solutions.
The new range supports the Philips VoiceTracer Speech Recognition DVT2805 software, which instantly turns voice recordings into documents with up to 99% accuracy, eliminating typing and transcription. The software includes an algorithm that learns corrections the user makes to increase accuracy over time. DVT2805 software comes bundled with the DVT2810.
All new VoiceTracer models are available at major national retail stores starting September 2019. To learn more, visit: www.voicetracer.com
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