Exploring A Mac Compatible Digital Voice Recorder

Posted on Mar 27 2017 - 11:03pm by Techy Hints

A Mac compatible digital voice recorder lets you do practically anything you need to do with audio quickly, efficiently and affordably. The best devices have hundreds of hours of recording time courtesy of a very durable 1 GB SD card, and allow you to talk directly into the microphone. Microphones pick up high quality sound and allow either one-touch activation or voice activated recording by way of a Variable Control Voice Actuator feature. This enables the device to start recording as soon as it senses sound. You can adjust the microphone to pick up softer sounds or to mainly record human voices.

However, the capabilities of modern Macintosh compatible digital voice recorders do not end there. You get a full dot, backlit LCD for easy viewing whether dark or bright, which allows you watch your recording times and battery life. You can directly connect the system to a PC or laptop for easy and fast file transfers with a PC Link or a USB port. With the top systems from the Olympus and Philips line of Mac compatible digital voice recorders you also get DSS Player software.

This feature allows you to save files in high compression DSS format via the DSS player/recorder. The DSS stands for Digital Speech Standard and refers to a cost-effective but easy to use format that can convert and send high quality voice files directly to email for voice messaging. If you’re particularly interested in this aspect of a voice recorder then try one of the Olympus models like the Olympus DS-2400 Digital Voice Recorder DS2400. DSS software also allows you to erase single files and entire folders and is compatible with voice recognition software. There is currently a new software version of DSS-Player for the Macintosh compatible digital voice recorder. (Previously, DSS software was only compatible with a Windows OS)

You can also use the digital voice recorder Macintosh compatible system to record songs or commentary on the radio. This saves you money spent on satellite radio or more expensive iPod features. You can save MP3 files and WAV files and then easily transport them to your PC. You can record up to 250 songs or hundreds of hours of vocal recording. You can record your own voice for reminders later on or record an entire room full of people.

A Macintosh compatible digital voice recorder rewards Macintosh users with a device that is fast and efficient to use and a portable system that is very easy to work with. If you are interested in a digital voice recorder but use a Macintosh system, then your time has finally come. You don’t need a Windows compatible system to take advantage of the Olympus and Philips line of quality digital recorders and the DSS playing software. For more information visit RecorderGear.com.

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