Sony BM-87 Cassette Transcriber


Sony BM-87 Cassette Transcriber

CONTACT US FOR AVAILABILITY - Standard Cassette Desktop Transcriber that is compatible with double speed recorders therefore enabling the end user to transcribe tapes at either full or half speed.

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The unit also plays back tapes recorded in either the monaural format or stereo format. Each unit has a 3-digit tape counter, fully adjustable automatic backspace, built-in erase on rewind, auto motor shut-off after appx 3 minutes in stop mode, 3-function foot control, speed/tone/volume controls, electronic indexing, auto stop and built-in playback speaker. Includes Headset and Foot Control. Optional HU80 Microphone allows unit to be used as both a dictator and Transcriber.

• FS-85 Foot Control
• PS980 Power Supply

We carry reconditioned Dictaphone cassette equipment as well as other brands of reconditioned cassette equipment that are sometimes also referred to as "Dictaphone". Digital Dictation Equipment - Digital Dictation Solutions. We can accommodate any company from small to large. If you're thinking about updating to digital, give us a call. We offer Dragon voice recognition software that integrates perfectly with our dictation software. We are suppliers of Olympus digital dictation and transcription, Philips digital dictation and transcription as well as Grundig digital dictation and transcription. We also have several offerings for Enterprise software. We're conveniently located in Southern California. Our main office is in Los Angeles, CA.
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