Olympus RecMic II Microphone – Push Button RM- 4000P no trackball
Functionally the same as the Olympus RM-4010P, where the trackball for mouse control is replaced by an additional programmable button.
Some speech recognition users have asked for the deletion of the mouse control trackball and the addition of an additional programmable button. Well, here it is.
The brand new desktop dictation and speech recognition microphone, the RecMic II RM-4000P from Olympus has harnessed all sound reproducing technology available to deliver exceptional accuracy with any speech recognition application.
Dual microphones pinpoint towards the direction of your voice to block out unwanted background noise that in the past has affected accuracy and resulted in lost productivity due to corrections and vocabulary training.
A triple layer studio quality filter further blocks no verbal sounds such as breath noise. The intelligence built into the microphones eliminate all sounds that occur outside of frequency range of the human voice. Such a simple concept, combined with futuristic technology dramatically increase accuracy.
Features of the Olympus RecMic II microphone
Intelligent dual microphones suppress unwanted background noise
Triple-layer sound studio pop filter blocks mouth noise
Antimicrobial housing keeps equipment hygienic
Microphone stand offers optimal hands-free dictation
Smooth UV coating and silent buttons to reduce touch noise
ACCURATE & CLEAR SPEECH RECOGNITION IN NOISY ENVIRONMENT
Dual microphone technology creates narrow directionality that focuses on the acoustics in front of the microphone and suppresses unwanted noise from the sides and back.
PROFESSIONAL STUDIO-QUALITY FILTERING
The triple-layer pop filter uses the same technology found in professional studio recording microphones to block unwanted but difficult-to-eliminate sounds such as breath and wind vibrations.
The housing and buttons on every RecMic II are made of antimicrobial coating materials (ISO 22196). The “tolerance to alcohol” design allows for superior cleanability.
The RecMic II is easily configurable with third party applications including web applications without having Olympus software running, and can be used as a USB Keyboard for easy control simply by changing modes.
Specifications of the Olympus RecMic II 4000P:
Overall Frequency Response
- 200 – 9,000Hz
Microphone Sensitivity Difference
- Conference: 0dB
- Dictation: -12dB
- Voice Recognition: -18dB
- Variable: -7 to -56.5dB
Power Consumption (Current)
- Standard mode: 278mA or less
- Low power mode: 80mA or less
- Microphone Stand
- Windows: Windows Vista/7/8.1/10
- Mac: Mac OS X 10.5～10.12
RecMic Configuration Tool
- 185g (inclu