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DICTAPHONE VOICE SYSTEMS SET NEW INDUSTRY STANDARDS

 STRATFORD, Conn., April 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Two mid-size voice processing systems designed to generate significant time/dollar savings for businesses and law firms, have been announced by Dictaphone Corporation.
 These systems improve the personal productivity of executives, lawyers and professionals by significantly enhancing communications capabilities, providing dictation/transcription and basic messaging from any tone phone, anytime, anywhere.
 The Digital Express(TM) 4000 and Digital Express 2500 systems expand voice processing productivity beyond any other systems currently on the market and literally set new dictation industry standards for performance and reliability, utilizing the same technology demanded by the high performance requirements of flight navigation systems.
 For example, as measured in millions of instructions per second (MIPS), the Digital Express 4000 has eight times the power of a typical PC. This assures users of reliable "clip-free" voice recording with instantaneous response, and distortion free speed control for unmatched listening clarity and transcription accuracy.
 Other advanced features, many of them exclusive with Dictaphone, found on these mid-size systems include:
 -- Up to 16 access ports for dictation, transcription and listening. Up to 50 hours of voice recording in a redundant disk format. On the DX 2500 -- up to eight access ports and up to 10 hours of voice recording.
 -- SOS(TM) Alert and Response Network -- self-diagnosis, and complete remote auto-diagnostics and dispatch (optional on the DX 2500).
 -- Remote Control(TM) -- offers system management from any tone phone.
 -- Target Turnaround(TM) -- helps document turnaround goals (not available on DX 2500).
 -- DeltaSound(TM) -- fully adjustable pitch-corrected speed control for maximum transcription productivity and faster listen access.
 -- Hot Swap(TM) capability for simplified installation of voice boards, without system down-time (not available on DX 2500).
 -- Help Notes(TM) -- makes systems easier to use and manage.
 -- Subscriber profiles -- customizes system to each user.
 For the business and legal world, Dictaphone's latest digital entries mean users will have superior voice quality, performance, reliability, flexibility, and nationwide support, with remote diagnostics and local training and service capability.
 Dictaphone, a Pitney Bowes Company, is the worldwide leader in voice processing systems and communications recorders with revenue in 1992 of $306 million.
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 /CONTACT: Jon S. Hiltunen, manager, media relations of Dictaphone Corporation, 203-381-7119/


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