Headphones and Mic

  [email protected]© 18:21 07 Feb 2007
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Can somebody recommend a good headset and microphone. I wanna use it for voice recognition but the set I am using doesn't seem to be up to the job and its quicker typing it!!!

Like I say the microphone has to be ultrasensitive and my budget is around the £30 to £40 mark.

I am using NaturallySpeaking version 9 and have a very powerful computer so I can only think that it is the microphone I am using.

Your input and recommendations are most welcome and thank you for reading.

  SANTOS7 18:34 07 Feb 2007

click here

these aint too shabby....

  [email protected]© 18:55 07 Feb 2007

Thank you SANTOS7 but is there certain numbers I should be looking at that would tell me which is better than another?

e.g a three gig processor is better than the 1.6 processor.

Being a specialist headphone company I should be sticking with them shouldn't I.

  SANTOS7 19:02 07 Feb 2007

Not really sure, what i can tell you is when i bought my son some BOSE headphones for his music and such i seriously considered a Sennheiser equivalent
i wolud imagin the cans shown in the link are entry level looking at the price.
Best advice i can give at the moment, for the cost of a phonecall give em a ring, tell them exactly what you want them for (specify mike sensitivity) and i am sure they will come up with a recommendation..

  wjrt 19:08 07 Feb 2007
  SANTOS7 19:08 07 Feb 2007

Haveing had another look it does say the cans shown are ideal for VoIP aplications, moreso than the others...

  [email protected]© 19:34 08 Feb 2007

Any more recommendations?

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