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Topic Title: using jabra engage 75 via usb connection on my computer
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Created On: 05/16/2022 06:52 AM
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 05/16/2022 06:52 AM
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I got jabra engage 75. I connect to ti via BT with my mobile. I'd like to use it for voice recognition too. 

I cannot get it to be recognized as a paired device on my computer.

Wind 10 sees the jabra on device list, but the windows seems not to receive receives sound from the device.


Is there a work around ?




Memory: 16GB Microphone Brand and Model: LFH 4000 & Flexy Mike  Operating System: win 10, latest update; Surface Book 2, Processor (CPU) Type & Speed: I7 8650 Soundcard Brand and Model: none Speech Software: Dragon Medical Practice Edition, french version: 4.2 Using KnowBrainer?:Yes

 05/16/2022 01:36 PM
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We are not certain, because we do not sell or officially support Jabra but we believe your headset uses a USB connection to your computer, rather than Bluetooth, which is entirely wireless (no cables). This is why we prefer Bluetooth. We believe the Jabra Engage 75 is DECT which requires a wired USB connection. You will also probably need to switch your Jabra to the USB source and let Dragon know you have a new sound source.


PS: When you purchase these types of microphones, they are not quite set up for speech recognition. We recommend obtaining a Windscreen, which is included with all of our microphones. Also note that we support our customers so they don't have to seek external support


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 05/20/2022 11:05 PM
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If you manage to get this working, would you mind posting here? This headset looks really good, but I would be interested to know if it works well for dictation.
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