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Topic Title: Adjusting microphone level in DMO
Topic Summary: I can't find a way to adjust microphone level to decrease pickup of background noise
Created On: 07/01/2020 11:24 AM
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 Adjusting microphone level in DMO   - kistonewa - 07/01/2020 11:24 AM  
 Adjusting microphone level in DMO   - mwarddoc - 07/02/2020 03:29 AM  
 Adjusting microphone level in DMO   - kistonewa - 07/02/2020 11:30 AM  
 Adjusting microphone level in DMO   - Lunis Orcutt - 07/02/2020 03:25 PM  
 Adjusting microphone level in DMO   - holycowdidyouseethat - 08/27/2020 02:32 PM  
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kistonewa
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Work has forced me into Dragon Medical One.  Does anyone know a way to adjust microphone to block out background noise better?  I am using a SennheiserBTD 800 USB which is an excellent microphone. With DPME4 I had no problem (however it would close my citrix/EPIC several times every hour). I could adjust microphone or reset microphone with quick training with the background noise.

With DMO I am having problems  if I pause for more than a few seconds, it appears to readjust sensitivity & start picking up surrounding sound.  Using the Nuance SpeechMic doesn't have the problem, but it is off if I am pausing.  

When finishing charts at home, I often have the business news on the TV. However, I have to have volume very low to avoid picking up in DMO.

Any suggestions?  Support from clinic IT in uninterested in problem, & I don't have access to Nuance support. Everything has to be channelled through our hospital/clinic IT.

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