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Topic Title: Sleep/Bed friendly headphones. Maybe Dragon?
Topic Summary: Anyone have “sleep” friendly/ call friendly headphones
Created On: 05/14/2021 01:01 AM
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 Sleep/Bed friendly headphones. Maybe Dragon?   - mobleguy - 05/14/2021 01:01 AM  
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Like the subject said I am looking for headphones to sleep in(see below). Even better if they would work reasonably well with DPI15- but I realize that is a tall order. However, if there is anyplace where I could imagine people figuring out how to give dictation in bed and or control their PCs- in bed- this is the place.

I have been looking at Bluetooth Headphones/Headsets with over the ear hook, Bluetooth Bone conduction, as well as the “sleep headphones” where the speaker/mic is built into a soft headband you wear on your head.

Features:

-Comfortable to sleep in. I would prefer not using in ear/ear buds.  Works while using a pillow

-Either durable to being worn while sleeping OR relatively inexpensive.

-On ear controls to control playback on android smartphone and answer call.

-Microphone to take a call and/or record some dictation either phone.

-Audio quality should be good some audio books and speech are pretty clear.

As I said, if possible- have it work with Dragon. I have a hard time imagining this working, But if there are is anyone who uses dragon from bed, I would love to hear it. I could imagine some ways I could possibly work, like having a mic mounted on a headboard, and separate headphones.

I like the idea of bone conduction. Having my ear cavities unobstructed would be nice.

Curious what people have used or done themselves.

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