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Topic Title: Speechware question
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Created On: 11/11/2021 04:48 PM
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 Speechware question   - teehiett - 11/11/2021 04:48 PM  
 Speechware question   - Lunis Orcutt - 11/11/2021 07:00 PM  
 Speechware question   - teehiett - 11/12/2021 04:45 PM  
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teehiett
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On the base unit of the SpeechWare 3-in-1 TableMike R2 small buttons with Speaker icons. In the manual, I cannot find what these buttons are for.  

Anyone?

Thanks,

Tee



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Lunis Orcutt
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If memory serves correctly, this sounds like 1 of the original 3-in-1 microphones with small triangles on the left side of the base which were used to increase and decrease speaker volume output for headphones or external speakers.

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teehiett
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Thanks Lunis,

I don't know about the original 3-in-1 but the one you sent me last week has 2 small square buttons on the left with speaker symbols. Just after I sent the above message, I remember that there is a USB port on the back of the base of the unit for external headphones or speakers. So I think your memory is good.

Thanks for the prompt response.

Tee

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