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Topic Title: noise cancelling
Topic Summary: does NVIDIA RTX Voice work with Dragon
Created On: 10/16/2020 06:56 PM
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 noise cancelling   - mikeoc4me - 10/16/2020 06:56 PM  
 noise cancelling   - Lunis Orcutt - 10/16/2020 07:15 PM  
 noise cancelling   - mikeoc4me - 10/16/2020 08:37 PM  
 noise cancelling   - Lunis Orcutt - 10/17/2020 02:13 PM  
 noise cancelling   - Lunis Orcutt - 10/17/2020 06:51 PM  
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mikeoc4me
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I saw this mentioned in another post but it did not mention whether or not it worked with DragonDictate. I have a terrible problem with a fan in particular that I use all the time to control my body temperature. Fan makes microphone almost impossible to use.

I do have an Nvidia soundcard on a new computer

thanks to anyone,

Michael

 

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According to our records, you are using KnowBrainer 2017 (w/2020 AI Commands) which makes us think that rather than DragonDictate, which was discontinued in 1997, you might be using DPI 15.3/6.

 

We haven't tested the NVIDIA utility, which may be very good but in our opinion, it is better to filter out noise with your microphone rather than pinching frequencies which can interfere with your accuracy. All of our USB Microphones, with the exception of TableMikes, should be able to handle this problem but if you need more extreme noise filtering, you might want to check out the Audio-Technica Pro 8HEmW which can all but handle an active gun range. The Big Haired Lady can confirm this on our hillbilly gun range where she target shoots hanging Thunderbird bottles with her Dirty Harry 357 Magnum.



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 10/16/2020 08:37 PM
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thank you for the information, I think the SpeechWare TwistMike seems to be the one that would best suit my needs. My problem isn't so much the noise around me but the air from the fan hitting the microphone directly. Do you think that this the TwistMike would handle this problem?

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Michael

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The SpeechWare TwistMike Gooseneck should have no problem but don't forget that it needs a USB soundcard.



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You can optionally plug your USB soundcard into your computer separately but most end users attached the USB soundcard into the TwistMike 1st and then insert the USB soundcard into an available USB jack.

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