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Topic Title: Microphone recommendation for noisy office
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Created On: 02/10/2022 11:36 AM
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 Microphone recommendation for noisy office   - DavidHaugh - 02/10/2022 11:36 AM  
 Microphone recommendation for noisy office   - ax - 02/10/2022 02:53 PM  
 Microphone recommendation for noisy office   - Bad_Dog - 02/10/2022 05:32 PM  
 Microphone recommendation for noisy office   - DavidHaugh - 02/10/2022 07:18 PM  
 Microphone recommendation for noisy office   - DavidHaugh - 02/10/2022 06:11 PM  
 Microphone recommendation for noisy office   - Lunis Orcutt - 02/10/2022 07:38 PM  
 Microphone recommendation for noisy office   - DavidHaugh - 02/10/2022 07:59 PM  
 Microphone recommendation for noisy office   - ax - 02/10/2022 08:12 PM  
 Microphone recommendation for noisy office   - MDH - 02/10/2022 08:37 PM  
 Microphone recommendation for noisy office   - Lunis Orcutt - 02/11/2022 02:38 PM  
 Microphone recommendation for noisy office   - Grandslam - 02/11/2022 05:54 PM  
 Microphone recommendation for noisy office   - ax - 02/11/2022 09:10 PM  
 Microphone recommendation for noisy office   - Bad_Dog - 02/12/2022 08:11 PM  
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Thank's for that ax, I'll look into some of what you've said. I should have stated that I don't need to go full "hands free" as I have some use of my left hand for a mouse and some ability to type using both hands.

With the variety of software and tasks my job requires it wouldn't be feasible to go hands free. I just need speech recognition to take care of email, instant messaging and writing reports. Anything that reduced mouse usage would be a nice to have but not necessary.

I should also say the level of noise in the office is pretty variable depending on time of day, who is working, etc... but I fully expect the place to go worst case scenario every time I want to dictate an email because that's just my luck!

There are probably very few people in the world who could advise me on flexymike v speechone noise rejection but I bet there's a few people hanging around here that can.
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