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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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Grandslam
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As someone who uses dragon on a daily basis in a noisy open plan office, in my opinion a certain level of ambient noise is more a friend than an enemy. I just use a Jabra Biz 2400 (corded). It's good if there is some ambient noise so your colleagues can't hear every word you are saying, and at the same time the noise cancellation will filter it all out so your dictation is unaffected.

If anyone else here is successfully using Dragon in an open plan office I'd be interested to know what microphone you use. I would like to go wireless but when I tried the Sennheiser MB Pro it just wasn't sensitive enough - I need something that can pick up my voice when I speak very softly. 



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