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Topic Title: Any recommendations for headsets with FLEXIBLE microphone?
Topic Summary: ... so that I can try the Phasma noise dampening mask?
Created On: 03/20/2022 03:34 PM
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See this thread

 

Which describes the Phasma noise dampening mask, which can supposedly be worn with an existing headset, but requires a headset with a flexible microphone boom. unfortunately my existing Sennheiser has a rigid/inflexible microphone boom

 

 



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 03/20/2022 03:42 PM
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KnowBrainer's shopping site shows the following headset microphones which may have flexible booms

Audio Technical Pro 8HEMW

SpeechWare FlexyMike

Unfortunately, all of the wireless headsets seem to have rigid/inflexible microphone booms.

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 03/20/2022 11:01 PM
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I have the FlexyMike and can confirm that the boom is flexible. That will not solve your need for a wireless headset, however. If you are able to obtain the Phasma mask and test the system, I would be very interested to read of your results. Like you, I would love to have a set up that would allow me to dictate without disturbing others. In fact, just last month I lost out on a job after broaching my use of voice-recognition software at the end of the second, until then highly promising interview. Turns out everyone sat side-by-side in the office, and they were unable or unwilling to make accommodations.

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