Voice Recognition Headsets

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Voice Recognition Headsets How To guide

How to choose Voice Recognition Headsets.

Computer USB Headsets are generally the easiest way to get good quality audio into your computer.

Computer USB Headsets come with their own Soundcard inside of the USB electronics. This usually ensures a good solid low noise connection from your microphone to your computer.

USB Headsets tend to have a hotter/stronger/amplified sound to your computer. For Speech applications including voice recognition, Skype, Internet Chat and Gaming it's usually a safe bet. If you have a high-end sound card, then the soundcard, then you don't need USB.




Andrea Electronics ANC Series

Andrea ANC Series all include Andrea's Active Noise Canceling System, currently the only microphone which cancels noise by using 2 microphones.

Andrea Electronics SuperBeam-Series

With the Superbeam Array Microphone you have a far-field speech recognition solution (approaching the accuracy of a close talking headset mic) on PC's with a USB port.

Sennheiser ME3-Series

Supercardioid electret headworn condenser microphones (See ME/Mod. for Voice Recognition).

Sennheiser PC-Series

You play hard and need a headset that can keep up. Sennheiser gives you true-to-life sound for superior gaming performance.

SpeechWare FlexyMike-Series

The FlexyMike Series are Single-Ear Microphones with Mini-Plug (3.5 mm or 1/8' jack), USB or BlueTooth Configurations.

VXI Talkpro-Series

Top rated Headsets featuring Gentex Superior Noise Canceling microphone elements.

Audio Technica ATH-COM1

Monophone/dynamic boom mic combo

Audio Technica ATH-COM2

Monophone/dynamic mic combination headset

Buddy HeadsetMic-DM101

Insync Buddy HeadsetMic Mono (Monaural) Noise Canceling microphone with dual 3.5mm connections

Buddy HeadsetMic-DS102

Insync Buddy HeadsetMic Binaural (2 earphones) Noise Canceling microphone with dual 3.5mm connections.

Audio Technica PRO-8HEmW

Headworn microphone for PRO 88W systems