Thank you for your question and sorry for the delay in responding. I didn't see it until today.
When using my speech recognition software, I use the headset that comes with the Dragon Naturally Speaking software. It seems reasonable to expect since they created the software, their own or approved headset would be the best to use. I have not had any problems with it so I have found no need to research other brands.
The key for getting the best results for the headset you use is placement consistency. It should be between 1.5 and 2 inches away from your mouth and it should be in the same position you used for training every time you use it. This is critical for ensuring maximum recognition. A different position means the sound of your voice changes and you may find more errors.
If you are planning to buy a speech recognition software, just check to ensure that a headset is included. There are options now to buy the software with bluetooth headsets as well.
Best wishes -
by TLMinut 7 years ago
My son just told me he wants a device that he can speak into like a tape recorder that converts what he says into bullet points (a list) and dates it. Something that does exactly that probably exists but I wouldn't know anything about it. Does anyone have a suggestion or two?
by Wayne Tully 6 years ago
What speech recognition software would you recommend?speech to text software is amazing so which ones would you recommend.
by Aya Katz 7 years ago
What is the best open source speech recognition software that is available free of charge?I am looking for speech recognition software that could be adjusted to understand the speech of a person with a speech impediment.
by Rajan Singh Jolly 7 years ago
Do you use the text capsules directly to write hubs or do you use word and then copy paste?or do you use some other application?
by JS Matthew 7 years ago
Does anyone use Dragon Naturally Speaking software to create Hubs?
by lmcdermott 7 years ago
Does the Dragon Naturally Speaking Home Version 11 come with a headset?
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