SpeechWare USB TravelMike™ with Base & Hub
SpeechWare USB TravelMike™ with Base & Hub

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SpeechWare USB TravelMike™ with Base & Hub

Regular price €319,00 Sale price €299,00
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  • Most portable, smallest, lightest and innovative Desktop microphone for notebooks and tablets in market
  • Pivoting, detachable and exchangeable snub-nosed (7.5 cm - 3″) microphone (the TabletMike)
  • Available with either the USB MultiAdapter featuring the SpeechWare VoiceMatic V10 chipset for same performance as the TableMike, or the basic USB Adapter
  • Same award-winning capsule as the TableMike
  • Special USB male to female 90 degrees fixed angle connector to keep the USB Adapter or MultiAdapter in a upright position
  • Additional 19 cm - 7.5” USB cable extension
  • Spare windshield
  • Bundled certified USB 2.0 to USB Type-C converter for MacBooks 
  • Rigid elegant case for easy storage and transport
  • Bundle USB hub, with 4 USB ports one of which a fast USB 3.0, as well as hiding retractable cable, to be used as a desktop base.

Best USB Travel or Portable microphone for speech

Not all audio hardware is created equal. Unlike most audio devices in the market, and similarly to the TableMikes, the TravelMikes have also been specifically designed and manufactured for maximum performance with speech. The combined effect of the industry first ‘Speech Equaliser (EQ)’ and the ‘Automatic Gain Control (AGC)’ or Amplifier is crucially important for speech in general and Dragon NaturallySpeaking® in particular. In fact, keeping always the same dictation distance is not so important like with conventional microphones: as you move away, it automatically increases its volume! We call this exclusive feature “SpeechMatic”.
Besides have you noticed how the blue bar of the Dragon Audio Setup Wizard bounces up and down when running it? Human voice never maintain a steady volume level so Dragon has to make an educated guess and this may affect accuracy. This essential design problem is also and mostly solved with the aforementioned technology.
In another words, besides excellent dictation technique, accuracy is very much dependent of getting a highly constant and proportionate human voice spectrum or diagram (the green bars below), not to mention an imperceptible level of internal or background noise (the yellow bars), when running the Wizard, like the TravelMike will always provide:

Beware of all those general purpose audio devices not built for speech recognition or poorly designed, that promise you a high degree of background noise rejection at the expense of a noticeable loss or drop out in your voice spectrum, as well as most Bluetooth wireless devices which are not even capable of handling human voice overtones!…