CrispMic USB Array Microphones

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CrispMic USB Array Microphones

  • 4-sensor microphone array with built-in DSP
  • USB plug and play; no software required
  • Portable: clips on laptop/LCD or mounts on stand
  • Light ON: optimized for speech recognition
  • Light OFF: optimized for speech communications and VoIP apps, esp. in noisy environments

Benefits

Taking notes while listening to a conversation.

Buying Guide Questions

  • Does the cell phone ear piece stay on your head?
  • Does the cell phone headset work in a car environment? Truck? On the streets?

CrispMic is a highly directional, USB plug-and-play array microphone that provides crisp, clear, noise-reduced speech. Developed by Li Creative Technologies, CrispMic is designed for optimal use with speech recognition software, Skype®, conference call software, and VoIP software.

Advanced acoustic beam forming and noise reduction on its multiple microphones allow the user to capture clean speech signals regardless of their noisy background environment – at home, at work, or outdoors.

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One Response to “CrispMic USB Array Microphones

  • Review by Joshua Woods

    I use this product several times a week to record meetings at the work place. Not only does it significantly reduce background noise through acoustic beam forming and active noise reduction, but it enhances the speech of anybody talking into it. Most microphone arrays I considered were at least 5 times the size and 3 times the price. The coolest thing about this mic is that it has two little spring clips on the back which can be attached to either the front or the back of a laptop/flat panel LCD screen. I tested it on both the front and back of the computer screen and it works the same either way. Brilliant! It also works really well from a distance of a meter or so, which cannot be said for other mic more expensive mics. The CrispMic requires virtually no set up, just plug it in and use it.

    I was initially confused by the button function since it has a power symbol on it, but after I figured it out, it’s no problem. Just read the short easy to follow user manual and voila! The stand is nice, but since I have a laptop, I just clip it right to my Macbook. I think this would also be great with Dragon Naturally Speaking software.

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