Plantronics DSP-100 USB Speech Recognition PC Headseats

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Plantronics DSP-100 USB Speech Recognition PC Headseats

  • PC headset with ultra-sensitive noise-canceling microphone
  • Convenient USB connection, sleek, stylish design
  • QuickAdjust microphone lets you position the microphone easily
  • Plantronics digital signal processing improves speech accuracy
  • Comes with speech recognition software
  • PC and Macintosh compatible

Benefits

A cell phone headset provides a hands free option for cellular communication as you go through life’s duties.

Questions to Consider

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

A USB, PC/Mac compatible headset with single headphone & boom microphone that is designed for use with speech recognition software. In-line digital control for mute & volume. USB interface for both PC & Macintosh computers. A perfect choice for Internet telephony, Web chat, and voice- and speech-recognition applications, Plantronics’ lightweight, monaural DSP-100 USB headset ensures accurate speech recognition, and unmatched clarity.

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2 Responses to “Plantronics DSP-100 USB Speech Recognition PC Headseats

  • Review by David Amdal "Global Man"

    Skype is hot for overseas calls (free) but you need a quality mic and earphones. This DSP-100 combines both and is just plug-and-play: stick it into the USB port on Mac or Windows devices and you’re ready to talk. (The Mac is easier, no driver needed but included with the Plantronics headset anyway.)

    fits over one ear so you can hear normally with the other. And mono is just fine for VOIP phone calls anyway. Full noise-cancelling and digital. Excellent value.

  • Review by Anonymous

    Been using this on Win2K machine for over a year. Does pretty good job for voice recognition in Dragon, and it’s not the most expensive USB headset. Recognition with this is definitely better than analog (non-USB) headset going thru a soundcard. Only drag is that the Plantronics software is not up to snuff — fairs poorly in comparison to the headset (which is of pretty good quality). I initially had trouble getting the software to recognize the headset at all, and Plantronics support was unhelpful — as mentioned elsewhere their knee-jerk response is that “it must be your fault, go away.” Have overcome their software problems by ignoring their configuation software and just setting up in target application (e.g., in Dragon).

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