We give the
entire SpeechWare TableMike series our "Best in Class" award. While
there are important functionality differences between the 3 models,
they all share characteristics that set them apart from all other
table-mounted microphones on the market, including: 1) Auto-gain
technology allowing automatic mic volume adjustments when changing
distance from the mic, 2) outstanding digital signal processing to
eliminate noise, 3) unique ability to use this microphone from
distances between 10 and 20 inches and 4) a highly intuitive and
functional "TableMike Configuration Application" which allows
simple programming of accessory buttons. See the video below for a
"hands on" comparison of the 3 models.
Push Button Simplicity! All of our current
generation SpeechWare TableMikes feature newly designed
push-buttons which are large, visible and respond to a gentle push.
In addition, the newly released "TableMike Configuration Utility"
allows programming of the two volume buttons to affect up to six
actions including initiating Dragon commands, Dragon Hotkeys, and
emulation of computer key-strokes in all Windows applications,
including versions of Dragon.
This is the
"third generation" TableMike from SpeechWare and the result of
several years of the best Belgian engineering and input from a
number experienced speech recognition users/resellers including
Chuck Runquist, Larry Allen, Lunis Orcutt and Speech Recognition
Solutions. Unique to this most recent build of the TableMike is
larger, more easily pushed buttons which allow very simple use of
the volume buttons with the TableMike Configuration Utility
(available as free download).
This is the
intermediate of the three TableMikes and included a longer more
flexible boom and an on-board speaker. This microphone has all the
features of the 3-in-1 (see description above) plus:
If you need a
speaker but don't need the extra USB port or card reader which come
with the 9-in-1, this is the perfect table-mounted microphone for
How does this
compare with other table-mounted microphones on the market? We sell
these other products and, honestly, the TableMikes are in a league
of their own. But at a cost. We strongly believe, though, that you
are getting what you pay for with this microphone. The construction
is of the highest quality. The microphone element is highly
sensitive yet tempered as needed by the auto-gain technology, and
the digital signal processing assists hugely in negating external
(and internal noise).
Warranty: 1 year (extension to 2 years if you
From Mark DiLella of Indianapolis, Indiana on 2/14/2015.
I purchased this microphone for medical dictation in a noisy clinic environment. The localized mic pick-up seems to work well. I use Dragon Enterprise Medical 10.1, and struggled to get the microphone registered with the software initially.
From Anonymous of Delray Beach, Florida on 10/23/2014.
Best mike of the many I have used. I immediately saw a very substantial increase in speed and accuracy. Now I can concentrate on my work instead of being distracted by recognition errors and slow speed.
The one that works
From Jeff Zuhl of Phoenix, Arizona on 9/24/2014.
After a long search for the right system for dragon dictating I found something that works! Headphones were a pain and with free hands I can use my computer or answer the phone quickly. Speechware works with fewer mistakes and faster speed than all the systems I have. Worth the price for increasing productivity and decreasing frustration of poor systems.
From Anonymous of Cleveland, Ohio on 9/20/2014.
Ordering was easy, received as promised
6/2/2015 – Can the 6-in-1 be used in place of a 3-in-1 without a problem? Can the speaker be turned off? The 3-in-1 is out of stock . . .
Response From Speech Recognition Solutions: Yes you can use the 6-in-1 in place of the 3-in-1 and can choose to not have sound come out of the speaker.
8/22/2014 – If you plug a handheld speechmike into the USB port would it become the recording device instead of the boom?
Response From Speech Recognition Solutions: Yes, if you plug another USB microphone into the USB port on the 6-in-1 it would likely become the default sound device. This would happen regardless of which USB port you connect to (on the 6-in-1 or elsewhere on your computer). If you have the 6-in-1 installed and want to move to another USB microphone (including a SpeechMike) we recommend that you plug it into one of the primary USB ports and not simply piggy-back it to the TableMike.
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