What microphones are certified for use with Dragon for Mac?

The list below represents microphones that have been tested for speech recognition quality with the Mac products.  These microphones are high-quality, noise-canceling and compatible with Mac OS X.  Microphones must connect to you Mac through USB, either directly or through a high-aulity USB adapter.Note: This list includes some product that have been discontinued by their…

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What type of audio files can you use to transcribe using Dragon NaturallySpeaking v10.1?

Question: “What type of audio files can you use to transcribe using Dragon NaturallySpeaking v10.1?”Dragon NaturallySpeaking allows you to dictate while away from your computer and have the software transcribe your recorded speech. Dragon will accept the following file formats: MP3 Files (.mp3) Wave Files (.wav) WMA Files (.wma) DSS Files (.dss) Fun Fact: You…

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When remotely connecting to Dragon NaturallySpeaking V12, how many connections can I have at a time?

Dragon NaturallySpeaking V12 Professional & Legal provides Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7 Ultimate Server include the ability to enable audio redirection from a remote desktop connection into the server. For Dragon 12 users, this allows speech recognition to take place over the network when Remote Desktop Connection version 7 (or higher) is…

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