[Athen] wireless mics with NaturallySpeaking

Phillip Goodman goodman at eri-wi.org
Mon Oct 11 11:31:46 PDT 2010

Hi Howard

I don't much use Blue Tooth but I do use some hands free mics. I like the
Andrea Soundmax Superbeam (www.andreaelectronis.com
<http://www.andreaelectronis.com/> ) . It is like a desktop mic but it is
small enough to rest on a laptop lid or an LCD monitor. They have different
versions and I use the bundle with the USB external audio card in my office
with very good results. They aren't the solution for all hands free
situations but check them out and see if they would work for your client.

Phillip A. Goodman B.S. OTR/L

4126 Lien Rd. suite 104

Madison, WI 53704


From: Howard Kramer [mailto:hkramer.atsol at gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, October 11, 2010 12:58 PM
To: Access Technology Higher Education Network
Subject: [Athen] wireless mics with NaturallySpeaking

I'm working with a private client who has limited use of his hands. I'm
working on setting him up with naturallyspeaking 11. He already uses a
bluetooth headset for his phone. Does anyone have recommendations for what
equipment would be needed on the computer end to receive the voice input
from the bluetooth. I know you can purchase a wireless system with a mic
from Nuance but what do you do if you already have a microphone.

Thanks in advance,


Howard Kramer
AHG Conference Coordinator
Access Specialist
fax: 492-5601
Disability Services
Division of ODECE- achieving excellence through diversity and inclusion

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