Excellent Dictation Headset - Well Worth the Money
Posted by Angela on Apr 2nd 2018
I never thought I'd spend $50 on a headset -- and I'm so glad I did.
The Professional WordCommander is extremely well-designed and constructed. The noise-cancelling microphone is extremely sensitive, but isn't thrown off by background noise. The entire headset is lightweight and well-balanced.
Also, it's almost too easy to use: I plugged it into my CPU, clicked the microphone button - that's it! No software to load, no adapters, etc.
The boom on the mic is super-easy to adjust, and once it's in place, it doesn't move unless you change it. I did have to get used to the mic being so close to my lips, but that took just a couple of uses.
It's one of the few Mac/OS X compatible word-to-text headsets, and there have been no connection glitches at all.
I highly recommend this headset, but here's why I gave it 4, not 5, stars: the headband on the headset. It may not be big enough for a man (or woman) with a large head. My heads isn't particularly large, yet I have have it on the largest size and it's snug -- though not too snug, fortunately. Perhaps it will stretch a bit with use, but several people on Amazon have discussed this challenge.
Last but not least - TVPS has GREAT customer assistance. I chatted briefly in an online conversation with one of the TVPS team and got exactly the information I needed - and quickly.