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    a good button mic?

    I know that the logitech's are good, but they are kinda big. AND I was thinking if you use a button mic, you can clip it to your shirt or put it back on its little cradle.

    Anyone know of a good one with canceling abilities?
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    Quote Originally Posted by -zip-
    I know that the logitech's are good, but they are kinda big. AND I was thinking if you use a button mic, you can clip it to your shirt or put it back on its little cradle.

    Anyone know of a good one with canceling abilities?
    A bluetooth headset

    The base of the 1/8" logitech has nothing in it (don't know if the same about the USB version). You can easily remove the base. My guess is that its also easy to remove the actual MIC from the logitech, but I can't guarantee that.

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    I bought this peice of crap > http://www.officemax.com/max/solutio...BlockOID=47591

    It works very, very well if you have your hands cupped around the microphone and no music is playing. YMMV. It's worth about the 3 bucks I paid for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0l33l
    A bluetooth headset

    The base of the 1/8" logitech has nothing in it (don't know if the same about the USB version). You can easily remove the base. My guess is that its also easy to remove the actual MIC from the logitech, but I can't guarantee that.
    hmmm hacking mics is fun . OK will try that first Muahahaha

    Oh btw thanks for the IGuidance fix. NaviVoice is now humming along..

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    Quote Originally Posted by omar
    I bought this peice of crap > http://www.officemax.com/max/solutio...BlockOID=47591

    It works very, very well if you have your hands cupped around the microphone and no music is playing. YMMV. It's worth about the 3 bucks I paid for it.
    I had that mic before. It still worked ok until I decided t osee what is made of
    Quote Originally Posted by -zip-
    hmmm hacking mics is fun . OK will try that first Muahahaha

    Oh btw thanks for the IGuidance fix. NaviVoice is now humming along..

    Now to dig deeper into this awsome program.
    Explore the XML file. For instance, if you don't have IG embedded, you can run it FULLSCREEN!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0l33l
    A bluetooth headset

    The base of the 1/8" logitech has nothing in it (don't know if the same about the USB version). You can easily remove the base. My guess is that its also easy to remove the actual MIC from the logitech, but I can't guarantee that.
    i got the usb one $31 and just hacked it to peices so now i can install it in the A pillar. it has a circit board on the base.
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    Niiice ok gonna try that with the non-usb one
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    Yea it would probaly be a lot easier with non usb since you probably dont need to extend the cables.
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    Sweet! Thanks for the pics

    Now I know that the USB mic has a PCB.

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