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    Quote Originally Posted by parksgm View Post
    Thank you kindly, sir.

    Now, has it changed the way you interact with SD significantly, or do you still use the touchscreen?
    with just 3 supported commands, vs. the 50, 80? that SD has by default, I'd find it hard to believe that it would change interfacing with SD significantly at this point...but that's just my take.

    I don't think I'll actually install this until their commands are supported WITH the native SD commands. I use those too much to be able to live without them at this point.

    My 2 cents...

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    Quote Originally Posted by S4Per View Post
    with just 3 supported commands, vs. the 50, 80? that SD has by default, I'd find it hard to believe that it would change interfacing with SD significantly at this point...but that's just my take.

    I don't think I'll actually install this until their commands are supported WITH the native SD commands. I use those too much to be able to live without them at this point.

    My 2 cents...

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    Thats probably a good call. Think I am going to help with the beta though.
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    ..and that's a good call to help on the beta.

    I'm going to write their support and ask some questions re: when what will be supported, RTM timelines, etc. I'll post back if I find anything out.

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    FYI - got a response from Onev, and someone from their staff should be answering questions here shortly, posting user guide, etc.

    FWIW, needing to install S2P in addition to MV4SD in order to get MV4SD to work, is not by design, and they're looking at the issue.

    -Per

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    cant wait!

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    Quote Originally Posted by S4Per View Post
    FYI - got a response from Onev, and someone from their staff should be answering questions here shortly, posting user guide, etc.

    FWIW, needing to install S2P in addition to MV4SD in order to get MV4SD to work, is not by design, and they're looking at the issue.

    -Per
    Sorry hadn't been around, been setting up my electronics "garage sale" over at epay. lol

    Good deal! Was hoping we could get them here.
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    Hello everyone,

    This is Justin from One Voice Technologies. Hope everyone had a great 4th of July weekend. We are glad to see everyone getting involved in the beta process and wanted to keep you updated with what is going on here.

    1) We are looking into the installation issue. There should be absolutely no need to install Say2Play in order to get MV4SD to accept voice commands. The requirements are version 1.1.0.6 of SD or higher, and .NET 2.0. There is a possiblity that this is merely a microphone issue, being that it might not be set up properly, and since Audio Wizard runs automatically with Say2Play, you may be forcing MV4SD to work. We are still looking into this and will post again when we have more.

    2) The user guide can be seen by visiting the following link. Here you will find a list of commands, as well as the Audio Wizard tutorial which should get StreetDeck accepting your voice commands.

    www.onev.com/download/SD_Beta_User_Guide.pdf

    If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at [email protected]. A few of us here will be monitoring the forum frequently and will assist with all that we can. If you need assistance right away, feel free to e-mail me directly at the e-mail listed below. I thank you for your time and effort, and happy testing.

    Respectfully,

    Justin Betyar
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    Here is information on a head to head test of the Andrea Superbeam Array microphone....

    http://www.andreaelectronics.com/Buy...beam_Array.htm
    $34.95 from Andreaelectronics....

    but if you want USB, they sell it here in the store for $59.95, and comes with the stereo USB adapter if you want to go with USB. Doubt my built in noise stuff would work through USB. Giving these guys credit, though, andrea sells the same setup for the same price.

    http://www.andreaelectronics.com/Buy...tDesc/SUMA.htm

    And the competitor is.....

    The RadioShack "I'm too crappy to even make the website, but I look like this" Mic..

    http://www.radioshack.com/product/in...entPage=search

    Mine is white. $12.99, no USB setup, but you could use that Andrea thingy with it I'm sure. both use the same plug.

    Conditions: 350Z, windows up but with lots of road noise. Both are using the computers built in noise/echo cancellation and both go through the microsoft voice setup at road speeds (This papaya tastes perfect, dammit).

    The return sound (That papaya tastes perfect) is good and clear from both mics with no evidence of noise or echo.

    If I had to pick a winner, the RadioShack would win hands down on price, clarity, and accuracy.

    Now for One Voice report card. Keep in mind I haven't seen a manual, so I have no idea if I have it right.

    Andrea Mic: About 20% accuracy at speed
    RadioShack mic: About 45% Accuracy at speed

    And finally.....

    For Sale: Andrea Superbeam Array Microphone with USBD-2A usb device. Retails for $89.95, I'll sacrifice it for $65.00, free shipping to anywhere in the USA. Gawd, why did I listen to those people. Unfortunately, I can't legally quote the exact thread, but S4Per should remember it.
    Please note severe sarcasm in this "FS ad" and it should not be confused with any REAL ad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JustinONEV View Post
    Hello everyone,

    This is Justin from One Voice Technologies. Hope everyone had a great 4th of July weekend. We are glad to see everyone getting involved in the beta process and wanted to keep you updated with what is going on here.

    1) We are looking into the installation issue. There should be absolutely no need to install Say2Play in order to get MV4SD to accept voice commands. The requirements are version 1.1.0.6 of SD or higher, and .NET 2.0. There is a possiblity that this is merely a microphone issue, being that it might not be set up properly, and since Audio Wizard runs automatically with Say2Play, you may be forcing MV4SD to work. We are still looking into this and will post again when we have more.
    The installation problem was 2-fold I believe. When installing s2p, there seemed to be files like .net stuff and MSHTML (whatever that is) that needed to be installed but the SD install didn't check or install anything. Secondly, when installing the streetdeck plugin, there wasn't any mic tuning, so I am guessing, because of that, it wouldn't work properly.

    Going to read the manual so I can speak from an "educated" view. Thanks for the info!

    Edit:
    Ok, I see the problem. After installation, there is no tray icon or audio tuneup installed (done on 2 separate computers. Anyone else?). That's why I was installing S2P to use it's tuneup. But even that only came up once. The tray icon for S2P doesn't offer anything. WOW, we are supposed to have all those commands?

    Other issues:
    1. SD was a 3 second startup, now seems a little slower at times.
    2. After startup, the internal voice commands work first, and then the OneVoice takes over.
    3. Not sure what the "plan" is, but the digital mod under setup doesn't offer anything. I'm guessing it's "locked" until the final release, but just so you know.
    3b. We are going to be able to set our own commands at some time, correct? I use "minimize", "toggle full screen" A LOT (troubleshooting).
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    At your request danielkh, thread cleaned.
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