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I am looking for a nice speech to text program, I'd like it to work with the on board mic, and a wireless headset hooked up to the MacBook.



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Dragon Naturally Speaking is the golden standard in this area, in the same way that Photoshop is the golden standard in image editing. It is strongly recommended.

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