Andrea AudioCommander is a PC audio control panel for enabling: Noise cancellation for microphone and speaker output on our USB headsets. Noise cancellation. Plug your playback device into the green port on the USB-SA. Plug your recording device into the pink port on the USB-SA. Plug the USB-SA into your desktop computer or laptop. Andrea PureAudio USB-MA Sound Card 1. PureAudio USB-MA Sound Card 2. Our Summary:High-fidelity external sound cardwith stereo microphone input.Removes the uncertainty of PCAudio quality and compatibilityissues.Small form factor, about the size ofa thumb drive, is convenient forportability with audio devices.The USB adaptor enables the audiodevice driver platform whichsupports the Andrea.

New Andrea PC Audio Software Bundle Provides Multi-function High Fidelity Audio Operation with Andrea USB Devices.

*Note: Only compatible with Windows 7 and newer versions.

New Andrea PC Audio Software provides the latest Audio Commander and noise cancellation filters for use with all Andrea USB Devices. This install supports Windows.

New improved AudioCommander audio user interface for Andrea USB devices provides the same great features customers have always enjoyed with a new look and feel. Now featuring full bandwidth VU meters for input and output, new PureAudio™ noise reduction filtering for hearing clean audio output as well as new DSDA3™ microphone array beam steering. Including, Side Tone for monitoring your recording and the ability to enable multiple filters independently. AudioCommander is SKYPE certified.

Speaker Playback Features:
Noise Cancellation:
Speaker output is enhanced with Andrea’s PureAudio™ noise reduction for removing noise from your VoIP received audio. By cleaning up the signal you are listening to, you increase intelligibility.

Aggressive Noise Cancellation:
Aggressive PureAudio™ noise reduction on the speaker output to remove even more noise from your VoIP received audio. By cleaning up the signal you are listening to, you increase intelligibility. (Not available on Windows XP)

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Graphic Equalizer:
Includes a high fidelity 10 band Graphic Equalizer with preset selections for the specific control of bass, mid-range and treble audio levels for customizing the sound tone to fit your music type.
Microphone Recording Features:
Stereo Noise Cancellation:
Microphone input has PureAudio™ noise reduction on left and right channels that removes repetitive and stationary noise from your microphone signals as well as electrical buzz from noisy power sources.

Aggressive Stereo Noise Cancellation:
Aggressive PureAudio™ noise reduction on left and right channels that removes even more repetitive and stationary noise from your microphone signals as well as electrical buzz from noisy power sources. (Not available on Windows XP)

Acoustic Echo Cancellation:
EchoStop™ is a full duplex acoustic echo cancelation algorithm enabling both the speaker to broadcast and microphone to transmit simultaneously, turning your PC into a high quality speakerphone. EchoStop™ has PureAudio noise reduction built-in for minimizing annoying background noises to enhance your VoIP communication experience.

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Light Beam Forming:
DSDA2 is a directional beam forming noise reduction software that provides directional array microphone noise reduction. DSDA2 is designed to enable far-field (headset free) speech recognition command and control performance with our SuperBeam array microphone accessory.

Aggressive Beam Forming:
DSDA3™ is an adaptive beam forming noise reduction algorithm that provides extreme directional array microphone noise cancellation performance. Both DSDA2/3 have stationary or manual steering control of beam direction. Enhance VoIP communications and videoconferencing applications for clear conversations in noisy environments without the need for a close talking boom microphone.

Beam Direction:
Beam Direction is a new beam steering feature that enables an accurate manual control to steer the microphone beam to point towards your desired reception direction.

Microphone Boost (not available on all devices):
Microphone Boost provides microphone pre-amplification of up to +30dB of additional input gain to your microphone sensitivity, for picking up even the most faint sounds in your recording environment.

No Filters:
Provides unfiltered true left and right stereo microphone audio input for high fidelity stereo recording.

AudioCommander™ Software Setup Instruction Guide for PC

Windows installation instructions for ANDREA-USB-SA (Note: if you are using Windows XP, please call 609-267-4400)

To install the driver and setup your new microphone, please run the following program:

http://www.soundprodrivers.exe

1 - Plug the USB adapter into the USB port you intend to use and allow Windows to install the driver

2 - Look on your computer taskbar and find the 'Audio Commander' and open it

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3 - The Audio Commander is separated into segments. In the rectangular window of the playback section, click on the word 'Andrea' (do not click the Andrea logo in the top left corner of the Audio Commander). The Windows 'Sound' configuration window will open on the 'Playback' tab

4 - You should see several items listed on this screen. Look for the item with the word 'Andrea' in the description. Double-click on the word 'Andrea' and the 'Speaker Properties' window will open. Click the 'Levels' tab. You should see two level controls (if you only see one level control, the driver did not load correctly. See the troubleshooting section below). Turn both level controls up to maximum and unmute the microphone. Click OK. If the green checkmark is on the 'Andrea' device, find your computer's internal soundcard listed on this screen and right click on it and select 'Set as default device'. The green checkmark will move to your computer's internal soundcard. In the Playback section of the Audio Commander you will see a message that 'This device is not from Andrea Electronics'. This is normal.

5 - Plug your audio device (microphone, mixer, etc) into the pink microphone input jack on the USB adapter

6 - Plug a pair of standard headphones into the green headphone jack on the USB adapter. You should be able to hear your voice in the headphones. This is the 'live monitoring' feature. You can adjust the loudness by adjusting the speaker level control in step 4 above.

7 - Now click on the 'Recording' tab. Double-click on the listing for the 'Andrea' device, click the 'levels' tab and turn the level control up to 100. Click OK. Click OK again to close this window.

8 - Back in the Audio Commander, in the recording section, look for a small box on the right side of the Audio Commander called 'microphone enhancements'. Deselect all boxes except 'Noise cancellation'. Leave this box checked. These settings should be a good place to start for most recording situations. You will ultimately set the recording level control on the Audio Commander by looking at the recording levels in your software. All of the court reporting software programs have recording level meters to help you select the right recording level. A recording level set too high will result in scratchy, distorted sound. A recording level set too low will result in a recording that is too quiet.

9 - In the audio recorder section (at the bottom of the Audio Commander), click the record button and make a short test recording. Click stop. Click play. You should hear your recording coming through your computer speakers. If you do not hear anything, follow troubleshooting steps below. If you want to adjust the playback volume, do this with the volume control in the 'playback' section near the top of the Audio Commander. You can now close the Audio Commander.

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This completes the standard driver installation and setup

In your software, you will need to set the audio parameters. The terminology may vary somewhat, depending on the software you are using. These are the optimum audio settings for high quality audio:

Audio Input Device (or recording device): Andrea USB Audio Device
File Format: PCM (or WAVE)
Sample Rate: 22,050Hz (or 22.050kHz)
Bit rate: 16
Number of channels: 1 (mono)

Note: The most important part of getting a good recording with any microphone is to get the proper recording level. Most software has a recording level meter visible when you are recording. Make sure that the microphone recording level is adjusted so that you see the recording level bouncing back and forth when people are talking. If the level meter hardly shows at all, you need to raise the recording level. If the levels are so high that you see the red lines (in Case Catalyst) or squared-off waveforms (in Eclipse), then lower the recording level.

Important:

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1 - Always plug in your USB adapter before opening your audio recording software. If you unplug the USB device at any time, you will need to restart the software for the USB device to be recognized.

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2 - When you setup a USB adapter, the settings are retained for that USB port only. Any port that you want to use must be set up the first time you use it.

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