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Hi folks. I've been really pleased with my B200T since it arrived late last year, except for the Linguatronic on the Command system. I've noticed that the Linguatronic often gets the sounds of letters wrong, casing it to mispell/misread what I'm telling it. Could this problem be solved by running an Individualisation on the system? Anyone tried this? How do I go about doing it? Would definitely appreciate your help and advice. Thanks.
 

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The WIS says this about the Voice Control System (VCS aka Linguatronic):
If the system has difficulty recognizing voice commands spoken by certain users, subsequesnt training of the system will improve its recognition rate.
Maybe the system wants you to say the commands more clearly (and politely)...

I found something here about VCS individualization...

Using individualisation, you can fine tune LINGUATRONIC to your own voice and thus improve voice recognition. This means that other users' voices will not be recognised as easily and, therefore, this function can be switched off.

Individualisation comprises two parts and takes approximately 5 minutes. It consists of training the system to recognise a certain number of digit sequences and voice commands.
 
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