USB Studio Recording Microphone
1.Record studio-quality audio directly to your computer
2.Excellent for vocals and instruments
3.Podcast over the internet
4.Create your own audio for video
5.Record your own songs
6.Simply plug in and start recording
7.Windows and Macintosh compatible

Studio Vocals, Speech, Instruments, Podcasts, Desktop Recording

Power supply: 5V
Polar Pattern: Uni-directional
Frequency Response: 20Hz-20kHz
Sensitivity: -34dB±30%(at 1kHz)
Load impedance: ≥1000Ω
Equivalent Noise level: 16Dba
Max.SPL: 130Db(at 1kHz≤1% T.H.D)
S/N Ratio: 78Db
Electrical current: 3Ma

Product Features

  • Plug and play USB podcast microphone work with Mac and Windows(Vista, XP), USB-powered design,eliminate the need for an external 48V phantom power source.
  • PC microphone with volume control knob, make output volume easy controlled(volume up ,down and mute),good option of recording studio microphone for broadcasting..
  • Sturdy, durability metal construction USB microphone for computer with adjustable tripod desk stand and 6 feet long USB cable for secure and easily portable tabletop use.
  • Cardioid polar pattern USB microphone for recording improves audio recording on YouTube or recording software Audacity.
  • Sensitive vocal desktop microphone make clear voiceovers,work great for podcast,Skype chat,talking with friends while playing games and streaming, push-to-talk VoIP program, ask “Cortana”.

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This article has 3 comments

  1. Anonymous

    Lighter, better looking and over all better sound than the Yeti. I was skeptical of this mic despite the glowing reviews – even the limited reviews on youtube are good, with most finding that the limitations of the microphone are far fewer than it’s benefit – which, frankly, is it’s price. I picked it up for $24 dollars on a flash sale, but it’s well worth the normal price for how it sounds.I picked it up with the Neewer NB-35 Microphone boom arm (which is PERFECT for this microphone, btw and comes with a pop filter!) Less than 50 bucks for a…

  2. Anonymous

    Loud and clear! My review is a bit unconventional for this product as this microphone mostly seems to be used for creating music, and I’m not a musician; I’m just a gamer who hates having to wear those uncomfortable gaming headsets during raid. I have tried various standalone mics, but none of them have worked out to my liking. After trying multiple mics that either didn’t pick up my voice clearly enough, picked up everything around me except my voice, or picked up nothing at all, I came across this gem of a…

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