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Top 5 Positive Customer Reviews for karaoke microphone pc
I am a professional sound engineer and I have used these mics for many years in many situations and I am always pleased by the results. They stand up well on a stage shared with Sure 's and other mics costing a lot more. I have used them on instruments, vocals, conferences, hand held...etc. ALways a great result! I have engineered massive rooms and put these through huge amplifiers and they give a great sounds and have decent off axis rejection (very directional).
This is an awesome USB microphone. The sound quality is incredible whether you are using it for voice over, skyping, recording music, or anything else you choose. The plug and play makes it really easy, you don't have to go looking for a download, it takes care of itself. The device itself is quality materials all the way around as well as being well engineered. I've used it for a variety of purposes and been more than pleased. One of my granddaughters even recorded herself singing so she could play it back and know how she sounded, allowing her to make improvements where needed. The sound is crisp and clear and it keeps background static out and you can easily adjust the volume. I would say if you are in the market for a usb mic for any reason, this is a great choice.
This microphone is solid! Rugged construction, durable microphone stand, will not tip over quickly. Sound quality is great! Podcast set perfect. The gain control knob on the microphone is a great feature. When I took this out of the box, I fell in love. It looks amazing. I use this to make my game video, sounds good, but I suggest you make a popular filter. They did improve their voice. It can not be easier to use. I highly recommend this microphone.
arrived perfect. Backwards rotating volume and echo is only real flaw. XLR jack surprisingly fits nice and snug and locks securely. It came with an iPhone type TRRS 3.5mm adapter for separating mic and headphones into an iPhone which is great. I tested thru 2.0 speakers and powered mic by a USB Cell phone external battery bank/charger but mic doesn't draw enough current in between words to keep battery bank from auto shitting down so will get small battery bank to mate iphone. Hooked up to Dell PC windows 10. mic worked in back jack with a USB 1.5 amp charger for extra amperes. It sounded Great at 0 db gain and with a 30 db boost on PC and mic volume cranked easily picked up from across room. Maybe a little less sound quality than a true 48v XLR BM800 but plenty of gain from 5 Volts. Echo knob in way of a damping mount. Stand, 2 size mount and windscreen fits great. Voice is heard in front (and back), not sides and top. Nice bass and clear highs. Very happy with purchase.