Combining with the cardioid pattern, the highs-favored calibration marks the most prominent feature-clarity. Thus, compared with other USB condenser mic, it has more remarkable sound focusing and picks up more details up the top for voice-over, vocal-recording.
The volume control will help steal the show. Because it allows quick adjustment on the fly to keep consistent audio, your teammates or viewers will not hear any uncomfortable to their ears. You can even turn the dial all the way down to get it worked as a mute button to kill off the mic.
One of your first investments should be something like the FIFINE K669. For just $34, it's pretty hard to beat. Overall sound, really good, but it's a bit lacking in the noise isolation department.
For 30 bucks, it's a very very good desktop microphone. If you're gaming, talking to your friends, streaming anything like that, I think it sounds really really good for just 30 bucks.
It actually sound very good for the price. My vocals are pronounced and clear. From what I can hear, it's pretty impressive for the price.
It's very good for casual hangout to your friends on Skype or Discord. You want your friends to hear you well, this would be a perfect budget option.
|Sensitivity||-34d±30% (at 1kHz)|
|Bit Rate & Sample Rate||16 bit 48kHz|
|Power Supply||5V USB power|
|Output Connection||USB 2.0|
|Shipping Weight||0.6 kg|