|Item Model Number||K669|
|Product Dimensions||12.4 x 6.6 x 18.5 cm; 300 Grams|
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Fifine Usb Podcast Condenser Microphone Recording On Laptop No Need Sound Card Interface and Phantom Power.(K669)
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|Frequency range||20 hz - 20 khz|
|Audio sensitivity||34 dB|
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- 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.( Not compatible with Xbox and Phones )
- 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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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 Applications Studio Vocals, Speech, Instruments, Podcasts, Desktop Recording Specifications: Power supply: 5V Polar Pattern: Uni-directional Frequency Response: 20Hz-20kHz Sensitivity: -34dB30%(at 1kHz) Load impedance: 1000 Equivalent Noise level: 16Dba Max.SPL: 130Db(at 1kHz1% T.H.D) S/N Ratio: 78Db Electrical current: 3Ma
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... from what I've been able to hear, it has a sound output very near to my own voice. Which is good. Just like the Gatekeeper, I have a lovely singing voice. However, it doesn't sound all that different than when I'm using my JBL E55BT headset. In fact, there's a little something worse than my headset's audio pickup: the FiFine picks up a lot of ambient noises.
A lot. I first tested the audio out in an enclosed room in a busy office. The mic picked up my voice from as far away as I could run the USB cable, even if the output was significantly lower in volume. But whether the mic was 5 feet away or 5 inches away, it picked up the goings on outside my door. It even picked up road traffic from about 40 feet away. And that's not all! It also picked up the rustling of my clothes and my keyboard typing - pretty much everything.
For the rave reviews I was expecting better.
So, I went to the FiFine website and read up on this. Turn the volume knob down on the device. Check. Turned it down to about the 1/3 area. Turn the volume capture down on my computer. Check. Turned it down, as well. I played with a number of settings trying to find the right set-up to capture my voice without capturing everything else as I'm almost never in a soundproofed room or have control over my environment. I finally settled on 1/3 on the FiFine knob and about 1/4 on the computer.
Is this perfect? No. For two reasons: it means I have to have the mic in my face in order to pick up my voice and I don't like things that close to my face unless we're being intimate or I'm eating.
And from perusing the comments and reviews here, I can see this ambient sound issue is par-for-course. But, people with far more experience in vocal recording seem to think it's great, so I don't know if there's something I'm missing or maybe I'm just expecting too much.
On a positive note: I like that it comes with it's own stand and the full metal construction makes me believe it will be durable. Granted, other reviewers indicate that may not be the case. And it worked in my Chomebook. I tried using Audacity via the built-in Linux on my Chromebook, but apparently sound recording via Linux to Audacity is still hit-or-miss and I missed. Through the Chromebook itself, though, there don't seem to be many problems. If you're using a Chromebook and can't get it to work, you might want to check all the USB ports and they're not all the same. At least on my ASUS.
I highly recommending investing in something a little more...name brand/expensive because this is cheap, horrible quality, and everytime you start up your pc, you are rolling the dice until it decides to die on you.