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Seller ended up contacting me back. Sent a replacement product that arrived quickly so I appreciated that. The product works well, it has a volume control button that is nice to control how loud it sounds to others. I have been told that my voice sounds clear and not distorted. Also no need for a filter, and it doesn't pick up other external noises like the people upstairs stomping around. It is sturdy, but not too heavy, the base is nice and small so it doesn't take up a lot of room on my desk. I am overall quite happy with the product. It would be nice if they offered the option of a carry case for it for when I travel and need to have online meetings.
I have been trying bluetooth headset+mic, headphones+mic (even company recommended ones), lavelier clip microphones......for dragon medical voice converter.....nothing is better than this mic. There is very little misregistration of voice...compared with the rest of the aforementioned ones.
Honestly I was looking for a decent mic for a while before I found a random YouTube review about the k670b. At first I was skeptical how a single mic that everyone praised was so unknown, but after looking it up and doing some research of my own I decided to buy it. the first day I set it up I had some difficulties. Eventually I found the settings that worked for me and I stand by my decision. The only gripes I have for the k670 are simply that I could not use the headphone port in the microphone without hearing my voice. I tried many different settings in Microsoft sound manager to change that, but I was unable to. And also I would recommend that you purchase an arm with proper dampening material because if I bump my knee on my desk without talking it picks up the sound and continues to stay on indefinitely picking up excess noise from around the room. If I don't hit the desk I find no issues but for whatever reason the moment I do it stays on the entire time. lastly its not a big deal but if you put your computer to sleep rather than fully shutting down the blue light from the mic stays on the entire time, kind of annoying but not terrible.
This microphone is very, very good. I replaced an aged Snowball Ice and I immediately got comments about how "pro" my audio sounded on Google Meet or Zoom. It doesn't need to be right in front of my face to pick up my voice and if it's further away, it doesn't pick up the room as bad as my previous mic. Overall I'm extremely happy with it and am considering buying a second one for my other computer.
Tried a few similarly priced USB microphones from Maono etc and Fifine is clearly better for both voice and music. Quality is similar to AKG Lyra which I already have, but is much higher priced. Unfortunately Youtube reviews for some reason were unable to clearly document these differences. Hopefully you won't have to go through what I went through to figure this out. If you need stereo recording, then AKG Lyra is a good choice. Otherwise, this Fifine works similarly for mono recording.
I bought the mic to use for Podcasts and Conference Calls. It is very clear, but overly sensitive. It picks up surrounding sounds: the flipping of a sheet of paper, to the click of the mouse. So, when in use, I am cautious of my movements, and it works great for my needs. It has a volume control button which help. One feature I really don't care for is having to plug in my earphones to hear what it actually sound like. 4.5
I use this for online lectures and recording voice over, and it's good enough that I have no need for something more expensive. All around great microphone if you're first getting serious about audio or podcasting.