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|Transducer||Back Condenser Type|
|Frequency Response||20Hz to 16kHz|
|Dynamic Range (Typical)||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Maximum Input Sound Level||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Power Requirements||Draws power from USB port|
|Output Impedance||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
USB Output 1/8" (3.5mm) Stereo Headphone
Input: 1/8" (3.5mm) Stereo Instrument/Line
|Low Frequency Roll-Off||No|
|Dimensions (LxDiameter)||6.32 x 2.87" (160.5 x 73mm)|
|Weight||1.38 lbs (0.626 kg)|
A lot of people have commented on the background noise level on this mic. The thing I found is that this is affected by what USB cable you use with it. With the cable I was using at first, it was pretty bad. When I switched to a higher quality cable, it made a substantial improvement.
The sound is excellent. I love the feature on the mic that turns the display light from green to red when you get too close to it, letting you know that the sound will be garbled in recording. I'm a vocalist and I must say that this mic preforms excellently.
to record and get sound through both speakers you must turn left switch to mono and right switch to inst/mic then you need to go to the MXL website and download the usb recorder to make it work with audacity so then you record with the usb recorder software and then you make an mp3 of your recording...
I bought this mic mainly for vocal recording.I'm still surprised how clear it sounds,fuming mad that it only records in mono.But And easy fix with a DAW program.
this captured my voice faithfully but with a bit of noise is added to it ,cannot keep the mic sensitivity to infinity as the noise is very high, mic sens knob should only be kep at 70 % becuase its sensitive to indirect sounds.
Have you ever wanted to pursue a singing carrer? Millions of people in the world have a dream about the fame and fortune that comes with an exciting life of singing. But like most other things, singing is a buisness carrer. And you guessed it, buisnesses require special equipment and money.
I should have guessed. This is a microphone that costs $160 and it sounds like it. This is hands-down the WORST microphone I have ever used. And I have used many in my thirty-five years as a professional radio and television voice-over announcer. It looks great but it is GARBAGE!
The sound quality is excellent. It is crystal clear for recording Rap/R&B vocals. Ill Rate it a 9 b/c it dosent sound like a lil wayne track or anything lol, but if you ever heard of the joka, it sounds just as 6ood as we do it for fun part 1
This mic is krazyyyyy and the sound is clear as crystal
Because this mic is so noisy (static & a high-pitched whine), it is unusable for anything othet than sound with high SPL's such as drums. It's useless for vocals, acoustic guitar, etc.