Behringer microphone reviews

Behringer microphone reviews

My name is Terry White and I am a guitarist/musician and have been for a little over 20 years, and have been a member here at Rockhouse for several years now. The music business can be expensive, very expensive and if there is a less expensive way to…

ART Microphones Mone Review

ART Microphones Mone Review

The M-One/USB from ART is a USB studio microphone that combines the excellent sound quality of a studio condenser microphone with the simplicity of a USB interface. Ideal for use in home or project studios, the M-One/USB has a large gold-sputtered capsule…

Field microphone Review

Field microphone Review

For the consumer user wishing to improve on the quality of the camera s built-in mic, while reducing zoom and focus noise, the Nikon ME-1 stereo microphone offers some real potential. Nikon ventures into new territory with its ME-1 stereo microphone for…

Yeti Blue microphone and Review

Yeti Blue microphone and Review

From the company that brought you the Snowball, and the Snowflake, comes the Yeti-a $149 USB microphone destined to ravage and plunder desktop-recording studios. If you re wondering why Blue Microphones would name its microphone after a mythical abominable…

Audio Technica Microphones Review

Audio Technica Microphones Review

See what the press has to say about Audio-Technicas most affordable studio condenser, the AT2020. Weve excerpted remarks from several reviews. EQ If you want an affordable mic that will work on a wide variety of sources, the AT2020 is hard to beat. It…

Pc microphone reviews

Pc microphone reviews

Blue’s Snowball microphone is the very definition of simplicity: mount it on the sturdy, height-adjustable tripod stand, plug the thick USB cable into its spherical rear, wait a few seconds while Windows automatically installs the drivers and you’re off…

Sennheiser microphone 421 II reviews

Sennheiser microphone 421 II reviews

One of Sennheiser s most popular microphones! It s the MD 421 II s versatility that s made this one so widely-acclaimed. Its ability to handle high pressure levels makes it a natural for guitars and drums, but that s just the beginning. The MD 421 II…

Review Nady ribbon Microphones

Review Nady ribbon Microphones

While a ribbon microphone may not be the best choice for every application, it s certainly nice to have around; I found that the RSM-4 added a much-needed flavor to my current microphone collection. Pros Warm, detailed sound. Very inexpensive. Robust…

Beyer M260 ribbon microphone Review

Beyer M260 ribbon microphone Review

Ribbon mics are all the rage these days and deservedly so. With their sharp detail and warm, accurate sound reproduction, ribbons have become the new flavor-of-the-month in the audio world, especially with the advent of digital technology. I myself have…

SwitchEasy ThumbTacks microphone Review

SwitchEasy ThumbTacks microphone Review

First, the good news. Unlike Lloyd, which does connect to and work completely with the headphone ports of the iPod nano 4G, 120GB iPod classic, and iPod touch 2G, but was really made to fit only the iPod nano, ThumbTacks not only fit all three of these…

Snowball microphone Review

Snowball microphone Review

Getting a great recording into your computer requires a great microphone. Unfortunately, the amount of effort it takes to adapt a professional microphone for use with your computer can be a daunting task, often involving outboard sound cards, bulky pro-audio…

Headset singing microphone reviews

Headset singing microphone reviews

Wireless Microphones That Help Guitarists Vocals Cut Through the Mix A Shure system that s also excellent, and less expensive to boot, is the PGX14/WH20 , which includes a unidirectional dynamic headset mic, the WH20TQG. Dynamic microphones are generally…