AmpliGame A8 USB Streaming Microphone with RGB, Lighting Control, Mute Button, Gain Dial, Live-time Headphone Jack
Plug & play on Windows, Mac, and PlayStation console.
Shock mount and desk stand come fully equipped. But also fit in any arm stand with the included adapater.
Most handy controls in game: physical gain & tap-to-mute button.
The RGB blends into whatsoever lighting setup for having multile patterns to choose from.
Light off & headphone in, engage working mode in a jiffy.
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Plug & Play USB-C
USB is always easy to use, just plug in, talk and you are sounding amazing and crashing the noobs. Nothing mind-blowing at all? How about comparing to a minutes-long pre-flight check every time for using an XLR microphone setup? A plug-and-play microphone is definitely a great relief to the impatient people of your squad.
Suspension Shock Mount
Right out of the box comes the pre-assembled microphone and the shock mount. Unlike the traditional mounts that are screwed into the bottom of the mic with a nut, the included one of the AmpliGame A8 is attached with elastic rubber bands. Thus it is more effective at keeping unwanted vibrations from making their way into your streaming.
Detachable Pop Filter
The frame-less see-through style of the pop filter with a smiley FIFINE logo on it follows suites. It minimizes itself even further with the slightly curved shape. In terms of aesthetics, it smashes the obnoxious flapper pop filter. But it is not all about the look, the density of the plastic mesh is enough to prevent air from blowing directly into the microphone.
Capacitive Mute Button
If there is a gaming-feature top list, the quick-mute must claim the crown. With one integrated into the top, you need not to remember yet another hotkey. To make the experience even better, it is touch-sensitive to mute yourself without indicating others with audible clicking. The LED icon on the top is the guarantee of having no accidental mute on stream.
The latency-free headphone jack is not a big deal for everyone. Podcasters have chances to go back and redo the episode recording, but it is never a pleasant thing to do. Then the live monitoring to make sure every bit of the recording sound right is all the more practical and useful than any other feature. Gamers can also use the headphone jack as an extra benefit to run a quick check-up to hear what you sound like in the game when you are jamming with your teammates.
Microphone Input Control
Coming right after on the list is a physical gain dial. It is hard to be meh about an external control on the board. Because the last thing you want to do is have to alt-tab and jump into software to change the settings, which is especially true when you are gaming.
Lights on & Zone in
Some say that a hardcore gamer will try to light on all the stuff. Because RGB does not only let you stand out a bit more, but as the saying goes it actually increases the FPS.
But who wants controllable RGB lighting is a more sensible gamer. In that term, the AmpliGame A8 is also a sensible RGB microphone. It is a bit understated, until the lights go on, thing changes! You can make it visible on the camera by switching the RGB on, or more eye-catching by turning the rainbow colorway on, or match the current color scheme of your room by choosing among 7 types of pure color lighting, or into character of working day by switching off the light off.
All Mouth and no Trousers is not the style of FIFINE AmpliGame
- It has a pleasant appearance and lighting effect to look at. But what matters most to a microphone is that it also has a pleasant audio file to hear. When it comes to sound quality, an unoffensive tone is the most precise description of the AmpliGame A8. Thus, you can garnish it with the RGB to shout at your teammates at warzone, and dress it down to take part in a podcast or a working-from-home conferencing.
- It is made to work right out of the box. But when using it with the included stand or even a boom arm on a desk, it is inevitable to be the subject of vibration or banging noises. In addition to the physical absorption from the shock mount, the frequencies below 200Hz are less sensitive. Thus the booming or rumbling sound from the vibration of the desk or the working air-con will become much less prominent in the reproduced audio.
- Not just the low-end noises can not make a mess of your streaming or podcasting, nor the sibilance sound. Thanks to the rather flat frequencies between 5kHz and 13kHz, even without the pop filter, you still do not hear much of the annoying sibilance. These two add up to make a super clean live streaming or spoken word and voice-over recording possible.
- To make things better, the treble is high enough to capture a bit more details from your voice. It is nowhere near to the recently launched model from FIFINE, it aims specifically for people who want the clean and more neutral sound.