FIFINE K670/670B USB Mic with A Live Monitoring Jack for Streaming Podcasting on Mac/Windows
Works like a charm in recording voice-over, podcast & vocal.
USB compatibility with DAWs and recording software on Mac/Windows.
Metal body, detachable cable, metal podcast stand, two-tone design.
Latency-free monitoring, microphone control, on/off indicator.
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Versatility is off scale
It is built to be an entry-level recording microphone in the first place. Though it is a USB type, not what we would call the blue blood of condenser microphones, its frequency response is relatively wide, most importantly, the high-end clarity does not change a bit. Apart from the fact that all USB microphones are capable of being plug & play on Windows PC/laptop, Mac and Play Station console (incompatible with Xbox), it still has one more trick. With a USB adapter, it can also serve as an external microphone for your iPhone, iPad and Android.
Beat That Hissing Out Of Your Recording!
A condenser microphone, either the professional or the consumer level, is never good at noise rejection. The cardioid pattern, which focuses the sound more from the front than the back and the side, does not make much difference. Because it is all down to your use environment.
But you can expect a low self-noise level from this condenser microphone. It is not as good as a RODE mic with the "quietest" reputation, but at least you will not hear noticeable hissing. Those noises are extremely annoying and also let you get frustrated because the external mic that costs you bucks is no different from the internal one of your computer. That will just not be the case with this K670.
Is the modern V-shape sound any good?
If you play an instrument a lot, the hollow recording will let you down a bit. But in some cases, the rounded low ends can gloss over a bit of scooped sound. The 16mm capsule (2mm larger than the generic models) makes your voice appear more engaged in front of the microphone. You do not have to eat into it for the radio podcast sound.