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I've been trialling this microphone in two live webinars as an alternative to another well-regarded microphone. My students rated this microphone as being better. In particular, they commented there was less background noise and less "table noise" (noise due to me moving the mouse around on the table) picked up
Absolutely love this mic. So small and discreet, doesn't impede or show up much on the video part of my streams, and audio quality is very good. For an "on the go" style mic, this was well worth it to stream and record from work, or home. Very happy, and would definitely recommend.
5.0 de 5 estrellasGreat performance in a small package.
Revisado en el Reino Unido el 5 de abril de 2017
This a beautifully made, wonderful sounding usb microphone in a tiny package. I'm hugely impressed with it. It reeks of quality both in feel and use.
It is connectable directly not only to desktop computers but to smart phones and pads, producing extraordinary results with true portability and convenience.
There are knobs for recording volume level and earphone monitoring level. The recording level knob doubles as a mute button but will make an audible click unfortunately. You can plug earphones directly into the mic to monitor without timelag as you go. It comes with a very practical stand attached which folds neatly in to cradle the body when not in use. The stand can be removed and the mic can be screwed onto a full size mic stand.
I am a singing acoustic guitar player and I have been mostly using the mic to record vocals or/and guitar to Garageband on the Mac. It does a fantastic job. Guitar sound is warm and realistic. Vocals are clear without being too bright. I've used it solo to capture instrument and voice together or teamed it with a Samson mic to split the duties. Its a breeze to get terrific results. I don't do any spoken word or vlogging myself but I think it would be perfect for such use.
Much is made in the marketing spiel about the Internal Acoustic Diffuser which apparently helps cut out background sounds and focuses on whatever you are recording - the voice or the instrument. The microphone doesn't seem bad for background noise but is it this much trumpeted doodad that is responsible? I have my doubts. I have used lots of mics without this feature and we got along fine.
One improvement I would like to see is the addition of some kind of visual scale on the volume level nobs. You can't tell by looking where your settings are at. I think a lot of people will know where they want their levels once they are used to the mic and its a pest not being able to just dial them up.
I am going to sound a bit shallow now but there is no denying that papa likes pretty things. This is an extremely cute item. The design is a perfect balance of retro touches and modern practicality without getting too kitsch. It does have the look of the kind of old mic Elvis or James Brown would have clutched. The feelgood factor extends to the packaging - Raspberry and its bits and bobs arrive in the kind of "ta-dah" box reminiscent of Apple or really expensive whisky. The first unboxing is an event!
For it to be worth your while buying the Raspberry you really need to be taken by its portability. For desktop use at home there are much cheaper mics that perform just as well. Blue's own Yeti is fuller-featured than the Raspberry and £80 cheaper. It is however much larger.
Yes the Raspberry is a nice sounding mic but what it really brings to the party is its small size and weight. If thats not a critical factor for you then you could save youself some cash by buying another mic.
5.0 de 5 estrellasIncredibly Versatile and Top Quality Sound
Revisado en el Reino Unido el 11 de junio de 2017
The versatility of this microphone makes it unlike many others on the market. Not only is it compatible with PCs and Apple Macs, but it can also be plugged into iPads and iPhones whilst on the go. A cable is even supplied to connect directly to mobile devices.
I use this microphone to record an internet radio show, and the results are top notch. My software of choice is Adobe Audition, and the microphone was picked up with no issues at all, and recording is a breeze. For my show I have used a Blue Yeti and a Samson Meteor microphone in the past, and this offers better sound quality than either on of those. I also did some test recordings on acoustic guitar, and they also sounded great when the mic was positioned on a stand in the correct position - trial and error is required for the best results.
Naturally, you will likely need to buy a pop-guard to supplement the microphone and ensure that you are getting the best possible quality of recording. But this really is one of the best mobile microphones on the market. Without a pop-guard or spit-filter, you will not realise the true potential of this microphone, so I would high recommend it.