Amazon.com.mx:Opiniones de clientes: Micrófono Vocal Dinámico USB/XLR, MAONO HD300T Mic Cardioide Profesional Monitoreo de latencia Cero y Control de Volumen, Plug & Play para Streaming Podcast Grabar, Compatible con PC/MAC/PS4/Mezcladora de Audio
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This mic was fairly easy to set up and I am including a mic test once it was directly plugged into my computer with the USB. I was impressed with how clear it sounded in my headphones right away. This would be a great portable microphone for podcasting. The stand felt very sturdy and everything was easy to use right out of the box.
The overall quality of the material is very good. It is also very versatile as it supports outputs through USB (digital signal) to PC and to preamp/mixer/etc. via XLR (analog signal). Unfortunately, the output signal is too weak, and for some reason, I couldn't increase the volume on my Windows 11.
When I connected the microphone to my Yamaha audio mixer via its XLR signal, I had to crank up the signal by turning on the internal pre-amp on the mixer and setting it all the way to the max to get a good sound.
This is a dynamic microphone, not a condenser one, but it doesn't care whether the XLR carries phantom power or not (in other words, it is safe to connect to mixer/preamp with 48V phantom power).
I think this mic is suitable enough for picking up loud sounds, but probably too weak to pick voice sound.
Update: I bumped it up to 4 star, as I finally am able to make increase the gain through an open source equalizer software (equalizer APO and Peace Equalizer APO, just google them). Through the software I couls set the preamp gain up to +30 dB and becomes sensitive enough, even talking from about 3 feet away (but directly to it, not from sides). The frequency response is quite good (if you are still not happy, the equalizer software can do a lot of stuff, even adding effects etc) Another alternative is to use XLR (female) to 3.5mm male TRS connector and connect it directly to analog mic input on PC (usually desktop PCs have this, but not all laptops havr it). Under device manager in Windows will show preamp/gain boost +30 dB checkbox.
Overall, I'm pretty happy with this mic. I've been using it to record lectures (teacher) and the sound quality is much better than the $20 one I had previously purchased. It does a pretty good job of cancelling out background noise (still picks up some sound like a ceiling fan but minimal). The pop filter works pretty well but I still ended up buying a foam cover for the mic and that made a big difference with background noise and helping the pop filter do its job. It's a little big and clunky but I'd still recommend it.
For the price range this mic does a great job. There’s mics with better resonance but you will pay much more for them. This is definitely worth the value! I like the ability to switch between USB and XLR! I switch back-and-forth (with use of the supplied cables ) quite often because I use a mixer. The pop screen can be delicate, so be careful. Overall, I would recommend this microphone and I would purchase another one.
The stand is a bit wiggly and I can't get the pop filter to stay still which is annoying and makes sounds that ruin the recording. And the recording is a bit low? I need to put my mouth really close, nearly touching the filter in order to get a relatively high enough recording. Other than that I don't have many complaints, especially since I don't know much about mics haha I'm using this for voiceover
Good quality sound just through the usb connection, imagine it would be even better through xlr. Volume buttons are a nice touch but useless for me, would be better if they controlled the mic volume. Wish the stand extended a bit more but can’t complain when that was a bonus since I was purely looking for a mic.
The microphone was easy to set up, sounds great, looks great, and feels sturdy. My only issue is with the stand that comes with it, I don't quite care for the metal base cause it doesn't have anything on the bottom to make it anti-slip or to dampen sounds when moving. On top of that the connection to the support is a crappy plastic that I find myself constantly worried about breaking.