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  • voice over artist
    Verified Purchase

    for the money- a great , great buy, while I would not use it for broadcast recording( except for internet podcast , it is fine) it is absolutely fine for sending out Mp3 auditions thru garage band, etc.

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    Christopher D. July 11, 2016
  • El Professor
    Verified Purchase

    My son loves it and he has already broken it in.

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    mrfranco December 27, 2015
  • Mic
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    Purchased for my granddaughter for Christmas we have not got to try it out yet. Looks like a nice mic.

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    llarkins62 December 20, 2015
  • Snowball Review
    Verified Purchase

    I was expecting the headphones to fit comfortably around my ears (like turtle beaches) however they are small and barely cover my whole ear. I have not used nor have use for the ear buds, I own too many pairs already. The pop filter's clamp rests at an angle due to its design, not sure why it was made like that but it isn't bothersome because it has an adjustable stand to be positioned in whatever fancy loop you want it to be. The mic quality is above average and is the sole purpose of the rating. Definetly a great *starter* set for anyone who does youtube videos or any type or recording, also THIS MIC IS SUPER SENSITIVE! You will need to turn sensitivity down if at all possible; even with the pop filter, while in a skype call, my friend heard my dog drinking water 25ft behind me.

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    zformation October 3, 2012
  • I am happy with this microphone
    Verified Purchase

    I've used this microphone once to do a voice over with a little iMovie clip and the sound is very good. EZ to install-just plug in the USB and go to sound settings (on Mac) to change from built-in mic input to mic in-put & voila!

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    discernnbuy March 20, 2012
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