Pros: Great Sound, Great Price, Easy Setup
Cons: None so far
Pros: Great for the price, Works well for what it is, "stylish"
Cons: No real negatives if you use it properly
Pros: Price to performance ratio, Recording quality, Build quality, Package contents (extras that are included), Carrying case, Design and looks
Cons: Requires a soundcard to prevent static background noise, Mute slider has an audible click on recordings
“Hello overclockers. Today I’m gonna be checking out the Samson Meteor USB Microphone. (Full disclosure: I could not find this product on the “reviews” section of this site and because the site crashed each time I attempted to add it as a product I decided to review it here on the forums instead. I hope that clears up any confusion if this review looks like it belongs in that section of this...” --Plastic Noise
“While I did pay a premium for the Bright Orange color, I could not ask for more from the Blue Microphones Snowball. I have found it very easy to use, setup was very easy, just plug and play, and the sound quality is proving to be very nice. While it would be improved by having a mic stand and pop filter and having the microphone near my mouth-hole, having it sit between my keyboard and...” --WonderMutt
Leave it to LogiTech to turn the humble microphone into an artistic statement! Experienced superior sound clarity with the simple single 3.5mm connector. Noise-canceling boom blocks unwanted background noise for clean voice recording or calls. A pivoting design lets you adjust the boom until you find the perfect performance. With an 8-ft shielded cord and monitor mount, you have plenty of...
“I’ve always been one to be underwhelmed by headsets, that said recently I have been impressed with what SteelSeries have been offering. However, the sound signature and audio traits of a headset have yet to beat or equal the audio quality of my personal headphones at home, the modded Denon AH-D2000 – this is where I came across the ModMic 4.0, the new and just released revision of the previous...” --Totally Dubbed
“ I chose the AT2020USB for three reasons: it was cheap, black, and performed well according to reviews. This awesome microphone is a cardioid type microphone powered by the USB that also transfers data. No driver needed, just automatically detected by Windows and you are up and running. Just make to change it as your default device in your recording devices section/what program you are...” --jameyscott
This omni-directional desktop microphone is designed for multimedia, gaming, Internet and IP Phone applications. The about 2.5m (about eight-and-a quarter feet) cord and adjustable boom allow you plenty of room to move the microphone around on your desktop, and still get great pickup. Compatible with Windows 95/98SE/ME/2000/XP and Mac OS; all you need is a sound card! Microphone Sensitivity: ...
Finally, a USB mic that's not only easy to use, but sounds as good on your desktop as it does in a professional recording studio. Meet the Snowball, the world's first professional USB mic. Whether you're recording a guitar at your kitchen table or a complete band in the studio, the Snowball can capture it with detail unheard of before in a USB mic. The Snowball is a direct plug n...
BoomPro instantly transforms your headphones into a professional headset for gaming, business, skype, podcasting and taking calls on the go. Its unique bendable SteelFlex design allows you to position and hold the mic in place for optimal ergonomics and hiding out of the way when not in use. The convenient cable clip allows you to position the rotary volume and mute switch within reach....
Want to use your favorite headphones as a headset? MoovMic converts any pair of headphones into your headset using a simple attachable/detachable boom microphone.Unlike many headsets with in-line microphones that pick up lots of background noise, people will hear you clearly using the precision engineered Moov Mic.When you want to use the microphone, attach it using the magnetic clasp. When...
“This is an awesome condenser mic for the first time Podcaster or VO artist. Most pros will steer you away from a USB mic, but unless you want to drop a lot of money on other equipment, USB is the way to go for a beginner. Even if you are just using this mic to Skype or play video games with your friends, it's a huge leap over any attached mic on a headset or standard desktop mic. The...” --Bonz(TM)