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« The best microphone »

Published on 01/02/19 at 03:02
Value For Money : Excellent
Audience: Anyone
Hey!

I have found a good microphone that is very comfortable for me.
The name of the microphone is : Blue Yeti
It can be used for Podcasts, Gaming but I also use it for singing.
I have spent over $1,000 fruitlessly on microphones from Samson, Phillips SpeechMike, Plantronics, and many others.
NONE of them are consistent.
You plug your headphones directly into the mic.
The mic seems to be built very well and the sound quality also seems very good.
Its definitely worth the money!
If you want to order you can order here :

https://amzn.to/2LJvd83

If any problems or questions you can always message me!
Kind Regards.

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