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Samson Technologies Go Mic
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Samson Technologies Go Mic
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Publié le 02/21/10 à 07:32
Portable USB condenser microphone
Plug and Play PC and Mac compatible, no drivers required
Custom Compact Design that clips to a laptop or desk SITS was
Perfect for music recording, podcasting and field recording
Ideal for voice recognition software, iChat, VoIP and Web Cast
Transducer Type: condense, pressure gradient with USB digital output
Frequency Response: 20Hz 18kHz
Polar Pattern: cardioid or omni
Resolution: 16-bit/44.1kHz
1/8-inch headphone output
Includes USB cable, cable clip, mic stand and adapt Zipper Carrying pouch

OVERALL OPINION

Micro USB
you plug you play is as simple as has!
There's a rglage cardio, cardio-10db or omnidirectional
There's a headphone jack on it ideal for fun on a small multitrack
it is super well built and compact
is not a great mic and is not a need to ask
is ideal as Swiss army knife for fun take a trip, hotel room, train, or you can play around with ...
Some 40 and a is the game
and say it is sold as a microphone to chat on msn ...
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