The body of the mic is top notch. The only downside is that it doesn't do well if you like to handle the mic a lot. It’s a no brained! Easy to use.
Quality is pretty good and the audio isnt tinny which i was happy about. The sound quality you get for the price is unmatched. I have to boost it a bit in my daw, but it's far clearer than my previous mic.
Fifine has some great quality mics that are affordable and do not disappoint. At $80 this mic is phenomenal!
The build quality is solid and it feels way more expensive than what it costs. I was particularly impressed by the high quality of construction. The only negative to talk about with the build is the 3. Screen using a lighter metal.
I am not sure if this is typical for this mic, or if mine is defective.
It's a good microphone that delivers a great sound and it's versatile. Even without the dm1, it sounds great. The audio sound quality is amazing. Looking for a matching pop filter like the heil pr40 unit for this.
Shure's usb mic is a great alternative to the sm7b. It also doubles as a great mic for zoom calls. You can also use it as a condensor mic, but unless you're a pro podcaster, i'm sure you'll be fine.
Included app makes tuning a breeze. It seems though, that the nicer to nicest hardware makers also have the most craptastic software. I do my settings through obs (streaming software) and it's cherry.
The built-in headphone jack allows for zero-latency monitoring. It’s easy to use (usb plug and play), though i wish it natively was usb-c. A headphone jack for monitoring is integrated right into the microphone as well.
Not compatible with ipad pro (usb-c). The mic is smaller than it looks in the photos. Huge huge problem with that is that it uses micro usb for the connection.
Do not recommend this product and seller to anyone. The return/exchange process is a nightmare. This is a slimmed down sm7b that they see everyone using for $250.
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