The voice reproduction is great. The sound quality is excellent. The rest of the mic is fantastic.
The sm58 lc is a solid mic. I have bought the pga48 for podcasting guests and in comparison, the sm58 is much warmer.
They are tough, consistant, and reliable. The bundle is the best bang for the buck.
Shure sm58 is an overrated mic. The cable is low quality too and adds noise to recordings. I have to use all of my gain on my focusrite scarlet solo (3rd gen) and that causes a lot of noise in my recording.
Like the mcdonald's burger, billions of these mics have been sold. Now i understand why everybody uses them because that was a mystery to me, was as useless to them, as to me.
This mic delivers exactly what i need at a great price. It's also compact and made of metal housing, very sturdy and top notch quality.
Blue yeti nano is perfect for anyone who wants a microphone that sounds high quality at a fair price. It's great when recording or streaming because you rarely hear your keyboard or mouse.
Usb cable supplied with the products is loose, and the socket it plugs into is wobbly. Tested it on 4 other computers - including mac, windows, and chrome - and had the same problems. Apparently this has something to do with a sample rate mismatch.
Buy an sennheiser xs1 and a cheap mixer/xlr cable. Audio is heavily flawed when directly plugged into the mic for audio rather than your main device/pc. The sound quality is sketchy, inconsistent, and i constantly get feedback that it is difficult to ... Read More
This is absurd. The person who's trying to help is quite dumb and had reading comprehension problem. Not very helpful. Sadly, that’s about all it's good for.
Many, many problems configuring the product and using it with recording software. It checks for updates, and downloads them, but it never actually updates the software.
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