Audio-Technica ATR2100-USB - Micrófono (50 - 50000 Hz, 16 Ohmio, Alámbrico, 5V, Negro, 268g)
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- Descripción del producto: Audio-Technica atr2100-usb
- Frecuencia del micrófono: 50 - 50000 Hz
- Impedancia de entrada del micrófono: 16 Ohm
- Conectividad: con cables
- Voltaje de funcionamiento: 5 V
- Color: Negro.
- Peso: 268 g
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Descripción del producto
Color del producto: Negro
Frecuencia de micrófono: 50 - 50000 Hz
Micrófono, impedancia de salida: 16 Ohmio
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
USB con suministro de corriente: Si
Voltaje de operación: 5V
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Be sure to get a foam windscreen to go with it. Any standard-sized ball-type one should do, and it's a cheap investment for better sound quality.
Here's a tip about the little freebie stand that comes with it. Mine had a tendency to tip over at the slightest bump unless I tilted the microphone almost straight up, because the legs were pointing the wrong way. To rectify this, I removed the flat-head screw where the clip swivels up and down, took the clip out, and turned it around so one of the tripod's legs would be directly beneath the top of the mic. The stand still isn't perfect, but it doesn't fall over as easily, and this is still a great deal on a professional-quality microphone, which will fit any standard-sized mic stand.
The provided USB cord is more than long enough for basic needs and good quality.
I decided to invest in a good microphone and hearing about the quality of Audio-Technica products, I went ahead and bought the ATR2500. While some might find the $60-100 price range a bit much for a standalone mic it's far cheaper than most good professional or prosumer mics out there so price wise, I'd say this fits well enough. Upon unboxing it I noticed how durable it is with a full metal construction and overall rugged build quality; a far cry from the not so durable headset mics I've had to deal with for the past several years. Audio quality, even in my room with a fair amount of echo, is smooth and clear both to me and people online. The USB interface makes install simple and the mic is plug-and-play, so no need to fiddle with downloading drivers or anything like that. The cable itself is a good length though with my desk set up it comes a bit short though it isn't too bad. Unfortunately I'm not particularly fond of the included stand. It was a little confusing to get it attached to the microphone and even then it was a bit on the wobbly side until I grabbed a large flat-head screwdriver from my toolbox and firmly tightened the screw on the main joint. The LED power light is also way too bright in my opinion and if I was to look at it directly it'd hurt my eyes. It even illuminated my face blue to where I could notice looking at my webcam feed, even with very bright room lighting. This was remedied with a rather DIY solution of disassembling the microphone and putting some tape and paper between the housing and the LED on the circuit board and which made the light much softer and more bearable. After those issues were sorted the microphone now stands proudly on my desk waiting to listen.
All in all I'm very happy with my microphone and plan on later buying a pair of cans from Audio-Technica to pair with it(when I have the money) since my headset continues to degrade but after a few months now, the microphone is still in tip top quality.