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CAD AUDIO U9 - Micrófono de condensador (conector USB), color negro
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- Micrófono USB CAD U9. El U9 es una solución compacta para la grabación con micrófono en miniatura por USB. Con un diseño compacto y de bajo perfil y salida en jack 1/8 para auriculares. Puede posicionarse con un giro de 180 grados y la cápsula cardioide permite su utilización con precisión en aplicaciones de Podcasting, Skype, voz sobre IP o grabación de música. El LED de alimentación indica cuándo el micrófono está en operación. - Respuesta de frecuencias: 50Hz- 18kHz. Patron Polar: Omni D
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Descripción del producto
Color del producto: Negro
Frecuencia de micrófono: 50 - 18000 Hz
Plug and Play: Si
Puerto USB: Si
Salida de auriculares: Si
Sensibilidad de micrófono: 56 Db
Tasa de bits: 16 Bit
USB con suministro de corriente: Si
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sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install audacity
A whole new world opens up when you can record and play sounds in response to events triggered by sensors.
In my opinion, the mic works great. For example: I spoke "hey cortana ...show me images of el conquistador in puerto rico" (which, by the way, is an awesome place) as well as other visually interactive phrases ("...start subnautica", "...how do I fix a toilet", etc) and it picked up every word of my very american voice from 15ft away from center. The mic is advertised as omni-directional, but it has a swivel head which makes it seem directional. Regardless, I stood 15ft away then 7 feet off from center (ie. 25 degree angle from the mic according to some trigonometry) and cortana was also able to interpret what I was saying without issue. The device also "looks" wide, but fit comfortably into my usb hub without interfering with my other plugs.
Some caveats: 1) this device has a 3.5 jack for headphones; if you use it only as a microphone, be sure to disable this device as a speaker in device manager. 2) be sure to use a powered USB hub. I received the error "USB controller resource exceeded" after I plugged in the mic, even with my powered USB hub. I have an xbox wireless receiver, a keyboard dongle, and a bluetooth dongle plugged in there already. After a bit of research, I realized I was plugged into a USB-3 port on the PC; indicated by a blue-colored USB port. I moved the USB hub over to a USB-2 port on the PC, indicated by a non-blue-colored USB port, and everything seemed to work ok eg. keyboard, xbox controller, mic. Admittedly, I never really stress all peripherals at once.
Next step for me is to try some cortana scripts. Happy New Year!
I really didn't care what it sounded like, so long as the pick-up pattern was, in fact, omni-directional.
Well, turns out it's actually a quite directional cardioid. Nothing omni-directional about it. Quite peaky as well.
It might sound slightly better than the microphone in your budget laptop or tablet, though not by much. I honestly think the mics in my 2014 MacBook Air are better, though awkwardly placed on the left-hand side, facing away from generally anything you'd want to record. Plus, like almost any laptop microphones, they pick up typing quite nicely. If you need a quick solution, the U9 will be a step above that to some extent.
I, personally, would have included a windscreen in the package. It needs one badly.
There are only two downsides for me. I use the U9 with a Macbook Air and the thickness of the microphone won't allow the Air to sit level without putting stress on the USB port. My solution was to purchase a retractable male-to-female USB extension. This is not a problem with the U9, rather it is a problem with the Air being too thin. The only aspect of the U9 that I don't like is the illuminated ring below the microphone. But I'll simply cover it with electrical tape or hobby paint.