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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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Peso del producto68 g
Dimensiones del producto19 x 19 x 16,5 cm
Número de modelo del productoU9
Tipo de conectorUSB
País de producciónchina
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Producto en desde3 de marzo de 2013
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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
Tipo: PC
USB con suministro de corriente: Si

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Works right out of the box for my Raspberry Pi 3! 12 de agosto de 2016
Por Larry G. Johnson - Publicado en
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I was amazed to see this thing work, and work quite well, right out of the box for my Raspberry Pi 3. Just previous to plugging it into a USB port I installed Audacity, which also works very well on the Raspberry Pi 3. To install the free Audacity, just execute these two commands in the terminal:
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.
Great fun!
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas perfect microphone for Cortana from a distance 6 de enero de 2017
Por j2c - Publicado en
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For my win10 PC connected to my flatscreen in my living room (lets call it a HTPC+), I love using Cortana with this microphone. My constraints were that it had to perform like the amazon echo (eg. omni-directional, work from a large distance, etc), but it needed to be much cheaper than the echo dot itself. At the time of writing, echo dot was ~$50 and this mic was ~$25

In my opinion, the mic works great. For example: I spoke "hey cortana 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", " 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!
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas IT's not really an omni-directional microphone! 9 de febrero de 2016
Por Dustin P. Perdue - Publicado en
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I bought this mic for a project that really doesn't require high-end equipment. I basically just wanted something I could stick on my Raspberry Pi for sound detection for use in scripts. If sound above a certain threshold is detected, then do something... that kind of thing...
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.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Loved it 14 de septiembre de 2016
Por Dulce - Publicado en
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I used this microphone to record my lectures for one of the most boring classes I've ever taken. I used it to record stuff using the Notability app on Mac and I could hear my professor just fine. It was like I was sitting on the front row. The only problem was that when I used it on the OneNote app, the recordings had a high pitch sound on them which was annoying at times. I guess it depends on the app you are using.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great upgrade from on-board microphone 11 de octubre de 2012
Por Jeffery - Publicado en
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This is a great upgrade form the on-board mic on my Macbook Air. When using the on-board mic I would have to bump the input all the way up to be able to hear the lecture afterward. When using the U9 I can actually lower the input to a setting below the default position. The U9 provides much better sound quality. It also isolates the audio from the sound of typing that I would get from the on-board mic.

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.