TONOR Pro Condenser Microphone XLR to 3.5mm Podcasting Studio Recording Condenser Microphone Kit Computer Mics with 48V Phantom Power Supply Black

March 6, 2019 - Comment

Description: This XRL to 3.5mm condenser microphone adopts the exacting complete electronic circuit control and gold-plate diaphragm capsule. With a good cardioid polar pickup pattern, high output and low self-noise function, the microphone can accurately reproduce even the most subtle sound. It is suitable especially for studios, recording,broadcasting etc. Note: 1.When connect the podcasting condenser

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Description:
This XRL to 3.5mm condenser microphone adopts the exacting complete electronic circuit control and gold-plate diaphragm capsule. With a good cardioid polar pickup pattern, high output and low self-noise function, the microphone can accurately reproduce even the most subtle sound. It is suitable especially for studios, recording,broadcasting etc.

Note:
1.When connect the podcasting condenser microphone with laptop, please connect the laptop to electrical outlet(Voltage Required:5V) or use the supplied 48-volt phantom power to get the best sound quality.
The microphone could be used alone when connect with desktop computer.
2.Please decrease the volume and keep a sufficient distance between the microphone and the speaker to avoid howling sound. Please put the microphone away from the amplifier to avoid recording noise due to amplifier.
3.To maintain the sensitivity and quality of sound reproducing, avoid exposing it to moisture and extreme temperatures.

Warranty:12-month warranty. 30-day return.

IMPORTANT TIP: For optimal sound quality, face the sound source directly onto the screened sides with “TONOR” logo of the microphone head. Package Included:
1 x Podcasting Condenser Microphone
1 x Microphone Suspension?Scissor Arm Stand
1 x Table Mounting Clamp
1 x Metal Shock Mount
1 x Microphone Pop Filter
1 x Foam Protective Anti-wind Cap Cover
1 x 3.5mm XLR Low Noise Microphone Cable ( 8.2ft/2.5m)
1 x 48-Volt Phantom Power Supply
1x Power Adapter (American standard)

Product Features

  • ♪♫NOTE: Sound card is not INCLUDED! (If your device is Mac or other laptops with one audio hole, a sound card is needed to purchase additionally.) It CANNOT be used with mobile phone and tablet computer. For a better sound quality, pls face the sound source directly onto the screened sides with TONOR logo of the microphone head.
  • ♪♫All-in-one: Package includes a microphone, shock mount, adjustable suspension scissor arm stand, table mounting clamp, pop filter, windscreen, 48v phantom power supply, XLR to 3.5mm cable, XLR male to female XLR cable and manual. TONOR offers a 12 month repair/replacement warranty and a 30 day hassle-free return policy.
  • ♪♫Cardioid Polar Pattern: Cardioid polar pattern reduces pickup of sounds from the sides, improving isolation of desired sound source, which is ideal for podcasting, streaming, youtube video and also can be used for recordings at home or professional studio.
  • ♪♫Durable and Sturdy: The shock mount which is made of solid metal also can effectively reduce trill caused by vibration. Super-strong stand spring protects microphone from shaking, suddenly dropping and making noise.
  • ♪♫48V Phantom Power Supply: With Universal XLR input and output is compatible with all kinds of wired microphones, delivering stable 48V phantom power to electric condenser microphones. NOTE: Phantom power does not enhance the microphone sound quality and improve its volume.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Just as good as any $100+ microphone for streaming, general voice comms You know I am not even sure why people are saying this microphone and its setup is terrible… You cannot, i REPEAT, you cannot just expect these types of microphones to be plug and play, unless you are to buy the high range mics but if you read a little bit and get the correct information along with the 48V Phantom Power Supply – you’ll have a GREAT budget microphone that sounds excellent for everything (I do not do studio recordings so I cannot help in that area but I do stream and use it for talking in TS3, skype and games. For going from a SteelSeries Siberia V2 and the G933 mic to now this, there is a substantial quality difference. I have a friend who bought the RAZER Seiren US$179.99 and mine sounds just as perfect as his does (he required set up too, he later returned his Seiren and bought this instead).Using the 3.5mm on your soundcard or motherboard’s soundboard is not enough power for the microphone and will have it sound low, I did tests to confirm this. I do…

Anonymous says:

Worth the trial! I’m not a professional singer but I love singing. My husband also sings very well so when I saw this, I decided to give it a try. So wow! This is not like those cheap cheap microphone! We recorded a song using this and the sound quality is so good which sounds like recording a song in a studio (at least I think so LOL). Me and my husband fall in love with this microphone.If you are looking for something that’s more than just “recording” your sound, try this! It will surprise you.

Anonymous says:

The best setup you’ll find for less than half a Benjamin I really like the cardioid pickup pattern which removes a lot of background noises like my central heater and computer fans. Keep the mic as close to your mouth as possible for the best sound. The included USB sound card isn’t good, but my onboard microphone jack works just fine. I have nothing to complain about, especially at this price point. The boom arm is really sturdy. I prefer using the wind muff over the pop filter, but the mic resists wind noises pretty well without either. I’m glad they included both.Compared to my Zoom H1, this mic doesn’t have as good of a dynamic range, but like I said, I prefer it over the Zoom H1 because of the cardiod pickup pattern which rejects a lot of background noises.I use this for team voice chat in Overwatch (yes, it’s overkill)–I simply wanted something better-sounding than my headset mic. Happily, I’ve received comments on how good my mic sounds 😀

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