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Audio Gear HyperX Quad or Solo?

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I am trying to decide between the HyperX Quad and HyperX Solo. From what I have seen from reviews the quality is about the same as far as I am aware. The only big difference is price. The Quad is $140 and the Solo is $60. I am leaning more toward the HyperX Quad because of the built in Shock Mount and Build In Pop Filter. So that would leave just buying a Boom Arm. Just wanting some opinions on the matter though. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
 

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I am trying to decide between the HyperX Quad and HyperX Solo. From what I have seen from reviews the quality is about the same as far as I am aware. The only big difference is price. The Quad is $140 and the Solo is $60. I am leaning more toward the HyperX Quad because of the built in Shock Mount and Build In Pop Filter. So that would leave just buying a Boom Arm. Just wanting some opinions on the matter though. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
Definitely nothing wrong with the HyperX Quad, but you are now at a price point where companies like Elgato are releasing very impressive gear with some really cool software. Might want to compare with the Elgato Wave:3
 
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I have heard a lot about Elgato. I think I will look into it and check out the reviews and such. Thanks for the suggestion!
 

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I have heard a lot about Elgato. I think I will look into it and check out the reviews and such. Thanks for the suggestion!
The most interesting/unique thing that they are doing is including a compressor in the mic itself to stop clipping. Then pairing it with software to give you a very functional virtual mixer.
 
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The most interesting/unique thing that they are doing is including a compressor in the mic itself to stop clipping. Then pairing it with software to give you a very functional virtual mixer.
Oh wow. That would help a lot with the overall quality and make it much Clearer. I don't know a lot about Audio but messing around with OBS sound settings has helped a bit with that. I at least got my A10 headset Mic sounding decent I think. So I can imagine that I can get a better mic sounding good. Hopefully lol