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What Microphones do you Use?

Murthag91

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After 5 month of being unployed i found a new job!! I would like to buy a new set of headphones becouse mine are terrible, what do you suggest with a budget of 50Γé¼?
 

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I personally use Rode Microphones for everything. For in person video I boom a Rode VideoMic Pro, and for my voice over work I use my Rode NT-1 :)

What microphone(s) do you use?

I was using my crappy headset microphone but it's been getting substantially crappier for a little while now and after moving the whole setup into my new office it's just godawful.

My new mic arrived today though and it's AMAZING. I can't wait to start using it for my let's plays and who knows what else!
It's a Neewer USB Recording Condenser Mic - NW - 700 - USB
Under $50 and it came with a bunch of cool stuff too!

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I use the Mic from my Logitech G230 Stereo Gaming Headset mic It does that job for what I need right now.
 

jjaaxxthelegend

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I'd recommend the RODE-NT USB :D It's a great mic :) For arms I actually got a mic with an internal cable and I LOVE it so much less clutter.

Im with you all the way on the RODE. Awesome mics- really easy to eq. We use them for the band and I use the NT USB for videos.
 
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I use the Rode Video Micro, i did a sound test with 3 mics and the sound quality for this budget mic is just WOW

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THE TECHIE TECH

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Not using any mic yet, recording videos with smartphone and voiceover with same. still i am cheap enough LOL!
 

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I recently just purchased this: Movo VXR4000-PRO Shotgun Video Condenser Microphone for DSLR Video Cameras with Suspension Mount, 2-Step High Pass Filter and 3-Stage Audio Level Controls. So far I've been happy with the results that I've gotten. The true test will be this weekend after Monterey Car Week.
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Andrew, are you using the NTG4+ as a handheld microphone or Boom microphone for your IRL filming?
Just updated my Mic for IRL Film-making now using the RODE NTG4+

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I recently just purchased this: Movo VXR4000-PRO Shotgun Video Condenser Microphone for DSLR Video Cameras with Suspension Mount, 2-Step High Pass Filter and 3-Stage Audio Level Controls. So far I've been happy with the results that I've gotten. The true test will be this weekend after Monterey Car Week.
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Andrew, are you using the NTG4+ as a handheld microphone or Boom microphone for your IRL filming?

Boom microphone! I use the rode reporter for handheld operations! :D
 

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I've been researching options for creating a quiet space for phone calls and meetings in the office. One interesting solution I came across is the HushPhone from Hushoffice https://hushoffice.com/en-us/product/hushphone-2/. The HushPhone is an office telephone booth designed to offer a calm, private, and quiet space for calls. It takes up less than 1 m², making it a compact addition to any office.What stands out about the HushPhone is its mobility. Thanks to a system of built-in wheels, it can be easily moved around the office as needed.
The glass panels not only provide a sense of spaciousness but also ensure that the booth remains well-lit.In terms of functionality, the HushPhone is quite user-friendly. Inside, it features an ergonomic armrest, which doubles as storage space or a support during calls. Additionally, there’s a folding worktop that can be used to place a laptop or tablet. This makes it versatile enough for both short calls and longer video conferences.