✅ TOP 5: Best Microphone For Streaming 2019

✅ TOP 5: Best Microphone For Streaming 2019


Are you looking for the best microphone for
streaming? In this video we’ll break down the top microphones
for streaming available whilst comparing them for price versus performance. Before we get started with our video detailing
the best microphones for streaming on the market, we have included links in the description
for each product mentioned, so make sure you check those out to see which one is in your
budget range. Starting off at number 1 we have the Blue
Yeti USB Microphone. This dynamic USB Microphone is great for any
kind of recording: podcasts, interviews, vocals, music, any kind of field recording with different
sound sources, conference calls, and so on. This is thanks to the tri-capsule array that
allows for multiple recording patterns. At a press of a button, you can switch between
cardioid (podcasts, game streaming…), omnidirectional (conference calls), bidirectional (2-people
conversation, e.g. interviews), and stereo mode (field recordings where there are several
sound sources). The Blackout Yeti is as versatile as your
imagination can go and be sure that the sound you get is of the greatest quality. This microphone comes with an A-D converter
and a built-in headphone jack which do not allow sound latency and ensure that you will
hear what you record in real-time. It is extremely easy to use, as all the controls
(pattern switch, mute button, mic gain) are right there on the microphone. There is also no need for additional software-record
directly at your computer, and as an added bonus, it is compatible with Windows 7, 8.1,
and 10, as well as Mac OS 10.10 and higher. Frequency response is 20HZ to 20kHZ, and bit
rate is 16bt. At number 2 we have the Samson Meteor Mic
USB. Samson Meteor Mic is one of the most affordable
mics out there that still gives a studio quality to your recordings. If you desire a flat frequency response of
20Hz to 20 kHz and a CD sound quality, and 44.1/ 48kHZ resolution, look no further. Its 25mm diaphragm condenser enables rich
audio recording. Since it only comes with a cardioid pickup
pattern, it is great for podcasts and game streaming, as well as voice and instrument
recordings as long as the sound source is close to the microphone. It picks up some of the environmental noises
which can ruin the sound quality, so be sure to keep it near the sound source and position
it rightly in order to avoid this. The mic’s fold back leg allows for proper
positioning, and the overall design gives it a nice and elegant look. You can plug it in directly to your computer
without the need of installing additional drivers which makes it really easy to use. And if you already have a quality headset
you can just plug it in the microphone and be sure that you will hear the sounds without
any latency to throw you off. At number 3 we have the Audio-Technica AT2020USB
PLUS. Although it is very light (only about 13oz)
the AT2020USB+ mic is really stable on tabletops thanks to the adjustable tripod stand. It has a great frequency response of 20Hz
to 20 kHz and a CD sound quality, and 44.1/ 48kHZ sample rate which makes up for great
audio quality. The built-in headphone jack ensures no delay
in microphone monitoring. It is perfect for one-man game streaming or
podcasts as it uses only cardioid pickup pattern. One of its best features is mix control that
allows you to blend the mic with pre-recorded audio. At number 4 we have the RODE NT-USB microphone. Rode NT is one of the best studio microphones
with USB connection. It comes with a pop filter that ensures that
your recording is clear as it minimizes the additional sounds that are produced with sounds
like ‘P’ or ‘T’. Mixing those sounds makes your recording intelligible-
this is where correctly positioning the filter comes into play. This mic’s specs are terrific: JFET impedance
converter with bipolar buffer, 48kHZsample rate, and 16bt resolution make for a great
quality sound. The frequency response is the optimal 20-20000Hz
range. It is really sensitive which is superb in
the studio environment; however, it can pick up sounds as far as 15ft away. At number 5 we have the Samson G-Track Pro. The G-Track Pro is one of the best streaming
microphones out there because it allows podcasters and streamers to record in high-quality audio. Thanks to the additional 1/4in input you can
connect another device such as a sub-mixer for another person. Because of the Dual 1″ condenser capsule,
it is really sensitive and picks up all the subtle changes in your voice that differ you
from other gamers and podcasters. It comes with a 1/8in gaming headset output
with zero-latency. It requires additional equipment such as mounts
and stands, but it makes up for it by being more than a regular streaming mic. At number 6 we have the Razer Seiren Elite. The Razer Seiren Elite is a superb choice
for your first professional microphone. Its specifications are exceptional, however,
many users report bad results. This can be surpassed by adjusting the mic’s
settings properly. The best settings for best recording results
are 2 channels, 16bt, 48kHz and -12DB. This will allow your mic to show its best
features. Digital and Analog vocal limiter gives your
voice a warm and rich sound. The built-in High-Pass filter cancels the
low-frequency noise from your environment for clear sound. It comes with a zero-latency 35mm built-in
headphone jack. At number 7 we have the AmazonBasics Desktop
Mini. At a low price, AmazonBasics mic offers you
a higher quality experience. It is compatible with Windows 7 through 10,
Vista and even XP, along with Mac OS, and even Linux, and it is Plug and Play- no need
for additional drivers. It has a unidirectional pick-up pattern and
single capsule condenser which make it great for game streaming and podcasts. The only drawback is the 50Hz low-frequency
response, as opposed to the optimal 20Hz. All in all, if you want to test the waters
of streaming microphones, it is a great one to start with, and it comes with a 1-year
warranty. And for our final pick at number 8 we have
the Blue Snowball iCE. Thanks to its price-quality relation, Blue
Snowball is one of the most popular streaming microphones there is. Its cool spherical look adds to its popularity
as well. It is really easy to use – just plug it
in with a 2.0 USB device without installing additional drivers. Blue Snowball is largely popular among Twitch
streamers because it gives you a good quality sound, and is compatible with Windows 8, 7,
Vista and XP both Professional and Home Edition. It is also compatible with Mac OSx 10 or higher. With the addition of a pop filter, it records
a clear sound for optimal streaming. The latency response is 40Hz -18kHz. So that sums up our top microphones for streaming
of 2020. We hope you enjoyed. If you did please leave a like on the video
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