FIFINE AmpliGame USB Microphone with A Volume Dial, A Mute Button And A RGB Body for Streaming on PC/Laptop/PS Console
Pre-installed mount suspends noises from making their way to the mic;
Pop filter holds off plosives from blowing into the capsule
Act the character of pro-gamer with two-tone RGB. But not just a looker.
Sound quality is playful for being deep down the lows and clear in the highs.
Tap to mute without noises, lights off to warn you of silence;
Spin to adjust input level and adjust without alt-tab.
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Get into the character of streaming
No more cliche about the USB connection this time, it is a type-a jack, it is just plug-and-play on a Windows, Mac and a PlayStation console. If you want to, the compatibility can extend to your mobile. But the best bit is the USB port hiding behind the mic. It will look like a wireless model when you put it on your desk. Because the cable will go from the back directly to your computer, which is good for cable management.
Attached Shock Mount
Detachable Pop Filter
Metal Tripod Stand
USB-C to USB-A Cable
The customized accessories will bat your eyelids once more. They are fine-tuned for not just good-looking but for a performance reason. The microphone itself seems to be integrated into the shock mount, but it is actually clipped in place in a suspended way with rubber bands. Compared with those shock mounts that clamp on the microphone body, the suspension has better absorption of vibration noises.
Apart from a smiley logo, the detachable pop filter is pretty see-through. So it will not muddy the appearance of the microphone when you look at it from the front. But do not be fooled by such a thin layer, unlike the flapper filter that does not look good and sometimes does not work well either, it is quite good at rejecting rumbling. It also works as a dust collector, which collects the dust blew from the front and keeps the mic clean.
Break out the party piece
The connection is a breeze, but how can I tell if the microphone is ready to work? It might be the exact question when you get your hands on such electronics.
Once it gets power from a computer USB port, the RGB starts to shine. The lights are not all swagger, they also serve as an indicator of working statues.
They do not stay the same all the time either. The total four patterns with its two-tone lighting fade into another one in a smooth way and will blend in the mood of your studio perfectly.
Pull all the tricks out of the bag
It is on the tap where is the easiest place to tap, no matter how you position the mic, it is especially convenient when you put the mic on the included stand. But it is not so easy to let you forget that you are mute, because the eye-catching RGB lights will shut at that time to work as a notice.
In streaming, if there is any feedback about you being soft or loud from your audience or teammates, the control dial hiding underneath will help fix the volume issue on the fly. No bother with the time-consuming audio settings on your computer system and you will have a more constant sounding throughout the whole streaming.
Clarity will earn it a place in your studio
The size of the capsule is 16mm and the lowest frequency the mic can pick up is 60Hz, those two figures both suggest that it is not the model giving you the warm sound heard from radio broadcasts.
But in most situations, you do not need a too bassy tone to muddle your voice, because it is born for gaming! The application requires many trebles, your teammates need to hear you well even with the game sound up. The highest frequency is 18KHz and it is boosted a bit to guarantee a clearer reproduction of your voice.
But what about background sound? You are going to pull off a combo by putting the mic 5 inches within your mouth. Your voice will appear more engaging, thus fewer background noises and a more balancing tone.
As for the keyboard sound that attacks from behind, let the cardioid pattern cover your back! And the distancing also does its part in noises rejection, the closer the mic gets to the sound source, the further it is away from those distracting sounds.