FIFINE T669 USB Microphone Bundle with Arm Stand & Shock Mount for Streaming, Podcasting on Laptop/PC
Articulate condenser mic to up the game in OBS streaming.
USB setup: Windows, Mac, PS4/5 compatible.
All-metal body, on-body mic control, stylish design.
Tripod stand and anti-wind cap for travelling light.
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The term of the metal body has been used loosely. And because of the limitation of the size, the mic itself is not super heavy-duty. But it is made out of metal and printed with a sleek black finish, it just sounds and feels much better than plastic.
USB Plug-and-play & A Detachable Cable
It still uses a USB type-A connector, which means you would have to find a proper adapter to hook it up with your latest type-C only Macbook Pro. For the rest computer models, the type-A jack of the T669 does not lose its charm. It is still a fool-proof auto-installation on Windows, Mac and Play Station (incompatible with Xbox) when you plug the mic in.
The cable can also be unplugged from the microphone, which makes it easy to pack up and carry around the mic. And it is cost-conscious to replacing the broken or missing cord without buying the whole microphone.
Compatibility with Mobiles
With all these included accessories, it seems that the home studio is the comfort zone for this mic. But the hiding-behind feature is the compatibility with iPhone & iPad and Android just through a USB adapter. It is not a necessary trick for a computer microphone, but isn't it just good to have such an extra benefit?
A Volume Control
Make a quick adjustment whenever you get live feedback from a game streaming, broadcast episode or web conferencing about your voice being too soft or too loud. It is not a fancy feature that blows your mind, but you just do not have to ask everyone to wait and then pull up a config. panel on your computer to adjust the volume, which sounds rather tricky and time-consuming already.
Pull all the accessories out of the bag
Scissor Arm Stand
For pulling the microphone in when getting started or swaying the mic aside to keep everything neat and tidy.
For creating a buffer zone for the microphone to absorb vibrations from bumping of desks or the arm stand.
Dual-layer Pop Filter
For protecting the microphone from the direct air-blowing. Thus reducing the unpleasant noise of "B" or "P" sound.
Mini Tripod Stand
For transferring the mic into an on-the-go version. Together with a foam cover, you can have a whole audio setup out of the backpack.
For holding the mic in place. And for combining with the tripod stand to set a perfectly horizontal or vertical angle on whatever desk.
Anti-wind Foam Cap
For diffusing direct air-blowing from the sound sources. It also serves as a well-covered pop filter, but for windy outdoor scenarios.
Top applications' head to head
Streaming vs Recording
Streaming Games or Online Gaming Communication
Because of the ability to get the best clarity up the top, its predecessor, FIFINE K669b, has a good record of being a voice mic. Gamers' praise on this T669 will long live, not just because of the inherited crisp high ends, the improved self-noise level.
The scissor arm keeps the mic off a table or off noise sources, like your keyboard or mouse to be more precise, so the typing or clicking noises in your streaming will be noticeably reduced. And a shock mount helps absorb vibration, when you get too excited in streaming and boom the desk, your audience will hear much less annoying noise than ever.
Voice-over/Podcast, even Instrument Recording
With the boom arm stand, you do not have to lean on the side in order to talk close. Because speaking distance is rather crucial in podcasting. Let alone the fact that this T669 has a tightened low-end. You still can get deeper and warmer the radio sound when your mouth is close to the mic.
And the arm stand also provides the flexibility to swing the mic around. It sounds just like some desk management to make the whole setup look clean and tidy. But in podcasting, it also gives the guarantee to have good eye contact, which is an important part of a live podcast.