This microhpnoe is ideal for recording your vocal or even your acoustic live instruments such guitar or violin, this mic have endless utlity as catching a professional take <br><br>
Purchasing a USB microphone for the sole purpose of video chatting will be a tough sell for most folks. People like podcasters will expect a bit more functionality from a peripheral like this. Luckily, the unit boasts a "Natural Recording Mode" that promises instrument-tracking capabilities as well. But does the Tiki handle online banter, voice recording and guitar sounds well enough to warrant a $60 purchase? And exactly how smart is the intelligent mute? Read on to see what we discovered when we gave this flash drive-sized microphone the full-on review treatment.
Two custom condenser capsules with advanced DSP (400 MHz)
Two Modes: Speech Mode-brings your voice to the forefront, cancelling background noise, Natural Recording Mode-captures a wide range of sources from vocals to instruments with clarity
Compatible with PC and Mac with USB 2.0+
Plug and play, no drivers or software needed
CD-quality Audio: 16 bit 44.1 k, 40 Hz-20 kHz
16-bit recording at CD quality and beyond—44.1 or 48 kHz
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