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Trust GetTogether Design Microphone MC-1500

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      23.12.2012 18:16
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      Perfect as a first microphone or for occasional use

      Now I am not much of a sound guy, but I was pretty impressed with this little microphone.

      I bought it from Wilkinsons last year as at the time, the laptop I was using didn't have a built-in microphone. As soon as I plugged it in, Windows recognised it and I could it it immediately. Setup was therefore extremely easy! I was very impressed with it.


      The purpose of having a microphone was to record my voice for a YouTube tutorial video. I was at my glass desk at the time. This was perfect for this microphone as it has rubber feet to stop it from slipping. Admittedly, this is not an essential feature and it would have probably been as good without it, but it was just a nice little extra.


      The microphone itself can move across a pivot to the base to adjust the angle and make the audio pick up in the correct direction. This was very handy, especially as I decided where would be best to place it, my desk has two levels to it and if on the top level I was able to angle the microphone down and when on the bottom level I could angle it up towards my mouth.


      The sound quality is roughly equivalent to a laptop microphone. It is fine for basic tasks but if you are looking for something a little more clear you should probably invest in a better quality microphone as a fair bit of static was reduced.

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