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Neewer NW-700 Condenser Microphone Kit - $22.39 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39+) @ KAITO CO LIMITED Amazon AU

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For the price of $22.39, please use code MICAU120 at checkout, seller is KAITO CO LIMITED

  • The professional condenser microphone adopts the completely new audio circuit. Capture rich, full-bodied sound from sources that are directly in front of the mic. The cardioid pick-up pattern minimizes background noise and isolates the main sound source.
  • The adjustable scissor arm stand is made out of all steel construction, sturdy and durable. Folding type, convenient to carry. Can be mounted on the announcers' table. The double-braced arms add strength. Max load: Approx 35oz / 1KG
  • The microphone wind screen pop filter mask shield can ensure that your tracks are audible and easy to understand.And also it will make sure your message loud and clear, and banish the dreaded hissing and lisping sounds.
  • The metal shock mount features an angle adjustment with locking knob and can effectively reduce handling noise. The ball-type anti-wind foam cap can protect microphone against wind interference and singers' spit.

Kit Includes:

  • Condenser Microphone
  • Adjustable Suspension Scissor Arm Stand
  • Table Mounting Clamp
  • Metal Shock Mount
  • Pop Filter
  • Ball-type Anti-wind Foam Cap
  • 3.5mm Male to XLR Female Cable

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Comments

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    Would I be able to use this arm to mount my blue yeti? https://www.jbhifi.com.au/products/blue-yeti-usb-microphone-...

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      Yeti will be too heavy, and that's before I check if it will fit in the shock mount (I believe they need weird stuff). Honestly, invest in a xlr style mic and mixer first for a better long term usage.

      Oddly enough it says this stand can handle 1kg, so in theory it would work? I don't really believe it.

      For the price, it's a great starter kit (it comes with a condenser mic somehow?)

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        makes sense. I think for the price I might risk it. Some reviews have said they've used the yeti somehow, i'll give it a shot. such a cheap option

        • +2 votes

          I use this Neewer stand with my Yeti - I had to buy an adaptor (5/8" to 3/8" screw mount adaptor: https://www.amazon.com.au/gp/product/B01EUG7ENA/ref=ppx_yo_d...) so that you can use the screw mount on the stand to screw the Yeti onto it (the Yeti has a screw mount on the bottom). The Yeti hangs upside down but other than that the stand works just fine. I had to screw the thumb screws from the original desk stand for the Yeti back into the Yeti after mounting it this way though, as without the thumb screws I believe there was some exposed metal picking up interference or something as I was getting weird background static.

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            @satish89: oh awesome, thanks mate!

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            @satish89: I too use a Neewer arm with my Yeti. The supplied shock mount came with an adaptor to suit the Yeti mount thread. It holds up the weight fine. If it doesn't work you, you may be able to either tighten up the joints, or get stiffer springs for the arms.

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              @Mikeer: @Mikeer I bought just the arm by itself without the shock mount because I wasn't sure the shock mount would fit the Yeti. I did tighten the joints a fair bit but it doesn't seem like the arm is struggling to hold the weight of the Yeti itself up at all - it's been working really well actually. Does the shock mount in this pack fit the Yeti? If so, might be time to invest in it…

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        Not true. I'm using a AT2020 and the boom arm supports the mic with no issues at all.

    • -1 vote

      I've got a Rode NT in one which I believe (not confirmed) is heavier than Blue Yeti, it's fine.

      You may have to buy a new bit (sorry, can't think of proper name) to attach to top to hold the mic. but I'm pretty sure it will fit as is.

      There's no point in moving to XLR unless you want to spend serious money on an XLR interface because cheap ones are garbage. The first decent XLR interface starts at about 400USD. At the low end USB is the higher quality option assuming you get a good USB interface.

      The Yeti has a built-in interface which I'm assuming is good.

      • +8 votes

        I think that's underselling some of the Behringer and Scarlett interfaces in the $100-$200 range for those who are recording voice only or voice and a single instrument.

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          Exactly. The scarlett units are excellent!

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          Yeah, the Scarlett ADC performance is excellent. The DAC performance for monitoring is also pretty good, but it's backed up by a pretty awful amp with a lot of distortion.

      • +1 vote

        What about Roland's Quad-Capture / Duo-Capture series? Excellent pre-amp. Guarantee it sounds better than a Yeti built in.

    • +1 vote

      I got the NB-39 for my Blue Yeti and it works flawlessly. I would go that instead as I believe this is the smaller NB-35 which might struggle with the weight.

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    I only see $31.99.

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    Nice. Code works.

  • +10 votes

    Just as a heads up, if you don’t already have a box that provides phantom power to a mic, you will need to purchase the companion phantom power box as well so it will work correctly. So there’s a bit of extra hidden cost there that’s not immediately obvious to people just looking at the mic.

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      Oh thanks for the info, is it correct to assume, it is not possible to use this mi directly to laptop/PC, using mic Jack?

      • +3 votes

        Correct. It is designed for and really requires phantom power.

        You can use it directly input into your PC/laptop's port, but with poor volume response and a middling result.

        For ref: I have this mic and its Neewer phantom power unit as well as a Behringer Audio Interface (which has its own phantom power). Connected like this, it works very well, far better than it should at its price point. Unless you have a singing voice in the same league as Michael Buble or Marvin Gaye, its all you'll need and certainly to get going.

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      What is this phantom box you speak of? I'm only needing a baking mic, but something better than a $2 desktop mic I got.
      Would this work without this phantom box?

    • -5 votes

      The mic is garbage, buy something else :D

      You really only want to buy this for the scissor arm.

    • +1 vote

      It'll be a PC by PC basis, if your motherboard has an integrated soundcard that can supply enough power it should still work. A couple of my buddies use it in this way. If someones built a gaming/content creation oriented PC, they're probably good. But the power supply can certainly be ordered after the fact.

    • +1 vote

      "You will need" is incorrect. It depends on what you run it on. I have had this mic for about a year now and have only ever run it through the 3.5mm jack off my motherboard. It's plenty loud enough and works fine so telling people they 'need' a power supply is bad advice. Instead of listening to this poorly upvoted suggestion, listen to me and if you are buying this and have a good mobo, wait until you've tested it before you waste your money. Even if I bought a phantom power supply I wouldn't of used it as it's just another powered device that takes up room on my desk and it clearly isn't necessary because my mic is too loud when I have the settings cranked.

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    Dang it, keep getting unpublished for 'referral links'?

    Guess its something like this

    https://www.amazon.com.au/Neewer-1-Channel-Microphone-Conden...

  • +1 vote

    The microphone can not be used with mobile phone and tablet computer. Note: It cannot work with Mac.
    If you want better sound effect, a sound card should be used. (Sound Card is not included).

  • +19 votes

    Hey everyone, if you are also in need of the Phantom Power Supply, I just made you all a deal for that as well. Amazon has a 4-hour waiting period for brand new promo codes, so note the 2PM AEDT start time. :)

    START TIME: 09/01/2020 2:00PM AEDT

    Link: https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B076WF7DSP/?m=AJOR17O0JPJRP

    Seller: KAITO CO LIMITED
    Discounted Price: $13.25

  • -2 votes

    I found the Power supply in ebay (a bit cheaper and free postage) as well.

    https://ebay.us/k5ZL5o
    https://ebay.us/fedAlq

  • -1 vote

    Neewer NW-700 Condenser Microphone Kit

    Is the Neewer much of an improvement over the Oolder ???

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lqI96QWnpKk
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zkzz3X1nF4M

    To get some idea on the product before you go in. Solid for the price, and if your future upgrade paths lack an arm, mount and pop filter, this would suit if they're not too heavy.

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    How does this mic compare to the Rode NT USB?

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      About $160 cheaper inc shipping. You figure the rest out. o.O

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      Frequency responses is not that great with high and lows tapered off quite significantly even when comparing with a Shure SM58, significant level of EQing is needed to achieve a neutral sounding voice. Sensitivity isn't any better either. Tested with a Yamaha MGP24x sound desk with 48v phantom power.

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    Would this be suitable to try and reproduce classic hits of the last decade like Chocolate Rain?

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    Can you connect this up to an iPhone?

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    Can you use this for gaming? I'm in need of a new mic and the scissor arm is appealing.

    • +2 votes

      yes, but you need to buy the phantom power supply as well. The seller listed it above. Your mic will sound amazing, a lot clearer than a gaming headset.

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        Why do you people keep telling others this. You do not need a phantom power supply. Yes it will work better but I have had this mic for about a year now and have only ever run it on the 3.5mm onboard sound off my z370 mobo and it's louder than it ever needs to be.. If you have a laptop or phone then yes, grab a power supply but if you have a decent desktop computer, odds are you won't need one.

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          Onboard power vastly differs between implementations of sound controllers. Some boards are way better than others at it.

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            @Droidyy: Well current system is a z370 asrock extreme 4 but I tested this on my old budget media pc which is a gigabyte h series motherboard with a haswell refresh cpu in it (so at least 5 years old) and the mic worked fine on that too so either I have just been lucky or my point is still valid and you don't always "need" a phantom power supply..

        • -2 votes

          "you people"? why are you being racist? im saying it because it didn't work on my mobo, it wasn't powerful enough. but with the power supply its next level. worth the $13

          • -1 vote

            @cortex: Are you serious? How would I know your race to even be racist? How ridiculous. "You people" is referring to several people like you who have said to people in this deal comment section that they "need" a phantom power supply as if there is no other option to use the mic without it. I'm simply saying it's not always the case. The guy you responded to could be on desktop pc with a good enough mobo to run it for all you know but you responded to hes question of "is it good for gaming" by telling him he needs to purchase another item to use it. I thought that was fairly obvious.

  • +2 votes

    Is there something wrong with me? Logged into Amazon account (no prime), added item to cart, checkout, put code into "Gift & Promotional Codes" and I get a "The promotional code you entered cannot be applied to your purchase." error.

    • +1 vote

      Not just you, I am also having the same issue.
      Can anyone confirm the code still works?
      Thanks!

      • +1 vote

        Not working for me either…

      • +1 vote

        Same problem. Code cannot be applied.

        Edit. As mentioned elsewhere, the seller had defaulted to another when I reached the checkout so code didn't work. Once ensuring I had the correct seller everything worked correctly. :-)

    • +2 votes

      You need to make sure you pick the item with the seller Kaito. If not, the code will not be accepted.

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    Read a few feedback and it would seem that this and the phantom power are not compatible with a Mac?
    Anyone have info on this? PC only?

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    Darn it, just bought an mpm 1000u off ebay for 50.

    Any one recommending refunding that and getting this instead?

    Using it for streaming and general game comms

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    Sick if condenser mic is included

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    why do i need this ?

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    Got one, reviews looks promising! Will grab the PPSU at 2.

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    are there any deals on just the arm? I already have a mic

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    How does the nw700 compare to the nw800? @NeewerGlobal ?

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