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Neewer NW-800 Professional Studio Broadcasting Recording Condenser Microphone - $36.79 Delivered @ Peak Catch Amazon AU

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45MBHLSA

For the price of $36.79, please use code 45MBHLSA at checkout & seller is Peak Catch. While supplies last.

  • This Kit Includes:(1)Condenser Microphone + (1)Adjustable Suspension Scissor Arm Stand + (1)Table Mounting Clamp + (1)Metal Shock Mount + (1)Ball-type Anti-wind Foam Cap + (1)3.5mm Male to XLR Female Cable. PLEASE NOTE: Sound Card, 48V Phantom Power, 1/4" to XLR Cable & XLR to XLR Cable are needed to purchase additionally.
  • 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 table mounting clamp,a specially designed table mounting clamp for universal microphone suspension boom scissor arm stand.
  • 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.

Package Contents:

  • 1 x NW-800 Professional Condenser Microphone
  • 1 x NW-35 Scissor Arm Stand
  • 1 x Metal Shock Mount
  • 1 x Ball-type Foam Cap
  • 1 x Table Mounting Clamp
  • 1 x 3.5mm Male to XLR Female Cable

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Comments

  • is this unidirectional where i can have audio from speakers not being caught by microphone?

    • it may depend on the 45v power on/off.

      • Phantom power (45v) doesn't impact the pick up pattern of the microphone (in this case, cardioid). If you don't have phantom power on your preamp, it will not work at all. Any condenser microphone requires phantom power to work, as opposed to a dynamic microphone which doesn't. Any half decent microphone preamp has phantom power.

    • This is a cardioid pattern meaning it will mainly pick up sound from the front. So yes, if your speakers are behind it you'll be right.

  • Funny. I just bought this today for my
    Missus.

    OZSTOCK BM800 Condenser Microphone Kit Studio Suspension Boom Scissor Arm Sound Card https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B0794W7TZR/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i...

    This is $$44 comes with pop filter and spare USB sound card

    • Please provide your review on sound quality and levels as I have read BM800 depends on external power supply. I need a good microphone in similar price range for making videos with little to no background noise.

      • I also got a phantom power supply. Will let you know. PM in a few weeks if you want to remind me

  • Any deals for a power supply to go with it OP?

  • is this worth it? as in is it a good mic for streaming?

    • These are generally better for streaming but they are an XLR mic and as a result you need an external power supply and an audio interface. So this comes up to a few hundred as well.

      Because of this, for many streamers using something like a Blue Snowball running through Voicemeeter is a great budget choice. I use a Blue Yeti for my streaming and I always get complimented on my voice. However I'm moving to podcasting in the next few months so have started to invest in an XLR setup.

  •  

    Does the arm move & rotate freely, or do you have to "lock" it in a certain position every time you adjust?

  • FWIW I have a Neewer USB condenser microphone (NW-7000) and it was fantastic value for the price. However, I went for the USB model instead of XLR because reviews indicated that external phantom power is required for the XLR model, otherwise it either doesn't work or the signal is weak and low quality. If you don't already have a suitable power supply and don't otherwise need one, it'll be much better value to just get one of the USB models that doesn't need anything extra. At the time I purchased mine, it was more expensive than the XLR, but the price difference was much less than the cost of the power supply

  • Apparently not really a condenser mic
    https://biptunia.com/?p=1256

  • I bought a NW-7000 and am very pleased with it.

    Just realised this coupon code will kick into effect later on. My bad. :X

  • Purchased the all black NW-8000 USB mic, two desktop stands and flashed a Wyze security cam for Zoom during lockdown. All up with cable for the cam about $120.

  • hey looking for a boom arm for my blue yeti, is this worth getting and using the boom arm and shock mount only?

  • I have a better mic than this, but it also needs phantom power. Not ALL xlr devices need phantom power, but these mics do. I have a few audio mixers kicking around as I do live performances - or did at least pre-covid. A couple of my behringer mixers have a USB output so I don't need a sound card. If you have an audio
    mixer or see the need to get one too, then this is a great deal. If you are just a youtube wannabe or a zoom commuter a mic that is designed to run off USB will be an easier and cheaper option.

  • What shadow power do you guy use?