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Neewer NW-7000 USB Studio Condenser Microphone & NW-35 Suspension Scissor Arm Stand $38.99 Delivered @ Peak Catch Amazon


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KIT INCLUDES: (1)NW-7000 USB Condenser Microphone(Black abd Gold), (1)Adjustable Suspension Scissor Arm Stand and Mounting Clamp, (1)Shock Mount, (1)USB Cable, (1)Ball-type Anti-wind Foam Cap
PREMIUM NW-7000 USB MIC: The Microphone utilizes cardioid pickup pattern with condenser capsule, minimizing background noise and isolating the main sound source; Plug-and-Play, no need to install any driver; Ideal choice for vocal, instruments, podcast, personal recordings and familiar situations
NW-35 ADJUSTABLE ARM STAND: The adjustable scissor arm stand with mounting clamp is made of all metal construction, sturdy and durable; The adjustable arms can be fold up and easy for you to carry around; The mounting clamp can attach to tables, desks, shelves, counters, etc; Suitable for any stores, families, stages, studios, broadcasting and TV stations, etc.
METAL SHOCK MOUNT: The shock mount features an adjustment with locking knob and can effectively reduce handling noises; The ball-type anti-wind foam cap can protect microphone against wind interference and singers' spit
WIDE COMPATIBILITY: Can be used with Mac without installing driver and Windows 2000/XP/7/8/10/Vista system; Strong output, no distortion, low power consumption

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  • +5

    Price in title

    • +2

      Or anywhere would be helpful… Love the handle btw.

  • Any deals on boom arm for Blue Yeti ?

  • +2

    i've got a neewer NW-80000-USB, it's a bit rubbish for recording - not sure what the right terms are, but it picks up way too much backgound noise and has a very noticable hiss. Compared it with a Aldi USB mic i bought and the difference was night and day. Both were condenser mics. Although with the neewer, friends did notice an improvement when chatting

    • Replace the usb cable and hiss will likely disappear

      • +2

        Hiss is not caused by the USB cable, it's caused by a poor preamp in the mic. After the preamp the signal goes into an ADC, after that its digital all the way to the computer. You could literally replace the USB cable with paper clips, as long as the 1s and 0s make it intact to the computer, it'll sound exactly the same as the best USB cable.

        • Well it worked for me but im no expert.

          • @PlagueistheCheap: maybe i've got a shit one. I used same USB cable between the two mics

  • thanks bought for a child who is wanting to get into it. I think it's a good starting point for kids before you spend $300 on the good stuff like I have for myself.

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