Searching through the rubble to find the best microphone under $100 can be tough, so today we wanted to focus on this specific price-point to help your shopping endeavors. As we’ve seen thus far in many of our shopping guides, microphones come in many different shapes and sizes to help accompany many different types of applications and people. That’s why finding the absolute best microphone under $100 may be a tough answer to completely answer, so today we found a list of our favorite mics of all time that fall under a Benjamin. Let’s take a look at what we found.
When it comes to filming those beautiful YouTube videos, there’s more to just having some 1080p HD or even 4K video quality. Many of those who make YouTube videos semi-pro or even professionally at times may forget about an entire half of the equation — what about the sound? Fortunately for us in this day and age, microphones for YouTube videos come at a pretty affordable price (depending on what you’re after). Since we’re mic experts, we wanted to cover the base for all YouTubers when it comes to elevating that sound quality for your videos. Let’s get into the top 10 best.
So you’ve finally grabbed the perfect microphone to begin recording or performing, but still need a specific device to power it up? The best microphone preamps in the market today come with many capabilities aside from merely providing some phantom power to allow your microphone work, and depending on which route you go, can do wonders for your current setup in terms of expansion, upgrading, and standing out from the rest. Today we took the time to review the top 10 best microphone preamps out there worth looking at, however come with a few extra factors when it comes to determining which is best for you.
What is the best microphone stand? Which stand should I buy to keep my microphone safe and secure? Now that you have your microphone and studio or live setup ready to go, you need a nice stand that will top it all off (unless you’re into holding your mic in the studio or on stage). Our ultimate pick ended up being the Pyle-Pro PMKS5, but since there are a few different shapes, sizes and types of mic stands, we found a few more and listed their highlight features, specs, and why you should buy it to help provide some options.
Whether you’re on a PC or Mac, the question of what is the best computer microphone leaves you with a few options to take into consideration. It all depends on your budget, microphone type, and intended use. Our ultimate choice for a variety of uses would be the Blue Yeti; however, we know there may be others whose personal preferences may fall outside of the average user looking for a top microphone for their computer. Let’s get into the reviews and comparisons of the top 10 best computer microphones below.
The best ribbon microphone to buy really depends on a few factors, and you’ve come to the right place if you wanted some reviews and comparisons on the best in the market. Although we ultimately think the MXL R144 is one of the best ribbon microphones out there, today took the time to find 10 models to help you compare and contrast when it comes to your personal needs in a mic. Which is best for you is dependent on your budget, preference of connection, intended use, as well as additional accessories you think you may need.
As we continue to survey the best types of microphones of all shapes and sizes, a condenser microphone is a highly sought out device, especially when it comes to attaining supreme recording quality of many different instruments (including your own voice!). Condenser mics are able to follow sound waves of all frequencies more accurately in contrast to other popular types of mics. Therefore, their sound is more natural, transparent and clear in result. The best condenser microphones generally have a broader frequency response, hotter output, and a faster transient response than others, so today we found the 10 best to help your recording endeavors.
As technology continues to grow, USB-friendly musical instruments are steadily taking the market by storm. One of the first “USB” types of gear was indeed the microphone. Back in the day, we remember buying one of those “stick mics” that hooked up to USB and we were in awe — how easy was it to merely plug-in a mic into a computer, not have to load any drivers and get to recording or playing games with friends? Today we decided to constrain your search to only USB microphones priced at under $100 or lower. Let’s see what we found.
If you couldn’t tell, we obviously love microphones. They come in many different shapes, sizes and applications. Nowadays, many electronic solutions seem to be gearing more and more towards wireless capabilities. When it comes to our concern, microphones have been wireless for quite a while, but not until recently has technology allowed it to really take off when it comes to overall quality (and completely replacing wired mics when applicable). There are quite a few models out there worth looking at, so today we went through a bunch to pinpoint the top 10 best in the market to help your shopping endeavors. Let’s see what we found.
We love microphones, and in our opinion one of the most attractive features is the wide range of price points we can get from the niche. Even though professional grade models go up into the thousands, with the advancement of technology nowadays, there are some very attractive budget-friendly mics available to us. In this article we focus on microphones that are typically priced at $50 or lower. Which model you check out depends on a few needs of yours however, and we made sure to spell that out for you. Let’s get started.