As we continue our search for the perfect microphone for your own personal needs and application(s), today we’re met with a great price-point that sits within the middle to lower-tier of budgets when it comes to recording and performing audio — $200 dollars or less. This will help us find a decently powerful and high-quality microphone solution while still saving some money at the same time. Although sifting through the different types of microphones may get a little messy for you (we understand), we’ll help spell out what kind of mic is best depending on what you’ll be using it for. Also keep in mind what setting (or settings if you intend to travel with your mic). Since it’s hard to pick just one and it’s relatively subjective when it comes to the word “best”, we chose quite a few of our favorites to give you options.
The best microphone under $500 is going to give us a great balance of affordability and overall mic quality. As many of our guides thus far have covered a variety of different types of microphones, we’ve seen truly how many shapes, sizes, sounds and personalities are out there in the mic game today. For our guide in particular you’re reading, we wanted to make sure we had a specific price-point as our backbone of the decision for the “best”, considering budget is typically the number one priority in selecting a mic to buy.
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, the best 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.
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.