CAD Audio U37 Microphone USB à condensateur
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Description du produit
El U37 es un micrófono condensador que funciona por USB. Tiene un patrón polar cardioide que aisla la fuente principal de sonido y minimiza el ruido de fondo. Amplia respuesta en frecuencia y atenuador de -10dB. Filtro en graves para reducir ruido. Incluye un cable de 3 metros y un soporte de sobremesa.
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To install the stand remove ring from microphone put thru loop of stand and screw on ring clamping it in place. I started to cross thread the ring but when I flipped it, it threaded perfectly, so check this when installing to stand. The program used to record the video was Photo and Video Pro Suite X5.
* Good quality recording with variable settings on the mike itself
* Very easy to install. No driver software-- just plug it in and it works
* Responsive cyan LED to help indicate power / recording level
* Excellent size. When set on a table it's at just about the perfect height for recording
* Surprisingly good sound quality, especially for a mike this light-weight and low-priced
* Neat little table tripod stand, easy to set up and use
* Comes with generous-length cable
None really. Terrific little mike. These are more "be aware of these things when recording":
* This is (as advertised) a studio mike. It is really, really, really sensitive and will pick up all sounds in the room-- including computer fans and a small 10" room fan I had set on low about 6 feet away. Such noise of course can be easily overcome in post-processing using a program such as Audacity (available free on the Net) or other music processing software.
* That said, it has a "bass switch" that provides reduction of background noise by reducing mike sensitivity for some sound levels.
* That said... the bass switch also alters the overall quality of recording sound. This can also be adjusted via post-processing.
* THAT said... it's best to record in an enclosed room using a tablet or laptop with as little fan sound as possible, because this WILL pick up all sound in the room. It's meant to do so to provide distortion-free recording.
For best recording I use this with my Windows tablet (zero fan noise, easy portability and setup). The result is a very effective "recording studio" which does a good job for not a lotta cash. Quality Windows tablets today can be purchased for around $200. So that along with this mike and free downloaded software provides a good recording environment that will suit the needs of many users. And of course it functions perfectly as a high-quality computer mike for Skype or other chat purposes.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
A good-quality voice and instrument recording mike. Solo voice/guitar? Yes. Computer voice mike? Yes but it will pick up background noise. Group mike? Yes, it's a studio mike; it picks up sound well.
WHAT NOT TO EXPECT:
Don't expect $300 + $20 wind screen sound recording from this. It has very good sound recording, but there are better mikes on the market if your budget allows. However if you're on a limited budget and want GOOD results and would like a USB mike that plugs right into your computer, I don't believe this can be beat. I've purchased several microphones and this has as good a quality sound recording as any mike I have purchased.
This isn't a "band" mike. This is for use in "studio conditions" (ie, in a closed environment without background noise) directly plugged into your computer's USB port. Used as an outdoor mike at a concert or such... well I haven't tried that yet. Typically studio mikes are not good for such. Used in live performance: no. The background noise pickup and feedback potential would be immense.
SOLO STUDIO RECORDING:
Because it does pick up external noise you can play it with an acoustic instrument without miking the instrument separately; it will pick up about the same quality and positioning as the human ear. Interestingly this mike seems to work better from 12 inches than the standard 2 to 4 inches that most recording mikes prefer. I got excellent results when recording at 12". At 2" from the mouth the sound is still excellent but one gets the feeling of "really not necessary and is actually too much". 12" or even further seems perfect, which is great news for solo acoustic guitar performers.
This mike would work equally well running an electric guitar through an amp and setting the amp to the side. The mike has such faithful reproduction of sound it should lose little or nothing in the distance translation.
In short, a terrific mike for studio recording. If you're looking for an inexpensive quality studio microphone, this is well worth your consideration.
Unfortunately there is a big time delay when wanting to monitor the mic with headphones. If you need to monitor yourself, buy a mic that plugs straight into the mic jack and not the USB port. I took off one star for this.
Personally I don't need a monitor myself when recording so this mic fits my needs well. I thought I'd mention it though.
UPDATE: I built out a little nook in my closet with some acoustic foam. This mic records even more great now!!! This is a fantastic mic to get in to recording voice or youtube videos.
It's awesome. I used the included stand for years. but recently have switched to a mounted boom. The extremely long USB cable has been awesome to to use not only for the mic but also for charging various devices over the years.
Note that it does pick up the faintest of noises, like my 1 year old talking up a storm downstairs and in the kitchen pretty far away the point I can barely hear him. In return, it does pick up whispers extremely well.
- Be sure to tune the buttons accordingly (keep the bass flat for podcasts and voice overs, as you want the bass in your voice).
- Keep the pop filter (http://amzn.to/2yIhmXz) at least 6" away from the mic.
- It does pick up too much ambient noises, even though the sound is not directed at the front of the mic.
I'm using it with this microphone stand: http://amzn.to/2AVEJTu
And this pop filter: http://amzn.to/2yIhmXz