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Question about microphone

Discussion in 'Video Editing, Recording, Software & Hardware' started by MoonstarGaming, Jan 5, 2019.

  1. MoonstarGaming
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    I'm looking to buy a new gaming microphone. I would like one that sits on my desktop and is noise canceling. I found one that is on amazon that is called Tonor and was just wondering if this one is good and will it work with Windows 10?
     
  2. RoyalPhoenix
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    whats your budget
     
  3. MoonstarGaming
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    Well I don't want to spend over $1000 dollars but I can spend over $20 dollars on one
     
  4. Unanswered5s
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    Well, I would recommend starting with the Blue Snowball. I think you can get one from Amazon for around $30-$40 dollars and is brilliant for the price. If you then start to grow you could always upgrade to a Blue Yeti.
     
  5. Cephus
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    I have a Blue Yeti and it works fine, even though it doesn't do what I want it to do for my own recording. Quality wise though, it's top notch.
     
  6. Unanswered5s
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    Definitely. I had the Yeti for a long while and just upgraded to the Rode-NT - and would recommend, it's a bit more bassy.
     

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