Best Low Budget Mic | BOYA BY-M1 | UnBoxing Review & Test |

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The BEST cheap lavalier mic!?

There are hundreds of cheap lavalier microphones out there, but which one should you get? Here's what I recommend: the Purple Panda lavalier mic. Buy it on Amazon: Equipment used: Sony A7rII on Amazon: Zeiss 35mm f/1.4 on Amazon: Shure VP83 Lenshopper on Amazon: Zoom H1 on Amazon: Gorillapod on Amazon: Follow me on Instagram:

Boya BY-M1 Sound Test || Unboxing and Review of the Boya Microphone for Smartphone and DSLR

In this video, we did a review and sound test on Boya BY-M1 Omnidirectional Camera Lavalier Condenser Microphone that can be used for DSLR Cameras like Canon Nikon Sony but as well for smartphones like iPhone 7 6S, Samsung S8, S7, and other Android or IOS phones. In my opinion, the best budget microphone that you can find for only 20$. Ideal for great sound while making youtube videos, vlogs, etc. You can order Boya BY-M1 Microphone from this link: By subscribing to this channel you can watch every new video (until 500 views) without ads:

Top 10 Best Condenser Mics From Every Budget Click here for more in depth information and where to find the best prices for the condenser mics in this video! I have been writing and recording music for nearly 2 decades. Condenser mics have always been my favorite all around mics to record with. They are versatile and can be used over a broad set of applications. If you’re searching for a condenser mic to record vocals, guitar amps, podcasts, drums, or anything else, you have come to the right video! I know what it’s like to be looking for a condenser mic on a budget, which is why I have created this video. I wanted to help you in your search for the best condenser mic that fits your budget. This video shows the best condenser mics in every price range, so if your budget is $100 or $1,000 I have found, what I believe, to be the perfect condenser mic for you! Under $100: Audio-Technica AT2020 Buy: $100 - $200 Budget: AKG P420 Buy: $200 - $300 Budget: Rode NT1-A Buy: $300 - $400 Budget: AKG C214 Buy: $400 - $500 Budget: MXL GENESIS Buy: $500 - $600 Budget: Akg C314 Buy: $600 - $700 Budget: Neumann TLM 102 Buy: $800 - $900 Budget: AKG C414 XL II Buy: $900 - $1,000 Budget: Shure KSM44A Multi-Pattern Buy: $1,000 - $2,000 Budget: Neumann TLM 49 Buy: Please let me know what your favorite condenser mic is in the comments section below! We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to and affiliated sites.

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Samson Go Mic Compact USB Microphone Sound Test and Review - Plug n' Play

Link to the Samson Go Mic Compact USB Microphone: This is a video of the Samson Go Mic Review and Sound Test. Samson Go Mic Review Read our full review: Some of the highlights of our review: Ultra Portable: The Samson Go Mic is really meant for people who travel a lot and need a recording microphone when traveling. Its compact size makes it very ideal for traveling podcasters, journalists, vloggers or people who need an exceptionally-good microphone for Skype. However, that's not to say that it isn't useful for everyone else. The Samson Go Mic is a great microphone for anyone looking to record great sound directly to their computer. Forget the Pre-Amp at Home: If you are a person who travels a lot, then you'll certainly appreciate the feeling of forgetting something at home. The only difference with the Samson Go Mic is that you can actually afford to forget your Pre-Amp or Phantom power at home and not worry about being unable to record. The Go Mic plugs directly into the USB port of your computer and is pretty much plug and play with both Mac or PC. There are no drivers required. Amazing Sound, Period: During the course of our review of the Samson Go Mic, we found that the little Samson offered the best sound quality of any microphone in its class. The Go Mic has three recording modes (Cardioid, -10dB Cardioid and Omni-directional). The -10dB cardioid setting produces the clearest and warmest recording quality. But that's not to say that the other two modes are bad. The other two modes also offer sound quality that meets and exceeds the quality of any microphone at that price point. The Final Verdict: At the price (about $40) you definitely cannot go wrong. The Samson Go Mic is an extremely portable microphone packed with lots of nifty little features and exceptional sound quality. We are extremely pleased by the performance of the little Samson Go Mic.

Best Low Budget Mic under 1.5K range.
Clip-on lapel microphone for Smartphones, cameras, camcorders, audio recorders, tablets,and other audio/video recording devices
Omni-directional Condenser Microphone
Excellent for interviews
Each Mic Routes to Discrete Channel
Improved Sensitivity and Signal-to-Noise
Includes carrying pouch

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