I have this mic. http://www.amazon.com/Labtec-LVA-7330-Clearvoice-Microphone-Shielded/dp/B00004Z6BL
I modded it so I can attach and take it off it and I put it on left side of my Audio Technica ATH-AD900 just like this. http://www.head-fi.org/t/446329/fragtalitys-audio-technica-ad700-boom-mic-mod --- Steam ID: Bomasa
I went with the Samson Go mic. Intended for on the go. But much better than all those cheap mics, not overkill for my purposes, small size does not take up too much desk space, and decent price within your budget. It performs well too. I have it set up like this: http://i.imgur.com/vH4hfDx.jpg --- I5 3570 | GTX 760 | FILCO Majestouch 2 tenkeyless | Zowie FK | Asus Xonar DGX | Kingston 120 GB SSD | Sennheiser HD 518 | Samsung S24A350H
samson go mic won't work for this guy. he needs a mic that doesn't pick up alot of noise, and the go mic has to be set at high levels because you can't put it anywhere near your mouth. Unless you want to tape it to your face. --- Pointing out your stupidity is not trolling
samson go mic won't work for this guy. he needs a mic that doesn't pick up alot of noise, and the go mic has to be set at high levels because you can't put it anywhere near your mouth. Unless you want to tape it to your face.
I have the mic. I set it to the -10 db and sit 2 feet away from my mouth. If I set it to the frontal cone option then people can clearly hear my roommate when he's sitting 6 feet away in a chair in my room (albeit at that setting it picks up my keyboard stupid loud and stuff played from speaker can be heard). It doesn't pick up my speakers when it's on the -10 db setting. I do have to have it raised off the desk on the cheap cup (quite a few pennies on the bottom) because my desk isn't sturdy enough so that when I type it shakes the desk and makes the mic shake and make noise.
Great mic, superb quality, enhanced with a pop filter. Perfect for Skype and voiceovers for the Tube.