1Sale offers Polsen DM-USX1 Dynamic Microphone with XLR and USB Connections for $39.99 (orig. $59.99) +Free Shipping
Well suited for podcasts, video conferencing, and even live performances, the Polsen DM-USX1 is a rugged microphone that offers both analog and USB connections. Plug the mic into a house mixer or PA system, or use it with your computer over a USB port. Either way, the mic will require no external batteries or power—just plug it in, and it's ready to use.
Dynamic Microphone The DM-USX1 doesn't require batteries or phantom power to operate. Just plug it in, set your levels, and go to work. Optimized for Vocals This microphone is optimized to record clear and intelligible vocals and speech. A wide frequency response of 50 Hz to 16 kHz and high sensitivity make this microphone capable of capturing your voice with clarity and accuracy. Supercardioid Polar Pattern The supercardioid polar pattern focuses on the sound in front and minimizes off-axis background noise, a feature that makes the DM-USX1 ideal for video conferences in noisy office or home environments. The supercardioid polar pattern is also ideal for preventing feedback in live stage or presentation applications. Rugged and Portable Take your microphone anywhere. Its solid metal construction will withstand the bumps and knocks of travel as well as onstage use. On/Off Switch The on/off switch is a convenient feature that lets you quickly mute the microphone for a side conversation or when there's a pause in your conference. USB and XLR Outputs Use the USB cable to plug into any computer or DAW with an available USB port. Add an XLR cable to your rig, and connect it to a mixing board, PA system, or amplifier with an XLR input. Headphone Output Headphone latency—hearing your voice out of sync with your speaking—can be a killer in online meetings and chats. The DM-USX1's headphone output lets you hear yourself in your headphones without latency. It also lets you monitor the audio playback when you're recoding a podcast. Integrated A/D Converter An analog-to-digital converter is built right into the microphone, so no other hardware is needed for video conferencing and recording audio to your computer. And you'll sound great, thanks to the 16-bit/ 44.1 or 48 kHz sampling rate that will give you CD-quality audio. Mic Clip and Desktop Tripod Dynamic mics are famous for their handheld applications, but that's no way to have a video meeting or record a podcast. The included mic clip has a 5/8-27 socket that will screw onto any mic stand. For desktop conferences or recording narration or voice-overs, attach the mic clip to the desktop tripod for convenient hands-free operation.
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Posted on 16 December 2021, 03:08 PM