Rated 2 out of 5 by me from Previous reviewer N. Rated 5 out of 5 by Rich from Fantastic, High Quality Microphone The negative review below is inaccurate, and after using this microphone for over a year I felt the need to post my own review. Finally, when it is plugged in and working, the mic gives off a pleasant blue LED color. Incidentally, the mic being used for this review, was purchased directly from this website. I like the fact that USB mics use one cable and stay digital through the entire process. This mic should have an option to plug in a USB drive or SD card directly into the mic, thus to not even require having a computer power provided by the USB input for initial storage.

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This is a plug-and-play mic, only the computer audio settings need to be adjusted after plugging it in for the first time. The MXL can record at bit, 96kHz which is high enough for any professional broadcast needs. I purchased my own stand, pop filter, shock mount, and studio foam to convert the walk-in closet into a very nice studio environment.

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This, again, is probably due to the 96kHz. The resulting portability from this, would really raise the bar. Click here for more Accessories.

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This mic should have an option to plug in a USB drive or SD card directly into the usb009, thus to not even require having a computer power provided by the USB input for initial storage. MXL designs and engineers recording tools, signal processors and music accessories for consumers, musicians, hobbyists and audio professionals.

Incidentally, jsb.009 mic being used for this review, was purchased directly from this website. Rated 2 out of 5 by me from Previous reviewer N. I own a number of their high end microphones Woodpecker, and capsule mics and they are fantastic. My guess is that the reviewer below had either the microphone or his software set up improperly. The hardware knobs provided on the. It is a standard XLR condenser requiring phantom power.

He states that the AT has a marked hiss for sibilants however these can be mitigated by properly aligning, using a pop filter, and using a standard de-esser. You might like to get a better monitoring setup. I like the fact that USB mics use one cable and stay digital through the entire process. Currently using the latest version of the OS from the certain company, incompatibility and unfriendliness are only to be expected.

The microphone’s build quality is outstanding; it is rather large and heavy, and impressive to look at. Technical Specs Accessories Images Reviews.

The mic is tall, and has a fine brushed metal look. He also states that mono recording is a negative aspect of the microphone.

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MXL® Microphones – MXL USB bit/96kHz USB High Quality Desktop Microphone

The Zero latency settings for monitoring while recording in fact, come in handy. A microphone input gain control is also featured for added convenience and control. Inaccurate First off, let me say that I own two of the three microphones mentioned in his review.

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MXL Usb.009 24/96 Digital USB Condenser Microphone

MXL mics deliver high quality sound on par with far more expensive mics. This is debatable, but the vast majority of professional microphones record in mono, and stereo or 5.

In every case I received compliments on the sound quality. The AT after extensive tests has noticeably better recording quality than the Yeti Standard, so perhaps the focus pays off for a singular purpose, of acoustic usb.00 or voice.

MM Series microphones are designed to usb.09 audio quality to mobile video recordings. Please check your local sales tax laws. USB microphones just make sense going from analog XLR, through phantom power or a soundboard, and then converting to digital just involves too many steps where something can go wrong.