If you're still using a pair of earbuds for your game sessions and zoom meetings, it's time to consider an upgrade. Here's a handy guide to help you decide how much to spend, and what kind of microphone you need.
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0:00 Intro 1:07 Room sound 1:37 Polar patterns 3:02 Microphones budgets 3:51 Testing microphones 4:39 Under $100 microphones 5:29 $100-$150 microphones 6:20 $150-$200 microphones 7:16 $200-$250 microhphones 8:18 XLR connection 9:40 Over $250 microphones 10:32 Adjustable mic arms 11:23 Comparing every mic