Earthworks may just have created the world's most beautiful (and realistic) sounding microphone. Find out more in our review!
The Movo VSM-7 is an interesting mic for Bradford. At just $124.95, the microphone is relatively inexpensive for XLR Condenser mics. However, while he's really enjoyed the sound the mic itself can produce, there are a few issues we encountered with build quality that did have me concerned overall. However, the question remains: do they stop the mic from being a decent entry-level XLR for the money?
There are no two ways about it: the PreSonus PD-70 looks like one of the most iconic broadcast mics on the market, but at a fraction of the price. Can it hang on its own merit? Let's find out together!
What happens when you give a few mad scientist-like audio engineers 18 months of R&D, 3 months of unorthodox testing, and no boundaries? This type of technological jiggery-pokery can only produce something like The Element from Aston Microphones. And we are here for it.
When it comes to microphones, things are pretty straightforward -- literally. The AmbiMik-1 from MiniDSP changes things up with full positional recording, transporting your listener into your recording space. Is it worth $349? Find out in our review.
Are you a streamer or content creator looking to take your audio capture to the next level? The Rode Broadcaster may be for you. It features a condenser capsule in a broadcast design to give your voice the natural sound your listeners deserve -- but for $419, does the sound quality live up to its lofty aspirations?
Aston Microphones is one of the world's premier microphones developers. Today, they've announced that, for the first time, they're inviting you into the design process to create the world's first "people's microphone" with their brand new microphone, the Element.
Are you a content creator on a budget, that wants great sound? The Rode PodMic might just be for you! This is our official review.