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This review is from: Black Studio Microphone Shock Mount Clip Holder For MXL Large Diameter Condenser Mic
Pros: Bungie material is good and mounts fine
Cons: Pot metal shock ring means if you drop it, it will shatter like a rose dipped in liquid nitrogen.
BUT, the retainer ring that holds the mic is far too small. The inside of the retainer has a thin neoprene glued to the inside to protect the mic, but this cushion adds an extra 15mil that absolutely obstructs the microphone.
I ended up scratching my mic because there are rivets that tie the bungie rails to the ring that dig in if you push too much.
This review is from: OLYMPUS ME-52W 3.5mm Connector Noise-Cancellation Microphone
Pros: Clarity at close range and form factor of product.
Cons: Poor performance as a shotgun mic, picks up lots of ambient noise when input volume and liberal mic boost is used.
Other Thoughts: Bottom line, this should only be used as a lapel mic with a decent transmitter OR as intended with an Olympus recorder. PER THE INSTRUCTIONS, you will only get the most out of this mic with an Olympus recorder.
A decent headset or low level microphone SLAMS this out of the park.
This review is from: Turtle Beach Ear Force Z1 PC Gaming Headset
Pros: -Decent mic input quality
-Decent Sound quality
Cons: -Flimsy constructions
-Guaranteed failure due to weak material joints
-Uncomfortable headphone cushions
Other Thoughts: I bought these at a local competitor, and trusted the brand. What I regret doing, was research on my favorite eggsite. This was my first Turtle Beach product and will be my last.
My right headphone cup snapped off at the pivot point after a few months like others here. I tried to salvage it by a combination of modeling clay and guerrilla glue, which worked great; however, the other side had just snapped off the other day.
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