Do you like turtles? Upgrade your online banter with the Turtle Beach Stream Mic

Subject: General Tech | February 6, 2017 - 02:46 PM |
Tagged: turtle beach, microphone, audio, Stream Mic

Upgrading your microphone from the one found on your gaming headset can make a significant difference in the way you sound online.  Being able to do so for around $50 and to be able to use the same device on your PC, Xbox and PS4 might just convince some that the upgrade is worth it.  The Turtle Beach Multi-Format Stream Microphone can be transferred between devices with a simple switch and it will run without any drivers.  It also has a a built in headphone amplifier so you can move your headset with you without unplugging.  Drop by eTeknix for a look at it.

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"While many of us only need a standard headset with a simple boom mic, there’s a growing demand for higher quality microphones for both gamers and streamers, on Twitch, YouTube Live and much more. Turtle Beach are not the first to make a dedicated streaming microphone, but they are one of the more affordable options too, and their new Stream Mic comes with support for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC, making it a tempting solution for the multi-format gamer and streamer."

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February 6, 2017 | 08:22 PM - Posted by spartibus

Most >$50 headset mics are indistinguishable quality wise from one of these stand alone mics, for regular speech. These standalone mics also have the downside that if you don't have a mic stand, the vibrations from hitting keys on your keyboard will travel to the mic and be extremely audible, even with noise cancellation provided by software. For that reason alone I hate when people use these types of mics to communicate, because they don't even notice that they are doing it, and think that since they spent X amount of money they are set.

Also as a side note, the link provided from eteknix goes to a headset review instead of the standalone mic talked about in the pcper post.

February 6, 2017 | 08:53 PM - Posted by flippityfloppit...

Turtle Beach is living in markup city, where the tourists do not read tour guides.

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