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Recommend a microphone

KEV1NKEV1N 106 PointsMember, Level3
Looking to get one so I can yell at talk to people when playing Vermintide. I've never bothered with one before so I'm looking for some recommendations. Nothing too fancy though.

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  • SlobMikeSlobMike 32 PointsMember, Level2
    Depends if you want wireless or not.
  • NeoheresyNeoheresy 36 PointsMember, Level2
    edited October 2015
    For wired, go ahead with Zalman ZM-MIC1. It's cheaper than you'd think and is much, much better than you would expect it to be.
  • hvwdeshvwdes 39 PointsMember, Level2
    I find the Blue Microphones Snowball to be quite nice. It's not cheap, but it's not that expensive either. You should definitely look into it!
  • KEV1NKEV1N 106 PointsMember, Level3
    Thanks guys I'll take a look later.
  • TheDementedRavenTheDementedRaven 39 PointsMember, Level2
    edited October 2015
    hvwdes said:

    I find the Blue Microphones Snowball to be quite nice. It's not cheap, but it's not that expensive either. You should definitely look into it!

    I second this. I've been told to get this mic. I've heard it and the quality is worth it's price.
    You can get a half decent deal on one on Ebay so I've been told. (I've not checked so take this with a pinch of salt)
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  • maimusmaimus 58 PointsMember, Level2
    edited December 2015
    hvwdes said:

    I find the Blue Microphones Snowball to be quite nice. It's not cheap, but it's not that expensive either. You should definitely look into it!


    I have a Snowball, It doesn’t pick up my voice loudly enough. I’m not sure if it is because of the background noise (PC fan, seriously it is like a small plane in my room) or just me being quite in general. I even tryed holding it up to my mouth and it still wasnt as loud as i would imagin.

    So I just stick to my head set mic. I have a Razer Tiamat 7.1
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  • KimberKimber 44 PointsMember, Level3
    Depends if you want a headset or standalone mic. Personally I prefer stand alones, I always end up yelling when i start talking with headphones on. I use a Rode podcaster, which with all the accessories to mount it on a desk arm cost around €170, probably out of most peoples budget but the audio quality is great and I used it for audio production so made sense to me.
  • Lulle86Lulle86 12 PointsMember, Level1
    I have the Zalman ZM-MIC1 too. A friend of mine recommended it to me. And now i do it to you :) Even if u already bought yours then the next person who reads this knows it :).
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