Posts Tagged ‘Microphone

Razer has announced Razer Seirēn, their latest USB digital microphone. Want to create high quality broadcasts or live streaming? The digital microphone may catch your eyes.

Razer Seirēn Studio-Grade USB Digital Microphone

How to take a high-quality interview in the street using your iPhone or iPad? Take a look at Mighty Mic, the ultra portable microphone may be a nice idea.

The Mighty Mic Ultra Portable Microphone for Mobile Devices

Want to record your own music with high quality and share it with your friends? Take a look MiQ, the iOS microphone system should be a nice solution.

MiQ iOS Microphone System

It seems the traditional Apple earphones that always pack together with Apple mobile devices will be fully replaced by all-new EarPods, and the EarPods earphones with remote and mic has also been available on Apple Store. If you’re curious, let’s go on checking.

Apple EarPods Earphones with Remote and Mic

Boom Mic for iPhone

April 17, 2012 | In: Apple Gadgets

You like using your iPhone to record videos, but feel the sound is a bit low? Take a look at the boom mic for iPhone. The little iPhone gadget should be able to solve the problem.

Boom Mic for iPhone

You can use a retro telephone styled iPhone dock to answer your calls. But if you prefer to speak like a star, the following handmade docking station with retro microphone may be able to draw your more attention.

Handmade Docking Station with Retro Microphone for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

Most of smartphones features a 3.5mm audio jack for connection with external speaker system. But if you prefer to enjoy music in a wireless way, you can use wireless speaker or the Bluetooth audio receiver.

Bluetooth Audio Receiver for Smarphones


I bet you would need the Yeti usb microphone if you are the commander inthe battlefield of World of Warcraft. The surround sound effect will make you so remarkable by Yeti microphone, the first THX certified microphone.

The Yeti designed by Blue Microphone’s features include a triple capsule array that allows you to record in stereo, cardioid, omnidirectional, and bidirectional, an analog to digital converter and a built-in headphone amp for zero-latency monitoring. What you just do is plug Yeti in the USB port on your PC or Mac.

It will be available beginning December 2009, priced at about $149.99 USD.