Microphone for video narration
I have tried cheap desktop microphones but the quality is not best with a lot of "noise".
Anyone have any suggestions? Budget is as little as possible (no more than £30 or so preferably) as I don't do a massive amount of narration, but when I do I want it to be as clear as possible. Doesn't matter if USB or 3.5mm jack as machine is more than powerful enough to not worry about overheads of the USB input.
I bought mine used for 80 dollars US but that included a mount, pop filter and carrying case.
Look at some of the Blue microphones. Many podcasters like them, like the Yeti or Bullet.
Also, go for the USB not one that can plug into your Record plug. That is usually a "noisy" electronic method to route the sound through.
What is nice about my set up is that now I can do google voice calls with quality audio or good Skype calls.
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