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Established in 1962, Audio-Technica is a worldwide group of companies devoted to the design, manufacture, marketing and distribution of problem-solving audio equipment. Initially known for state-of-the-art phonograph cartridges, A-T now creates high-performance microphones, headphones, wireless systems, mixers and electronic products for home and ...Read More

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Dynamic Vocal/Instrument Microphone (Cardioid)
Dynamic Vocal/Instrument Microphone (Cardioid)

$60.82 $87

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Dynamic Vocal/Instrument Microphone (Unidirectional)
Dynamic Vocal/Instrument Microphone (Unidirectional)

$45.14 $61

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Omnidirectional Condenser Microphone (Boundary)
Omnidirectional Condenser Microphone (Boundary)

$43.37 $58

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Dynamic Vocal/Instrument Microphone (Cardioid)
Dynamic Vocal/Instrument Microphone (Cardioid)

$36.65 $52

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Dynamic Vocal/Instrument Microphone (Unidirectional)
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Dynamic Vocal/Instrument Microphone (Unidirectional)
Dynamic Vocal/Instrument Microphone (Unidirectional)
Viperx45 from Gillette, WY, USA

Excellent microphone for the price. I like this microphone, because of how clearly it picks up my voice compared to other PC oriented microphones that I've had. I'm not sure how well it compares to the more expensive models, but all I needed was something to start singing with. The quality far surpassed my expectations for it's price. It's build quality is also quite nice. I've fumbled it around quite a few times, and I haven't noticed any decrease in performance. This microphone is excellent at keeping background noises down if you keep it very close to your mouth. For use with a computer, I find that using a small pre-amplifier helps a lot. While it's not necessary it does help when you use it for casual talking or for recording instruments. Pretty much for when you don't need to kiss the microphone. While recording on computer without an amplifier, you must get very close to the microphone to get a good sound. I have to touch my lips to the microphone while talking quite loudly to get a good level of sound out of it. Later I can amplify the recording a bit to get a good volume, and the recording will still be very clean and crisp. I've tested it on a few amplified speaker cabinets, and it does work very well for that. Nice crisp and clean sound.

Omnidirectional Condenser Microphone (Boundary)
Omnidirectional Condenser Microphone (Boundary)
Craig from New England

Excellent microphone if used correctly. I have used a number of these microphones since the model was introduced. They have always provided reliable and very intelligible audio for recording meetings on both consumer camcorders and business audio recorders. I have also used this mic connected to wireless beltpack transmitters. I have used these mics on tables and taped to walls and ceilings with very good results. This is an excellent and inexpensive way to greatly improve audio quality over most business recorder built-in microphones.

Omnidirectional Condenser Microphone (Boundary)
Omnidirectional Condenser Microphone (Boundary)
ZachK from Undisclosed

A Must for Note Taking Programs. I purchased this microphone the other day for college. With the College Equivalent of an IEP (Accommodations), I am able to do things such as record my lectures and review them. Finding a stand alone microphone was hard. I did NOT want to bring a webcam to class if i was just going to use a Mic. For the price I was blown away. I was turned off by the fact it wasn't USB. Then I found out it was battery powered. The small size of this makes it not as noticeable in class. My professor, who I sit right next to (U Shaped table,) didn't even notice it. The quality of sound is excellent at a close range. A drawback to this is the boundary range of the microphone. I wasn't able to understand people that were about 4-6 feet away. Normal Speech on Max Boost and Max Volume only gives one bar of volume in Windows Volume Control. I do not believe the minimum hertz level is even recognized by Windows. ALSO: Protip, change quality to Studio for best results. Overall It has saved my life in terms of my grade and everything. 910

Omnidirectional Condenser Microphone (Boundary)
Omnidirectional Condenser Microphone (Boundary)
Craig from New England

Excellent microphone if used correctly. I have used a number of these microphones since the model was introduced. They have always provided reliable and very intelligible audio for recording meetings on both consumer camcorders and business audio recorders. I have also used this mic connected to wireless beltpack transmitters. I have used these mics on tables and taped to walls and ceilings with very good results. This is an excellent and inexpensive way to greatly improve audio quality over most business recorder built-in microphones.

Omnidirectional Condenser Microphone (Boundary)
Omnidirectional Condenser Microphone (Boundary)
ZachK from Undisclosed

A Must for Note Taking Programs. I purchased this microphone the other day for college. With the College Equivalent of an IEP (Accommodations), I am able to do things such as record my lectures and review them. Finding a stand alone microphone was hard. I did NOT want to bring a webcam to class if i was just going to use a Mic. For the price I was blown away. I was turned off by the fact it wasn't USB. Then I found out it was battery powered. The small size of this makes it not as noticeable in class. My professor, who I sit right next to (U Shaped table,) didn't even notice it. The quality of sound is excellent at a close range. A drawback to this is the boundary range of the microphone. I wasn't able to understand people that were about 4-6 feet away. Normal Speech on Max Boost and Max Volume only gives one bar of volume in Windows Volume Control. I do not believe the minimum hertz level is even recognized by Windows. ALSO: Protip, change quality to Studio for best results. Overall It has saved my life in terms of my grade and everything. 910

Dynamic Vocal/Instrument Microphone (Unidirectional)
Dynamic Vocal/Instrument Microphone (Unidirectional)
Viperx45 from Gillette, WY, USA

Excellent microphone for the price. I like this microphone, because of how clearly it picks up my voice compared to other PC oriented microphones that I've had. I'm not sure how well it compares to the more expensive models, but all I needed was something to start singing with. The quality far surpassed my expectations for it's price. It's build quality is also quite nice. I've fumbled it around quite a few times, and I haven't noticed any decrease in performance. This microphone is excellent at keeping background noises down if you keep it very close to your mouth. For use with a computer, I find that using a small pre-amplifier helps a lot. While it's not necessary it does help when you use it for casual talking or for recording instruments. Pretty much for when you don't need to kiss the microphone. While recording on computer without an amplifier, you must get very close to the microphone to get a good sound. I have to touch my lips to the microphone while talking quite loudly to get a good level of sound out of it. Later I can amplify the recording a bit to get a good volume, and the recording will still be very clean and crisp. I've tested it on a few amplified speaker cabinets, and it does work very well for that. Nice crisp and clean sound.

Omnidirectional Condenser Microphone (Boundary)
Omnidirectional Condenser Microphone (Boundary)
Tweedle Dee from Las Vegas, NV

Good performer at reasonable price, esp. for voice. I connect this to my computer microphone to record myself speaking and playing a simple musical instrument (bagpipe practice chanter, claves). It produces good quality audio. Under those conditions, I can barely tell the difference between this product and my more expensive Audix Fusion f15 instrument mike. I am not an audio or recording expert, but I'm very satisfied. Works fine with the sound card built into my Windows 7 Pro PC, and with WavePad audio editing software. With regard to another reviewer's comments: be prepared to spend a bit of time learning how to adjust mike gain on your computer and how to connect the mike to any recording software you may be using. It's easy once you figure it out.

Dynamic Vocal/Instrument Microphone (Cardioid)
Dynamic Vocal/Instrument Microphone (Cardioid)
Dennis from Cheyenne, Wyoming U.S.A.

Review of AT 1200 Cardioid Vox/Instrument Mic. This is first Audio Technica mic I ever purchased; good quality sound, lightweight, reasonably priced, versatile, great for VOX or instrument. Was an impuse (unplanned) purchase at FYE Store here in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

Audio Technica

Established in 1962, Audio-Technica is a worldwide group of companies devoted to the design, manufacture, marketing and distribution of problem-solving audio equipment. Initially known for state-of-the-art phonograph cartridges, A-T now creates high-performance microphones, headphones, wireless systems, mixers and electronic products for home and professional use.

Winner of numerous industry awards, Audio-Technica manufactures products that set quality, durability and price/performance standards for live sound tours, broadcast and recording studios, corporate and government facilities, house-of-worship venues, and more.

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