Discover the Best USB Microphones

1. HyperX QuadCast

Corded Gaming Microphone
HyperX QuadCast review
788,580 ratings
93%
92%
Sound quality
92% of users are satisfied, based on 453,034 reviews
88%
Value for money
88% of users are satisfied, based on 453,023 reviews
96%
Easy to use
96% of users are satisfied, based on 232,781 reviews
95%
For beginners
95% of users are satisfied, based on 203,511 reviews
80%
Noise cancellation
80% of users are satisfied, based on 172,873 reviews
96%
Style
96% of users are satisfied, based on 172,613 reviews
91%
Volume control
91% of users are satisfied, based on 140,609 reviews
93%
For gaming
93% of users are satisfied, based on 140,557 reviews
91%
Durability
91% of users are satisfied, based on 109,355 reviews
94%
Quality of material
94% of users are satisfied, based on 61,859 reviews
88%
Light weight
88% of users are satisfied, based on 47,221 reviews
94%
Versatility
94% of users are satisfied, based on 47,203 reviews
92%
Sheerness
92% of users are satisfied, based on 31,082 reviews
94%
Comfort
94% of users are satisfied, based on 31,082 reviews

It's sound quality is perfect

Reviewed by George on Argos

This mic is easy, simple and unique it is everything a streamer needs. I would recommend this to anyone who wants to start streaming.

Everything is amazing

Reviewed by Hammered on Argos

Firstly, the microphone is just amazing. The quality is mind blowing. The dial at the bottom of the microphone is very useful changing the sensitivity how much is picked up. The ability to touch the microphone to mute it is one of it's best features and the red and black design with the illuminating red is the best. There are multiple pickup selections the microphone provides which suits it to different kinds of needs like ASMR and podcasts which eliminates any reason not to get it. ... More

2. HyperX QuadCast S USB Condenser Microphone

USB Condenser Microphone for PC, PS4 & Mac
HyperX QuadCast S USB Condenser Microphone review
599,416 ratings
93%
91%
Sound quality
91% of users are satisfied, based on 376,318 reviews
87%
Value for money
87% of users are satisfied, based on 374,600 reviews
96%
Easy to use
96% of users are satisfied, based on 201,980 reviews
95%
Style
95% of users are satisfied, based on 156,339 reviews
94%
For beginners
94% of users are satisfied, based on 156,210 reviews
77%
Noise cancellation
77% of users are satisfied, based on 143,612 reviews
92%
For gaming
92% of users are satisfied, based on 111,246 reviews
91%
Volume control
91% of users are satisfied, based on 109,543 reviews
94%
Versatility
94% of users are satisfied, based on 61,879 reviews
89%
Durability
89% of users are satisfied, based on 61,844 reviews
88%
Light weight
88% of users are satisfied, based on 47,221 reviews
95%
Comfort
95% of users are satisfied, based on 29,330 reviews
82%
Stability
82% of users are satisfied, based on 16,394 reviews
90%
Quality of material
90% of users are satisfied, based on 16,326 reviews
92%
Sheerness
92% of users are satisfied, based on 14,654 reviews

Great Sounding And Looks Great.

Reviewed by Disco on Argos

This product is amazing! I sound great with it and love the look of it. Really easy to use, easy to find drivers online to update. Has USB-C which is a huge bonus.

Fave Mic for Streaming

Reviewed by Jeannette on B&H Photo Video

I got this mic after having a similar model from a different brand for over 5 years. I was drawn to it because of the RGB lighting. I stream an like having pretty, decorative pieces in my setup. The sound quality is amazing, very crisp and professional sounding. I'd highly recommend this to anyone who streams or needs a professional mic that is also good looking.

3. Blue Snowball iCE

USB Condenser Microphone
Blue Snowball iCE review
576,941 ratings
92%
88%
Sound quality
88% of users are satisfied, based on 257,436 reviews
86%
Value for money
86% of users are satisfied, based on 256,970 reviews
94%
For beginners
94% of users are satisfied, based on 116,915 reviews
94%
Style
94% of users are satisfied, based on 93,925 reviews
80%
Volume control
80% of users are satisfied, based on 82,383 reviews
95%
Easy to use
95% of users are satisfied, based on 81,927 reviews
87%
For gaming
87% of users are satisfied, based on 70,382 reviews
87%
Durability
87% of users are satisfied, based on 47,024 reviews
69%
Noise cancellation
69% of users are satisfied, based on 46,623 reviews
86%
Giftable
86% of users are satisfied, based on 23,750 reviews
90%
Quality of material
90% of users are satisfied, based on 23,299 reviews
88%
Versatility
88% of users are satisfied, based on 23,284 reviews
92%
Sturdiness
92% of users are satisfied, based on 23,284 reviews
94%
Sheerness
94% of users are satisfied, based on 23,274 reviews

Great Sound & Price. Love my Death Star!

Reviewed by Ludo the Red Furry Beast on B&H Photo Video

I am a training specialist who is transitioning from on-site education to virtual, including on-line, real-time interactive classes and Web Based Training. After enduring my company-supplied high-end headset, which presents you on video as a headset-wearing geek with a scratchy voice, I decided to invest in a big-boy microphone. My Scott heritage argued for economy, so I took a chance on the Snowball. Talk about Bang for your Buck! Instead of sounding like a robot from a bad 50's sci-fi, my customers can now enjoy my rich baritone. I am re-recording earlier WBTs to bring up the production value several notches. And I have started using speech recognition software for dictation, something the headset mic just couldn't handle. My Snowball saved the day at a recent class. It was a live class, but one student needed to attend remotely. The instructor couldn't use a headset as she needed mobility across the front of the room. I plugged in the Snowball, and she could be heard loud and crystal clear from any point in the presentation area. The only negative comments I've read complain that the tripod is too small and the 6' USB cord is to short. Hogwash! These included accessories are perfect for 95% of users. The Snowball mounts to a standard tripod screw. Need a sturdier base? Go get one! Need a longer cord? It's standard! Go get one! Bottom Line, if you are looking for solid audio performance at an unbeatable price, this is your mic. Rob Walsh P.S.: When I received my Snowball, my first thought was OMG! I bought the Death Star!. And if you screw in the tripod and turn it sideways, it kinda looks like Sputnik. So, a Must Have for space geeks! ... More

Very Good!

Reviewed by Shadowknight805 on B&H Photo Video

I use the Snowball for audio recording and general gaming. Even if I'm away from my desk, leaning back in nmy rolling chair on the back two legs, because I, too, like to live dangerously, the Snowball still picks up my voice rather well. The product is also quite pretty. Yeah, I said pretty. So what, big whoop, you want to fight about it? I'm unsure how much damage it can take, but if you are worried about that, then you may just want to stock up on some Rock Band or Guitar Hero mixs and get a stand for them. That'll be a lot cheaper than breaking one of these babies. I guess the only downside, and this may just be because my desk is small and I have items everywhere for my professional worky time, that the Snowball is a rather large gentleman, and will take up much desk space. Also, it does not include a top hat or monocle, which makes it hard to believe that it is a gentleman. ... More

4. Shure MV7

Dynamic Unidirectional Dual XLR/USB Podcasting Microphone
Shure MV7 review
201,092 ratings
94%
90%
Value for money
90% of users are satisfied, based on 120,984 reviews
94%
Sound quality
94% of users are satisfied, based on 109,360 reviews
88%
Volume control
88% of users are satisfied, based on 36,531 reviews
95%
Versatility
95% of users are satisfied, based on 35,780 reviews
90%
Quality of material
90% of users are satisfied, based on 24,459 reviews
93%
Sheerness
93% of users are satisfied, based on 24,216 reviews
89%
For gaming
89% of users are satisfied, based on 24,204 reviews
97%
Durability
97% of users are satisfied, based on 24,196 reviews
95%
Sturdiness
95% of users are satisfied, based on 24,168 reviews
87%
Noise cancellation
87% of users are satisfied, based on 17,920 reviews
83%
For beginners
83% of users are satisfied, based on 17,390 reviews
66%
Comfort
66% of users are satisfied, based on 12,078 reviews
100%
Stability
100% of users are satisfied, based on 12,078 reviews
100%
Style
100% of users are satisfied, based on 12,060 reviews
98%
Easy to use
98% of users are satisfied, based on 11,624 reviews

I use this mic daily

Reviewed by Darrin on B&H Photo Video

I have another review that I wrote about this mic, but B&H's website doesn't appear to let me update that review. I've now been using this mic almost daily for over a year. The audio is crisp and clear, background noise is kept to a minimum, and people on the other end of the meeting/phone call give compliments on the detail that this mic captures. I used to use a condenser mic, but that also had the annoying feature of picking up a lot of 60Hz hum. This mic doesn't do that and I didn't have to make any adjustments to the room either. For the person who mentioned they couldn't fit it in a shockmount, it has one internally. That is why the mic is the size that it is. For those complaining about the USB port, mine hasn't had any issues. I accidentally bent the micro usb connector on the cheap cable they shipped with it and the mic survived just fine. The cable, on the other hand, was useless after that. I solved this problem by finding a 90 degree USB adapter so that the connector isn't pointing straight out the back of the mic. It now sits mostly flush and swiveling the mic is more likely to cause the adapter to disconnect at the other end. If your laptop, like mine, is usb-c only, don't try to buy long usb-c to usb-c cables. They are crazy expensive. Instead, try to buy a usb-c to mini or micro usb-b cable. They are much cheaper. My setup is usb-c to micro usb (10 feet), then an adapter from micro-usb to usb-c (1 inch), and then finally a short usb-c to 90 degree micro-usb adapter (6 inches). ... More

EVERY PENNY IS WORTH IT!!

Reviewed by Paul on B&H Photo Video

First of all, the quality! The QUALITY IS OFF THE HOOK! (Sorry people that I was screaming at this review section). I say the quality because I'm from using Rode Video Shotgun Pro mic on my Canon 80D, so seeing this Shure MV7 mic for the first time, I was stunned by the quality has been built out of it! It almost feels like the first time I saw Dolce and Gabbana brown leather jacket with gold plate on the left chest! (Note that I used the word saw, NOT bought. It was too expensive and the quality is... ) Back to the review! Second was quality! (Seriously? Quality again?) I meant the voice quality. It so crisp that I want to listen to my voice over and over and over (I don't have great sexy voice but I just have normal Asian voice with excitement). The touch control was another part that so good to use. The touch sensor is pretty good (I think the best one is iPhone so if iPhone touch sensor is 10, this mic is 7.5). The last but not the least, the setup. It's so easy. It's getting the power source from the connection (I used USB-C on my MacBook Pro). All cables are included which is another bonus for me. So all you gotta do is plug in. PS. Those of you who are going to use tripod at your home, recommend to get thread adapter that sells in B&H unless you get your own mic stand. I bought Auray TT-6220 Telescoping Tabletop Microphone Stand (Black) here. But when I wanted to use on my small tripod, I needed it. Hope this review helps you to make purchasing decision. Thank you. ... More

5. Elgato Wave:3

Premium USB Cardioid Condenser Microphone
Elgato Wave:3 review
216,703 ratings
94%
88%
Value for money
88% of users are satisfied, based on 105,288 reviews
92%
Sound quality
92% of users are satisfied, based on 102,954 reviews
89%
For gaming
89% of users are satisfied, based on 41,790 reviews
91%
Easy to use
91% of users are satisfied, based on 40,518 reviews
86%
Quality of material
86% of users are satisfied, based on 34,831 reviews
82%
Noise cancellation
82% of users are satisfied, based on 24,824 reviews
100%
Comfort
100% of users are satisfied, based on 18,604 reviews
90%
Sturdiness
90% of users are satisfied, based on 17,751 reviews
72%
Brightness
72% of users are satisfied, based on 10,669 reviews
92%
Versatility
92% of users are satisfied, based on 10,456 reviews
98%
For beginners
98% of users are satisfied, based on 10,456 reviews
84%
Easy to install
84% of users are satisfied, based on 8,488 reviews
92%
Durability
92% of users are satisfied, based on 8,148 reviews
80%
Volume control
80% of users are satisfied, based on 8,122 reviews
90%
Light weight
90% of users are satisfied, based on 8,122 reviews
94%
Stability
94% of users are satisfied, based on 8,122 reviews
94%
Style
94% of users are satisfied, based on 8,080 reviews

Plug and play for the most part

Reviewed by Philip on Argos

Overall: 8.5/10 Great Microphone. clear and great for spoken voice. Mids and High frequencies are shown more than deep voices but if you add EQ then you can fix that- can't be done in the wavelink app it comes with. Mac software needs at least 10.14 (Mojave) to run so be aware. I had to update to be able to use. On my PC i had USB resource issues but thats more because I have a lot of tech plugged in. I would suggest buying the shock mount before the pop filer as it helps more overall ... More

Waved goodbye to my old cheap mic.

Reviewed by Dave on Argos

The Elgato Wave 3 is a very nice design. Easy to set up and get going. User friendly software to adjust your mic/headphone levels. Discord picks up my voice a lot better than the cheaper microphone I previously had. Although the description says USB C that's the mic connection, the PC connection is USB A. The mute button on the top is excellent - a light tap rather than a clunky button. It also remembers it's muted when you turn your PC back on. Easy to change mounts too. ... More

6. Blue Yeti Nano

Multi-Pattern USB Condenser Microphone
Blue Yeti Nano review
294,606 ratings
92%
86%
Value for money
86% of users are satisfied, based on 76,525 reviews
90%
Sound quality
90% of users are satisfied, based on 70,477 reviews
90%
Easy to use
90% of users are satisfied, based on 29,025 reviews
83%
For gaming
83% of users are satisfied, based on 24,811 reviews
91%
Volume control
91% of users are satisfied, based on 21,932 reviews
96%
For beginners
96% of users are satisfied, based on 20,723 reviews
93%
Durability
93% of users are satisfied, based on 14,675 reviews
83%
Noise cancellation
83% of users are satisfied, based on 10,485 reviews
86%
Quality of material
86% of users are satisfied, based on 9,512 reviews
86%
Style
86% of users are satisfied, based on 7,248 reviews
92%
Versatility
92% of users are satisfied, based on 6,048 reviews
88%
Sturdiness
88% of users are satisfied, based on 6,036 reviews

Superior value

Reviewed by Dwight C on B&H Photo Video

This mic exhibits the same audio characteristics as its big brother in a much more manageable size. It has only cardioid and omnidirectional polar patterns, but that's no problem if you're using it for its best application - single voice podcasting and the like - you only need the cardioid setting. It's a condenser mic, so it's going to be very sensitive and pick up everything - any kind of ambient noise (computer fans, HVAC, cats tiptoeing across keyboards) and every little artifact (especially sibilance and plosives) -but that's true of all condenser mics, not just this one. Use a pop filter! The true zero latency output is absolutely essential for headset monitoring. 24 bit/48kHz bit/sample rate is all you'll ever need or be able to discern. Same goes for 20Hz - 20kHz frequency response. If you want to get really excellent audio results you must use acoustic treatment in your recording environment, otherwise everything will sound very hollow and reflective. You don't have to spend much, use recycled cotton moving blankets (dirt cheap) hung around your recording booth to dampen the liveness of your room. This is a SIDE ADDRESS mic, so you speak into the FRONT of the mic where the logo faces you, NOT the top! Many people complain that it lacks the input level control knob found on its much larger sibling. Not an issue! If you're using this mic properly you shouldn't be messing around with the input anyway, because the default setting from the factory is going to be optimum 95% of the time. If you must play with the record level it's dead simple with the included software. Experiment with different speaking distances from the mic, as well as different angles of address (directly into the capsule or diagonally across in either direction) to find your ideal mic placement. In combination with judicious use of the pop filter and proper acoustic damping, this mic can give you comparable audio results as a mic costing an order of magnitude more. Audio snobs (i.e. - amateurs who think they know what they're talking about) will tell you that you can't get professional audio from a USB mic, that you have to have an XLR or nothing. Pure balderdash! I've built more recording studios than those wannabe experts have ever been in, and I defy them all to do a blind delta test with this mic, properly set up and used, and any Sennheiser or Neumann they care to pick. Yes, those are outstanding mics, but this one gives you audio results that are as good as human hearing can discriminate, so the additional audio perfection the others achieve is only appreciated by test and measurement equipment, not people listening to your voice. Learn how to use this mic and you'll never regret purchasing it. ... More

Great for travel

Reviewed by Jason on B&H Photo Video

I had a Blue Yeti for the longest time and absolutely loved it, but I hated carrying with me everywhere, as I travel quite often. So when the Nano came out I had to get it. The size difference is certainly noticeable. Its much lighter and fits perfectly in my case compared to the Yeti. I thought I would miss the Gain knob on the back, but think I actually prefer using the included Sherpa software to control the Gain. In fact, I use the software on the Blue Yeti now as well. I definitely recommend the Nano. ... More

7. Blue Yeti

USB Microphone
Blue Yeti review
299,838 ratings
92%
92%
Sound quality
92% of users are satisfied, based on 134,762 reviews
88%
Value for money
88% of users are satisfied, based on 122,033 reviews
90%
Volume control
90% of users are satisfied, based on 73,767 reviews
91%
For beginners
91% of users are satisfied, based on 61,571 reviews
92%
Durability
92% of users are satisfied, based on 60,982 reviews
85%
For gaming
85% of users are satisfied, based on 37,200 reviews
90%
Versatility
90% of users are satisfied, based on 36,540 reviews
68%
Light weight
68% of users are satisfied, based on 24,438 reviews
92%
Easy to use
92% of users are satisfied, based on 24,387 reviews
92%
Voice Recognition
92% of users are satisfied, based on 12,684 reviews
76%
Stability
76% of users are satisfied, based on 12,234 reviews
84%
Quality of material
84% of users are satisfied, based on 12,232 reviews
92%
Sturdiness
92% of users are satisfied, based on 12,187 reviews
90%
Style
90% of users are satisfied, based on 12,180 reviews
72%
Noise cancellation
72% of users are satisfied, based on 12,175 reviews
92%
Accuracy
92% of users are satisfied, based on 12,171 reviews

Blue Yeti, but not abominable!

Reviewed by MrE2u2 on Guitar Center

What can I say.. first mic to meet the tough THX (Lucasfilms) standard.. 20-20k flat freq response, uses inexpensive USB cable. No buzz, very clear audio. Sensitive, good all around pickup, very flexible, does the work of about $600 worth of different mics. Built-in phantom 48v power for condensor mic capsules. Can use for skype or other voicechat progs, (a bit expensive for that purpose, however!) Built-in soundcard with zero latency headphone monitor port (1/8" jack). I intend to also use it to audition for voice-over acting jobs. Thanks, Blue (and Guitar Center!) Dislikes? A bit heavy, 4 pounds with stand, 1.5 without. BIG! Don't expect much portability. Very sensitive; pop filter recommended. Must be very close to get full, rich sound using directional cardiod pattern. A definite best buy! ... More

This is a Cool Mic for the price!

Reviewed by Bob on Guitar Center

Needed a quick voice trak capture solution sometimes all 3 of our production studios are busy the THX certification was an attention getter so we tried this mic out our editing software(adobe Audition) Windows xp and Windows 7 machines reconized the mic no problems.. with out eq or signal processing mic sounds Prety Darn Good!! when you buy this mic, yes pop screen is standard and like other condensers this mic has very good ears even in cardoid pattern so be aware of your studio ambient noise levels so for usb voice capture and budget we're Darn happy with this mic.. Try it we think you'll dig this mic! ... More

8. Rode NT-USB

USB Condenser Microphone
Rode NT-USB review
248,739 ratings
93%
92%
Sound quality
92% of users are satisfied, based on 146,753 reviews
87%
Value for money
87% of users are satisfied, based on 146,745 reviews
91%
Easy to use
91% of users are satisfied, based on 63,976 reviews
87%
Volume control
87% of users are satisfied, based on 49,932 reviews
88%
For gaming
88% of users are satisfied, based on 45,314 reviews
86%
Versatility
86% of users are satisfied, based on 45,018 reviews
92%
For beginners
92% of users are satisfied, based on 39,985 reviews
84%
Sturdiness
84% of users are satisfied, based on 32,737 reviews
90%
Durability
90% of users are satisfied, based on 16,772 reviews
92%
Easy to install
92% of users are satisfied, based on 16,772 reviews
86%
Sheerness
86% of users are satisfied, based on 16,611 reviews
74%
Light weight
74% of users are satisfied, based on 16,584 reviews
88%
Accuracy
88% of users are satisfied, based on 16,535 reviews
94%
Comfort
94% of users are satisfied, based on 16,535 reviews
72%
Noise cancellation
72% of users are satisfied, based on 16,188 reviews
86%
Quality of material
86% of users are satisfied, based on 11,931 reviews
88%
Stability
88% of users are satisfied, based on 11,866 reviews

Best mic for podcasting

Reviewed by Chris on Guitar Center

This is my 4th mic I've used while doing my podcast. The Rode NT-USB is by far the best I've ever used. The Blue Yeti was too sensitive, the Blue Spark garbled my voice, and the Samson Meteor Mic required too much software to function properly. The Rode was good right out of the box and did not require tinkering to make it "better". The included pop filter is worth it's weight in gold. The other thing that makes this great is it uses a standard USB/USB2 cord, so they are easily picked up if you need an extra. Listen to people on YouTube and SoundCloud compare audio clips using Rode and the other three mice I mentioned and see if you do not agree. Suoer impressed! ... More

Great mic, even better price

Reviewed by Matt on Guitar Center

It mic was perfect for the music project that I have been working on. I needed a mic that simple to set up, easy to adjust, and very user friendly (I am not a great singer, so I just needed something that can make me sound half decent at a good price). The price is very affordable for the quality that you will receive. The fact that it comes with a pop filter was awesome too (really makes a difference). And having it as simple as a plug into a USB port was extremely convenient. My Mac recognized it as what it is immediately (just have to adjust the mic input and output if needed; very simple). It sounds great, and if you want to sound better, just use your music software to adjust if needed. Great product. Amazing price. ... More

9. Audio-Technica AT2020USB+

Cardioid Condenser USB Microphone
Audio-Technica AT2020USB+ review
140,542 ratings
94%
93%
Value for money
93% of users are satisfied, based on 68,813 reviews
91%
Sound quality
91% of users are satisfied, based on 56,104 reviews
92%
Accuracy
92% of users are satisfied, based on 34,695 reviews
95%
Comfort
95% of users are satisfied, based on 34,406 reviews
85%
Volume control
85% of users are satisfied, based on 25,978 reviews
93%
Durability
93% of users are satisfied, based on 25,963 reviews
94%
Easy to use
94% of users are satisfied, based on 17,061 reviews
94%
Versatility
94% of users are satisfied, based on 17,061 reviews
87%
For gaming
87% of users are satisfied, based on 12,898 reviews
92%
Quality of material
92% of users are satisfied, based on 8,623 reviews
88%
Sheerness
88% of users are satisfied, based on 4,275 reviews
90%
Light weight
90% of users are satisfied, based on 4,252 reviews
100%
Style
100% of users are satisfied, based on 4,252 reviews
70%
Noise cancellation
70% of users are satisfied, based on 4,251 reviews
72%
For beginners
72% of users are satisfied, based on 4,251 reviews

AT2020USB Mic

Reviewed by Vulcan20mm on B&H Photo Video

I purchased microphone to attach to an iMac. My intent is to make cleaner voice recordings. The built-in mic is okay; however, leaves some room for decent to good voice recordings. At this writing, I have only recorded test voice audio files. The set-up was a breeze. The mic integrates into the stand quite well. The plug-n-play capability of the Mac made connection even easier; plugged USB cable into port, and the Mac recognized the mic right off (had to change mic input via settings). I did find the stand a bit flimsy, but quite functional. The mic uses a standard peripheral USB cable that hooks into the bottom of mic. I could see this causing problems if a person was holding the mic, and moving around. Stationary, no major issues with connection or stand. I did do a few test voice recordings, and I could tell a difference from the Mac built-in mic. The recording had better clarity along with better volume. Someone looking for a simple, inexpensive mic would do well with the AT2020USB Mic. Simple set-up (Mac), and easy to use with various programs. I give the mic 5 stars due to my novice status, and my intended use. The AT2020USB Mic exceeded my expectations. ... More

AT2020 USB - Best Value!

Reviewed by Champ on B&H Photo Video

I use this microphone to record my videos for youtube. Quite often I would recieve comments that my old microphone (which had cost me $300) allowed for a lot of background noise to interrupt my commentaries. Admittedly I was skeptical about buying a microphone for less than $ and expecting any decent results. (Especially for a USB microphone). As it turns out, not only does this microphone beat my old expensive microphone in every possible way, its easy to take with me on trips so I don't have to sacrifice audio while submitting videos away from home. The USB allows for me to carry this microphone anywhere I go as it does not require any additional equipment. In addition, at this price I've decided I am going to buy two, just so I can keep one in a travel pack so I don't forget. The quality is heads and tails above similarly prices microphones and even the really expensive ones! On the downside its not quite the quality of the really expensive microphones but, those would cost you easily ten times the price of this one. What a great product, audio technica really surprised me with this one! ... More

10. BLUE Snowball

USB Condenser Microphone
BLUE Snowball review
297,803 ratings
91%
87%
Value for money
87% of users are satisfied, based on 98,853 reviews
87%
Sound quality
87% of users are satisfied, based on 83,398 reviews
88%
For gaming
88% of users are satisfied, based on 39,853 reviews
88%
Durability
88% of users are satisfied, based on 32,064 reviews
86%
Quality of material
86% of users are satisfied, based on 24,329 reviews
84%
Comfort
84% of users are satisfied, based on 23,190 reviews
95%
Easy to use
95% of users are satisfied, based on 15,457 reviews
78%
Versatility
78% of users are satisfied, based on 9,970 reviews
82%
Style
82% of users are satisfied, based on 7,724 reviews
74%
Noise cancellation
74% of users are satisfied, based on 2,255 reviews

EXCELLENT!!

Reviewed by J-Hill on Guitar Center

This thing is great! I can't believe how good it sounds. I won't be going to those $80 an hour studios anymore! The ease of use is amazing, the quality is crazy. I highly recommend you get the stedman pop filter with this! It works great with the mic. I highly recommend this for anyone who wants to get studio sound without a studio budget.

Best Mic Out Right About Now

Reviewed by Can't Tell on Guitar Center

This microphone is amazing man.... The volume on this is perfect and amazing, It's clear enough for me to hear my vocals. I Don't really even have to edit my vocals with this microphone because it's that good. YOu better buy them now while you can now, because once people start buying these it aint gonna be possible for anyone to get one.