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  • posted bymariuskl on 10/12/2013

    Very nice and mobile device, excelent if you don't have an incorporated microphone on the laptop, as I have. The sound quality is quite good and the microphone is flexible, as I've wanted. A good purchase with a good price. The Mic is smaller then expected (not really sure if that is a bad thing), so ... Read more

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  • posted byDoctorKK on 03/07/2013

    As soon as I plugged it in, the guys on my VoIP server said: "Wow, that's the best sounding microphone you've ever had." The neck is just rigid enough to be useful, and just flexible enough to be useful. I can't think of any really. So glad I bought 2 of these things! woo woo!!!! I've got it ... Read more

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  • posted byWoxikon on 01/04/2013

    this is a small microphone with a flexible neck. it is light and small and easy to have in a computer case. Doesn't work really good. The sounds isn't that good. The head of the microphone is also, according to me, a bit big, it could have been made a bit smaller in order to make the item a little bit ... Read more

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  • posted byalienalanliu on 12/08/2012

    This microphone is great for begging in youtube or other video making. Not for professionals or voice/instrumental recording. But great for skype and other video calls. The length of the flexible neck is not very long. Which is why i prefer the shirt clip on microphones. Seems a tad bit fragile, watch ... Read more

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  • posted bykankel on 10/09/2012

    -flexes and rotates away -very convenient 90º, small head plug -sound quality far beyond that of internal mics on laptops -sponge on mic takes away hisses and wind rumour -the sponge got loose on first usage, may get lost -rotation is nice, but too much rotation is not good: needs a bit of flexing ... Read more

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  • posted byromaneth on 03/31/2011

    Looks like solid build, fits my Pentax K-5 camera well and has great sensitivity. How well it delivers stereo sound picture I can't say but it sounds better than camera internal microphone Cell phone created electromagnetic waves create audible interference with mic circuitry. I haven't noticed it with ... Read more

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  • posted bystevegek on 01/06/2010

    Okay it's a microphone and it's compact and flexible. So what else? IT ROCKS! I have the Canon 5DMKII professional photo camera. It cost me about 3500 dollar. So yes it's good. The built in mic is... okay but lot's of people use an external one. When you film (it can film too) and the image stabilizer ... Read more

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