An easy entry into the recording world!
With the CM-80 from McGrey, you get a high-quality large-diaphragm microphone, which was specially designed for easy operation without a large technical effort. So you can record high-quality recordings and podcasts without an audio interface or mixing console. With its supercardioid directional characteristic and a frequency range of 20 to 16,000 Hz, this microphone delivers one amazingly good sound. In order to minimize unwanted impact sound and breath sounds, a corresponding windscreen and microphone spider are also included. When used with the included spider, the microphone is completely mounted in rubber and is thus acoustically decoupled from the stand.
Easy to use
A special feature is the included cable: on one hand, it has a professional, 3-pin XLR connector and a 3.5 mm jack plug on the other side. This allows you to use any 3.5 mm jack input, including those on computers. Since the microphone is a condenser microphone, it requires an operating voltage of 5 volts. This voltage must be connected via the mic input jack to operate the microphone. It can hardly be easier.
Completely made of metal, the McGrey boom offers stable handling at a reasonable price. The boom is set with a table clamp and can be secured against twisting. The foam rubber insert on the clamp protects the table top from unsightly scratches.
The Pronomic PK-2 is a reliable Pop killer, which is suitable for mounting on all popular microphone stands. Its double nylon screen with a flexible gooseneck reliably intercepts pops and hisses in letters such as P, B and S. This makes it an indispensable accessory in the recording or broadcasting studio or on stage.