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£504.17 Ex VAT £605.00 Inc VAT
- Designed to withstand adverse environmental conditions
- 50% less self-noise than the majority of shotgun microphones
- True condenser (externally RF biased)
- Extremely low handling noise
- High level of immunity to radio frequency broadcast
- Matte Black finish reduces reflection
£89.99 Ex VAT £107.99 Inc VAT
- Wirelessly Record Audio up to 33' Away
- M1 Bluetooth Microphone
- A1 Bluetooth Audio Pack for GoPro
- Compatible with HERO4, HERO3+, and HERO3
- Batteries Provide 6 Hours of Recording
- Waterproof Housing for M1
£307.50 Ex VAT £369.00 Inc VAT
- Series II, 2.4GHz digital transmission
- 128-bit encryption
- Up to 100 metres range*
- OLED display (on receiver)
- One button pairing
- Three level gain control
Affordable and Best Range of Microphones
Sound is an integral part of any video. A high-quality video with low-quality sound is certainly not a match made in heaven. After working so hard in filming a complicated shot, the last thing you need to hear is unwanted sounds.
To tackle such issues there are different microphones made for different purposes. They come in various types depending on the cost, specifications and their compatibility. Such types include wireless microphones, dynamic microphones, condenser microphones and other modern types.
The best recording microphone does not necessarily come at a hefty cost. A modern microphone such as the Rode videomic pro suits well with any normal studio requirements and has a versatile frequency range and is not that heavy on your pockets. When looking for the best budget microphones, you should keep in mind the features of the microphone you want to buy.
The first thing that you should know about is the microphone’s durability. The best recording microphone like the Rode videomic pro has a reliable construction which defines its durability. A flexible thermoplastic or a heavy duty metal is an ideal choice for the construction so you can easily change the microphone’s position.
Another thing that you should consider is the frequency response. A microphone with a wide range of frequency response scale should be the first thing on your mind. Another thing you should consider is the range of the microphone. You should look for a microphone that is capable of giving out of high quality sound output even from larger distances.
The sensitivity of the microphone you are buying should also be considered. A sensitive microphone detects noise from even a minor source that can sometimes interfere with the sound quality. For a smooth experience, you should look for a microphone with a moderate sensitivity. The best recording microphone is supposed to have a suitable attenuation value.
If you want the person closer to the microphone in the interview, a low attenuation valued microphone is the best choice. The Rode videomic pro has a -10dB value which is perfect for live music shows along with interviews where the person sits close to the microphone.
The best budget microphone also comprises of a healthy battery life. A battery powered microphone with a run-time of over 60 hours can be an ideal choice for your recording studio. There are some additional features that also are useful to have in your best recording microphone. A locking switch, extra sound filters, water-proof and dust-proof covering and digital switching are good examples of such features which add a touch of innovation to the modern microphones.
When looking for the best budget microphone you should look for something that has a greater mounting versatility, excellent sound quality and a high dynamic range to give you an amazing recording experience in your studio.