Best budget mic
i bought this mic because the other one i was using broke and its a really good mic it's not expensive and the desing is really clean
Actually a very good mic that isn't expensive. I recommend it for any gamer or Discord user.
I have been using this mic for 2 years and still going. I needed something to quickly replace my lousy head set mic which introduced a lot of noise. I found this USB Tonor on Amazon after spending hours combing through countless of affordable mics and read enough reviews to convince me to give this one a try.I also bought a separate stand for it so I can maneuver it's position more efficiently. (the closer it is to your face, the better the sound quality). I use it pretty much every day when I get on Discord or play games like Apex legends, Phasmophobia, etc. I have been told that it sounds great! :)I've messed around with Audacity and was also pleasantly surprised at how well this mic worked and how it made my voice sound like a radio personality. lol.Accessories:It does come with a removable foam filter and a round pop filter. The only negative here, is the pop filter's arm. Mine is a bit flimsy and hard to keep in position. One slight tap and it moves. But, this is a very minor issue for me, as I can easily replace it with something a bit more sturdy. In then end however, I simply chose to not use one, as the foam cap was sufficient for my needs.I do wish the pop filter's arm was removable from the base of the holder, but again, you can also replace the base itself with one that suits you needs.Sound transmission is very good and depends on uninterrupted USB connection. This is the first time I've used a USB mic, so I didn't know what to expect. But it works great on my PC, connected to a USB 3.0 input.My specs for your reference:Motherboard: Asus B-450 F GamingCPU: Ryzen 5 3600RAM: Corsair 32GB 3600mhz dual channel mode.I also use a good quality braided USB extension cord and have added some ferrite rings at both ends of my USB cords to help reduce any EMI noise, just for good measure.Conclusion: I recommend it. It's may not be an expensive studio professional grade mic, but it's remarkably close and excellent for game and Discord use (and live streaming for that matter). Price is very fair if you need something in a pinch that doesn't sound like a 1980s McD's drive thru speaker phone. :)