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Logitech shells out some serious cash to acquire Blue Microphones

Logitech shells out some serious cash to acquire Blue Microphones

When it comes to PC accessories, one of the most well-known companies in the space is Logitech. Logitech already makes a lot of different accessories for PC, from gaming mice and keyboards to headsets and mousepads. Today, however, its portfolio and product line expanded to include condenser microphones, as Logitech has entered into an agreement to purchase Blue.

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Mikme now also a USB mic for PCs, Silver version launches

Mikme now also a USB mic for PCs, Silver version launches

Many consumer electronics manufacturers launch products and virtually forget about them. That’s sometimes even more true for startups that launch on Kickstarter. There are, however, a few outstanding exceptions. nura just recently launched their nuraphone G2 firmware update that granted the old headphones new powers. Now Mikme is doing the same with an update that, almost ironically, turns the world’s first wireless for smartphones into a USB mic for PCs and Macs.

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Mikme wireless mic hands-on: recording studio in your pocket

Mikme wireless mic hands-on: recording studio in your pocket

There is a lot of attention being paid these days to the recording and display of high-quality video on mobile devices, but when it comes to audio, it’s still a lopsided game. Smartphones put a heavy emphasis on audio playback quality but, save for a few like LG, don’t pay enough attention to the creation of quality audio. Fortunately, there’s Mikme, a successfully crowdfunded wireless microphone that delivers studio-grade audio recording capabilities in a box not that much bigger than your iPhone.

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Razer targets streamers with Kiyo camera and Seiren X mic

Razer targets streamers with Kiyo camera and Seiren X mic

Razer today is announcing two new products aimed directly at gamers who stream on platforms like Twitch and YouTube. The company revealed its new Kiyo webcam and Seiren X standalone microphone today. Both were developed with input from Twitch and YouTube personalities, earning the label of "streamer certified broadcasting hardware" as a result.

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iPhone users wonder: what’s that little hole?

iPhone users wonder: what’s that little hole?

"You may have never noticed it before," wrote Aatif Sulleyman, "but it serves a very important purpose." Apparently, some iPhone users are wondering what the little hole is near the camera array on the back of their device. Apparently, according to The Independent, some iPhone users have never looked at the back of their device before. That, or there's an abundance of iPhone users out there that've stared at the hole for hours, just thinking, "man, what could this little hole BE?!"

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Blue Raspberry USB mic works for PC, Mac, iPhone, and iPad

Blue Raspberry USB mic works for PC, Mac, iPhone, and iPad

When it comes to recording, the spoken word digitally Blue has been making microphones for a long time that aim directly at podcasters and other recording artists. The company has a new microphone that is aiming directly at the mobile recorders out there called the Raspberry.

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Sennheiser has a fix for bad GoPro audio

Sennheiser has a fix for bad GoPro audio

GoPro's action cameras might be the go-anywhere video recording option for racing, biking, and other extreme sports, but the audio they capture has always been the ugly sibling. Sennheiser, though, believes it may have the answer with its new, microphone-toting GoPro camera case, one of the first products to launch under the GoPro Developer Program.

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Sennheiser AVX Wireless Microphone Review

Sennheiser AVX Wireless Microphone Review

The video world might currently be enchanted with Ultra HD, but skimp on sound and all the pixels in the world won't save you. Enter Sennheiser with the AVX System, a prosumer wireless microphone setup which promises to not only raise your audio game but do it without channel-hunting headaches or messing with levels.

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Razer Seiren Pro Review

Razer Seiren Pro Review

The Razer Seiren Pro is a high-end microphone made for gamers - more specifically aimed at those that stream their gaming live for the masses. What you're going to see here is a microphone that looks and feels like a studio-level piece of equipment. But can it deliver in sound where it delivers in looks? This monster of a microphone is the sort of thing you buy when you get really serious about your online recording art - or when you just feel like tossing a piece of your paycheck at a piece of equipment that'll last you forever. Either way, fine audio, here we come.

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Three quirky new microphones from Gibson promise improved audio broadcasts

Three quirky new microphones from Gibson promise improved audio broadcasts

Neat Microphones, a sub-brand of guitar-maker Gibson, has just unveiled three new desktop mics the feature a style straight out of Back to the Future II's idea of the year 2015 from the 1980's. Dubbed Widgets, the three new mics feature colorful designs meant to look nice on any desk, as well as have their own specialty function. And priced at $99 each, they won't break the bank when it comes to making a step up from a laptop's built-in microphone.

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Razer Seiren digital mic features studio quality with USB connectivity

Razer Seiren digital mic features studio quality with USB connectivity

Razer has rolled out a new USB microphone for folks who like to record audio for music or podcasts on their computer. The microphone is called the Razer Seiren and it promises studio grade recording quality. The mic has a multi-pattern USB digital connection that supports four recording configurations and uses three custom-tuned 14mm condenser capsules.

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Mikme wireless mic offers studio quality, mobile mixing

Mikme wireless mic offers studio quality, mobile mixing

Mikme is a portable wireless microphone offering musicians and other audio hobbyists a way to capture studio-quality audio without setting up a recording station. The idea behind the device is that users should be able to start recording whenever the moment strikes without having to put the moment on hold to set up a quality microphone -- or, alternatively, without having to settle for a lesser-quality smartphone recording. The microphone is joined by a smartphone app that offers, among other things, mobile audio mixing and sharing.

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