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What mic should I get

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I currently have a behringer u-phoria um2 audio interface and for a while I used a mic I found laying around that uses a 1/4” plug, but it was too quiet and had a lot of background noise. With the environment I am in there are some clocks ticking and occasionally people talking so I think a dynamic microphone would be best. Any recommendations on what xlr mic under $100 to get that is loud enough and not too noisy to use with the u-phoria um2?

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Buy a good XLR microphone.


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I'd recommend a condenser microphone, not a dynamic one. The cheap, low-budget king BM-700 or BM-800 (also known as NW-700 and NW-800).

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5 hours ago, 191x7 said:

I'd recommend a condenser microphone, not a dynamic one. The cheap, low-budget king BM-700 or BM-800 (also known as NW-700 and NW-800).

A condenser mic would be terrible for OP due to the reasons they said in their post.

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