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USB-1C USB Condenser Microphone With Or Without Sony Acid Software

4.33 out of 5
(3 customer reviews)

  • Perfect for high-quality recordings of vocals, acoustic instruments, and ambient instrumentation as well as pod-casting and online communication
  • Connects directly to any computer with a USB 2.0 (or higher) input port for easy plug-and-play operation
  • Features large pressure-gradient condenser gold-sputtered diaphragm and FET preamplifiers for warm, natural reproduction of the most subtle to the most powerful audio sources
  • Full frequency response with rich warmth and crisp, transparent audio
  • Minimal self-noise, increased dynamic range, and maximum SPL capacity
  • Rugged compact construction with protective mesh grill and internal shock absorption
  • Basemount mic holder fits any standard mic stand
  • 10’ USB cable included
  • The USB-1C is also available with added optional Sony ACID Music Studio software which can be used for enhanced capabilities such as recording/editing/mixing multiple tracks of audio and MIDI, creating unique interactive tutorials, and sharing songs on CD/ MP3 and other formats
Reviews (3)

3 reviews for USB-1C USB Condenser Microphone With Or Without Sony Acid Software

  1. Josue Plaza
    5 out of 5


    I’ve used this mic for an amazing two years. I’ve recently sold it to upgrade myself with something a little more professional (AKG 414). I miss it already.

    The design has a somewhat modern look. Whenever the microphone is plugged in, a blue light is emitted from inside the mesh. (Extremely awesome looking). The sound quality is excellent for the money. I’ve recorded a few demos with it, and have been greatly satisfied with the outcome.

    I highly recommend a pop filter with this baby. It surely isn’t immune to the popping sound from saying “P” words. Also, unlike many other cheap USB mics, you can also add a shock mount accessory to the microphone.

    The other reviewer, “Bonehead Mcgee” sounds as if he had a defective mic (which would have been no problem to fix because Nady gives a free one year warrenty), or he didn’t realize you’re supposed to crank of the volume on the control panel on your computer settings, and not on the mic or recording program. (For Windows Vista, it would be – Control Panel < Hardware & Sound < Sound < Recording). When you plug in a new microphone, Vista (I don't know about other operating systems) will automatically default the volume to 5 (out of 100). So just be smart and remember that.

    If you want a professional grade mic for an affordable price, while showing off how incredibly sweet it looks, LOOK NO FURTHER!

  2. Agapito Arellano
    4 out of 5


    They say you get what you pay for with this microphone you get that and more. The sound quality is great. It’s easy to set up just plug it in and your good to go. I have used it with audacity and Adobe audition it works great with both programs. If your looking for a mic that is affordable and gives you good quality sound I recommend this microphone.

  3. Justin Juk
    4 out of 5


    This is a really good Mic for the price. I use it for recording vocals and guitar and it’s very rich in the tone that it captures.

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