AVerMedia USB Condenser Microphone Pro Studio Quality Sound for Live Streaming

AVerMedia

$179.00

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  • AVerMedia USB Condenser Microphone Pro Studio Quality Sound for Live Streaming
  • AVerMedia USB Condenser Microphone Pro Studio Quality Sound for Live Streaming
  • AVerMedia USB Condenser Microphone Pro Studio Quality Sound for Live Streaming
  • AVerMedia USB Condenser Microphone Pro Studio Quality Sound for Live Streaming

DESCRIPTION

AVerMedia AM310 is a plug and play USB microphone that lets you record high quality sound for podcasting, streaming, gaming, and more. Immerse your audience with clearer, richer, and warmer recorded sound.

Record Audio Like a Pro
AVerMedia AM310 is designed for music performers and live streamers who long for studio-quality sound. The built-in cardioid condenser records sound sources that are directly in front of the microphone, delivering detail, accurate, full-bodies sound.

Fuss-Free Setup
With its driver-free and plug-and-play design, installing AVerMedia AM310 is a breeze. Simply plug it into a USB port on your PC or Mac, and you’re ready to record.

Live Monitoring
AVerMedia AM310 comes equipped with a 3.5 mm headphone jack that enables you to either listen to what you’re recording in real-time or what’s playing on your computer, all at the toggle of a switch. A headphone volume knob with mic mute function is also included for easy control.

 

Feature

  • USB 2.0 Plug and Play
  • High-Quality Recording
  • Zero-Latency Monitoring
  • Headphone Volume and Mic Mute controls



Specifications
Type: Uni-directional condenser microphone
Polar pattern: Cardioid
Sample rate: 48 kHz
Bit rate: 16-bit
Power required: USB (5V DC)
Sensitivity: -60 ± 5 dB (at 1 kHz, 0 dB = 1 V/u bar)
Frequency response: 20–20,000 Hz
Dimensions (mic) (W x D x H): 90 x 130 x 270 mm
Weight (mic): 468 g ± 5 g (1.03 lb ± 0.17 oz)

System Requirements
Windows® 10 / 8.1 / 7 or Mac OS 9 / X
USB 2.0 port or newer


In the Box
USB Microphone AM310
Based and shaft
Mount
USB cable
Quick guide

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