USB Mic Clips Onto Your Laptop

Samson introduce the Go Mic      13/05/09
USB Mic Clips Onto Your Laptop

Further expanding on their diverse line of USB microphones, Samson tell us that they have created the Go Mic as a versatile computer-based miking and recording solution. Go Mic clips right onto a laptop or sits unobtrusively on your desk. Plug and play operation also means it's completely compatible with a Mac or PC--no drivers required.
Here's all the details from Samson...
Go Mic is perfect for all forms of recording. On the road, in the classroom, or any office setting, Go Mic will provide professionals and consumers alike with a convenient recording option. Additionally, Go Mic is ideal for applications such as Skype, iChat, webcasting, podcasting, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and voice recognition software.
"The need for USB microphones has expanded from music to mainstream software and internet applications," says Mark Wilder, Director of Marketing for Samson Technologies. "Go Mic is perfect for computer-based applications where higher quality audio is required. And its compact size means you can take it anywhere."
High-quality components and meticulous engineering ensure the Go Mic will offer clear, professional audio reproduction. And thanks to its switchable cardioid and omni polar patterns, a user can pick whichever pattern is most appropriate for their specific situation. Plus, with a frequency response of 20Hz – 18kHz and a sample rate of 44.1kHz/16-bit, the Go Mic delivers professional audio specs in a compact, multi-purpose design.

Pricing and Availability:
RRP £49.95 in the UK More information:

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