Headset Microphones Versus Stand Alone Microphones
Headset microphones are becoming more and more popular today now that everyone sees how much more you can get out of them quality wise compared to stand alone microphones. This is especially true for consumers that use microphones at home for personal use.
Stand alone microphones tend to transfer airy sounds and compromise the quality of your voice compared to headset microphones. They also lose a lot of volume which can make it hard to produce enough clarity to be useful.
There are some major brands that you may want to think about looking into. Sony offers a nice variety of headset mics at a decent price, as well as Audio Technica and Shure. Whichever you decide to go with, make sure you find one that features durability because headset microphones have a tendency to break if they are not built sturdy. A good way to find out if the headset you are thinking about buying is going to be durable enough for you is to read user reviews and see what others have to say.
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