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Audio

Equipment

Audio is arguably the most important aspect to content creation. It's a key for viewer retention and viewer growth. 

Microphones

USB Microphones

XLR

Microphones

Amps, Mixers & Interfaces

 
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Helicon GoXLR

$400 USD

GoXLR gives you the control of your audio like never before. With a 4-channel mixer, you can control the volume of all your audio sources in real time so you can keep focus where it needs to be. With customizable motorized faders, you'll always come back to sound the way you want it. Change the LCD scribble strips to personalize GoXLR and make it your own.

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Behringer Xenyx 802

$65-$100 USD

You can manage all your audio signals easily with the Behringer Xenyx 802 mixer. Featuring four input channels (two mono and two stereo) and one post-fader auxiliary send on each channel, the Xenyx 802 is equally suited for studio or live use. To handle your input sources, you get two Xenyx mic preamps, two stereo channels with dual 1/4" inputs, and CD/tape inputs & outputs w/ RCA connections.

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Alesis MultiMixUSBFX 4

$100-$200 USD

MultiMix 4 USB FX is a four-channel desktop mixer with a USB digital audio interface that lets you mix live, in the home studio, and record audio directly to a computer. This compact mixer is perfect for using in computer-recording setups, intimate live-sound environments, video-editing and production studios, and portable podcasting setups.

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Tascam US-42 Interface

$100-$200 USD

Under the hood, the MiNiSTUDIO Creator also features dual 4-band parametric EQ, adjustable on-board compression and a digital reverb effect with a convenient front panel depth control. And just in case you'd like to add a bit of music to the mix the MiNiSTUDIO Creator features two Hi-z 1/4&qout; inputs ready to accept an electric guitar or bass. Talk on, or rock on. It's up to you.

Headsets

 
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Sennheiser Game One

$125-$250 USD

The preferred headset for professional gamers throughout the world. German-engineered speaker technology and a top-notch noise-cancelling microphone deliver outstanding hi-fi performance that let you focus on the game, not your headset. GAME ONE is the crème de la crème headset for home gaming. It is arguably the most comfortable high-end gaming headset on the market and it features an extremely accurate and natural sound experience.

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HyperX II Cloud Alpha

$100 USD

HyperX™ Cloud Alpha’s groundbreaking Dual Chamber Drivers design will give your audio more distinction and clarity by reducing the distortion. The dual chambers separate the bass from the mids and highs, allowing optimal tuning for cleaner, smoother sound. The Cloud Alpha headset builds upon HyperX’s foundation of signature award-winning comfort with premium red memory foam, expanded headband and softer, more pliable leatherette.

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Logitech G430

$35-$80 USD

Immerse yourself in amazing audio. G430 comes with both Dolby Headphone and DTS Headphone:X surround sound modes powered by Logitech G HUB. Experience 360-degree audio that makes you feel like you’re right in the middle of the action, so you can detect enemies all around you. G430 ear pads are covered with sports-performance cloth for a soft-touch comfort, even after hours of use. Slip off the cloth cover to wash, and keep the headset in top shape.

Mic Stands & Boom Arms

 
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Blue Compass Boom Arm

$100 USD

Compass is a premium broadcast boom arm with internal springs and built-in cable management, ideal for broadcast applications like game streaming, podcasting, voice-over and more. With smooth, quiet operation and sophisticated on-camera looks, Compass is the perfect microphone boom arm for mics weighing up to 2.4 pounds, including Yeti and Blackout Spark SL.

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Neewer NW-35 Boom

$12-$18 USD

The Neewer NW-35 adjustable suspension boom arm is a two section entry level boom. The NW-35 is made of a durable steel frame with folding and flexible arms. Allowing for adjustments to suit any angle or height for streamer or broadcaster. This boom is also great for mounting web cameras.

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Rode PSA1 Boom Arm

$90-$100 USD

The PSA1 is a studio boom arm for radio, broadcast, studio and home use. The PSA1 offers a horizontal reach of 820mm, a vertical reach of 840mm and full 360 degree rotation. It is supplied with velcro cable wraps and both desk-clamp and desk-insert style attachments for versatile mounting in desks up to 55mm thick (clamp) or 70mm (insert).

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Amazon Microphone Stand

$18-$25 USD

Position a microphone and hold it in place hands-free with this AmazonBasics tripod boom microphone stand—perfect for recording studios, small intimate stages, and large performance halls alike. In addition to functioning as a straight microphone stand, the unit also allows for horizontal placement of a microphone thanks to its long boom arm.

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Auray BAI-2X Two-Section 

$60-$120 USD

The BAI-2N broadcast arm is designed with internal springs that provide a clean and sleek look. The internal balance springs are precision engineered to support and hold in place microphones of up to 5 lb. (2.27 kg). The design also minimizes handling noise when re-positioning the arm. The broadcast arm features a standard 5/8"-27 microphone stud mount that is compatible with most shockmounts and microphone clips.