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Logitech Labtec Desktop Microphone 600

3.8 out of 5 stars 374 customer reviews
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  • Ideal for PC calling, internet voice chat, gaming, and music
  • Microphone Frequency Response - 100-10,000Hz
  • 6 feet cable length
  • Microphone Type: Analog (Mac systems may require adapters due to lack of analog mic jack)
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Product Description

Superior clarity for voice access applications. Noise-canceling microphone filters out unwanted background noise. Microphone pivots on base to hold preferred position. Optional monitor mount saves desk space.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 2 x 5 x 10 inches
Item Weight 4.8 ounces
Shipping Weight 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B000O7K4LO
Item model number 980463-0403
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3.8 out of 5 stars 374 customer reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #63 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Computer Accessories > Audio & Video Accessories > Computer Microphones
Date first available at Amazon.com January 20, 2007

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An inexpensive item can always be a 'bang' or a 'bust'. This being only a few dollars, I was not sure. But it is perfect for my needs...I don't like wearing the provided 'headset' which is provided with the dictation software, Dragon Naturally Speaking, and this convenient microphone sitting on my desk, on the left as the mouse is on the right of the keyboard, makes a nice complement to my workspace. The older style mini-plug will plug into any PC, new or old, in the Audio In port, and there is no setup - just plug it, reboot, and go! The computer recognizes it as a new device, and so does Dragon, and you are all set! A great value in my opinion. When not in use, I just turn it away from me, toward the computer screen, and it is out of the way, but handy. The voice pickup is perfect -- clean and clear.
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I am a podcaster and use this mic for all my episodes. I've been podcasting since 2007 and have used this mic the most, with the most success. Some say it is too low tech, but for me it's excellent. I've used it on PC and laptop. This mic is NOT a USB mic and is easy to transport and plug in and out of different systems without a lot of gear. It DOES NOT have batteries that need changing or a 50-pound stand to mess with. My recording area is very noisy and no matter what I do... the higher power mics pick up way too much street noise. I also have a high voice and the higher powered mics make it sound even higher. This mic is perfect for any sort of recording - except music. When singing, it does cut in and out. For talking... there is no such issue. I have several of these and have only had to replace one once because I accidentally dropped it at a high distance onto a tile surface. This mic is a must buy for anyone just starting out or for those of you living in metro areas. Happy recording!
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I bought this Logitech Microphone at Walmart for the retail price of $8.88. Overall, this microphone is reliable, inexpensive, and is good for chatting, gaming (if you don't have a headset), and some voice recording.

The design is very nice. The base is a circular base and stays very stable. The microphone is similar to cone shape, wider at the top, and slimmer at the bottom, where it meets the base. The cord length is plenty for a desktop, at 6 feet.

I'm sure there were better options out there, but I'm not complaining.

This product is a good value desktop microphone. It works. It is reliable. It records well. Highly recommended for an inexpensive and reliable microphone for the desktop. It's also good for people who don't like wearing headsets and like having the microphone in front of them.

P.S. If you'd like to spend a little bit more, here are some headsets between the $10 - $20 range for your consideration:
Universal PC/Stereo Gaming Headset - Yapster TM-YB100A ' Black Decent sound and comfort $15
Plantronics .Audio 326 Stereo PC Headset Good barebones headset $13
Logitech Clearchat Stereo Headset Good comfort and decent sound and microphone $10
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I bought this to use with speech recognition in Windows 7. It sits on my desktop, about 2 feet from my face.

When training the computer (part of first setting up speech recognition) Windows warns you that a headset mike would be better, and desktop mikes aren't optimal for speech recognition. This mike, though, has been working perfectly; the computer has had no trouble hearing me.

The cord is nice and long, the stand is stable and sturdy and the mike angle is adjustable. Windows recognized it right away. It's a basic microphone, and it works just fine for my purposes.
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My PC has speakers on the monitor but no built in mic. I needed a mic input to use the pc with MagicJack. Having on my sound card a 3.5mm plug in provision, the simplest way was to use a "corded" as opposed to bluetooth mic. Nobody has ever commented about my "audio" - so I am assuming it sounds like a regular telephone. I use the desktop stand, but also supplied is a "stick on" mount to affix to the monitor or where ever you desire. Simple, cheap and effective.
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I've been tinkering with computers since the 90s and back in those days, the microphone that I had came free with the Creative Labs Sound Blaster sound cards (for those of you that might remember). This was a simple beige colored plastic desk microphone similar to this Logitech product and was the only thing available at the time. That trusty microphone was awesome and lasted me until the year 2012, when it finally broke. Because it broke, I found myself actually shopping for a replacement.

I've been involved with VoIP/voice chat since the original MS NetMeeting was the big thing back in the late 90s. To this day, I commonly use Skype, Ventrilo, Teamspeak and other voice-related products and without a microphone, I had to get a replacement microphone ASAP.

Microphones for PCs have come a long way and it seems that most "brand name" microphones cost $15 or more (just do a search on Amazon). This includes desktop microphones and the headset+mic combos. But to tell you the truth, I hate those headset + mic combos because #1) I already have a pair of killer headphones and #2) sometimes I don't want to wear headphones all the time.

A simple search on Amazon for "desktop microphone" gives you either $20+ microphones or sub-$10 microphones from no-name companies... except the one I'm reviewing (from Logitech). I chose the Logitech simply because it had at least 400 more reviews than the other one and was ranked at 4.5 stars.

The microphone itself comes in one piece where the mic "speaker" can be adjusted. It sits comfortably on the desk and is non-intrusive. A bonus with the microphone is that it comes with a sticker-mount attachment that allows you to stick it onto a flat surface.
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