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Movo MC1000 USB Desktop Conference Computer Microphone with 180° / 20' Pickup Range for Windows & Mac - Plug & Play
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- Desktop Computer Microphone for Conference Calls over VoIP, Skype and More
- Capable of capturing sound in a 20-foot radius, with 180° coverage
- Headphone Monitoring Jack
- USB Plug-&-Play Setup - PC & Mac Compatible
- 1 Year Movo Warranty with U.S.A Based Support
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The MOVO MC1000 is a directional conference microphone that features three audio capsules, and is capable of capturing sound in a 20' radius, with 180-degree coverage. The MC1000 is the ideal choice for video conferencing because it can simultaneously pickup all voices within the effective range. The device output uses a USB interface that can be connected directly to a desktop or laptop computer for easy use in conference rooms, seminars and other occasions. Includes a headphone/speaker monitoring jack for live audio monitoring. Instant plug-and-play functionality. No drivers needed.
- Polar Pattern: Super Cardioid
- Transducer: Condenser
- Frequency Response: 50Hz to 20KHz
- Sensitivity: -47 +/- 3dB
- Output: USB
- Pickup Range: 20-feet (6m)
- Pickup Angle: 180°
- Weight: 8.8 oz (250g)
- Dimensions: 4.6 x 3.8 x .9" (11.7 x 9.7 x 2.4cm)
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I compared this to the similar Soundtech CM-1000, and there are pros and cons to each. Both had better sound than my Jabra Speak 410/510 USB speaker/mic, though neither has speaker or bluetooth functions. I would also check out the Samson GoMic, which (though not a boundary mic) is good sounding, flexible, and less expensive.
The Movo isn't really omnidirectional; possibly this is a function of the 3 capsule design? In any case, mine acts more like a cardioid pattern mic (the logo is the front), and I got good results orienting the mic this way. 90 degrees off axis was several dB down and sounded more distant, and 180 was even worse. The SoundTech CM-1000 was omni, and though it had a few dB more noise and didn't sound as good as the Movo on axis, it was better off axis. Thus, in a room with only a couple of people or for more distant pickup the Movo wins, but for a small round conference table the SoundTech does.
The SoundTech allows you to daisy chain additional mics for better pickup for larger tables or rooms; the Movo does not. But the Movo has a headphone jack, which the Soundtech lacks.
Overall, a very good mic for $60 IMO.
Sometimes the light would be on, but when I went to listen to the recording, nothing was there. I have two cheaper mics (this was supposed to be an upgrade, ha) I never had a problem with. This has been a nightmare. I believed I was doing something wrong for the longest time, but I had my IT team check it out after it failed during a conference call and they confirmed the device as crap.
I contacted Movo with hopes of returning for a refund. They told me it was now past Amazon's 30 day window. I know that. I just thought the device would work, period, and longer than 30 days. I'm disappointment in myself for buying from a no name company I'd never heard of, big mistake and very poor customer service to boot.
Depressing. If anyone else has any issues, I advise you to contact Amazon directly about it