Neewer 3.5mm Hands Free Computer Clip on Mini Lapel Microphone (3X Lapel Microphone)
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- Cable length: approx. 59"/150cm
- Supported Windows XP, 2000, 98, ME, and Vista
- Plugs into a standard 3.5mm jack.
- PLEASE NOTE: Camera and Phone NOT Included
|Consumer Alert: Most users do not need a license to operate this wireless microphone system. Nevertheless, operating this microphone system without a license is subject to certain restrictions: the system may not cause harmful interference; it must operate at a low power level (not in excess of 50 milliwatts); and it has no protection from interference received from any other device. Purchasers should also be aware that the FCC is currently evaluating use of wireless microphone systems, and these rules are subject to change. For more information, call the FCC at 1-888- CALL-FCC (TTY: 1-888-TELL-FCC) or visit the FCC’s wireless microphone website at http://www.fcc.gov/cgb/wirelessmicrophones.|
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PLEASE NOTE: Camera & Phone NOT Included!
3.5mm Hands Free Computer Clip on Mini Lapel Microphone
This is a 3.5mm hands Free clip on mini lapel microphone that makes you chat in comfort while using Skype, VOIP, gaming, video conferencing, or while recording your notes. This hands free microphone allows you hand-free comfort, just plugs into a standard 3.5mm jack, and clips it on to your shirt, tie, or pocket. The cable is approximately 2 meters long.
*Small, compact design allows you to easily clip it to your shirt, tie or pocket
*Chat in comfort while using Skype, VOIP, gaming, video conferencing, or while recording your notes.
*Connects to Computer PC and Laptop
*Plugs into a standard 3.5mm jack.
*Supported Windows XP, 2000, 98, ME, and Vista
*Cable length: approx. 59"/150cm
3x 3.5mm Hands Free Computer Clip on Mini Lapel Microphone
Top Customer Reviews
MxL delivered more low range, had more presence and was crisper than the lav, but these little cheap things are still an improvement over the mic in the 600D. Tested later against the mic in a Canon Vixia HF R20, and, while the R20's inbuilt is much cleaner than the 600D's the lav still edged it out, in my opinion. Direct input into the either camera resulted in something of a mixed bag. Solid improvement over the inbuilts but, against a dedicated recorder, the camera's electronics are noticably a step down, even from the lowly H1. Plus the cord isn't really long enough for direct input to be practical.
Bottom line, any dedicated mic with recorder will almost always be better than the mics in most low to midrange cameras, and even getting the mic away from the camera helps a lot. So those on a shoestring budget wanting to do talking head style videos should take notice of these little wonders.
That is the reason why it does not work on smart phones, computers etc. guess its an advert problem.
It will work on audio recording devices that supports plug-in power (3-5V).
It goes well with the Movo WS10n furry wind screen for Lavs.
Its pretty darn good for 2 buck a piece, the furry windscreen costs more than the microphone!
Buy these if you are on a budget, to keep as spares, or going to record audio knowing that it will get damaged from rain, water etc.
This is a package of 3 different individual microphones all shipped together. That makes these around 1.50$ each after shipping. As far as I can tell that makes these the cheapest mics on all of amazon.
All 3 of them work perfectly. I set my windows recording level to maximum and that seems to adequately pick up my voice.
The plastic clips are not glued on, and are just held on with friction. You can remove them entirely just by sliding them off. This could probably be fixed with a little elmers glue if you cared enough.
I don't clip them to my shirt, I just clip them to my keyboard wire which is about 3 feet from my face. That way I don't have to deal with moving it around every time I start or stop recording.
I compared them to the Olympus ME-15 Microphone I normally use, (22$ at time of writing) and these only sound slightly worse. I would have to be listening pretty hard to even notice the difference. The Neewers seem to pick up a little more of the ambient room noise like my computer fan. Considering the Neewers are only a fraction of the price, I would have used these if I could do things over.
I own a few mics for amateur recordings, including three USB mics that I've used for voice-over and some interviews.
Overall I'd say these lapel mics are obviously not excellent when compared to the higher level mics I own, but at this price point they are absolutely unbeatable and still do a very good job regardless of price.
I now store two of the mics with my SLR camera along with a Y splitter cable to do interviews, and use the third one clipped to my headphone cable when gaming. As I said, it won't give as full of a sound as some of my expensive USB mics, but since I can attach it to the headphone cable I can make sure it doesn't pick up the noise from my mechanical keyboard and I also don't need to use the whole arm stand for the USB mic, making this a very minimal setup that works great for everyday use and even some casting.
If you're not sure about these, just take your chances! Where else are you going to find 3 mics for $6?
If you are lucky enough to get a batch that works they seem decent, according to reviews, but if not it's a bit of a hassle to deal with. I think I'll just wait and replace them with a more expensive, but reliably well made, brand.