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Livestream Broadcaster Pro Go Live From Your Camera with Wi-Fi, Ethernet, USB...

Broadcaster Pro Go live from your camera Use the Broadcaster Pro to stream live, directly from any HDMI camera, to viewers across the globe Broadcast quality inputs and encoding With H.264/AAC ...

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Worked very well for the purpose.
November 4, 2017
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Livestream Broadcaster Pro | 1080p 5Mbps Encoder Stream Live

Use the Broadcaster Pro to stream live, directly from any HDMI camera, to viewers across the globe. The Broadcaster Pro allows you to stream your content in three ways; via 2.4/5GHz WiFi, a 10/100 ...

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Tried to do the job without this and battled audio and video issues. This simplified the task and we are now streaming easily.
February 7, 2016
It is a good product, only the shipment takes too long
December 28, 2015
It is working very good.
December 3, 2015
Works great, the streaming has a excelent quality. We use it with a Gopro and a Sony Video Camera, using HDMI.
August 18, 2015
I was unable to make the Livestream Broadcaster Pro work today with the latest Verizon modem USB620L. They no longer make the Verizon 295 which is still recommended on the Livestream website, and AT&T also does not make the Momentum any longer, and they state on their website that the unit does not work with the latest AT&T Beam USB modem which is the only one you can get now.I was on the phone multiple times today and their support could not help me make the unit work with the Verizon USB 620L modem (paid $250 for it!).So basically I am unable to use the Broadcaster Pro with a USB modem. (I am shooting a rally on the street tomorrow.) So I guess I will return it. If I ran Livestream I would immediately handle a situation like this - outdated modems listed on the website and an inability to get the device working with a new customer.Everything else about your company so far has been great, but this did not work for me and I would see a returned non-working product as a serious problem if I were you.
August 31, 2015
I really like the mission of Livestream and we increasingly use the service to provide the families of our school with online access to live events and activities at our school. We've been using a computer and old video camera (from the 90's I think) to stream our events. It took me about a year to get to where I could wrangle the resources to purchase this latest Livestream Broadcaster Pro (directly from Livestream-sorry Amazon). In any case, the first unit arrived and I noticed a couple of things that caused me to immediately be concerned:1) As I took the unit out of the package for the first time, the little rubber feet (3 of the 4 on the unit) stuck to the packaging, basically falling off the unit. Now, I realize that maybe that's not the biggest deal to most folks but the investment we made in this device was substantial (for us) and I expect the technology I purchase to hold together for a while before this sort of thing starts to happen.2) I noticed that there was also a scratch or mark on the main display in the upper left-hand corner that was about 8mm long. Again, I noticed this immediately out of the box. The mark did not appear to effect function and was probably more an annoyance than a critical issue.To their credit, when I contacted Livestream they quickly agreed to return the first unit and replace it with a new unit. So, I give them high marks for their quick response. Unfortunately, the second unit has pretty much exactly the same issues. I followed-up with their service people and suggested that it would appear, based on my experience, that they have either a manufacturing issue and/or a packaging issue that results in a couple of cosmetic damage outcomes. I genuinely like being able to purchase something that is actually made in America. I would also like what I purchase to be of the highest quality possible and, regretfully, based on my experience with these Livestream units, I do not believe that is the case with this Broadcaster Pro.I will follow-up this initial experience with additional information once I am able to put the unit through some field testing with an HDMI camera (once we round one up). I'm uploading a short video on YouTube to share my experience as well.
July 21, 2015
This is a piece of proprietary hardware that ONLY works with a proprietary streaming service. The fact that the name is livestream only serves to confuse the buyer further in the description of this product. I have asked for it to be clearly spelled out in the description but we will see. Also if you look at the box itself, it is exact in every detail to my VidiU which is open to all streaming services like YouTube, Wowza, influxis and hundreds more that show up everyday, Obvious it is the same hardware running a different software. As a broadcaster for many years let me say that purchasing the Broadcaster Pro will severely limit your growth potential. This one is going back,
January 2, 2016
It wouldn't imbed a like to websites unless you got a big package that is 2,000 a year with them and then when we went to get a refund they fought us about it and basically told our church no we won't give you your money back. The years membership we paid for and used for 5 min that was 599.00 for the year was useless to our needs so service and costumer service all was bad and you can't talk to a live person unless you have the 2,000 - 10,000 a year account unless you throw a big enough fit
June 3, 2016
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Teradek Inc 10-0245 VidiU Camera-Top HDMI H.264 Encoder

Vidiu is a consumer camera-top HDMI H.264 Encoder

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Make sure you understand what you're getting when you buy this box. It does RTMP only - which is limiting. You either have to use Ustream or one of the other RTMP-capable services or set up your own server, which can be difficult. Having RTSP would be far more useful. The really annoying thing is the box DOES have RTSP inside somewhere - the web interface uses it for the previews - but they don't open it up general purpose...probably for licensing reasons and to avoid undercutting their pro offerings that cost twice as much.All that said it's a fairly easy to set up, reliable box. I've run a ustream streaming camera on it for hours and hours and it works fine. External power is a must - it's battery hungry. But that's fairly easy to rig and not a big deal.
August 16, 2015
The product itself works as described. Its meant to remove the need for a computer. I would highly recomend that you check your internet speed before you invest in this because I was using this to stream to youtube live events and the quality was very poor. I'm sure in part it was my internet but I still expected much better quality then I was getting. Also, make sure you download the app. It makes the process much easier.
April 22, 2014
HDMI in, Cat5 out, turn on, choose streaming service, choose event, broadcast.Simple to use. Super glad I chose this unit.And yes, it does take forever to 'boot up'.At $700 it's expensive, but it would have cost you $20 grand 20 years ago to do what this thing does.A few years from now it'll be an app on your iPhone for $20.
December 20, 2015
This device is pretty cool. Very happy with this purchase. Easy to use and setup using the downloadable app. I use it to broadcast a HD signal out of my camera via the HDMI port to my Ustream channel and with a solid internet connection this thing works like a charm. I had no problems broadcasting for 4 hours straight. highly recommended.
December 6, 2014
Used it so many times and really like it. Works as advertised, really solid - takes a while to start up but once running its a charm.Some things I would like is, lets say the device should be able to notify when the stream is down or video loss via the app using its bilet in wifi.
August 6, 2014
This thing works great! Very happy with it. Replaced a whole computer setup with a lot of complexity. Now we have a small box you turn on and press the red button... It's great to have the portability when we need it, but works great just plugged in and wired too. Thought that the menu system on the device was GREAT. Having the app to configure it was icing on the cake, the front panel was plenty to get it up and running.
April 21, 2015
Works great! We use it to broadcast our church services. Bought another brand and had a lot of problems. This broadcaster is very reliable.
May 19, 2017
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!!!Very happy with this purchase, easy to set up and easy to use ,Works Great ,,, We use in our local church to broadcast our services
October 28, 2017
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Sony MDR7506 Professional Large Diaphragm Headphone

Sony MDR7506 Professional Stereo Headphones are ideal for sound monitoring in recording studios, radio, film production, video, electronic news gathering - and virtually any application where high ...

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I've tried a ton of headphones lately and these sound by far the best to me. I like generally flat sound. I'm more concerned with clear mids and highs and want present but not overpowering bass and low bass.Headphones I've tried include the following with my totally subjective sound rating on 10 point scale. YMMV.Audio Technica ATH-M50X - highs a little subdued for my liking - 7Beats Studio 2 Wireless - Subdued highs, some mid bass emphasis but not overpowering. 6Bose QC25 - A little weak on bass and weak on highs, best ANC. 7Bose QC35 - Can be a little bassy, especially at low volume. Bright highs. Best ANC. 9JBL - EVEREST 700 - Way too bassy. 5.JBL - Everest Elite 700 - Much better than non-Elite, 7OPPO PM-3 - Excellent, expensive. 10Sennheiser 202 - yuck. Too bassy, no highs, but cheap. 4Sennheiser 280 - well balanced. 8Sennheiser Momentum M2 - Close to perfection. 9.5Sennheiser PXC-550 - wireless noise cancelling. These are excellent. 9Sony - MDRXB950BT/B - Extra bass says it all. 4Sony 7506 - Perfection 10Out of all that I've tried the Sony 7506 are closest to perfection, to live performance. They are not bass heavy at all but can produce comfortable solid bass down to quite low frequencies. Tonal balance leans towards the upper mids and highs. Bright but not harsh. You end up hearing subtle sounds in the music that is missing with other headphones. Those who want more bass or don't want bright highs won't like these. But for my listening taste this matches perfectly.They are also very comfortable. Many of the headphones listed above are not as comfortable. Either tight band or thin band or ear cups that aren't big or deep enough. These headphones are great. Biggest disadvantage vs. many that I've tried recently is that these are wired... with a long heavy cord easy to get caught on things. I was looking for a wireless headphone. But ultimately I couldn't find one at a reasonable price that sounded anywhere near as good as these. Next closest was the Sennheiser PXC-550, but at $400, wireless wasn't worth an extra $320. I also found that there were times I didn't want noise cancellation. Too bad Sony doesn't make a wireless headphone with anywhere near this sound.Best of all, these are by far the cheapest of the decent sounding headphones I've listened to. The headphones in this list range in prices from $20 to $450.Highly recommend the Sony 7506... if you like this sort of sound signature.
August 17, 2016
These are my favorite pair of headphones I have tried so far. The overall sound of these are very balanced. This means the Low, Medium, and high tones are for the most part balanced out. You can easily look up a lot of information on these headphones. They are an industry standard which I have enjoyed owning for more than two years now.The overall design of the headphones is fairly good. They are structurally well designed for the most part.- Noise isolation is mediocre. You can hear people saying things through these depending on the volume.- Sound leakage on the original pads is fairly low. People won't have to hear your music when it is at a fairly loud volume.- Extremely long, coiled cable with 1/4-inch adapter. Possibly gold connections.- Sturdy cable design. Each cable bend point is reinforced with additional rubber. Soldering to the driver seems sturdy as well, it should be able to withstand most tugs. This is usually not an issue with the gargantuan coiled cable. The coiled cable also prevents a large number of tangles!- The headband is fairly comfortable. You could easily find a cover for it if it becomes a problem.- Cup adjustment pieces have numbers on them to ensure a specific setting.The problems I've had with these over time:- Headband will lose its tension between your ears over time. These headphones no longer fit as soundly on my head as they used to.- Faux leather pads will need to be replaced. I have included a picture of both of my ripped pads which I replaced with "Beyerdynamic EDT250V Headphone Ear Pads Black" these will create some additional noise leakage.- The wire that connects the drivers to the headband can get stuck in the housing. (see picture) This may wear the wire a bit.- Cable is extremely long. This can be an issue when you want to use these headphones outside of their intended purpose. The cable is generally a bit heavy, causing strain to the connections. I very often have to move it around to have it stop bothering me. The cable can be replaced with some soldering. There have been projects modifying the headphones to have a detachable cable. Google "Sony MDR-7506 Detachable Cable Mod" that I believe would improve the design of the headphones.- Like all over the ear headphones, these will be uncomfortable with glasses. They do become very uncomfortable after a few hours.- While these do come with a transport bag, even the fold up design makes them a bit of a pain to transport. This is to be expected.- Fold up design doesn't center the cups when the length of each ear cup is at minimum. (See picture) Not sure what this does to the longevity of the headband.- The blue portion of the "Professional" stickers on the sides are decals. One of mine peeled off. It looks similar, but is starting to disappear, and collects dust. (see picture)Aside from a few gripes, these are still my favorite set of headphones. They simply sound right. I was appalled to go to the store and listen to some Bose headphones and hear how bad the quality was in comparison: for a set of $300 headphones.These are undoubtedly worth the price. Don't hesitate to buy them if you can overlook the problems i have had.
January 18, 2015
I like these headphones well. As I'm using them to edit interviews and such I don't know, or really care, what an audiophile would think of them. They aren't high-end quality, I'm sure, but for editing podcasts as an example, they work well.These headphones are reasonably comfortable. Though I wouldn't describe them as isolating, I'm able to do the work with the ordinary sounds in my environment, such as telephones, conversation and microwave noises. There's a long coiled cord but it's weight is manageable. The earpieces are comfortable and I've found that these headphones can be worn for hours without discomfort.For the price, they're a good deal.
November 7, 2015
The best studio headphones for the money, in my opinion. I bought a pair of these more than 15 years ago, and the ones I just ordered and received last week are the same exact thing by the looks of it - which is a good thing in my book. I recently bought the second pair so my studio partner could hear the same thing I'm hearing. I use these all the time to mix down recordings and I get really good results. They are great for easy listening too. And comfortable, I can wear these a long time without the fatigue I get with my other headphones I've tried. Plus they fold up into a small size and are very portable. Not much to complain about with these headphones.
November 6, 2015
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Arkon TW Broadcaster Pro Dual Phone Magnetic Mount Desk Stand Black

Arkon's TW Broadcaster Pro Dual Phone Magnetic Mount Desk Stand is a professional mounting solution designed to facilitate stable side-by-side streaming of live video with two mobile devices ...

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Awesome stand
September 2, 2016
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Livestream Gear® - Dual Device Pro Tripod Setup with Hand Grip Option...

Easily mount two devices to this folding tripod that also doubles as a hand grip for live streaming with 2 devices while on the go. Get a solid grip on your Smartphones while streaming, adjust to any ...

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I really wanted this product to work. Unfortunately the clamps are not deep enough to securely hold my two phones that have cases and I cannot see how these clamps could hold any phones with cases IMO. I have a Samsung Galaxy S7 that has a battery case which makes it much thicker and I would understand that the clamps wouldn't be that deep for a battery case. However, I tried with an Amazon Fire Phone with a normal size case and the clamps just are not deep enough to securely hold the phone in place. I wiggled the device simulating walking and the phone became loose over a matter of seconds and the strength of the clamp pushed it out of its grip and onto the floor. The only way I see this product working is with a case-less phone or a very thin skin as a case which doesn't protect a phone at all and most people IMO would choose a case over a skin any day for proper protection. It's sad because the product itself seems to be made of really strong plastic. The handle has a very nice rubber grip and I can tell by the weight it is just made of good parts. But because the clamps have very little depth to them it cannot hold any of my phones securely and I would be afraid that my very expensive phones would fly out while walking. Make a new version that has deeper clamps, maybe a quarter to half inch deeper and I'll buy it again. But right now its a paper weight so I am returning it.
October 3, 2016
Fantastic! Works perfect, very well designed! (Even better than I hoped!)High quality build, *should last a long time. Lots of "modular" design with different mount options available. Quarter-twenty mount (1/4"-20 Threaded) on both the back and bottoms of each clip. (Sorta confusing, but see my photos for different angles and setups) I never saw anyone else mention this huge feature! This way you can use each clip separately, or even off-set them for more spacing.I also never saw anyone post, but YES, BOTH phones could be placed horizontally next to each other with enough room, or course vertically easily fits, or each one in a different way.One last thing, the nicely padded backing to each phone clip, and rubber top/bottom add fantastic grip to each device without scratching. And DO NOT LISTEN to that reviewer who doesn't know what they are talking about with "enough depth" of the clip, it has PLENTY of depth to hold any phone, even with most cases still left on. (See my photos, it holds my S7 Edge both with and without case just fine.)This will be a very helpful and essential tool for my future product review videos and side-by-side comparison shots. Thank you Livestream for creating this! (I searched all over Amazon for alternatives, and this was the only good option out there.)==*UPDATE 7/26/2017==Bumped 5 stars down to 3. The quarter-twenty screw mount on the bottom of one of the phone clips just broke! It's been 6 months since it arrived, and it has been working great, but now broken mount screws it up! See my attached photo for the broken piece. It's still an awesome dual-mount, but sucks it broke already after just 6 months. My other gear lasts a few years before items like this break or strip out. Maybe wish it was higher quality?==UPDATE 7/31/2017==Bumped back up to 5 stars for awesome customer service! I reached out, told them of the issue, and they sent me out a replacement part right away! I am very thankful for their quick response and helpfulness, and the new part is exactly what I needed. Thank you!
January 16, 2017
The base piece that I wanted did arrive and is what I expected, however, the product details makes an impression that the adjustable cell phone holders are included. They are not. Just be aware of what you are NOT getting. I would have ordered all the components at once if it was clearer.
April 17, 2017
This product has been an indispensable asset in my live-streaming life. The mount is extremely durable and versatile, allowing me to stream using either one device or two devices at the same time. You also have the option of attaching an LED light for better streaming under low light conditions. The phone clamp holds the devices securely, and the hand grip is comfortable. Having a hand grip allows for better control and a much better live-streaming experience for you and your viewers. The product is well-priced and worth every penny. And on top of all that, it makes you look more professional. I fully recommend this product to any serious live-streamer! Thank you!
July 1, 2016
This was a gift for my daughter who is just launching and playing with a youtube channel. I didn't want to invest in all the expensive equipment when she is trying to figure your the ins and outs of youtube but do know that lighting is extremely important when viewing. This little light fits the bill for the amateur youtuber or photographer.
February 2, 2018
The horizontal bar is curved. To get both cameras to be level, I have to use extra connectors. Every extra connector is a chance for something to break, and causes vibrations.Vibrations are already pretty bad with this connector. I wish it was made it metal instead.
April 23, 2018
This is a great product. I do wish the knobs for tightening were a bit longer or shorter in verticle presentation mode they are at the exact edge of the phone which makes a bit difficult to tighten, but this is only a minor inconvenience.
October 28, 2017
Does not fit larger cell phones.. I have an iPhone 7plus with an otterbox type of protective case on it.. I CAN fit my phone into it, but it's definitely stretching this to the limits.. Also has a tendency to squeeze the phone out of the jaws because they are under too much tension..
January 5, 2017
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Razer Kiyo - Full HD 1080P Streaming Camera - Pro Webcam Optimized...

Razer Kiyo - Desktop Camera for Streaming with Illumination.

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I purchased this camera to use for streaming on Twitch.Video quality is fantastic, the on board mic works very well, and it was plug & play with Windows 10 and Open Broadcaster Software.The camera includes a hefty clamp/base mechanism that can be used in a number of ways. You can either use it as an actual base and simply set it on top of your desk/PC/ etc. Or you can do what I did and clamp it to the top of your monitor.It would have been nice to see this integrated or detected by my Razer Synapse software (I am running a Razer keyboard and mouse) but it is not. That could be a good thing depending on how you look at it.The integrated light ring was a nice feature and one of the primary reasons I purchased this camera, but I actually realized upon testing that I didn't ultimately need it since I have quite a bit of natural lighting in my work space. I could see the light ring being very useful for someone in low light situations. The light ring itself has a few power steps so that you can adjust it on the fly by simply turning the ring of the camera.
December 29, 2017
The bottom third of the ring light stopped working less than 30 minutes out of the box. Very frustrating. I'm returning it for a replacement, but I've lost confidence in this device for now. I'll update after I receive the replacement.
January 5, 2018
Never got it to work. Light would not illuminate. Will return but they appear in backorder.
January 4, 2018
As a very casual streamer, I was content with my old Logitech C910, but was really excited to try out this new Razer Kiyo. 1080p at 30fps or 720p 60fps and a ring light that really helps in poor lighting situations like I have. I either had to turn on more lights than I wanted, or try to point a lamp at my face so the image wasn't super grainy. With the Kiyo, the lighting is built in, so I can play in a darker environment but I'm still well lit and the image isn't grainy at all.The camera doesn't require any installation with Windows 10. Just plug it in, and it is detected and it's ready to use in Open Broadcaster Software (OBS Studio) for Twitch or wherever you want to stream. The camera has a lot of mounting options. It can hang on your monitor, sit on a flat surface, or mount to a tripod mount and be positioned however you need it. When the camera is on, a small white light turns on, since the ring light can be turned off. To adjust the light, just twist the outside of the camera to make it brighter or dimmer. It's almost too easy to use.In actual use, I was really impressed with the quality of this webcam. I tried 720p60 at first and it worked well but for a streamer who is mostly sitting there, 1080p30 is better for me and sharper because I like to zoom in with software and fill the frame without having the camera right on my face. This is the first time I used extra lighting, and at first it was a little weird to have the ring light shining on me the whole time, but I got used to it quickly. You can stream in almost no light except for your computer monitor and this camera and it works fine as long as you aren't too far from the camera. The autofocus worked well, but I usually stream with a plain black backdrop so it wasn't really a challenge for my older camera either.The Kiyo is very small and portable and collapses pretty small to take with you if needed. The Kiyo has a built in microphone which works ok, but I'd recommend a dedicated mic, whether it's your headset mic or something like the Razer Seiren X microphone. If you just have regular headphones and don't want to buy a special mic or headset, the camera mic will work, but it's best if you are in a quiet area since it does pick up ambient sound. my computer is fairly loud when I play games, so it picked that noise up fairly easily. Still, it's a good option if you just want to plug the camera into your laptop, hang it on top of the screen and talk to someone on skype with normal headphones. I realize not everyone will be using this for gaming all the time.Overall, I was impressed with this Kiyo camera. The build quality is nice, better than many Razer products I've used, and it worked immediately right out of the box. The image quality is good and it works in very little light. I would recommend this for a streamer starting out that doesn't want to invest in too much camera and lighting equipment. If you buy a cheap piece of green screen fabric and hang it behind you, you can have a great looking chroma key webcam stream in OBS very quick, even if you've never streamed before.
December 5, 2017
This review is not coming from a gamer, but rather a person who creates instructional video e-learning in many different environments. It's one thing to have a studio in which lights can be situated to create the best look, but being "on location" is a much different story. Thus, the built-in lighting, plus this unit's ease of portability, makes it an excellent choice for anyone who needs to create "talking head" video away from the comforts of an office or studio. In the past I've made do with available lighting, but there are times when it doesn't look the way I'd like. After using this Razer Kiyo, I'll tell you that having the light can make a significant difference.LIKES:** No software required on Windows 10. Plug and Play!** Adjusting the light is EASY. Just turn the ring around the light as if you adjusting the volume knob on a radio.** Portability. The tripod mounting option is awesome for my needs. It also sits on a flat surface easily without it having to sit precariously. Very user-friendly for recording interviews in someone's office.** Compatible with OBS. I've been using Open Broadcaster for a while now. It provides awesome technical director capabilities so I can easily create engaging e-learning. I highly recommend it, but I suppose my touting that program is for a different review. As for the Razer Kiyo, anyone familiar with OBS will appreciate the easy interface.** FPS options. These are not options I've had before in a camera, and I see a lot of value in having them. 1080p / 30fps seems to work well for my head shots, but I did a trial doing a two-person interview, and the 720p / 60fps seemed to work better for that.DISLIKES:** Built in mic. It doesn't have a super-professional sound quality. Don't misunderstand -- I'm glad this unit precludes the need for an external mic, and the built-in mic is okay for many of circumstances I need. But after a bit of testing, I can tell there will be times when a separate mic will provide much clearer recording.That's about it, really, for dislikes. And it's not even a dislike -- more of a "could be better." Overall this is a really nice camera and there is little to dislike about it. For anyone who creates video instruction or does live webinars, I think it's a great camera and I highly recommend it.
December 6, 2017
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Audio-Technica BPHS1 Broadcast Stereo Headset with Dynamic Boom Mic

Created especially for on-air news and sports broadcasting, announcing

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Making Camtasia demos using a boom-mounted mic was a problem because the mic picked up so many stray sounds from the background and even an echo from the desktop. So I got this headset mic and it's perfect. No background noise now, consistent volume when I turn, and no boom mic to obscure my view of the monitors. And it plugs right in to my XENYX802 mixer with its 1/4 inch headphone plug and XLR mic plug.
June 6, 2013
Dedign is for broadcast or field use for isolation and rugged use. On the soundboard I’d prefer open back to get more room feedback although these do leak and are not highly isolating. The mic is bulky and doesn’t swing out of the way very well. I wanted it for talkback and it works fine for that. But all my operators take them off during live performance. I think there is a market for a “DJ” head set with open back and a good mic, somebody?
December 13, 2017
Pros-great crisp sound-top notch mic-very comfortableCons-requires a fancy audio setupI recommend a schiit stack(look it up) for the best performance
December 24, 2017
Everything about this headset is amazing, the quality of the headphones is wonderful and comparable to the ATH-M50 from my use. The sound rejection is wonderful from the microphone and the only complaint I really have after about a month of use is it picks up the noise of breathing very well, but depending on the environment its fine.
August 7, 2017
After reviewing many options for the ideal system for recording audiobooks, I settled on this one, paired with a US-100 Tascam USB Interface. Audio quality has been very pleasurable. The reason I'm not giving it 5 stars is because the ear pads are too thin (1/2") and the earphones press against my ears, making them get sore with any significant use. I may need to find or make some thicker pads to replace the default set.
May 11, 2012
I needed the perfect gift for Father's Day. My dad loves to sing and play guitar. I looked in all the local stores for a replacement for his headset. There were plenty of computer headsets, but none I could find with microphone and amplifier jacks that fit his audio equipment. Then I looked on Amazon and found this professional broadcast headset Audio-Technica BPHS1 Stereo Headset with Dynamic Boom Mic. It was definitely worth the price. My Dad loves his new headset. He says it sounds better than his original one. He says it is very comfortable as well.
September 18, 2010
Works great. Headphone sound is good and mic is crystal clear and sensitive.
June 15, 2017
No bass in mic
December 31, 2017
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Shure SRH440 Professional Studio Headphones (Black)

Optimized for home and studio recording; Closed-back, circumaural collapsible design; Detachable, coiled cable; Includes SRH440, threaded 1/4" gold-plated adapter, carrying bag, and user guide; ...

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My first Shure SRH440 came included with our high-end electronic keyboard we bought. They lasted about 9 months before the plastic piece that keeps the earmuff attached to the head-piece (or whatever) broke. So in other words, the ear muff was dangling by the little wire.OK, we had some bad luck. So we ordered a new one from Amazon. In less than 3 months, the earmuff was broken off again. See pic.The headphones are comfortable on my head and ears. The sound quality is good and the noise cancellation is good as well. But they just keep breaking under reasonable usage circumstance. Admittedly, teenagers (girls) also use these but they stay parked at our computer 100% of the time and I did not feel like our use case was extreme. Yes, the kids dropped them off the table occasionally and these were probably dropped on the floor a couple times, but for $90 I don't feel like they are very durable. Otherwise they are good headphonesIf you are going to use them in a studio or placid environment and totally pamper them then there's nothing wrong. I'm just disappointed in their durability. Ordered a Sennheiser HD280PRO and build quality seems much better at the ear muff. Haven't owned them long enough to say they are better, but from looking at the ear muff attachment I do not think my next problem will be that.No fault to the vendor or Amazon. I never bother with reviews but I just wanted to point this problem out.UPDATE 11/29/2017: The Sennheiser HD280PROs are still great and haven't broken yet. Definitely recommend you purchase them over the Shure SRH440.
September 24, 2017
I was recently in need of closed headphones with a $100 budget and curious about what the market offers. I thought I might share my findings with someone in a similar situation. The Shure SRH440 turns out to be the most accurate, neutral sounding closed cans among the eight headphone models that I have compared. Below is my review of these headphones.I am a speaker builder with measurement equipment, so I know what is neutral and undistorted sound. Unlike speaker systems, most headphones have no crossover or frequency response correction circuit. So, it is critical to be able to know how much such uneven responses affect perception of their sound with respect to accuracy and neutrality. I have good sense of it since I have been measuring sound. But I do not have proper equipment for headphone measurement, mostly importantly a dummy torso/head, nor am I willing to invest time in making a DIY setup. This is the reason why my search and audition have been limited to headphones for which measurement data exist, with some exceptions (see below). I made use of three different sources for the data: InnerFidelity.com, Headphone.com, and en.GoldenEars.net. While there is consistency within each site's measurements, there is also inconsistency between them, due to different measurement conditions and compensation methods. So, I researched and took those into account.One may say we can use EQ to remedy irregular frequency responses. But EQ has its own limitations. Some minor EQ'ing can help, but headphones that need too extensive correction should be avoided. The foremost reason is the loss of dynamic range. Theoretically, with EQ you can only limit, not increase, dynamic range in a certain frequency band. On the source side, you lose digital bit depth, and on the headphone side, you suppress the driver's efficient response range.Below is the list of headphones that I have auditioned (in the order of their street prices):- Tascam TH-02 ($30; no data available)- Panasonic RP-HTF600-S ($32; semi-open headphones)- Brainwavz HM3 / Incipio F38 ($35; no data available)- Tascam TH-2000 ($50; no data available)- AKG K518LE ($50)- Sennheiser HD 429 ($65)- Creative Aurvana Live! ($70)- KRK KNS 6400 ($85)- Shure SRH440 ($90)My DIY speaker system (it measures very flat) served as a reference with respect to tonal balance. I also own some open headphones like Sony MDR-MA900 and Sennheiser PX100, which also provided a baseline when I evaluated tonal balance of the headphones under comparison. I used a desktop headphone amp that has flat FR and reasonably low output impedance.I will give short, summarized impressions for each pair.Tascam TH-02 (no measurement data available)This is a really nice surprise. There is a little hump in the bass and midbass regions, and some wide, shallow dip in upper mids and lower treble (i.e., slightly polite presentation). Otherwise, these are relatively accurate headphones at a fraction ($30) of cost of headphones of comparable quality. Construction is good for the price. The pad size is between over-ear and on-ear, but comfortable enough.Panasonic RP-HTF600-S (semi-open headphones)Warm tone, deep bass. Treble is there, but upper mids and lower treble are lacking. Comfortable to wear. A good value, but not great for those looking for reasonably accurate sound.Brainwavz HM3 / Incipio F38 (no data available)Mid/upper bass ruins the sound which has otherwise good midrange-treble balance. Very uncomfortable to wear due to non-swivel cups.Tascam TH-2000 (no data available)Simply inferior to its younger brother TH02. Very dull and muddy presentation. The model uses the same ear cups as TH02 but contains different drive units. The driver may have better components but execution must be bad. Not worth the asking price.AKG K518LEYou need to remove the thick foam pad at the driver's front (easily removable) to have better bass-to-mids balance. Even the pad removed, the phones still have bass-oriented sound, but not bad. Mids to treble balance is good. Somewhat similar sound signature to Tascam TH-02's. But the TH-02 sounds a little more natural. The headband can be too small for some people. The clamping force is a bit above a comfortable level.Sennheiser HD 429Anothter pair of headphones with bass emphasis. Not overly bassy, though. But a bigger problem is treble, which is a little too polite to be neutral. I would not consider these headphones a good value.Creative Aurvana Live!Smooth and warm tone. Bass is somewhat loose at times. Treble has sparkles and at the same time sounds smooth. But relative to bass and treble, upper mids and lower treble are somewhat recessed, making the headphones' sound colored. Some people may feel them musical and full, but I prefer the Tascam TH02 at a lower price. The appearance is very good, though, with some feel of high quality. Very comfortable to wear with memory foam pads.KRK KNS 6400It has much more neutral sound than the headphones described above. Mid- and upper bass is somewhat lacking, and treble is a little overly presented. Good monitor-type sound. But there is one problem with these headphones. They are not very efficient, which means their usability is limited---you need a desktop headphone amp or a high-current capable portable amp to make them sound good. A little too bright treble is a weakness, too.Shure SRH440Without doubt, these are the best of the bunch. Perceived dynamic range is unbelievably wide. These are in a different league in terms of clarity as well---perhaps, the KNS 6400 is close but also with weaknesses (see above). Treble is sometimes a little on the bright side, but not as bright as the KNS6400's. Some people may find them bright with bright recordings, but the headphones should not be blamed for that. These produce very neutral and accurate sound. Bass is sufficient and often pleasantly strong in the mid- and upper bass regions, but deeper bass is not covered by these cans. Most music recordings do not contain this deep bass, anyway.I summarize my findings with the following top two picks:1. Shure SRH440: These are the headphones you can safely choose under $100 if what you are looking for is accurate, neutral sound.2. Tascam TH-02: This is a secret gem. At $30, you get really good closed cans. Its overall presentation is not as clear as the SRH440's, but with their price factored in, you cannot complain. They are definitely in the same league as the AKG K518LE (foam pads removed) and the Creative Aurvana Live. It may depend on personal preference, but among the three, my pick is the Tascam. The Creative has a better look and feel, but I'd choose the Tascam for its sound.Another headphone model I wanted to include in my search was the Sennheiser HD 280 Pro ($90-$100), but after I listened to the Shure SRH440, I decided not to. According to HeadRoom's measurements and many people's common impressions, the HD 280 Pro has a little subdued treble compared to the SRH440 which has great mids to treble balance when compared to my reference speakers. The Sennheiser covers the lowest octave much better than the Shure, but that is not my priority.I also considered the Koss ProDJ100 because of good reviews, but ruled them out because of their measurements. Their response might be flat in fundamental tones from most instruments but not with harmonics due to a large dip around 5-6kHz. Some people may think they sound good, but there is no way for them to sound accurate and natural by my standard.
September 10, 2013
Pros:* Excellent frequency balance. All bands from low to high are represented well and fairly, not overwhelmingly.* Very sensitive to quiet sounds, so high volume is almost never necessary, especially in a quiet room.* In Overwatch terms, around the time of release this meant that if you set the volume such that the loudest possible 2khz square wave no longer caused pain, you could then use the same volume setting and, while standing at the factory entrance in King's Row, still hear a reaper walking upstairs. In the far deck. In short, "rip headphone users" should make no sense to you as nothing can cause you pain and you can hear everything.* Isolation is good enough for moderate fan noise.Cons:* Headband lasts about 2 years tops for me as both pairs I've owned have broken at the thin sliding plastic joint* Headphones are so heavy that your neck muscles will probably need some training to get used to them.* Headphones are so heavy that the top of my head began to develop a bald spot from long term use. After switching to KRK studio headphones which are much lighter (but not as bright sounding as these), the bald spot grew back within a month.In short, know that you will have an interesting, yet inherently transient experience with these headphones. Don't expect to pass them to your grandchildren or anything.
December 26, 2017
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Sennheiser MKE 600 Short Shotgun Microphone w/Sennheiser MZH600 Windshield

The Sennheiser MKE 600 is a shotgun microphone designed for use with a camcorder or video DSLR. Building on the company's extensive expertise in designing shotgun microphones, it is able to take on ...

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I checked out several microphones for indoor voice interview recordings. I fond the MKE 600 was great. Not sure how much better the quality would be if I had a larger budget, but for the price, I think it is a good purchase.
November 18, 2017
Great mic!did a side by side comparison to the 416 and differences were there but not noticeable.Definitely a great value.I'll be getting a second.
March 31, 2017
Works just as advertised!
February 18, 2016
excellent microphone. I use it with my canon a35 and it is giving a very good result
June 29, 2017
Amazing audio, best shotgun mic in it's price range, better than Rode in my opinion.
December 20, 2017
The best microphone under $500 that I've ever used.Period.
March 22, 2017
Its a Sennheiser. Yeah, its amazing!
November 10, 2017
This is the best deal I could find for Sennheiser MKE 600.
November 4, 2016
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Sony MDR7506 Professional Large Diaphragm Headphone (International Model) No Warranty

Sony MDR7506 Professional Stereo Headphones are ideal for sound monitoring in recording studios, radio, film production, video, electronic news gathering - and virtually any application where high ...

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Very comfortable headphones. This is one of the better choices for a set in this price range.
October 5, 2017
I bought this sony headphones for my husband for professional work. He said that sound is great.
November 13, 2017
Great headphone. It comes very well wrapped, in a beautiful box. Very good for listening music and improving recordings.
October 23, 2017
Perfect condition!
October 6, 2016
These are probably the best sounding headphones you can buy for under $100. Plus, you become a part of the Sony Professional family, which gives you special help whenever you call Sony's technical support line.
October 9, 2017
Very nice.
August 26, 2016
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Countryman H6OW5TSL H6 Omnidirectional Wireless Headset Microphone for Shure/Carvin/JTS/Trantec Transmitters (Tan)

The Countryman H6 omnidirectional wireless headset microphone is perfect for houses of worship, theaters, broadcasters, and presenters. Combining the transparent sound quality and moisture-resistant ...

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I've tried multiple microphones that can clip on over the ear to save speakers in our organization from holding a microphone in their hands. This works seamlessly with our set up with very minimal interference and static. Sound quality is great. I also purchased an in-line amplifier thinking I may need it but it turns out I didn't need.
October 13, 2017
Works as stated.
April 20, 2017
Great Headset
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Pro JK MIC-J 044 Lavalier Lapel External Microphone Designed For ZOOM TASCAM...

Professional vocal pickup, pristine audio quality, omnidirectional condenser microphone; Standard Stereo 35mm external connector specifically designed for Zoom Tascam recording devices; External ...

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If you were to tell me this cheap no-brand lavalier would perform on par, or better than, lavalier's that cost 10x to 100x the cost - I wouldn't have believed you. But I'm hear to report, this lavalier sounds incredible.I read many reviews, and listened to many samples of reviews on YouTube, and always came back to this lapel mic. Right now I'm using it by plugging directly into a dSLR camera. I also use a 16' extension mic cord for longer reaches. Speaking of, make sure you use a microphone cable and not a headphone extension. The headphone extension does not have shielding for interference. The mic cable does. But you will have to pay more (actually, the mic cable cost me more than this lapel mic). :-)I got the stereo version (which simply splits the mono signal to both channels) so I didn't have to do that step in post-production.The pickup is strong with minimal background noise and cord handling noise. The quality of the audio is true and accurate for vocals, and makes for a fantastic interview mic.However, before purchasing, make sure you check which Pro JM lapel mic you are buying. There are many versions on Amazon, and the reason for this is the external plug. Each plug has a very specific purpose to fit a specific type of plug. Buy with the right connector and it works. But with the wrong connector and it won't work. Read first. Purchase responsibly.
July 18, 2017
This is the right mic for a Zoom H1. It provides both channels so you don't have to take care of that in post, and it sounds just as good as its mono versions. You don't give anything up and don't even have to adjust your normal input levels using this in place of the mono version. It's perfect.
June 16, 2016
I just got this puppy yesterday and I'm stoked because I've been racking my brain trying to figure out how to capture audio in a wedding when there is no soundboard or if I'm in the back of a room, far from a subject. I did some research and came across the Tascam DR-05 recorder TASCAM DR-05 Portable Digital Recorder (Version 2). I watched youtube video prodcut reviews to actually hear what the sound, sounded like and I was blown away. The price of this things was amazing as well, I couldn't pass on it. I got it yesterday and for someone who has never had a voice recorder before or a lapel mic, the controls were pretty intuitive. I did some sample recording and the sound was very crisp and clear. I have a wedding coming up in June and I can't wait to use this puppy.The build is lightweight and you can barely tell it's there. It came with 2 (two) windscreens which was nice. Only thing is I wish there was a carrying case for the mic. I don't want to damage it by stashing it in my camera bag, maybe I can just put it in it's original packaging. The cord is nice a long for any subject to have in there back pocket, side pocket, or coat pocket.Buy this thing today and you won't be disappointed.
May 9, 2017
This is the second time I have ordered this lav lapel mic, they work great!I would recommend investing in some windshield covers as the ones that come with this mic come off very easy... these are the ones i am currently using without issue: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B013P1HKN0/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
October 11, 2016
I used this in conjunction with my Audio Technica broadcast lapel mic (35 years in pro video). It has noticeably more noise, and is muffled in comparison. I was able to remove almost all the noise in Adobe Audition, and use the Channel EQ in Final Cut Pro X to make a very close comparison (when I clipped both mics on together and recorded the same source). Close enough that I don't fear using the mic for pro work now that I have a process to clean it up. It's a spare I keep in the bag in case something breaks.I bought the Rode XLR adapter for it. Not a tight fit, but I tape it in and it doesn't click or buzz. Likes 24v phantom, but goes silent with no phantom or 48v phantom.
November 3, 2017
This is a really good sounding lapel mic. Used to use countryman in my church, lost one, and trying this one to replace it, hoping the quality is acceptable. And I'm glad I bought it. Really good sound! I replaced the lost countryman with this Mic-J 044, nobody complain, and they are quite happy with the sound quality.
April 21, 2017
Purchase it and hoping to get better sound, but I really can't tell much from the OEM lavaliere mic that I got from a BOYA BY-WM6 wireless mic system. Tried on my Zoom H1 and the sound is very similar to any low end microphone.
May 12, 2017
I have been using another lav mic into my Tascam DR-05 digital recorder, but the connector broke and I found myself in need of a replacement. After doing some research I kept seeing this little mic recommended, so though I would give it a try.I am glad I did.The gain is very good, rejection is decent, and sound quality only needed a little adjustment in my DAW when recording in an untreated room. Nice little mic.
November 16, 2017
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Convoice Pro Mobile Stereo Lavalier Omnidirectional Microphone,3.5mm 3 Pin TRS Connector Condenser...

The Reasons why you are going to love and choose the Convoice voice upgrade lavalier lapel microphone: 1*Convoice lav mic is made of polished and protected corper,pure copper material,unit is ...

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If you were to tell me this cheap no-brand lavalier would perform on par, or better than, lavalier's that cost 10x to 100x the cost - I wouldn't have believed you. But I'm hear to report, this lavalier sounds incredible.I read many reviews, and listened to many samples of reviews on YouTube, and always came back to this lapel mic. Right now I'm using it by plugging directly into a dSLR camera. I also use a 16' extension mic cord for longer reaches. Speaking of, make sure you use a microphone cable and not a headphone extension. The headphone extension does not have shielding for interference. The mic cable does. But you will have to pay more (actually, the mic cable cost me more than this lapel mic). :-)I got the stereo version (which simply splits the mono signal to both channels) so I didn't have to do that step in post-production.The pickup is strong with minimal background noise and cord handling noise. The quality of the audio is true and accurate for vocals, and makes for a fantastic interview mic.However, before purchasing, make sure you check which Pro JM lapel mic you are buying. There are many versions on Amazon, and the reason for this is the external plug. Each plug has a very specific purpose to fit a specific type of plug. Buy with the right connector and it works. But with the wrong connector and it won't work. Read first. Purchase responsibly.
July 18, 2017
This is the right mic for a Zoom H1. It provides both channels so you don't have to take care of that in post, and it sounds just as good as its mono versions. You don't give anything up and don't even have to adjust your normal input levels using this in place of the mono version. It's perfect.
June 16, 2016
I just got this puppy yesterday and I'm stoked because I've been racking my brain trying to figure out how to capture audio in a wedding when there is no soundboard or if I'm in the back of a room, far from a subject. I did some research and came across the Tascam DR-05 recorder TASCAM DR-05 Portable Digital Recorder (Version 2). I watched youtube video prodcut reviews to actually hear what the sound, sounded like and I was blown away. The price of this things was amazing as well, I couldn't pass on it. I got it yesterday and for someone who has never had a voice recorder before or a lapel mic, the controls were pretty intuitive. I did some sample recording and the sound was very crisp and clear. I have a wedding coming up in June and I can't wait to use this puppy.The build is lightweight and you can barely tell it's there. It came with 2 (two) windscreens which was nice. Only thing is I wish there was a carrying case for the mic. I don't want to damage it by stashing it in my camera bag, maybe I can just put it in it's original packaging. The cord is nice a long for any subject to have in there back pocket, side pocket, or coat pocket.Buy this thing today and you won't be disappointed.
May 9, 2017
This is the second time I have ordered this lav lapel mic, they work great!I would recommend investing in some windshield covers as the ones that come with this mic come off very easy... these are the ones i am currently using without issue: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B013P1HKN0/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
October 11, 2016
I used this in conjunction with my Audio Technica broadcast lapel mic (35 years in pro video). It has noticeably more noise, and is muffled in comparison. I was able to remove almost all the noise in Adobe Audition, and use the Channel EQ in Final Cut Pro X to make a very close comparison (when I clipped both mics on together and recorded the same source). Close enough that I don't fear using the mic for pro work now that I have a process to clean it up. It's a spare I keep in the bag in case something breaks.I bought the Rode XLR adapter for it. Not a tight fit, but I tape it in and it doesn't click or buzz. Likes 24v phantom, but goes silent with no phantom or 48v phantom.
November 3, 2017
This is a really good sounding lapel mic. Used to use countryman in my church, lost one, and trying this one to replace it, hoping the quality is acceptable. And I'm glad I bought it. Really good sound! I replaced the lost countryman with this Mic-J 044, nobody complain, and they are quite happy with the sound quality.
April 21, 2017
Purchase it and hoping to get better sound, but I really can't tell much from the OEM lavaliere mic that I got from a BOYA BY-WM6 wireless mic system. Tried on my Zoom H1 and the sound is very similar to any low end microphone.
May 12, 2017
I have been using another lav mic into my Tascam DR-05 digital recorder, but the connector broke and I found myself in need of a replacement. After doing some research I kept seeing this little mic recommended, so though I would give it a try.I am glad I did.The gain is very good, rejection is decent, and sound quality only needed a little adjustment in my DAW when recording in an untreated room. Nice little mic.
November 16, 2017
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AVerMedia Live Gamer HD, Game Capture and Streaming in High Definition 1080p,...

PC Gamers, the days of lagging CPU performance while recording your epic gaming moments are over. We understand the importance of FPS, and if you are always missing those precious milliseconds to ...

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I've had this card for about 3 months, and it's been living happily with an Intel Core i5-3550 and Windows 8 since its arrival.One thing any prospective buyer should remember with regards to this card is that AVerMedia routinely updates its drivers and front-end capture/streaming suite, known as RECentral. Since the card's release, noisesome bugs and annoyances have been largely eradicated, features added, and with the release of the next model in the Live Gamer HD series, the aptly named LG Portable, recording bitrates have been tripled, now reaching 60Mbps at any resolution. Sadly, the LGHD does not yet support timeshifting as the Portable does.As a recording device, the LGHD can accept 1080p signals quite adequately, but can only record 1080p at up to 30 frames per second, which is suitable for YouTube, but the card absolutely shines when recording that 1080p signal at 720p60. Streaming is a breeze as well, given that RECentral will allow you to direct your capture as well as your microphone feed directly to Twitch or justin.tv. XSplit is also supported extensively, with AVerMedia and XSplit developers working closely to ensure smooth compatibility.Keep in mind that while framerate impacts while recording are minimized by having the card record with its own built-in encoder, which keeps framerates buttery smooth on a relatively recent PC. However, when using XSplit, the card cannot be both a camera input AND the transcoder responsible for your stream, it's one or the other. This doesn't mean anything to a console streamer, but people who want to stream from the PC they're playing on should be mindful of this limitation as their CPU cycles that could be going to their game aren't. The benefits of having the LGHD capturing the screen are still readily apparent.Speaking of consoles, this card is brilliant for recording from the XBox 360, but PS3 owners should also be aware they'll need to find a way around HDCP to make the purchase worthwhile.I love this product, down to the glowing evil (and damned useful) hockey puck, and I'd give it 5 stars, but at the moment, the same $180 buys a Live Gamer Portable, which is loaded with cool features and doesn't even require a computer to work, armed with an SD card slot and drawing power from sweet, ubiquitous USB. Get this if you specifically DON'T want an external solution, otherwise, snag an LG Portable and be a tiny bit happier.
April 22, 2013
i wanted to buy a video game capture device for my fiancé for christmas, he has always wanted to do a video game channel on youtube and finally i made his dream come true with this amazing device. We are a little disappointed that it would not at all work on his ps3…we read a lot about this online where some people had issues with it working because of certain versions of the system, so we are sure maybe it's just our system and not the product. Plus it works GREAT on xbox 360. We haven't tried it on pc yet, but i will be doing that soon as well, but I'm sure it will work just the same. This is a great gift for anyone into gaming and who has a sense of humor for commentary. Or even if you are just wanting to show off your bada** skills online with folks. Also, we haven't tried the memory card portion of the product, because we are only wanting to use it for commentary, so thats kind of a downer too, because you cannot record commentary while using an SD card. Sad, but true.I guess overall this is exactly what we needed. Just a few mishaps here and there, but nothing that is entirely their fault. Thanks so much for the amazing christmas gift!
January 24, 2014
I have both this and an ElGato game capture HD. On the bright side, this device can capture with bitrate which is twice as high as ElGato's max (60Mbps vs 30Mbps @ 1080p). However, if your final intention is uploading to youtube (which is my case), this won't make as much of a difference since youtube only needs 10Mbps bitrate and it will make no difference anything above.Secondly, the software has a very nice option, to allow to record live comm in a separate mp3 file instead of embedding it on the video. Elgato allows live comms but not in a separate file.However, avermedia's software has three disadvantages (or should i say, lack of features) that the elgato software doesn't have.-Can't use timeshift with live commentary-Doesn't given an option in-software to name files after finishing recording-Doesn't automatically switch to active input if you have two consoles connected to it ( I have PS3 and xbox 360). You have to go through the interface and select which input to activate. This is a pain, if you tend to switch consoles to play, but you're not interested in recording.Just those two have kept me using the elgato. It's really comfortable to have the software allow you to name files right when you capture them, and also, being able to use timeshift recording along with live commentary is really useful when you just want to select bits where awesome stuff happened (including the comm). El gato automatically switches to the active input if you have multiple consoles connected to it, no need to open the software.Overall, a good device, but just not everything I was hoping for.
December 25, 2013
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Clear-Com CC-26K-X4 Single Ear Lightweight Headset with XLR-4F Connector

The CC-26K is a single open ear, lightweight headset with an over-the-head design. The flexible neck boom and dynamic noise cancelling microphone help improve voice clarity. The CC-26K-X4 version has ...

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Good professional product
April 9, 2017
Perfect Compatibility!!!. Sound is very Clear!!
November 14, 2016
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Shure SRH240A Professional Quality Headphones (Black)

Reproducing full bass with detailed highs, the SRH240A is ideal for vivid listening on almost any device. The closed-back, circumaural design rests comfortably over the ears and reduces background ...

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If you are looking for a great phone and "cheap", that's your choice. He's big and very comfortable. Light, but not so much. I can't guarantee that remains comfortable to be used for hours, because I bought to give my brother-in-law. Unfortunately the model is not collapsible, not by this recommended for travel or to be transported. The sound quality surpasses any expectation and he can fend for himself without the need for an amplifier. I need to make a note on the connector. The way it was built slightly harms fits in cell phones that are using protective covers. It is very common that the plug does not reach the end and fit is not perfect. However, if you intend to use at home, on the computer or other device, you can buy without fear.
December 27, 2013
I can't say I'm an audiophile, I've been using these headphone mostly for listening to streaming audio, occasionally for vinyl or to watch movies late in the evening. But I wanted something with a better sound quality than the various earbuds I've bought over the years for the gym/work without breaking the bank. These do the trick, they obviously have superior sound to earbuds (my most recent ones were SOL Republic Relays) and they also have a much fuller and deeper sound than the Sony MDR-V300's I had previously. I've had them for several years and they've held up pretty well, although the plug gave out after about 2 years. I got a stereo plug from Radio Shack and soldered it to the headphone wires (google "how to repair a headphone jack" for a guide) and after a little trial and error got it to work again.
January 14, 2015
By far the best headphones on the market at this price point. Solidly constructed with a sturdy size adjustment mechanism, and a comfortable fit that does not cause head or ear ache over extended periods. The sound quality is fantastic and lives up to the Shure reputation for excellence. I would do recommend these headphones to friends and colleagues, and could not be happier with my purchase. If I ever decide to upgrade to higher-end listening experience, I will undoubtedly select a product from the Shure SRH line. You just can't beat these!
December 12, 2016
I bought this for my granddaughter who is at here laptop as soon as she gets home from school. Whether it is listening to music or doing her homework, it is ideal for her so she can concentrate on her projects for school and she can be in our company without us listening to her music or games.
February 17, 2015
Headphones provided great sound quality and have nice ear cushions. Overall the product is very good and serves its purpose up to my standards. The thing i wish Shure could of done differently was make the ear cushions over sized because long periods of use will result in sore ears. Although this problem may be due to the fact i wear glasses. I would recommend to a friend because of the great price to performance ratio 9/10.
January 7, 2015
I am a professional audio tech for a sound company. I bought these for my nephew for Christmas and gave them a test run first. They easily beat out some headphones I've heard off of the shelf from your more mainstream consumer brands. Are these headphones for you? It depends on what you're looking for. I would not mix audio with them, but I would listen to mp3s. I don't think they try to replicate the true range of sound, but to give you the range you typically end up turning up on your ipod anyway. Bass and treble! Still covers the mid-range decently though.
May 26, 2011
YOU CAN GET THE BEST SOUND OUT OF STUDIO MIXER WITH A PARAMETRIC EQ.PROBABLY ONE OF THE BEST HEADPHONES FOR THE MONEY.OUTSTANDING SOUND QUALITY.
May 19, 2017
Sound is very thin and just lacking especially the bass, theres little to NONE AT ALL!!! But when this price range is what you can afford you can't really complain, so hence the saying "if you buy cheap expect cheap and etc". Even if you try to tweek the eq it'll still be lacking in bass.
August 28, 2015
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Countryman H6OW6TSR H6 Omnidirectional Wireless Headset Microphone for Sennheiser Transmitters (Tan)

The Countryman H6 omnidirectional wireless headset microphone is perfect for houses of worship, theaters, broadcasters, and presenters. Combining the transparent sound quality and moisture-resistant ...

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We use these for live media and filming. The new interlocking design on the cable connection is really top notch compared to the E6 Unit.Pricey, but highly recommended.The pickup pattern is really perfect!
August 19, 2015
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Blackmagic Design ATEM Television Studio Pro HD

The Blackmagic Design ATEM Television Studio Pro HD is the first production switcher designed for both broadcasters and AV professionals with a fully featured hardware control panel built in. It ...

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I have the original ATEM TV studio but now have upgraded to this MONSTER and its beautiful! Worth every cent. I have hooked up 3 HD cams, 2 laptops and record on SD Cards with the BM Video Assist 4k while taking the HDMI out to my laptop for a LIVESTREAM using wirecast. I take an additional PRGM out with and BM SDI->HDMI and transmit wireless to a TV. It handles all this without a problem. For the audio, I hook up an 8 channel mixer with 4 wireless mics and go into the ATEM via XLR. I am pushing this machine hard to make sure it holds and so far....its SOLID. Im glad I made the investment.
January 3, 2018
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Countryman H6OW6LSL H6 Omnidirectional Wireless Headset Microphone for Shure/Carvin/JTS/Trantec Transmitters (Light Beige)

The Countryman H6 omnidirectional wireless headset microphone is perfect for houses of worship, theaters, broadcasters, and presenters. Combining the transparent sound quality and moisture-resistant ...

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Great headset, good sound and more comfortable than less expensive models of the Countryman.
March 2, 2017
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