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iRig MIC Cast Review

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verybody knows that smart phones have replaced point and shoot cameras, and it’s no secret that the quality of the phone’s camera has improved from one model to the next. Not so mentioned is the quality of the phone’s microphone — the original purpose being for phone calls but also...

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LSTN Cherry Wood Troubadours Headphones Review

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here’s dozens of headphones on the market, with many of them relying on gimmicks ranging from celebrity endorsements to noise-cancellation tech to improve on the sound. The LSTN (pronounced “listen”) Cherry Wood Troubadours Headphones doesn’t rely on either; it’s sound comes from a lightweight, attractive and minimalistic over the ear...

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Mad Catz F.R.E.Q. 5 Pro Gaming Stereo Headset Review

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Last week we donned the aural ambrosia that is Mad Catz F.R.E.Q. 7 Dolby ProLogic xII gaming headset for PC and mobile devices. It uses Dolby technology to expands the already melodious capabilities of 5.1 channel audio to even more dizzying heights at 7.1 channel audio. What we have today...

Samson Meteor Mic

Samson Meteor Mic Review

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Whether you need a good microphone for podcasting or just to get the most out of your Skype calls, I don’t think you’ll find a better balance of sound quality, good looks, portability, and value than the Samson Meteor Mic. Modeled after the classic studio microphones of long ago, the...

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Zoom Q3HD Camcorder Review

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[rating: 3.5/5] Pros: Amazing audio quality for a camcorder Lightweight Easy to use and records full HD video Cons: Build feels a bit cheap Doesn’t include rechargeable batteries Screen is unremarkable With the proliferation of smartphone video cameras, most now reaching 720p HD quality, it’s anyone’s guess why one would invest...

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Samson’s Mighty Aluminum ‘Meteor Mic’

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For a microphone that’s called the Meteor Mic, Samson’s shiny new aluminum device isn’t nearly big enough. Though I suppose once they enter the Earth’s atmosphere, meteors lose size real fast. Then there’s the question of the Meteor Mic looking more like a Lunar Lander than a piece of rock....