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FIFINE AM8 DYNAMIC MICROPHONE REVIEW - HOW DOES IT STACK UP FOR GAMING, STREAMING, CONTENT CREATION

Apr 18, 2024
this is the am8 thin, it's a 50

microphone

that has a lot of features at that price, it also has great flexibility because it can be used via usb to your phone, usb to your computer and xlr2 which is crazy, very good . It's pronounced well, well, by the way, they didn't send me this for free, however, I have complete freedom to say whatever I want in this

review

. If you're watching this, you might be new to

content

creation

or

streaming

, or you just want this to play and hang out with the kids, but you're not an audio expert and you might not want to spend more than $600 on an XLR mic setup, so I'll be brief and give you the information you want in my journal.
fifine am8 dynamic microphone review   how does it stack up for gaming streaming content creation
The controller is an Asure SM7B with a mini XLR, so we're going to compare a very expensive

microphone

setup to an entry level one. Keep this in mind. Let's get to it. Let's talk about the features we get for fifty dollars. This is a

dynamic

microphone. Dynamic microphones are usually my recommendation for

gaming

and

streaming

versus condenser microphones. A great example of a popular condenser microphone is the Blue Yeti. By the way, the reason I would generally recommend a

dynamic

microphone is because of the background noise. Condenser microphones are notoriously sensitive to background sounds such as.
fifine am8 dynamic microphone review   how does it stack up for gaming streaming content creation

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For example, a keyboard, mouse or controller that might be using condenser microphones may sound wonderful, but you need to have the right environment and knowledge to avoid unwanted noises that may deter some people. This microphone has connections for USB, specifically USBC, which is good for you for that. one for good and one XLR connection, if you want something fancier you can use the microphone with your phone or computer via USB. I think it's super flexible and amazing. It's nice to see an item that can do so many jobs depending on your niche. It features a 3.5 millimeter headphone jack if you want to monitor your voice in real time, it has a capacitive button to mute, a capacitive button to change the color mode and two knobs, one knob is for gain control and the other is for your headphone volume if you're using the built-in monitoring, just a warning, the lights and tap to mute don't work if you're not using this mic via USB, however with an XLR connection you'll control things with your mixer anyway, oh yeah. and it comes with a stand, by the way, but how

does

it sound good?
fifine am8 dynamic microphone review   how does it stack up for gaming streaming content creation
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fifine am8 dynamic microphone review   how does it stack up for gaming streaming content creation
I actually thought it sounded pretty cool, especially on USB. It actually didn't sound that good on XLR, but that's because I didn't change any of my XLR settings. It was more of an airy echo vibe when on I feel. that when I was making those recordings I was talking about six inches away from the microphone, I was talking quite quietly, not as enthusiastic as I am now, so I've always had a much more natural bass during those recordings, but the USB version of the AMA really didn't it caught that without filters, while the Shure sm7b sounds more or less like my real voice, especially there, you can hear the bass and nasal in my voice, how is it with the noise rejection?
However, compared to my sm7b for sure. How will I do when I play video games? I play my mechanical keyboard and click my mouse. Well, let's compare here. Yes, fine noise rejection was good. By the way, I'm obviously not comparing it to a condenser microphone where you could hear everything, however it wasn't as good as my pure sm7b. I will point out though that my sm7b sure is mounted on an arm and I didn't mount the favine on an arm, however I don't think I did. It would make a big difference. I would try to keep everything evenly spaced between the two facing each other.
I'm sure all you can hear is me banging on my space box. My space bar is a little noisy. Build Quality on Aesthetics Personally, I think this microphone looks decent even though I'm not a fan of the rounded square aesthetic. I would have preferred a more round capsule shape, but I'm just being picky. I'm also not a fan of putting lights on every device but they are here if you want them, the body feels a little cheap since it's plastic but the matte black finish is very well made, the knobs for gain and headphone control are wobblier than your grandmother's, but I hope you don't adjust them as often.
The stand that comes with the mic is sturdy and nice, but the knobs that keep the mic level basically do nothing, even when fully tightened, this would definitely be a pain if you move the mic around a lot or especially if you have a heavy XLR. cable plugged in because it's going to lower the microphone, so what's my verdict? The microphone sounds pretty good, looks pretty good and has a lot of flexibility and it's all in a pack of 50. I have a few complaints mainly about the look and build quality. but those are complaints, all for the price of 50.
Overall, this is a great microphone for beginners while you figure out what you like and don't like. I think it's perfect for progressing your audio setup. If you buy it, you can use it via USB. You can buy a mixer and continue using this mic on XLR until you can afford a more expensive mic which you may want or you may never upgrade, so this mic is approved by Cora, my cat.

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