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Sound Tech CM-1000USB Table Top Conference Meeting Microphone with Omni-Directional Stereo USB

4.4
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  • Features a High-Gain Electret condenser element with higher output level to

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Customer Reviews

Fantastic Product Purchased this, along with two of the analog plug ones, to create a daisy chained conference mic setup on our very large conference table (seats almost 30). These worked fantastic and we've had a lot of compliments on the sound quality; in testing, those on the other end of the Skype call have said it's a night and day difference in quality, vs using the webcam's built-in mic. If you're thinking about getting these, just do it. Buy one of these USB versions to go into the computer, then buy their stereo/analog counterparts for all the additional ones. These also came with their own, nice little zippered cloth storage bags. Fantastic product. 5The mic itself seems to be good. The CM-1000 mics also work nicely on their ... This is a mixed review actually. The mic itself seems to be good. The CM-1000 mics also work nicely on their own.However, I bought this for the ability to add mics and get two-track recordings.I bought the CM-1000 mics to daisy chain with the USB mic. The USB mic has two ports to create a two-track stereo recording.I have a dead port on the USB unit. Again, all the mics work fine on their own. I just have a problem with a dead port on the rear of the USB unit. I thought I had a bad unit so I bought a second USB mic and it has the exact same problem. Thought it might be a Windows 10 problem but I still have the dead port on my Windows 7 machine. I have e-mailed the company and left feedback. Hopefully, they have an answer or a unit that has both ports working.Updated! Support is great. Called me within minutes of my post and fixed my issue. A setting change was all I needed.Love this setup! 5Vastly Improved Audio In Conference Room We use this microphone together with 2 Sound Tech CM-1000s. Our conference room is about 8 feet wide by 16 feet long. Before this microphone system, we had a webcam with integrated microphone at one end of the table and people in online meetings with us complained constantly about our poor audio quality. We looked at a number of expensive solutions then decided to give this system a try. I am glad that we did. With our 3 microphone combination (1 in the middle of the table and 1 on each end), everyone can be heard easily.On a side note, audio quality of the webcam was great when it was used people's desks when sitting on top of their monitors. It did well within a limited range (say, 1 to 5 feet) but the conference room was outside the range that the webcam could handle.On another note, this microphone connects to our conference room PC via USB. The Sound Tech CM-1000 microphones daisy chain into each other and into this microphone. 5Great microphone for conference room recording Great microphone for conference room recording. I also attached the non-USB version to this one creating a stereo (two-track) daisy chain. As the recording is transcribed, I can switch between tracks so I can hear the person/team nearest each individual microphone. 5Okay, but there are much better options I bought several conference room mics and compared them, and I wasn't impressed with this one. The audio is pretty noisy compared to the MXL.Here's how various conference room mics stack up in my book:- Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920, 1 star. Decent video but the microphone is terrible. Wouldn't recommend it to anyone!- Acoustic Magic Voice Tracker II, 2 stars. Great noise cancelling, but the audio is muffled and only good for 2-3 people in a room.- Phoenix Condor Beamforming Array Microphone, 2 stars. Audio is weak, tinny, and sounds like you're talking to someone on an old cell phone. Pretty lame for a $1000+ microphone.- Sound Tech CM-1000USB, 2 stars. Pretty crappy audio, wish I would have kept the box so I could return it. Lots of ambient noise pick up compared to the MXL.- Jabra SPEAK 510, 2.5 stars. At just $100, this has better audio quality than the $1100 Phoenix Condor. The problem is that it only has one microphone, so compared to the MXL it sounds quiet, muffled and generally pretty bad. Still better than a few of the others listed here.- Blue Microphones Snowball, 2.5 stars. I'm not sure what all the hype is about. The MacBook Air's microphone was far better than the audio from this thing. Returned it.- ClearOne Chat 170, 4 stars. This has pretty decent audio but compared to the MXL it sounds muffled and it chops in and out. The advantage is that since it's also the speaker it has perfect feedback prevention, meaning the person speaking through the ClearOne doesn't hear their own voice feeding back to them at all. I'd recommend this for 4-5 people in a conference room.- Blue Microphones Yeti USB, 4 stars. This is my second favorite compared to the MXL. Audio is pretty clear and it has decent range. The MXL still sounds better and has better full-room pick up though.- MXL AC-404, 5 stars. The clarity sensitivity of this microphone is far better than most, and the best micrpohone I've tried so far. This is, so far, the winner for our company conference rooms that hold 8-10 people.- MXL AC-360-Z, 5 stars. This is basically four AC-404's put together into a single nice looking package optimized for Zoom Rooms. If you're using Zoom Rooms and have a room where you need to pick up speakers from any direction this is a great microphone package!Let me know what you think. These were all compared by myself during company meetings. At each meeting I'd have someone at the office connect 2-3 microphones to our conference room PC and then switch between them during the meetings. 2The MXL AC404 was much better. This one has more noise I bought this along with a MXL AC404. The MXL AC404 was much better. This one has more noise, it's very small and does seem to be more directional than omnidirectional. Pointing it sideways facing a target has lower amplitude on the audio than if it faces forward. Not all that much better compared to a cheap headset mic turned up to max recording volume. 3A good omni boundary mic for the price Overall this is a good quality mic for the price. I compared it to the similar MXL AC-404 USB, 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, very flexible, and less expensive.The MXL isn't really omnidirectional; mine acts as a cardioid pattern mic, 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. In contrast, the CM-1000 is omni, and though it had a few dB more noise and didn't sound as good as the MXL on axis, it was better off axis. Thus, in a room with only a couple of people or for more distant pickup the MXL 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 MXL does not. However, adding a second mic increased room noise by 6dB. Though it definitely gave more uniform pickup, in my room (which is noisy due to old A/C system) the background noise made this setup unusable. In quieter rooms the multiple mics might be a good solution (others have said as much; check out their reviews), but I'd verify that it works in your space. 4Good clear quality in conference room and minimal background noise. Purchased this for a meeting where we have several people in a conference room and 1 person remotely join. We've tried a number of different solutions but our remote participant always struggled to hear, especially when conversations were occuring that had people talking over other people. Our meeting yesterday was completely different thanks to this mic, and our remote participant was able to hear everything. We had no echo, interference, or feedback problems, the sound was clear for him from everyone in the room, and it worked instantly with no problems setting it up. Highly recommend. 5Great for D&D sessions After getting and returning the CM-1000, as it didn't work with my iDevices or Mac Air, I bought this one (basically the same thing but with a USB connector instead of 3.5mm) for use with my Air, to record a D&D session. The microphone picked up every detail of the session, and worked flawlessly. Everything records center channel, so there's no positional audio, but that's alright because it still picked everything up crystal clear. 5Great USB microphone! I am very impressed with this microphone. It's not too big (maybe the size of a flat baseball). I like the round/curvy design. I use it with a USB 3.0 hub (I have a Surface Pro 4, so I have to use a hub in order to use multiple USB devices), and it worked great. I am not happy that the Surface doesn't have a microphone jack, but after reading lots of reviews for USB microphones, I'm glad that I found a good USB microphone. The quality is fantastic. Very clear/crisp. And I think it was reasonably priced. (I was using a $250 3.5 stereo microphone that ran on a button battery with my previous computer, which was smaller/lighter, but I actually prefer this microphone!) Hopefully it will be just as awesome for years to come! 5
Sound Tech CM-1000USB Table Top Conference Meeting Microphone with Omni-Directional Stereo USB

Sound Tech CM-1000USB Table Top Conference Meeting Microphone with Omni-Directional Stereo USB

4.4
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€120,00
Sale price
€120,00
Regular price
€198,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€78,00)