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Computer USB Headsets are generally the easiest way to get good quality audio into your computer.

Computer USB Headsets come with their own Soundcard inside of the USB electronics. This usually ensures a good solid low noise connection from your microphone to your computer.

USB Headsets tend to have a hotter/stronger/amplified sound to your computer. For Speech applications including voice recognition, Skype, Internet Chat and Gaming it's usually a safe bet. If you have a high-end sound card, then the soundcard, then you don't need USB.




Audix USB12-Series-AUD

Audix Desktop USB Microphones

Buddy Gooseneck Microphones

Gooseneck microphones available with or without USB interface. Sensitive microphone can be used from 1' to 6' away from the microphone end.

Shure MX-412-418-Series

MicroFlex Professional microphones. MX412 & MX418 gooseneck condenser microphones offer wide frequency response and accurate sound reproduction.

SpeechWare TableMike-Series

Tablemike Series Microphones

Blue Snowflake USB

Say hello to the Snowflake, the first professional portable USB mic.

Andrea Electronics SG-100

Unidirectional Shotgun Mic. Enhanced far field sound reception highly directional polar response 40' shielded cable 3.5mm plug.

Blue Snowball USB

World's First Plug-n-Play USB mic. Dual capsule design, Professional studio quality performance- record both vocals and instruments. Cardioid and Omni-directional polar patterns.

MicLabs Super-G

MicLabs Super-Gooseneck USB Professional Desktop Microphone.