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Samson METEORITE USB MIC

Samson METEORITE USB STUDIO MICROPHONE 16-bit, 44.1/48kHz resolution 20Hz–20kHz

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Scan code: LN57756 Manufacturer code: SAMETEORITE Request call
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Product Overview The Samson Meteorite is the universal solution for capturing high quality vocals on your computer. Perfect for Skype, FaceTime and voice recognition software, Meteorite is also ideal for podcasting, creating YouTube videos and recording music. With Meteorite, you can make incredible recordings that are out of this world.

The Meteorite is a USB condenser microphone that produces rich audio recordings for any application. Featuring a 14mm diaphragm, the Meteorite's smooth, flat frequency response and CD quality 16-bit, 44.1/48kHz resolution give you professional sound reproduction features in an ultra-portable design. The Meteorite mounts to a removable magnetic base that gives the mic a full range of motion and optimal positioning for any recording application. In addition, its stylish chrome-plated body and modest size make it the perfect mic accessory for any desktop.

Start recording with the Meteorite right out of the box. There is no need for drivers, as the mic can be directly connected to any computer via its integrated USB cable and is compatible with most computer-based digital audio software. Also, when combined with the iPad using Apple's Lightning USB Camera Adapter or Camera Connection Kit (30-pin), the Meteorite is a great tool for making music on the go. Samson's Meteorite is a unique, all-in-one solution for desktops, laptops and tablets allowing anyone to capture great recordings. Features
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Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
12 months
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