Audio-Technica AT2020 USB +
USB condenser microphone-At2020 usb vs Xlr

The AT2020 from Audio-Technica is often recommended as a reasonably priced microphone that delivers much better results than expected. The USB version had to be impossible for Audio-Technica and the AT2020 USB was launched a few years ago. As with many of the previous USB microphones, but for some applications functions such as headphones are missing. The latest version, the AT2020 USB +, steered the ball, and the included accessories include a conventional swiveling reinforcement stand, a small tripod and a 10-foot USB cable.At2020 usb vs Xlr

AT2020 diaphragm -At2020 usb vs Xlr

As with the other AT2020 designs, there is a pre-sensitive, medium diaphragm (16 mm in diameter) cardioid microphone and the rear electret capsule has a low-frequency diaphragm with frequency response from 20 Hz to 16 kHz and maximum SPL treatment. 144dB (1 kHz to 1% THD). The standard USB port The USB plug is in place of the usual XLR connector. A blue LED in the curve confirms that the microphone is switched on. The signal / noise is indicated as 74dB (1 kHz at 1Pa), which corresponds to the own noise or the EIN number of 20 dB. This is no exception, but it is sufficient for typical low studio applications near moments, and that is exactly what this is the microphone. No pads or filters so that every low EQ section is used after recording. However, the electrodes should not be necessary, since the microphone can handle very high SPL.At2020 usb vs Xlr

The USB part of things that ensures a 16-bit A-D conversion (with a dynamic range of more than 90 dB) and a sampling frequency of 44.1 kHz. In addition to sending the microphone signal, the USB connection returns stereo sound from the computer. The headphones are connected to a mini connector on the side of the microphone and the thumb of the potentiometer switch controls the headphone level, while the other controls the balance between the direct signal from the microphone (relatively no time) and stereo signals on the computer. As a class-compatible device, the AT2020 USB + requires no additional drivers for use with Apple’s operating systems (OS X, iOS) and a suitable driver must be automatically downloaded for Windows, if it is not already installed.At2020 usb vs Xlr

AT2020 speech recording-At2020 usb vs Xlr

Voice recording confirms that this microphone has the same sound character as its wired counterpart: instead, it sounds completely neutral, adds a touch of warmth to the lower average in the voice and offers a very mild compression quality, reminiscent of some valve microphones. In other words, it has a small tone. In previous tests we have discovered that the AT2020 is a type of female vocals than many budget microphones, and there is nothing to indicate that this version will be different this way. The AT2020 USB + is suitable for a wide range of vocal styles, but can be doubled, and a very powerful sound microphone.At2020 usb vs Xlr

I do not perceive any sound problems and should not be exposed to the 16 kHz peak of the frequency response or 16-bit conversion because none of them has a detrimental effect on sound quality with normal use. However, this microphone can select the adapter while remaining warm and flexible, with minimal distortion or unnecessary noise. Headphones are very clear and strong, and the ability to balance the signals to send the microphone and computer back is ideal as latency is usually a problem on your system.At2020 usb vs Xlr

I was always surprised at how well the AT2020 works, regardless of who or what you place in front of it, so this updated USB version is welcome.At2020 usb vs Xlr

AT2020 USB + £ 169; AT2020 USB £ 149; AT2020 £ 99. Prices include VAT.At2020 usb vs Xlr

Audio-Technica AT2020 USB +
USB condenser microphone-At2020 usb vs Xlr

AT2020 diaphragm -At2020 usb vs Xlr
AT2020 speech recording-At2020 usb vs Xlr

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