Recently, I decided to switch away from using my Yeti Nano microphone. While it worked well, I had to reduce the gain a lot and run it through Voicemeeter in order to get it to sound clean. But, being a condenser microphone, it was picking up a lot of background noises. So, my search for a dynamic microhome started.
While the Shure SM7b is the defacto standard, I didn’t want to invest that much in a microphone, as well as into XLR cables and an audio interface. That’s when I stumbled accross the new Beacn Mic, which is USB-C, and does all it’s processing onboard, not on my PC.
Check out my review below!