Tonor Professional Line-in Microphone Review

Tonor Professional Line-in Microphone Review

Buy it at Amazon: Tonor Professional Line-in Microphone [Affiliate Link]

Takeaway: Functions as a mic for video chat but doesn't sound amazing. Amazon Affiliate Product Link - Tonor Desktop Mic: http://geni.us/0kab Lavalier/Lapel Mic - http://geni.us/mHtWUUz

This microphone doesn't require external power and is plug-and-play using any standard Aux-in port. The body of the microphone is made of plastic with a black and chrome finish. The plastic is lightweight and inexpensive, like something from the Dollar General. While marketed to be a "professional" mic, its weight and feel is decidedly low-end, but you get what you pay for.

It sounds boxy/tinny and the ranges of high and low frequencies are clipped. While the microphone didn't perform well at a distance, it did okay picking up my voice when holding it right in front of my face. Surprisingly, it doesn't pick up a lot of background noise, but there's a noticeable humming/hissing of line noise (static from current), especially when the mic is recording dead air. The product functions as a simple microphone if your goal is to use it for video chat or personal recordings, but this microphone just doesn't fit the bill for professional applications.

Buy it at Amazon: Tonor Professional Line-in Microphone [Affiliate Link]

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