MXL Intros USB Stereo Condenser Mic

Mar 3rd, 2007 | By | Category: Computer Hardware, Podcasting Hardware

MXL Stereo USB MicrophoneMXL Microphones has introduced the MXL USB.007 stereo mic for direct to computer stereo recording on a PC or Mac.

No special software or drivers are needed, just plug the mic into your portable or desktop computer, set your preferences and enjoy instant studio quality recordings.

The mic uses dual gold diaphragm capsules in a XY pattern together with low noise electronics and the latest in enhanced digital conversion techniques for pristine audio quality.

The new mic opens up new possibilities for direct stereo recording with a standard computer such as live performances in the professional, school and home environment. It should also offer a lot of possibilities for podcasts, multimedia, news and broadcast applications using portable computers for remote stereo recording of concerts, lectures, or even documenting outdoor sounds in stereo for film and TV backgrounds.

The MXL USB.007 ships with a carry bag, a desktop mic stand, mic stand adaptor, a 10-foot USB cable, wind screen, owners manual and an applications guide.

The MXL USB.007 carries an MSRP of $ 199.00.

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  1. I don’t get it – The mic looks like a side address type – yet says it is stereo? Where do you speak into the damn thing?

  2. Hopefully, one can use the Mic either straight-up, like it is pictured, or on a horizontal orientation. Considering the way the Mic is pictured, it seems to me that it could be used on either orientation, but, its description says the diaphram capsules in a XY pattern of pick-up, so can it really be used on either orientation? I think that is a pretty important question that needs to be answered before anyone purchases the Mic-especially when the Mic gives the appearance of an older type radio broadcasting Mic-hopefully we can all find out the specifics, because this Mic seems as if it might be a pretty decent Mic for the price…..We just need some more details to be definitive on that…

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