Genesis Radium 600 Studio Microphone Review

It’s a long lockdown and I spent a lot of it on voice calls, group game sessions, and streaming games to Twitch. Fortunately, I was fortunate enough to review the new mic. Book of Genesis, Radium 600.. It’s packed in a nice metal case with padding foam inside. It’s designed to be taken anywhere, but now another blockade hits my area and I’m not going to go to exactly many places.

Promoted as a complete streamer setup Radium 600 High quality Studio microphone This includes all audio recording and streaming fixes. All contents and specifications are as follows.

  • USB version 2.0
  • Sampling frequency 48Hz
  • Weight 408g
  • Color black
  • Illuminations Yes
  • Cable length 180 cm
  • Microphone type condenser
  • Microphone frequency response 30 – 18000 Hz
  • Microphone sensitivity-36dB
  • Connector USB Type-B, USB Type-A, Mini Jack
  • Direction cardioid
  • Wired communication
  • EAN 5901969412109
  • Catalog number NGM-1241
  • Full Guide-Click to download as needed.

There is currently no price listed, but sources and shops set it at around £ 80 for the entire content. The amazing case includes a microphone, a metal stand, a mount for the stand or other microphone arm, a sponge cover for the microphone, and a pop filter for attaching to the stand or microphone arm.

So, first of all, this is a USB microphone. This can keep some people away because USB microphones are generally less likable, but it can offset the usual USB problem. The low-end Hertz of the microphone makes the bass sound heavier and more audible than it sounds.

408 grams is slightly below average weight, but the weight is a bit heavier for me and often pulls the mic arm down at a certain angle. It only comes in black that fits my setup, but it can be a drawback for anyone who wants to match gear. It records the illumination, which is only detected when the mute button is on.

The cable length is good, but I personally liked the extra 20 cm for the hidden wire desk setup. As it is a condenser microphone, it is ideal for vocals and high frequency response, and is suitable for podcasts and games. The frequency response is very good, ranging from the actual low 30 Hz to up to 18 kHz. The mic is minus 36 and not overly sensitive, so I’d like to get a little closer to the mic. The direction of the input is cardioid, so you need to make sure that the input is pointing in the correct direction.

Well, all in all, it might feel a bit expensive at a price of about £ 80, but it’s definitely more expensive than before. Razer Seiren.. However, the Radium 600 is offered in a nice sturdy case and all fixtures, which could save you money elsewhere. This purchase includes most of what you need besides the mic arm, so you don’t have to set up a luxury shopping list or recording studio, so there’s actually an extra charge.

One of the weird design choices that some other mics make is to place the on-mic control away from the mic’s main input. Therefore, if you want to mute the microphone, you need to look around the microphone to see if it works. I think it would have been better to have the buttons on the front instead of the sides.

Another problem I found was adjusting the microphone stand and holder. The mic isn’t stable and you can’t tighten it in the right place for your arm unless you put it on a few times to find the perfect place. The lock mechanism is also a little weak at maximum rotation, and if you try to raise the microphone, the microphone will drop slightly.

Is there one that you are most likely to want to hear right now? Is that the way the microphone sounds right? What if Mike’s review wouldn’t be covered? So I removed it from the video I made for the microphone here. If you are interested, you can see it below.

Overall, Radium 600 microphone It may be a quick and easy setup for beginners in streaming and voice recording, but for intermediate users it may feel like it’s not too expensive. I already had a pop filter and a mic arm, so I don’t need a good deal of what’s in the case, the stand that comes with it also needs to sit between your hands There is, it does not enable a good streaming setup.

When it comes to quality, £ 80 may be a bit more expensive, but it’s still more bundled. If you need a high quality vocal mic with no extra fluff, it’s better to use a cheaper mic.

I give Genesis Radium 600 It’s close to 8/10 for beginners and 7/10 for experienced microphone and streaming setups.

If you’re interested in this studio-grade mic, you can buy it here, but the current price is overpriced for what it is.

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Genesis Radium 600 Studio Microphone Review

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