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Neewer NW-700 Condenser Microphone Kit - Including Condenser Mic / 48V Phantom Power Supply & More £18.89 Sold by Nashes Camspace & FBA
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Neewer NW-700 Condenser Microphone Kit - Including Condenser Mic / 48V Phantom Power Supply & More £18.89 Sold by Nashes Camspace & FBA

£18.89£26.9930%Amazon Deals
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Posted 14th Jan

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Great discount on this kit when you use the voucher code UKCMIC120 at the checkout.
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This item comes with a UK mains adapter permanently fixed to the power cord. The mains adapter is fused and complies with BS 1363 regulations.

1. The mic stand (Max load: Approx 53oz/1.5KG); NOT suitable for Blue Yeti USB Microphone;
2. Please verify the size of your microphone and the thickness of table before ordering (Shock Mount Diameter: 1.6"-1.8"/43mm-46mm; Table Mounting Clamp Maximum Opening: 1.7""/4.5cm)
3. The microphone cannot be used with mobile phone and tablet computer, such as Mac.
4. If you want better sound effect, a sound card should be used.
5. When recording, please put the microphone away from the amplifier to prevent recording noise due to amplifier.

(1)NW-700 Condenser Microphone(Black)
Silver-sputtered diaphragm for accurate sound reproduction.
Low noise, wide dynamic range and high sensitivity output.
Fashionable design. Noble and elegant appearance. Sturdy and durable.
(1)NW-35 Suspension Boom Scissor Arm Stand with XLR Cable
(1)48V Phantom Power Supply with (1)Adapter
Delivers reliable 48V phantom power for condenser microphones and transfer sound signal to sound card.
On/off power switch and LED indicator for ease of operation. Universal XLR input and output.
Input Voltage:220-240V
NW-3 Pop Filter:
Wire mesh and foam interior gives excellent distortion-free recording without degrading the quality of your voice.
Diameter:5.9 inches/15centimeters

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1x NW-800 Condenser Microphone (Black)
1x NW-35 Black Boom Scissor Arm Stand (Black)
1x Metal Shock Mount (Black)
1x NW-3 Pop Filter
1x 48V Phantom Power Supply (Black)
1x 3.5MM to XLR Audio Cable
1x Ball-type Foam Cap
1x XLR Male to Female XLR Cable
1x Table Mount Clamp
1x Adapter
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Pull that up for me Jamie
I have this microphone and it sounds great. But it will sound garbage set up like this.

My advice is to lose the power supply and that awful XLR to 3.5mm cable, maybe you can buy the microphone without these items for cheaper?
Buy a real audio interface that has phantom power such as the cheap Behringer UMC2. Now you have a modular set up, you can upgrade the microphone and/or audio interface when you outgrow the set up.
Settee14/01/2020 12:56

I have this microphone and it sounds great. But it will sound garbage set …I have this microphone and it sounds great. But it will sound garbage set up like this.My advice is to lose the power supply and that awful XLR to 3.5mm cable, maybe you can buy the microphone without these items for cheaper?Buy a real audio interface that has phantom power such as the cheap Behringer UMC2. Now you have a modular set up, you can upgrade the microphone and/or audio interface when you outgrow the set up.


Great advice. I'd go one step further and suggest that you take some steps to improve both the noise isolation of your recording area, as well as looking at treating the acoustics of the room (which isn't just about buying some acoustic foam and sticking it up around the place).

The following video is well worth a watch. Both of these aspects are covered in the following video (along with cheap and cheerful solutions):

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Pull that up for me Jamie
Thanks, seem like a good price, with power supply included
I'm sure the mic (at this price) is going to be worse than your phone's mic
Good reviews, looks a great deal. Not sure why it would be worse than my phone's microphone?
I have this microphone and it sounds great. But it will sound garbage set up like this.

My advice is to lose the power supply and that awful XLR to 3.5mm cable, maybe you can buy the microphone without these items for cheaper?
Buy a real audio interface that has phantom power such as the cheap Behringer UMC2. Now you have a modular set up, you can upgrade the microphone and/or audio interface when you outgrow the set up.
Neewer are a decent Chinese company, they don't make their own products but re-brand others instead. I've used a few of their rebranded-Godox flash units for my cameras which have been ace so far.

Great price this, heated.
Settee14/01/2020 12:56

I have this microphone and it sounds great. But it will sound garbage set …I have this microphone and it sounds great. But it will sound garbage set up like this.My advice is to lose the power supply and that awful XLR to 3.5mm cable, maybe you can buy the microphone without these items for cheaper?Buy a real audio interface that has phantom power such as the cheap Behringer UMC2. Now you have a modular set up, you can upgrade the microphone and/or audio interface when you outgrow the set up.


Great advice. I'd go one step further and suggest that you take some steps to improve both the noise isolation of your recording area, as well as looking at treating the acoustics of the room (which isn't just about buying some acoustic foam and sticking it up around the place).

The following video is well worth a watch. Both of these aspects are covered in the following video (along with cheap and cheerful solutions):

h4music14/01/2020 11:41

I'm sure the mic (at this price) is going to be worse than your phone's mic



According to many reviews on YouTube.. you'd be hard pressed to tell the difference between it and mics costing many times the price. By all acounts Neewer have a good reputaion for budget mics and other related kit e.g. lighting.
Edited by: "Monzer" 14th Jan
jay1514/01/2020 12:44

Good reviews, looks a great deal. Not sure why it would be worse than my …Good reviews, looks a great deal. Not sure why it would be worse than my phone's microphone?



It won't be. In fact you'd be hard pressed to notice the difference between a £50 lapel mic and a £4 Neewer lapel mic. Maybe the £50 will last longer... other than that.. no real difference.
My mate has this mic, even when using the xlr to 3.5mm cable and just plugging staight into his front port on his PC, it was pretty good quality. It certainly beat out the headset mic he replaced.

Seems to be better quality since he got a Behringer UMC22. I can't tell the difference between his mic and my Rode NT1A which is a lot more expensive.
now £26.99

oops, forgot code, it's £18.89 with UKCMIC120
Edited by: "horsey" 14th Jan
FWIW, I have this mic (as a back up), and I found that the included boom stand couldn't even hold the mic up in place. So bear this in mind. It may have been a faulty one that I got.
Great deal for what it is.
Can't argue with that price. I've recently paid about 4 times that just for a boom arm.

As already mentioned, best results will come from ditching the amp and cable and just using phantom power and xlr from a standard interface. However, this is all about the price and this kit will get you up and running for virtually nothing.

Would be interested to see how long they last and what the build quality is like because for that money, they must be literally thrown together!
ideal for basic vocal recordings. for anyone considering using this setup for recording musical vocals; please don't. especially if you plan on being taken seriously... save your bucks and invest in a better set up.
Wouldn't buy this, would invest in the mic and save your money so you can get something like a U-Phoria UM2 on the budget. This will work but you won't get any good quality from it.
Good price for this so heat, but just saying I wouldn't personally recommend.
Edited by: "Covenstr" 14th Jan
computerguysion14/01/2020 16:38

ideal for basic vocal recordings. for anyone considering using this setup …ideal for basic vocal recordings. for anyone considering using this setup for recording musical vocals; please don't. especially if you plan on being taken seriously... save your bucks and invest in a better set up.


No reason why you couldn't. Much more important to have a good singer, good room and good mic positioning/technique than the choice of mic. Big records have been made using cheapo mics don't get suckered in to the manufacturers hype.
what about 800 with this code?
aliensbrains14/01/2020 16:42

No reason why you couldn't. Much more important to have a good singer, …No reason why you couldn't. Much more important to have a good singer, good room and good mic positioning/technique than the choice of mic. Big records have been made using cheapo mics don't get suckered in to the manufacturers hype.


i completely agree. if you're not a good vocalist; not even the worlds 'best' mic will save you. also, with recording vocals for music, the mixing and mastering is probably as important as the choice of mic. was just making my comment for people with next-to-no knowledge on recording vocals.
I agree about ditching the phantom power. I have run this through a Behringer XENYX USB with great results. I have also used with M-Audio and really can't complain about the results. Set up properly with careful consideration for positioning and acoustics and you would be hard pressed to find something better at this price, used with the right studio equipment.
Heat.
TheTechAuthor14/01/2020 15:11

FWIW, I have this mic (as a back up), and I found that the included boom …FWIW, I have this mic (as a back up), and I found that the included boom stand couldn't even hold the mic up in place. So bear this in mind. It may have been a faulty one that I got.



Have you tried tightening the bolts, I imagine the springs are more to aid adjusting than to hold it in place, maybe it just needs more friction
Fjurg-Van-Der-Ploeg14/01/2020 19:16

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I'm not worried about it tbh, as I bought a Neweer NW-105 desk stand instead and that's held every condenser mic fine so far. It was just something I noticed when I received this particular back-up mic.
that is a massivly overly complicated set up, ive been podding since 2012 and you can get a brilliant usb powered mic for £30 that works perfectly, this is a mess of wires, plugs and leads
You'll wonder how you ever managed without it!
TheTechAuthor14/01/2020 13:14

Great advice. I'd go one step further and suggest that you take some steps …Great advice. I'd go one step further and suggest that you take some steps to improve both the noise isolation of your recording area, as well as looking at treating the acoustics of the room (which isn't just about buying some acoustic foam and sticking it up around the place).The following video is well worth a watch. Both of these aspects are covered in the following video (along with cheap and cheerful solutions):[Video]



I got bored after the first 20 mins which was at least 4 times longer than what was actually required to impart that much information.
Can't be any worse than a blue yeti mic
Go for a Samson Q2U around £60 but up there with the best mics on the market (even some that cost £500).

Audio is one of, if not, the most important factor to becoming a successful content creator.
omgpleasespamme14/01/2020 20:52

I got bored after the first 20 mins which was at least 4 times longer than …I got bored after the first 20 mins which was at least 4 times longer than what was actually required to impart that much information.


I agree with some of that. But at least the nuggets that he does impart are extremely useful. Each to their own, but as someone who's recording audiobooks and video voice-overs, I found it was time well spent.
Great price. But be warned all. Click on the amazon reviews and check some of the lower stars. I’ve got one with a behringer um2. The sound quality is shocking. To be fair you could buy the kit and ditch the mic. I’ve literally just ordered a marantz. If I connect that and all is well it’ll prove the sound issue is the mic and I’ll send it back. Might be able to update you all tomorrow...
It's says that this mic can be used without phantom power. How is that possible?
Behringer c1 usb would do the trick for most people and a arm on ebay would be around 30 tops
is it any good for Skype calls?
SpoonyPizzas14/01/2020 22:13

Go for a Samson Q2U around £60 but up there with the best mics on the …Go for a Samson Q2U around £60 but up there with the best mics on the market (even some that cost £500). Audio is one of, if not, the most important factor to becoming a successful content creator.


You're wrong there. Content is the most important factor in becoming a content creator, and if this set gets you up and running (and learning) when otherwise you wouldn't, then it's a bargain.

As I've already said, I'd be concerned about the build quality, but in terms of sound quality, you wont hear much difference between this and the other budget mics mentioned in the thread (like the Samson, which incidentally is definitely not one of the best mics on the market ).
brilliant price
aliensbrains15/01/2020 09:45

You're wrong there. Content is the most important factor in becoming a …You're wrong there. Content is the most important factor in becoming a content creator, and if this set gets you up and running (and learning) when otherwise you wouldn't, then it's a bargain.As I've already said, I'd be concerned about the build quality, but in terms of sound quality, you wont hear much difference between this and the other budget mics mentioned in the thread (like the Samson, which incidentally is definitely not one of the best mics on the market ).


It's important to note too that as you go up the price/quality scale for condenser mics, then the mic's sensitivity to a room's ambient noise will increase. Which means that it's essential to isolate noises and treat the room correctly (unless it's for more basic uses such as Skype calls, which a condenser mic seems overkill for). Otherwise, if you're doing anything half-decent then you'll need to spend more time in post-production to get rid of the background noises.

If treating the room isn't feasible, then it's worth looking into a dynamic mic that's less sensitive to external noises.
aliensbrains15/01/2020 09:45

You're wrong there. Content is the most important factor in becoming a …You're wrong there. Content is the most important factor in becoming a content creator, and if this set gets you up and running (and learning) when otherwise you wouldn't, then it's a bargain.As I've already said, I'd be concerned about the build quality, but in terms of sound quality, you wont hear much difference between this and the other budget mics mentioned in the thread (like the Samson, which incidentally is definitely not one of the best mics on the market ).


I have the Samson on meteor, it's pretty good... But I've still bought this because ecome on, less than £20 and it may be better.
I have this one for long now, a decent piece of kit, but one thing I am concerned is that power adapter which gets quite warm. So I have it plugged in the wall and switched of on the wall plug after each use. Now taking this advice and thinking to upgrade to Beringer controller, just to drop of phantom PSU.
leedale3015/01/2020 03:33

It's says that this mic can be used without phantom power. How is that …It's says that this mic can be used without phantom power. How is that possible?


You can use it without phantom power. I originally used mine for 4 months with the 3.5mm jack plugged into a USB sound card, but it benefits from phantom power.
Settee15/01/2020 12:42

You can use it without phantom power. I originally used mine for 4 months …You can use it without phantom power. I originally used mine for 4 months with the 3.5mm jack plugged into a USB sound card, but it benefits from phantom power.


Yes but it should not work if it is a condensor microphone. I'm confused.
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