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TONOR TC-777 USB Mic Review

Owning a vlog or YouTube channel requires lots of streaming. When there is streaming, there is a streaming mic involved. Not any kind of mic will do, you need a condenser microphone. This kind of mic helps in getting rich and complete vocals. It is the kind of mic musicians use in a sound booth.

There are several condenser microphones in the market today, but TONOR TC-777 caught my fancy and I’m writing a review on it.

TONOR TC-777 USB Mic Review: The Build And Design

TONOR TC-777 is a compact desktop microphone. It comes in a three-piece kit that is easily assembled to make a whole.

The first part of the kit is the mic itself. It consists of a case shaped to fit the mount. The mic also comes with a foam cover (pop filter) that comes in handy during outdoor use. Under the mic is a flexible USB cord to be connected to the PC.

The next part of the kit is the shock mount. It is a clamp made of rubber and spring, designed to remove vibrations. So you don’t have to worry about someone slamming the door in the next room while you record. It has a pair of clips for clip for opening and closing the clamp. The mount can be adjusted up to 180o for easy positioning.

The third part of the kit is a tripod stand. The feet are made of metal with rounded rubber at the end to reduce vibration and prevent it from sliding.

TONOR TC-777 USB Mic Review: The Specs

Some of the perks that make this condenser mic top-notch include;

  • High-quality cardioid capsule for consistent and enhanced pickup
  • -38dB±3dB sensitivity
  • The output impedance of 680Ω
  • It has a signal-to-noise ratio of 56dB
  • Condenser capsule
  • Not detachable USB-A 2.0
  • Frequency response of 100Hz to 16KHz
  • Removable pop filter and windsock

TONOR TC-777 USB Mic Review: Sound quality

TONOR TC-777 condenser mic picks up sound very well. This is due to the cardioid condenser that helps collect sounds with clarity. The shock mount has a pop shield erected on a gooseneck attachment. The pop shield reduces the pop that’s heard when sharp sounds are pronounced.

The range is not limited to the front of the mic. But better clarity is gotten from the front of the mic. When you move away from the mic at a 90o, the voice fades slightly and gradually. No sound is picked up from behind the mic. This is so, to reduce feedback from echoes creating noise.

A sampling rate of 16 bits at 44.1 kHz. The frequency, 100Hz to 16 kHz, allows even the smallest sound to be recorded. Overall, when it comes to sound, TONOR TC-777 is sensitive. It picks up a baseline of -38dB to +3dB. Meaning that; if the input level is too high, there will be clipping. If it is too low, a quieter sound will not be recorded

TONOR TC-777 USB Mic Review: Compatibility

TONOR TC-777 is plug-and-play on most occasions. It only requires you to connect the USB and start your recording. It is compatible with older PC because it uses USB 2.0 technology. It is also compatible with different operating systems, including the PlayStation. The only difference is that you can enhance its performance with third-party software when used on PCs. However, your Xbox, iPad, and iPhone do not support it.

Why You Should Choose It

There are other reasons for choosing TONOR TC-777 apart from its compatibility.

  • It is cost-effective
  • The audio quality is excellent
  • It is not too bulky. It has a dimension of 150mm × 45mm
  • It requires no physical setup. The tabletop is all it needs.
  • Its filter quality is good. It is used for getting detailed vocals.
  • It requires no software to use; Just plug in the USB and record. The sounds are stored directly.
  • The entire kit is easy to set up and use.

Bottom Line

TONOR TC-777 is an impressive microphone for its price. I prefer to think of it as cost-effective, you can purchase it from Amazon at a good price. Owning one of these is a good way to start a podcast and vlog while staying afloat. Anyone and everyone can benefit from having one among their collection.

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