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The foot microphones came in Razer colors

The foot microphones came in Razer colors

The family tree of Seiren series constructions has been expanded with two types.

Razer has announced two new desktop microphones that use a USB connector, the cheapest of which is priced at €60. Serene V3 Mini It was named The 14mm condenser capsule of compact solution in black, white or pink with extended kidney directional characteristics (supercardioid) detects sounds from 20 to 20,000 Hz and -36 dB for 96 kHz/24-bit sampling combined with sensitivity.

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The sound pressure level ceiling is 110 dB SPL, and the stand can be tilted, while connecting to the target device is made using a USB Type-C/Type-A cable. It is worth noting that in order to instantly mute the sound, all you have to do is touch the top of the button, which can be moved from the sole to the arm, and the LED status indicator located on the front of the device’s housing tells us the success of the operation. The device can be plug-and-play, but those who want to fuss a little with the settings (sampling options, mixing audio with a mixer) can use the manufacturer's central software platform, Synapse.


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The slightly more serious model with a signal-to-noise ratio of 96 dB Siren V3 as Chroma listed, and in terms of its basic specifications, it differs from its younger brother in that its sensitivity is -34 dBm, as well as that its capsule is 16 mm instead of 14. This is not entirely true, as a pop filter has been added to our broadcast events (such as posting icons expressive or incoming notifications/warnings) using interactive Chroma lighting, and the touch interface at the top has evolved into a multi-functional interface; Press one to mute the sound, two to cycle through lighting effects, while a long click can (de)activate the digital gain selector.

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Priced at €150, the product – like the Mini – is designed to reduce noise from accidental knocks/bumps and has a volume control dial on the front. The device, which can also be moved to a boom, raises the barrier before monitoring via the 3.5mm jack connector.

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