As De Espadas: should i buy this or the pg27 USB, I´ve heard they are both really good,
but which is better and why?
MMRProductions: Blue yeti or this?
Sara Luna: Could anyone helps me to get this or the Shure PG27 online :/ plz I really
need to buy one soon !
Amit Cohen: What was the melody you were playing on the piano called?
LIPOWSKI DESIGN: Thank you for review, anyway - nice play on drums ;)
Krispy MCMuffin: "only 200 dollars for the microphone" *FACEPALM*
Kid Riolu: What mike should I buy? I am looking for one that is cheap and pretty good
for gaming and talking.
Li Fang Ooi: I have bought this microphone for my voice over recording. The output is
supposed to be a crystal clear voice even though you did the recording in
the room like what we saw in this video,right? I tried to use it for the
recording in my room which is located on 6th floor. The microphone seems
to be too sensitive with the noise which is far from my recording location.
I can hear the noise of bikes and cars which are moving at the 1st floor.
Any suggested solution?
DJ Marc Antomattei: Great review and music test but you forgot one key thing. You didn't use a
pop filter in any of these test.
Justin Nguyen: Speaking of audio, I think your audio is clipping in the video because I'm
getting a bit of distortion once you get louder.
NinjoshRevolution: HOW MUCH MONEY DOES THIS GUY HAVE!
ascalon132: $120?? i can only find the non USB version for 200, USB is at 250, was
there some sale i didn't know about??
Jesus Fontánez: recomendation Blue Spark or this one ?
Mohamed GadAllah: Thanks for your review.
I need a usb microphone for only vocal voice.
I've a quiet place and will use something like a hand made booth.
I will only use the microphone for two purposes :-
1) commenting on my educational screen casting video tutorials (like sal
khan => khan academy).
2) recording audio books.
I am looking for the best microphone for these two purposes and will not
use any XLR and will never do any music or singing performance.
So I would like to buy something for the long run usage and for only once
(I am considering it as an investment).
halo99yo: Can you use the pg42-usb while gaming or skyping?
metalheadneji: You're a great pianist.
Michael L.: The high pass filter doesn't really decrease noise, it simply rolls off the
bottom end of the frequency response. This can help eliminate some rumbles,
but background noises, like a crowd, won't really be affected much. It's
not a noise gate.
Shade Zinger: thumbs up for the piano part!
Kieran Fresh: freaking awesome piano playing dude!!
TechnoHelp02: @ThatSnazzyiPhoneGuy u made the vid on a friday night
peeweesherman: ...and 123 123 123 123 DA DA DA DA...dol doo dooodooloodoo. (Piano waltz?)
Alright I'll see myself out.
Schueddy: Where can I pick it up for 120$? :)
Rafi Hayat: didnt expect u to be a good piano player :o what song did u play? btw i
have the m-audio nova mic. what do ya think about about it?
TechnoHelp02: @ThatSnazzyiPhoneGuy nerd sausage good one. ur mother wastelling me all
about that joke last night
Frans97: During recording, have you experienced any sort of playback issues with
that mic? Like say you recorded it stereo, but coming back through the
monitors or headphones it comes out only via mono (one end of the monitor).
I've heard of a few USB mics with the same problem, I would just like to
know if the Shure PG42 is included among them or not. Thank you! :)
phillipah7: Cool ! You should vlog in your living room, with that big picture window
you can't miss.
htcTOUCHguy: nice mic =)
thecodkidd: Dude! You are quite multitalented! lol. are you in high school or college?
عبدالعزيز عبدالله: shure pg42 usb are he want phantom power
Ryan Simonovich: ur good at drums
LMDNYC82: damn, i wish i was born into money lol
joshorrorr: you said we can get it for 120 where can we buy it for that price
TechnoHelp02: @najinajina dont u hav anything better to do on a monday night
Snazzy Labs: @brizern No. It's a zit. Haha.
Ivan Lai: what's the hole dimension of the shock mount? 5/8"? I want to mount it a
mic stand which has a 5/8" mount.
qwerty bastard: I personally would choose the Shure PG42. But that is because I have never
had a problem with Shure microphones and still have 2 perfectly working
Shure microphones that are now over 40 years old. They still record in
pefect and HQ sound. Hope this helps :)
Snazzy Labs: @TechnoHelp02 Says the kid who is sitting at home on a Friday night....
hpsports11: first view!
Partydontstop: ohj yeah and plussus,,,, Im really considering buying this one now. I dont
earn alot of money ( not that anyone has to know ) But If I just save some
money I could buy it.. witch would be awesome. My whole neighbourhood is
full of people who want to record their stuff.
John Maksym: cool,piano, love playing it when i can
Daniel Ortego: Pretty good video and I was actually more impressed with the vocals than I
thought it would be. In fact, I have one on the way to try out myself. By
the way, I'm sure you already know that you intended to say 3-feet and not
TheMexicanNerd: Great review man
Orhan Jumerovski: first view first comment do i get a reward.
D40Oz1: to be honest man, dont go with the gtrack... WAAAY to airy...id go with the
co1u over the gtrack anyday! ... BUT if you wanna spend the money get the
pg42 but the only thing you need to become best friends with is , is a
deesser.... this mic will be what you need, specially for doubles
Snazzy Labs: @TechnoHelp02 No, nerd sausage. I filmed the video on Thursday afternoon,
edited Friday during school, and uploaded Friday afternoon/evening while I
was away hanging out with friends. :p
Shure PG42 USB Condenser Microphone Review4.9
out of 5
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