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Fifine k679 microfone professional cardioid condenser

Details Fifine k679

Coating film Condenser Microphone Fifine k679
Polar Pattern: Uni-directional
Frequency Response: 20Hz-20kHz
Sensitivity: -34 ±2dB(0dB=1V/Pa at 1KHz)

Component fifine k679
Component fifine k679

Output Impedance: 150Ω±30%(at 1kHz)
Load impedance: ≥1000 Ω
Equivalent Noise level: 16dBA
Electrical current: 3mA

Cable Length: approx 2.5M
Voltage: 48V Phantom power
Dimension: Approx. 16 x 5 x 5cm/6.3 x 1.97 x 1.97inch
Microphone Material: Steel net + Zinc alloy hand holding part

Fifine USB Microphone Review

Not everyone has a huge budget when it comes to purchasing radio equipment, so today we’re going to take a look at the Fifine K669B USB Microphone.

This microphone is highly rated on Amazon (4.5 out of 5), with over 7800 reviews and is priced at $45.99. Let’s take a look and see if this low-budget mic has what it takes to be an ally for radio hosts worldwide.

In terms of build, the Fifine feels incredibly solid in hand. It has a metal body with a good weight to it, a nice quality metal mesh and sturdy 1.8 meter cable. It also comes with a handy little tripod and pivot mount to hold it upright when using it.

Details fifine k679
Details fifine k679

We’ll admit, the tripod quality isn’t as impressive as the microphone however it will do the job perfectly if you’re recording at your desk. If you’re interested, you can purchase an alternative stand. There is minimal pop-protection on this mic, so you may also want to purchase a windshield or pop-filter to help with any plosive sounds.

You’ll find a volume controller directly on the mic itself, however unfortunately there is no headphone jack. It’s a pretty small microphone (140×90×50 mm) which makes it practical to transport, and it also won’t take up much space on your desk.

One of our favourite things about this microphone is undoubtedly how easy it is to use. Compatible with Mac OS, Windows & Linux and requires no drivers or software to get started. The Fifine is what we call a “plug and play” mic, simply plug it in and you’re good to go!

What about the sound quality of the Fifine K699B

Now Fifine k679 let’s get to the part you’re really interested in….the sound quality! Like many popular microphones, the Fifine K669B is a condenser mic with a cardioid pattern. This means that it captures most of the audio from the front so you’ll get the best results from placing it directly in front of you which is perfect for radio broadcasting and podcasting. The cardioid pattern also reduces any background noises.

fifine k679
fifine k679

For a crisp, clean sound we suggest that you place the microphone roughly 10cm away from your mouth. You’ll also need to correctly configure the audio settings of the live broadcasting software or recording software that you’re using. You may have to play around with the settings at first to find the perfect balance.

You may have seen another Fifine k679 model called K669, so what’s the difference? Well, there is none! Yes that’s right, the K669 and K669B are exactly the same. The only nuance is one is pink (K669) and one is black (K669B)

Overall, the Fifine K66B USB microphone is a great option if you’re on a low budget and you need an easy yet effective mic for radio broadcasting or podcasting. Not only is the build of it extremely solid, but the price/quality ratio is amazing. Obviously the audio isn’t perfect, but what did you expect for $45? In any case, the Fifine microphone is ideal for radio broadcasters looking for a cheap, easy solution to speak live on air.

Overview fifine k679
Overview fifine k679

USB Plug & Play

Out of the box the Fifine k679 comes packaged with everything you need to hit the ground running. That’s the microphone, tripod, and USB connector.

The best thing about the Fifine is how it just works. Plug it into any USB port on your computer for univeral plug-n-play. No Drivers or software to install as it works with any Windows, Mac, or Linux computers

This budget mic is not for everyone, but it is suitable if you are looking for an affordable solution to record vocals for podcasting and radio broadcasting. We tested the Fifine 669 against the Samson C01 to see how it compares.

On first impression, the Samson does better in terms of audio quality. You can really tell a difference as the Fifine doesn’t sound as good. However, the Samson is nearly double the price, twice the size, and doesn’t come with its own mic stand.

The Fifine 669 is quite suprising. It’s does a good job of capturing audio for vocals, instruments, and even background. So, it will definitely get the job done for most audio recordings, but I wouldn’t recommend it if you are aiming for something a little more professional.

Overall, it’s a rock solid entry level mic. It’s not perfect for every situation, but for the price, you can’t really go wrong.

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