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Today we’re looking at the new mic from HyperX which is a direct competitor to the Blue Yeti, the QuadCast. This is a USB Multi-pattern condenser microphone designed as a Streaming Mic, Gaming Mic, and Discord Mic. The mic does a decent job at rejecting background noise (while on the cardioid polar pattern), and the shock mount also does a decent job at rejecting bumps of the desk. However, the mic does suffer from serious plosive issues. The A/D conversion maxes out at 16-bit/48kHz, and all around it’s just an alright mic, in my opinion.

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00:00 – Intro
00:29 – Disclaimers / Price / Setup
00:47 – What’s in the Box
01:10 – Build Quality
02:03- Specifications
02:21 – Polar Pattern Test
03:27 – Background Noise Test
03:36 – Desktop Stand Test
04:03 – Proximity Effect / Distance Test
04:15 – Plosive Rejection Test
04:27 – Latency Test
04:58 – Noise Floor Test
06:19 – Windows 10 Test
06:37 – Music Test
08:00 – Pros & Cons
09:04 – Overall thoughts
09:42 – Recommendation / RANT!
11:04 – Outro

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