Microphone Radium 600 - for streamers!
We’ve been supporting Internet bloggers for many years, trying to give them devices that improve the quality of their streams and videos. A high quality sound is fundamental! After all, you do not want to discourage the potential audience with background noises and unpleasant spikes? Don't hesitate and invest in our new microphone Radium 600
Your voice – Your power
Are you familiar with „cardioid polarization”? This definition is well-known to streamers, so it is worth getting acquainted with it! Cardioid polarization has a great influence on the quality of the recorded sound and allows to eliminate background noise. The Radium 600 capsule has been designed to guarantee the right tone. So, show fans the power of your voice! Believe us, they won’t stop listening to you!!!
Keep the private conversations private!
If you want to stream, you have to be prepared for everything. For example, what if someone calls you during your live stream? Obviously, you don't want fans to hear your private conversation. Are you going to run to the other room? Spend the precious time searching for a quiet place whilst your audience is waiting? If you have Radium 600, simplye press the “mute” button and no one will hear your private conversation! However, remember to let your audience know and assure them that you will be back soon.
All under control
YouTubers can freely edit their material before uploading to the channel. The streamer doesn’t have that luxury. Fortunately, the Radium 600 allows you to control the sensitivity and volume of the sound, so you can have full control over quality of the transmission during the stream.
Your own game team
As a streamer, you’ll surly meet a lot of new people: you'll make friends and maybe even get an opportunity to collaborate with other streamers. So, what about a stream with some friends? Great idea, but you would probably want to record using your equipment? To make things easier for you, we've included a carrying case for the Radium 600. All you have to do is pack your microphone, move it to the spot, and record.
Compact, ready... plosive?
Another interesting definition, right? Have you ever heard of "plosive" consonants? B, hard c, d, hard g, k, p, and t are plosive consonants; that is, they can push out a lot of air when pronounced. On condenser microphones (which are the microphones of choice for voice over work), a puff of air from a plosive consonant may produce a bassy “pop” in the middle of the delivery, which can be an annoying distraction It's not a pleasant effect, so we equipped the Radium 600 with pop-filter that eliminates this sound. Moreover, the metal construction of the device is protected by a special sponge. All of these features will make your streams more professional and easier to deliver, we’re pretty sure you won’t look for a new microphone for a long time.