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Deity VO-7U Boom Arm Kit USB Dynamic Podcast Microphone

Deity VO-7U Boom Arm Kit USB Dynamic Podcast Microphone

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Description

The VO-7U is a dynamic USB microphone designed for streamers and podcasters. It features a tight pickup pattern that allows it to reject room noise so your audience hears only you on the other side of their headphones. It also features an RGB ring with 12 unique colors and effects so you can have it match your PC’s design aesthetic or your stream’s branded colors.
BEST MIC FOR BEDROOM PODCASTERS
The VO-7U uses a supercardioid dynamic microphone capsule, making it the best podcast microphone and streamer microphone for untreated bedrooms or gaming stations. Often these rooms will have too much echo and reverb which distracts viewers and listeners. With the VO-7U that worry is no more.
12 RGB LED LIGHTING EFFECTS
We added RGB LEDs for streamers who want their microphone on camera to match their stream's theme and aesthetic. The VO-7U features 12 RGB preset colors and effects.
A USB-C MIC THAT JUST WORKS
In 2022 we shouldn't settle for micro USB anymore. The VO-7U features the latest in USB tech. This allows it to work easily with mobile devices as well, like Android phones and Apple's latest generation of iPads. Most native Android camera apps will automatically select the VO-7U as their audio source. Filming YouTube vlogs using your mobile device and getting premium audio has never been so easy.
TONS OF MOUNTING OPTIONS
No adapters are needed in order to put the VO-7U on a stand. We natively support 3/8" and 5/8". So whether you're a boom arm user or you prefer a table top stand, we got you covered.
AUTOMATIC HARDWARE AUDIO LIMITER
Things can get exciting in the middle of gameplay. But your audio shouldn't suffer just because you want to get loud and celebrate a win. As soon as you apply more than 50% gain to the VO-7U, the built-in hardware analog limiter kicks in to help prevent you from clipping on your stream or in your podcast. You have many things to worry about as a creator, your audio clarity shouldn't be one of them.
WORKS ACROSS ALL PLATFORMS
Podcasters and Streamers have lots of options when it comes to having their voices heard. We made sure the VO-7U works natively on all major operating systems, no drivers or software required. • Windows • macOS • Android • iPhones* • iPadOS • chromeOS • Raspberry Pi OS • PS4 / PS5 • Xbox.

Feature

  • 12 Unique RGB Colors and Effects
  • Broadcast Quality Large Dynamic Microphone Diaphragm
  • Robust Metal Body with a Floating Friction Pivot
  • 20Hz – 20kHz Frequency Range
  • 135dB Max SPL
  • 24-Bit/48kHz
  • USB-C Interface / No Drivers Needed
  • Hardware Analog Limiter Built-In To Prevent Audio Clipping
  • Headphone Jack with a Latency Free Monitoring Mode

Specification

Microphone Type Dynamic
Frequency Response 20Hz-20kHz
Polar Pattern Supercardioid
Bitrate/Sample Rate 24-Bit / 48kHz
Maximum SPL 135dB SPL
SNR 84dB @ -24dB sensitivity
OS Compatiblity Windows, macOS, chromeOS, Android, iPadOS, Raspberry Pi OS (Debian Linux)
Impedance 600 Ohms
Pop Filter Built-In
Output USB-C Interface
Headphone Connector 3.5mm TRS
Bus Power USB-C
Color Black or White
Mounting Natively 3/8" and 5/8" Female
Dimensions 58 x 153mm
Weight 646g
Temperature Range -10C to +45C

Packing List

  • 1x VO-7U
  • 1x Boom Arm
  • 1x Foam Pop Filter
  • 1x USB-C to USB-C cable
  • 1x USB Type A to USB-C cable
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Customer Reviews

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Cesar

First, let me say I am by no means an audiophile or a sound engineer. This review is written from the perspective of someone that wanted to upgrade from a headphone/mic combo to something better.With that being said, this is a great kit to upgrade from a headphone/mic combo. I use this mainly for meetings, calls, and voice chats on Discord, Teams, Zoom, and Skype. I do occasional voiceover work, too. This microphone performs great at every task I use it with. Much better than my headphone and mic combo (Astro A40 TR with MixAmp Pro). Everyone I speak with has told me how much better I sound with this new mic. The Astro A40 TR were fine for what they were but they fell short when I tried using them for anything more than gaming. I sometimes play at night when everyone in the house is asleep so I tend to speak more quietly during those times. With the Astros, my friends had a difficult time hearing what I was saying most of the time because the Astros had a difficult time picking up what I was saying - even after messing with the microphone settings - because I have to speak lower than I would during the day. With the new mic, though, I am able to manipulate the analog gain knob on the side and I am clearly heard. Or I can just speak closer into the mic. It picks up everything I say - even my whispers if I want it to. I got the kit with the boom arm so that’s nice. It’s very user friendly and plug and play. Super easy to use. I 100% would recommend this microphone to anyone looking to upgrade from a headphone/mic combo or a cheap standalone mic.So, I only gave this kit a 4 star review and that’s due to the boom arm and some other minor nit picks. The boom arm is ok at best. It’s very wobbly and there’s a lot of play where the boom arm and desk mount connect. Also, I’ve already lifted the whole boom arm out of the desk mount twice because there’s nothing holding the boom arm into the desk mount. It just slides in there with no pin, friction, lock, or anything else to keep it in place. One small nit pick I have with the microphone itself is that you have to turn the RGB lighting on manually every time you turn the computer back on.If the boom arm functionality is a huge issue for you, then get the kit that comes with the small desk stand and is $30 cheaper and get you a better boom arm.A word of advice for those new to these types of mics: the gain knob is very useful but also annoying if you don’t know how to compensate. For example: I have the gain at about 70% constantly. This means I can speak from about a foot away and it’ll still pick up what I’m saying. The downside is that it picks up more background noise. In apps like discord, if you play with “voice activity” instead of push to talk, this can get annoying as the increased gain will constantly trigger your discord to transmit since it hears all the background noise so clearly. To fix this, you can decrease discord’s sensitivity. It requires a little trial and error and messing around but once you got it dialed in you won’t ever have to touch it again.

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Tara Von

Just getting into producing YouTube videos , I wanted to invest in upgrading my audio/desk space set up. I originally invested in a Blue Yeti and although it’s a great condenser starter microphone for an affordable price, there are some pit falls to it.Knowing nothing about microphones/audio or even video producing, everything has been a learning curve.Condenser microphones are very sensitive and will usually pick up every little sound. My blue yeti literally picks up the birds chirping from outside my house. From what I gather, condenser mics can be plugged into a computer or camera directly without the need for an audio interface.Dynamic microphones are less sensitive in that they block out all other noise but the sound going directly into it. Almost all dynamic microphones require an audio interface which can cost anywhere from $100 plus. So purchasing a dynamic microphone almost always will need to also purchase an interface like a Focusrite Scarlett Solo.This deity microphone is a dynamic mic but doesn’t require an audio interface to power it. It can be plugged right into your computer or camera, which is a huge plus! Never mind that this kit comes with a decent boom arm and in WHITE!! Which is impossible to find for both the mic and boom arm that’s a higher quality then the cheap white boom arms Amazon sells. When recording videos the white almost blends in and becomes less a focal point during recording then a black boom arm and black microphone in front of your face.It’s a great value for the price. I just received the microphone the other day and haven’t yet played around with it, but once I do I will update this review further.

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Tara Von

Just getting into producing YouTube videos , I wanted to invest in upgrading my audio/desk space set up. I originally invested in a Blue Yeti and although it’s a great condenser starter microphone for an affordable price, there are some pit falls to it.Knowing nothing about microphones/audio or even video producing, everything has been a learning curve.Condenser microphones are very sensitive and will usually pick up every little sound. My blue yeti literally picks up the birds chirping from outside my house. From what I gather, condenser mics can be plugged into a computer or camera directly without the need for an audio interface.Dynamic microphones are less sensitive in that they block out all other noise but the sound going directly into it. Almost all dynamic microphones require an audio interface which can cost anywhere from $100 plus. So purchasing a dynamic microphone almost always will need to also purchase an interface like a Focusrite Scarlett Solo.This deity microphone is a dynamic mic but doesn’t require an audio interface to power it. It can be plugged right into your computer or camera, which is a huge plus! Never mind that this kit comes with a decent boom arm and in WHITE!! Which is impossible to find for both the mic and boom arm that’s a higher quality then the cheap white boom arms Amazon sells. When recording videos the white almost blends in and becomes less a focal point during recording then a black boom arm and black microphone in front of your face.It’s a great value for the price. I just received the microphone the other day and haven’t yet played around with it, but once I do I will update this review further.

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Saraneth

Disclosure: I received this free in a contest (but not to give a review)This is a decent mic, and I make my living through recording sound. It doesn't have the bass presence I expected, but has good clarity for voice. You won't get that radio announcer SM-7B sound (and that might be a bonus to some) and it works on USB-C so you don't run into gain issues with your mic interface. It puts out plenty of signal, and has a crisp sound to it that's not too poppy or sibilant. I do not find a need to use a pop filter.I haven't given it a good test for bleed or rejection in groups, but it feels like it should work out well.Overall, I think it's a great value, and has good sound. Deity seems to have either good products, or not-so-good ones. This is one of their better offerings, and it sounds great for zoom calls or podcasts.

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Amazon Customer

i like this usb c mic, it keeps me from peaking and sounds very natural even in rooms that are exactly quiet