Turtle Beach Universal Digital Streaming Mic latest 2020 review

Turtle Beach Universal Digital Streaming Mic latest 2020 review.

The Turtle Beach Stream Mic is a first-of-its-kind professional-quality desktop microphone created for gamers Streaming content directly from their consoles.


 

With the Turtle Beach Stream, players can commentate on live-streamed game-play from their Xbox One, PS4 Pro and PS4, as well as from a PC or Mac thanks to universal plug-and-play compatibility.

while advanced features like Adaptive Mic Patterns, best-in-class digital processing, and a zero-latency headphone output for accurate monitoring means anyone can Stream like a pro.

Description

The Turtle Beach Stream Mic is a first-of-its-kind professional-quality desktop microphone created for gamers Streaming content directly from their consoles.

With the Turtle Beach Stream, players can commentate on live Streamed game-play from their Xbox One, PS4 Pro and PS4, as well as from a PC or Mac thanks to universal plug-and-play compatibility.

Advanced features like Adaptive Mic Patterns, best-in-class digital processing, and a zero-latency headphone output for accurate monitoring means anyone can Stream like a pro.

Connections Connections

USB for Xbox One, PS4 Pro and PS4, PC and Mac

Product Specs

  • Capsules: Electret condenser
  • Frequency Response: 20Hz – 20kHz
  • Sample Rate: 48kHz
  • Bit Rate resolution: 16bit

Features  of Turtle Beach Universal Digital 

Features

  • Console Live-streaming Made Easy – The first professional-quality desktop microphone designed for gamers live-streaming directly from Xbox One, PS4 Pro, and PS4.
  • Professional Processing Performance – Sound amazing with this studio-quality digital processor that automatically balances  gain
  • Built-In Headphone Amplifier – Built-in voice level mixing lets you hear game and chat audio through the microphone
  • Personalized Voice Tuning – Personalize your streaming session with the voice presets in the Ear Force Audio Hub software

Performance

Performance

Firstly, using the built-in headphone jack, you should expect some latency. This is depending on your recording program or gaming console.

The latency is a bit annoying. For instance, using the mic with Garage Band, for instance, produces a very slight slap-back delay when monitoring for instance. Of course this doesn’t affect the recording itself, though it can affect a vocalist’s delivery.

Plenty of the other USB mics we test included a zero-latency headphone jack—the Serine Elite is one them

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