The ATR2500-USB Condenser USB Microphone from Audio-Technica is ideal for project recording, podcasts, field recording and anywhere a quality USB condenser microphone is necessary. The ATR2500-USB features a USB connection and included USB cable for plug-and-play operation with a Mac or Windows OS computer. What does this price mean? This is the price (excluding shipping and handling fees) a seller has provided at which the same item, or one that is nearly identical to it, is being offered for sale or has been offered for sale in the recent past.
Review: Audio Technica ATR2500-USB Cardioid Condenser USB Microphone Advertised to be ideal for podcasting, home studio and voiceovers, the appears to be a microphone made for voice projects. Featuring a large diaphragm condenser powered via USB from your computer (PC or Mac), the ATR2500-USB is a solution to those looking to achieve studio quality sounding recordings without the hassle of learning technical knowledge. Watch the video review on the ATR2500 USB Condenser, listen to it and read on for a more detailed review.
A plug and play USB condenser microphone. (I didn’t need to install any drivers). The microphone comes with a table stand, mic clip and USB cable to get your started quickly on your recording projects.
However for more serious recordings, you might want to consider buying a proper microphone stand which is perhaps more stable for your use. Price: Some Technical Details About The ATR2500 • 30 – 15,000 Hz • Cardioid Condenser • Up to 16bit / 48kHz • Headphone Monitor Output & Volume Switches • Comes with a microphone clip, table mic stand and USB cable. Setting Up The ATR2500 For Recording Setting up the microphone was pretty simple. It takes a little bit of hand-screwing to get the mic clip secured on the bottom of the microphone and another bit of twisting to then get the mic clip mounted on the supplied table stand. The table microphone stand wasn’t very sturdy.
While it will work as a startup table microphone stand, I’d recommend that you buy a heavy-duty table microphone stand before you eventually accidentally knock the microphone over. The microphone clip will work with all standard table microphone stands. As you work on your desk, you might bump your table every now and then. Even simple keyboard typing will result in little shock bumps that would affect the microphone. The supplied microphone clip is only a simple microphone clip, so if you’re experiencing lots of bumps while using the microphone on your desk, you might want to further invest in a shockmount for the ATR2500. It’s unfortunate that Audio Technica does not make shockmounts for this particular microphone model, a workaround would be to buy the which would take care of isolating the microphone from shock bumps. The Samson shockmount is inexpensive and fits the ATR2500 nicely, however your access to the headphone volume buttons would be limited.
The supplied USB cable is about 1.8m long and is long enough if you put your microphone on the table. Recording & Monitoring On The ATR2500 With everything set up, I dug into recording on the Audio Technica ATR2500. There is no necessary driver or software installation needed on the PC or Mac. Simply plug it in, your computer would probably do a little of driver setting up on its own and you’ll find the microphone listed in your sound panel.
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You’ll have to go into your input devices (on a Mac) and your recording devices (on a PC) to control the input level of the microphone. The microphone works with apps like Skype, Google Hangouts, Audacity, Adobe Audition and.
Just make sure you change the input microphone from your computer’s onboard microphone to the ATR2500 USB when using those applications. The volume buttons on the microphone are monitoring levels. They do not change the input levels of the microphone. The 3.5mm headphone monitoring on the microphone is a direct monitoring of the microphone, which means you’ll hear the input signals of the microphone at zero latency.