HyperX QuadCast – USB Condenser Gaming Microphone, for PC, PS4 and Mac, Anti-Vibration Shock Mount, Four Polar Patterns, Pop Filter, Gain Control, Podcasts, Twitch, YouTube, Discord, Red LED – Black

March 8, 2020 - Comment

The HyperX QuadCast is the ideal all-inclusive standalone microphone for streamers, podcasters and gamers that are looking for a condenser mic with impressive quality sound. The QuadCast includes its own anti-vibration shock mount to help reduce the sound of any movements. It has a built-in pop filter that reduces any muffles or popping noises for

The HyperX QuadCast is the ideal all-inclusive standalone microphone for streamers, podcasters and gamers that are looking for a condenser mic with impressive quality sound. The QuadCast includes its own anti-vibration shock mount to help reduce the sound of any movements. It has a built-in pop filter that reduces any muffles or popping noises for clearer voice quality. Instantly know your mic status with the LED indicator and with the tap-to-mute to easily mute yourself without any delay. Choose between the four polar patterns (Cardioid, Bidirectional, Omnidirectional and Stereo) to fit your streaming needs and adjust the sensitivity by using the gain control knob. Includes a mount adapter that fits both 3/8” and 5/8” thread sizes and is compatible with most microphone stands. QuadCast is certified by Discord and TeamSpeak to ensure that the QuadCast is the perfect microphone for broadcasting loud and clear for all your followers and listeners. Whether you’re plugging into a PC, PS4, or Mac, you’ll be able to deliver quality sound to anyone tuning in.

Features:

Microphone:
Power consumption: 5V 125 mA
Sample/bit rate: 48Hz/16-bit
Element: Electret condenser microphone
Condenser type: Three 14mm condensers
Polar patterns: Stereo, Omnidirectional, Cardioid, Bidirectional
Frequency response: 20Hz – 20kHz
Sensitivity: -36dB (1V/Pa at 1kHz)
Cable length: 3m
Weight:
Microphone: 254g
Shock mount and stand 364g
Total with USB Cable: 710g

Headphone Output:
Impedance: 32 Ohms
Frequency Response: 20Hz – 20kHz
Maximum Power Output: 7mW
THD: < 0.05% (1kHz/0dBFS)
SNR: > 90dB (1kHZ, RL = infinity)

Compatible with: PC Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, PS4, Mac, Skype, Mumble, Open Broadcaster Software, and XSplit
Certified by: Discord and TeamSpeak

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Product Features

  • Anti vibration shock mount
  • Tap to mute sensor with LED indicator
  • Four selectable polar patterns
  • Mount adapter included
  • Convenient gain control adjustment
  • Multi device and chat program compatibility

Comments

Anonymous says:

Impressive Mic for a Respectable Price

Customer Video Review Length:: 3:56 Mins This is a video review for the Quadcast. General pros and cons will go here:Pros:+ Very intuitive mute/unmute system, convenient gain control dial+ Warmer sound, but overall has a good balance to sound natural+ Four polar patterns to choose from, which is handy for things other than gaming+ Build quality looks solid but still is quite light+ Built-in audio jack for a monitor mode+ Shock mount and pop filter included!Cons:- Red lighting unable to be changed- Gain control printing is inaccurate- Mute/unmute area is matte and gets easily smudged- A bit on the higher end for pricing on “gamer stand-up mics”, however there are additional features for the premium pricingWith these in mind, I still believe this microphone is a very solid 9.5/10 as most arguments are trivial and doesn’t detract at all from the function of the mic. Great work HyperX!

Anonymous says:

HyperX Has Raised The Bar I have owned many many mics ranging from the snowball to the AT20200 XLR. I just replaced my Blue Yeti with the Quadcast and immediately fell in love. It certainly picks up less white noise than the Blue Yeti (In my environment). The red LED is an awesome indicator if you are live and ready to record. It is surprisingly light compared to the Blue Yeti and AT2020. I have had multiple comments on Twitch and in Discord asking what I did because I sound much clearer. One subjective con is that the Quadcast does not add the same amount of bass that the Yeti does, however, that is nothing to knock a star off for. I use VoiceMeeter Banana so it was an easy fix.TLDR: This microphone is great for streamers/content creators/average users. Great that HyperX has entered into this market. Excited to see what else they come out. RGB Quadcast? Special Accessories? Keep an eye out!

Anonymous says:

Great Upgrade I originally had the Blue Yeti mic but needed another mic to stream, and the Hyper X was a great upgrade.

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