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Best Budget Entry-Level USB Microphone For Church Videos

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I got a USB Microphone in the mail today! The folks at Tonor sent me a demo mic to test out. I’m always on the hunt for really good budget, entry-level gear because I coach many people who are starting-up with social media and video for the first time (yay!).

Whether you’re looking to start a podcast, record some music, or just improve the audio quality of your Zoom calls, a good USB condenser microphone is a great investment.

The Tonor TC-30 USB Condenser Microphone is one of the best options on the market, offering excellent sound quality and easy plug-and-play setup.

But like any piece of equipment, it has its pros and cons. Here’s a look at the Tonor TC-30’s key features, as well as some things to keep in mind before you buy.

PROS OF THE TONOR USB-C to USB-A MICROPHONE:

1. Excellent sound quality. The Tonor TC-30 delivers clear, crisp audio that sounds great whether you’re recording music or speaking into it for a podcast or Zoom call.

2. Easy to set up. Just plug the microphone into your computer’s USB port and you’re ready to go. No drivers or complicated software to install.

3. Affordable. At under $35, the Tonor TC-30 is one of the most affordable high-quality condenser microphones on the market.

CONS OF THE TONOR ENTRY-LEVEL MICROPHONE:

1. Not compatible with all computers. The Tonor TC-30 requires a computer with a USB 2.0 or higher port in order to work properly. If your computer only has a USB 1.0 port, you’ll need to get an adapter in order to use this microphone. If you’re purchased you computer in the past couple of years, this is not an issue though.

2. Included tri-pod is short. It’s mean to sit on the desk. In some applications, you may want it closer to your mouth than what’s available in terms of max height of the tripod.

3. No built-in mute button. If you need to mute the microphone for any reason quickly, you’ll have to do it through your computer’s software settings. There’s no physical mute button on the microphone itself.

Overall, the Tonor TC-30 is a great USB condenser microphone that offers excellent sound quality and easy setup. Just keep in mind that this is not a $100+ microphone. If the above list of cons aren’t dealbreakers for you, the Tonor TC-30 is a great option for anyone in the market for a new USB microphone.


Check out the Tonor USB Mic on Amazon.


WHAT MICROPHONE DO YOU HAVE? ARE YOU HAPPY WITH IT?

Kenny Jahng
Kenny Jahnghttp://www.kennyjahng.com
Kenny Jahng is Editor-In-Chief at ChurchTechToday.com. He also serves as Chief Innovation Officer at ChurchCommunications.com which has a community of 29,000+ church leaders. Kenny is a Certified StoryBrand Copywriter Guide and founder of Big Click Syndicate, a strategic marketing advisory firm helping Christian leaders build marketing engines that work. You can connect with Kenny on LinkedIn.

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