If you’re planning on taking the advantage of live streaming platforms or the growing fad for podcasting; you need a decent microphone that offers top-notch audio and looks incredible on the desktop. Logitech already has a StreamCam to let you take your content and passion to the next level – thanks to its blissful appearance, pristine image quality and versatile mounting options. Now a designer has conceptualized a microphone that would complement the Logitech StreamCam not just in appearance but in quality and connectivity as well. Shure, Rode, Sontronics and Blue are few of the biggest podcast mic brands in the united states of America.
Take your live streaming and podcasting to a new high with Logitech StreamMic Concept. Which is conceiving specifically for gamers, podcasters, and streamers in search of a professional-quality desktop podcast mic that Logitech would approve of. As the appearance gives out. The StreamMic is truly inspired by the aesthetics of the Logitech StreamCam and fits its design language through form, material, and simplicity. The microphone here is dressing in a similar monochrome theme with inviting fabric covering the sensitive innards.
Fascinatingly, the conceptual design. In addition to sounding great would provide versatility so you can concentrate more on your content or game play. And leave the rest for the StreamMic to handle. For enhancing freedom, the microphone comes on a tripod-like base with pivoting legs. The mic itself can rock back and forth to ensure more than one user. Sitting across from each other – can use it simultaneously.
The aesthetics and versatility are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to performance. The StreamMic must check the other boxes of audio quality and StreamCam-like USB for connectivity. If it must make it to the mainstream someday. Hence, it also comes with USB-C jack for computer input as well as a 3.5 mm jack for real-time listening. With the smooth plastic and woven fabric design. This is visually one accessory you would want on your desk when broadcasting live!