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Looking for a new mike and wanted to know of your favorites. I saw some posts back in January and wondering if that microphone is still good and what you all like. I prefer USB and no battery.
This is the best microphone I've ever had. It is USB, no battery. It picks up witnesses that I struggle to hear and have to interrupt. I got mine on eBay for $98. Here is a link to it:
These can by daisy chained with the traditional mics made from this company if you are in a large courtroom, meeting room.
There are generics on Amazon that have no writing on the microphone. Those don't have good reviews.
thank you so much, picture and all! Do you use Casecatylst?
No. I use Eclipse.
CM-1000 microphone Here is the same microphone with the stereo plug end instead of USB. And it's $39.99 at this site. You can buy these to daisy chain into the USB version of the mic.
My computer doesn't have a separate mic and headphone jack. It has the combo port. And I want to monitor my audio during the depo. So I use the Andrea Pure Audio USB sound card and I plug the CM-1000 into the Andrea. It is the BEST audio I have ever had. I use it with Case Catalyst.
I now have six of these microphones, and at arbitrations or large hearings, I have strung out all six of them. It is so awesome!
I just purchased this same microphone off the website email@example.com for $52.15, and that includes shipping as well. I've had ongoing audio issues. I hope this microphone is my fix for all my headaches!
Sandy, are you saying you've had ongoing issues with what, with the one you bought prior to the $52.15 one you just purchased?
So are you saying you now have 2 of them?
You can save about $30.00 ($69.00 each) at this place (Executive Communications Systems). If you buy two, you spent $140 as opposed to $200.00.
That's a great price, Mary Jo. Thanks!
Janet told me about this microphone and I loved it so much, I bought a backup. It's great and not all that expensive. Love it!!
I just got a little smarter. Months ago I paid $60 for the Martel Conference Grabber. I could have bought SoundTech for $40 - and got a lot better quality,
So glad for the responses here.
I am interested in using this setup and was wondering if you could tell me if there is an advantage to using a USB versus the computer's round mic port, or vice versa?
Also, I would like to daisy chain, but am unclear as to what to use.
I could not find the DAC CM-1000 in order to daisy-chain. Would this be what you would use to daisy-chain:
For some reason, the sound on the USB CM-1000 sounds much louder and clearer. You don't need an adapter. You simply plug the regular, non-USB CM-1000 into the port on the back of the USB CM-1000. Then you can daisy chain the standard CM-1000s from there.