Cute Design for Goose Neck Desktop Microphone. 3.5 mm stereo Jack plug. Directivity omni direction. Impedance: 2200 Ohm. Sensitivity: -38 dB +/- 2 dB. S/N ratio > 60 dB. Frequency range: 100 Hz – 16000 Hz

3 thoughts on “Connectland CL-ME-606 Goose Neck Desktop Microphone

  1. Jeremy Chadwick says:

    Not fantastic, and not horrible I purchased the Connectland CL-ME-606 for 2 specific reasons:1. I wanted a non-USB (e.g. analog) microphone that plugged directly into my sound card’s 3.5″ mic-in jack. I didn’t want to mess about with drivers (even though most USB microphones are driverless, using the USB audio class which is part of the USB standard), and I didn’t want another Input Device showing up in my Device Manager / Sound Mixer.2. I wanted something that sat on my desk, had an adjustable neck, and had a physical on/off button (preferably one I did not have to hold — more on that later).The CL-ME-606 met all of these requirements, at least from what I could tell through Amazon.Below are my findings and opinions when using this microphone on Windows XP SP3, with Realtek’s drivers (version 5.70, for an Azalia ALC889 chip), running on a Gigabyte GA-P67A-UD3-B3 motherboard. I was sitting with my mouth about 1 foot from the microphone, and the foam cover was…

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