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HyperX ProCast XLR Microphone Review: Good Sound But Too Expensive

HyperX is no stranger to the world of gaming microphones.this is HyperX Quadcast Currently at the top of our list best gaming micand since then released multiple iterations as Quadcast S When duo castIt was only a matter of time before HyperX experimented with XLR mics, targeting streamers and content creators looking for a more professional audio solution.

The time has finally come. I’ve been using his XLR-powered HyperX ProCast for the last two weeks. This is a side-address cardioid condenser microphone designed for serious creators. It features a rich, natural sound, rugged construction, a built-in high-pass filter and -10dB pad, and handy accessories like shock mounts and pop filters. It’s a decent mic, but $249 is too much to really recommend buying.

HyperX ProCast Specifications

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connectivity XLR
frequency response 20Hz to 20,000Hz
Type of microphone condenser
polar pattern cardioid
sensitivity -38dBV/Pa
Maximum input sound level 140dB
Noise (RMS) -118dBV
dynamic range 123dB
signal-to-noise ratio 75dB
Size 5.3 x 4.0 x 8.2 inches
Weight (with shock mount) 0.83 pounds

HyperX ProCast Design

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