Tonor Q9 review, USB microphone | Test / Review

The Tonor Q9 is one of the cheapest (£60) plug and play USB microphone. This is a short tutorial / review on how to use the Tonor Q9 with Audacity. Includes a comparison with the Sennheiser MKH-416. You can send the Tonor Q9 to your remote podcast guest in case they do not have any sound recording equipment. It will certainly sound better than the audio recorded from a Zoom call using a laptop microphone.

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The Tonor Q9 is one of the cheapest (£60) plug and play USB microphone. This is a short tutorial / review on how to use the Tonor Q9 with Audacity. Includes a comparison with the Sennheiser MKH-416. You can send the Tonor Q9 to your remote podcast guest in case they do not have any sound recording equipment. It will certainly sound better than the audio recorded from a Zoom call using a laptop microphone.

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You can find it under the title “TONOR USB Microphone Kit Q9 Condenser Computer Cardioid Mic for Podcast, Game, YouTube Video, Stream, Recording Music, Voice Over”.

This is a USB microphone that records 16-bit, 48kHz, lacks a 3.5mm headphone jack, has a high noise floor, and picks up a lot of background noise. The package includes a condenser microphone, metal shock mount, adjustable suspension scissor arm stand, desk mount clamp, pop filter, foam mic cover, 1.8M USB A to B cable and manual.

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