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  • Ideal for Podcasting, Voice Overs, Portable & Home Recording
  • High SPL Handling great for recording drums and loud guitar amps
  • Works well with most DAW software like Garageband, Logic, Cubase, Studio One, Tracktion
  • Crisp Sound, Blocks Background Noise
  • Plug-N-Play no drivers needed

Easy Solution for Podcasting, Voice Overs, and Home Recording 
The HHMU-10 from LyxPro is an easy solution when it comes to podcasting or doing a voice over for YouTube video clips.

Less of the Unwanted Room Noise
The HHMU-10 will give you a very nice and clear recording while at the same time because of its super-cardioid polar pattern and dynamic capsule it will pick up less of the unwanted room noise, which makes it ideal when recording on the road or in an untreated room.

Simply Plug 'N Play
LyxPro HHMU-10 does not require any set up its plug 'n play simple as that, whether it's on a desktop computer or laptop, at home or office, on the road or in a classroom.

High SPL Handling
The HHMU-10 is also capable of handling high spl like drums, trumpets, and loud guitar amps etc.

Works with Most DAW Software
The HHMU-10 works well with most daw software like:
Studio One

Complete Package
The HHMU-10 is a complete package that includes:
Microphone Clip
Desktop Tripod Stand
8 Ft USB Cable
1-Year Warranty

Element: Dynamic
Connections: USB Port
Polar Pattern: Supercardioid
Frequency Response: 40Hz-16khzm
Sensitivity: -52db±3db (0db=1V/Pa At 1khz)
Output Impedance: 600?±30% (At 1khz)

ConditionBrand New (New)
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Edison, NJ, United States
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