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USB Condenser Microphone [Project]
posted June 5 2014 12:49.54 by spic0m




15 years old instructables member Angelo build a homebrew USB condenser microphone for recording audio at home. Utilizing a USB soundcard (DAC), a transistor preamp circuit, and two microphones, all enclosed inside an Altoids tin box. The resulting setup has cardioid pickup pattern, smooth frequency response and 16-bit output, and 44.1/48kHz resolution, which gives you professional audio results under the budget of $10.


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