paul wheaton wrote:Just making a note before I forget. I have now gone through about twelve different headsets with microphones. And I now have a clear favorite:
link to amazon
The microphone quality is excellent. It is very comfortable. But there are two features on this that I never knew were features on any headset that I really like.
1) the connector on the end looks like a micro-usb connector. I haven't tried connecting that to anything. What I have used is that this connector came with several adaptors that would convert this to the many different things I need. Sometimes a connector dramatically reduces the quality, but this has excellent quality.
2) the cord is covered in cloth. Like some old school irons. It is just .... aesthetically pleasing. Neat!
I tried headsets that were as expensive as $200. And this headset is the best, but only $50.
way late to the discussion but i was going to advise the same. too many youtubers and podcasters take these configuration settings for granted.
Matt Walker wrote:You will need to check your sample rate in the software and set that in the _____ when you select "Audio I/F." Pro audio gear often runs at 44.1kHz, while pro video is often 48kHz. Check your video software settings and make sure the _____ and the video software are set to the same frequency. Good luck, hopefully it goes smoothly for you.