Trust the GXT 212
We are faced with a simple and inexpensive microphone, but not so bad; It features an omnidirectional condenser microphone with a frequency response of 50 to 16,000 Hz with a built-in noise reduction system for clearer communications. It incorporates a tripod with rubber feet to reduce vibrations and noise, and as its connection is via USB, it is compatible with all types of equipment and with all communication software. Easier and cheaper impossible.
Trust the GXT 258 Fyru
This other microphone is much more advanced, ideal for streaming simply because it has a built-in pattern selector that will let you choose between cardioid, bidirectional, stereo, and omnidirectional. It is designed with a high-quality metal housing and a special tripod to hold it on the table, although it also has a standard socket to mount it on a swingarm.
Its frequency response is 30 to 18,000 Hz, and like the previous one, it connects to the computer via USB for ease and convenience. It incorporates noise reduction and, in addition, LED lighting to give the office a more striking aesthetic.
Trust GXT 256 Exxo for streaming
This Trust microphone for streaming connects to the PC also via USB, and is distinguished by several details, starting with its RGB lighting within the internal network which is configurable in colors and effects. It is a cardioid pattern condenser microphone with a frequency response of 30 to 18,000 Hz which stands out for its excellent sensitivity of 130 dB and sampling frequency of 48 KHz, which guarantees very good quality.
It integrates in the body of the microphone a stereo headphone output (minijack) for the self-perception of the voice, an integrated volume control for the microphone and the speakers, and a button to mute it. Includes pop filter, base and spider anchor.
Trust GXT 259 Rudox, studio microphone
This microphone becomes big words for the simple fact that it includes a solid base, a spider anchor and a screen (reflection filter) to attenuate noise so that audio is always recorded in the best possible quality.
It connects to the computer via USB, has a headphone output with volume control for itself and for the microphone itself, it has a pop filter with a hood and its frequency response is 18 at 21,000 Hz, with a sound pressure level of up to 130 dB.
Trust GXT 242 Lance
This monitor is much simpler than the previous ones, but it is just as good for streaming thanks to its digital USB connection which makes it much easier to set up and compatibility. It has a frequency response of 20Hz to 20KHz, with an impedance of 2200 ohms and sensitivity down to -45dB so you don’t miss any detail, not even whispers.
It has a unidirectional / cardioid pattern that helps prevent ambient noise from seeping into the drivetrain, and incorporates a tripod with rubber feet to put it on the table, as well as a spider-type anchor to prevent vibration. ; be careful because in this case this microphone is not compatible with standard swingarm anchors.
Trust the GXT 232 Mantis for streaming
We are faced with another microphone for cheap but good streaming; Shotgun type and omnidirectional pattern (it’s a capacitor), this mic has a frequency response of 50 to 16,000 Hz and, like all previous ones, connects to the PC via USB for added convenience. Out of curiosity, it incorporates a tripod with rubberized feet and also a pop filter which is mounted on the same mount, as you can see in the image above.