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USB Microphone Kit Q9 Condenser Computer Cardioid Mic for Podcast, Game, YouTube Video, Stream, Recording Music, Voice Over $37.49

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Amazon will not price match anymore. They actually make you go through the process of returning and reordering.
Strange, they just did a price adjustment for me a couple months ago.
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This has a C on fakespot. Anyone have fist hand experience with this?
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You can message them for a price match...
hmmmm.. nope.
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This has a C on fakespot. Anyone have fist hand experience with this?
Fakespot is just an affiliate link site.. don't drink the koolaid.
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Fakespot is just an affiliate link site.. don't drink the koolaid.
Fair enough, ordered one even though I probably dont need it.
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Those days are over.
In the past 5 years, I've successfully price matched Zero items, even with items I've bought FROM amazon. As in, Monday I buy a pillow, Tuesday it goes on sale for $10 cheaper.

EVEN TOOK THE TIME TO EXPLAIN TO THE 'WORKER' ON THE OTHER END "If I return this, you'll be left with a used product that you cannot sell or will have to sell used, and will be essentially losing more money than you would if you just gave me back the difference"

But nope. Returned it, they are left to figure out how to deal with a returned/used item, meanwhile, I re-order same exact item as a better price.

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I have a similar experience I purchased a PC case and 2 days later it goes on sale 50$ cheaper and when I asked them to please issue a partial refund since its within the 7 day period. (Found this online it used to be 30 day partial refund price difference period) They just gave me a basic response saying were sorry our items and stock change often as do our prices but that I could return it for a refund which would mean taking apart the whole PC and sending back for 50$ plus time spent wouldn't even be worth the trouble. I also left that in my review and they wouldn't post it ofcourse.
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I have a similar experience I purchased a PC case and 2 days later it goes on sale 50$ cheaper and when I asked them to please issue a partial refund since its within the 7 day period. (Found this online it used to be 30 day partial refund price difference period) They just gave me a basic response saying were sorry our items and stock change often as do our prices but that I could return it for a refund which would mean taking apart the whole PC and sending back for 50$ plus time spent wouldn't even be worth the trouble. I also left that in my review and they wouldn't post it ofcourse.
why would you take the PC apart again? Just start the refund, order the new case, wait for the new case to arrive, send the new case back with the old case refund request. It's not like those cases are serialized.
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why would you take the PC apart again? Just start the refund, order the new case, wait for the new case to arrive, send the new case back with the old case refund request. It's not like those cases are serialized.

Interesting! I actually thought they knew which item number (labels on the box) was sent out and that they were onto this type of action? Is this fact or are you guessing?
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USB mics are a great way to learn to hate windows 10.
Nah, there's other ways. Like installing updates. That being said USB audio is easy to work with as long as you understand how Windows messes with your settings every time you add a new device or plug it into a different USB port.

As for the deal - if it were <$20 it would be slick. At this price point get the Snowball.
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Nah, there's other ways. Like installing updates. That being said USB audio is easy to work with as long as you understand how Windows messes with your settings every time you add a new device or plug it into a different USB port.

As for the deal - if it were <$20 it would be slick. At this price point get the Snowball.
I was wondering how it stacked up against a Blue Snowball/Yeti. For what you get at only $37.50 I felt it was a pretty good deal. Does anyone have experience with both this and a Blue mic to compare? I've already purchased this one and I'm happy, I'm just curious and it seems like the blue would be a little more portable lol.
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I was wondering how it stacked up against a Blue Snowball/Yeti. For what you get at only $37.50 I felt it was a pretty good deal. Does anyone have experience with both this and a Blue mic to compare? I've already purchased this one and I'm happy, I'm just curious and it seems like the blue would be a little more portable lol.
Check YouTube for some reviews of this kit, just search for tonor q9. As you would expect it is not for professional work obviously but seems adequate for simple streaming mic.

The blue microphones will be better. Just comes down to what you want to pay.

I am new to streaming and don't want to sink much money into it so this seems better than using my Cloud II headset mic. For the price I figured it is worth a test run.
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The lovely folks at Tonor reached out to me after reading my post and they were able to help me out and refund me the difference! All the needed was my Amazon order #.. I'm happy to give them my business now so I bought one more for a gift and had my cousin pick one up for his podcasting.
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Check YouTube for some reviews of this kit, just search for tonor q9. As you would expect it is not for professional work obviously but seems adequate for simple streaming mic.

The blue microphones will be better. Just comes down to what you want to pay.

I am new to streaming and don't want to sink much money into it so this seems better than using my Cloud II headset mic. For the price I figured it is worth a test run.
I should have prefaced by saying I'll be using this for podcasts at home and voice over work when I'm working on personal stuff.
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Would this work with an Android phone? Looks like Android phones that support USB OTG can work with USB mics, but not sure about the power requirements.
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