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Audio-Technica ATH-M20x Headphones + AT2005 USB/XLR Microphone EXPIRED

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Focus Camera has Audio-Technica ATH-M20x Headphones + AT2005 USB/XLR Microphone for $49.99. Slickdeals Cashback is available for this store. Shipping is free.

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Includes:
  • Audio-Technica AT2005USB/XLR Cardioid Dynamic USB Microphone
  • Audio-Technica ATH-M20x Professional Monitor Headphones
  • Stand Clamp for 5/8-inch-27 Threaded Stands
  • Tripod Desk Stand
  • 6.3mm (1/4-inch) Snap-On Plug Adapter
  • Mini-B to USB-A Cable (6.6 feet)
  • Mini-B to USB-C Cable (6.6 feet)
Features:
  • Mic has a built-in headphone jack for convenient monitoring
  • Cardioid polar pattern reduces pickup of unwanted sounds
  • Plug-and-play USB-A and USB-C operation
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TDBURN asked this question on 02-02-2022 at 10:07 AM
02-02-2022 at 10:07 AM
This will help you make that call:

https://youtu.be/ZsxyWBl-fbI?t=101

(my answer would be "both" - as in, it will sound better if you're about 6 inches away, but 1-2 feet away will work fine for your average Zoom meeting - especially if you up the mic gain a bit.)
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Thanks OP. Will be cancelling my order for Blue Yeti Nano.
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Is this headphone sufficient for digital piano use? Was looking to buy ATH-M50X, but the price point of this deal seems like a no brainer.
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Is this headphone sufficient for digital piano use? Was looking to buy ATH-M50X, but the price point of this deal seems like a no brainer.
I use the Sony MDR-V6 and ATH-M50X that I used for my synth and guitar, and I've been super impressed with the ATH-M20X. They're really light and less janky than my more expensive headphones, so I just leave those hooked up and take the M20Xs with me now. I now use the M20Xs with my Nintendo Switch and when I'm watching shows or mixing in my laptop. They're balanced, so the sound is natural, it's what you want when practicing an instrument anyway.
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Received the package after 2 days for free shipping. The headphones sounds natural and don't have lots bass boosted. The sound quality is a lot better than the apple headset.
The microphone is really impressive and has rich sound. I connected this on my android phone with the USB c cable included in the box and it works!
Great buy!
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Got this exact headphone alone for teen kid back in 2018 for $40.00 and they are still going strong. I nab them when watching shows on an ipad.

Anyone know an easy way to mic up a digital piano that has a record function without getting all fancy and bulky with a boom stand or midi? Have kids that want to record singing along with piano playing.
Not sure how fancy this is, but many digital pianos have a USB out that you can connect to PC. If yours has USB but you don't want a PC connected, there are adaptors to connect to apple devices to pull the output directly into something like GarageBand (which is free on those devices).
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Not sure how fancy this is, but many digital pianos have a USB out that you can connect to PC. If yours has USB but you don't want a PC connected, there are adaptors to connect to apple devices to pull the output directly into something like GarageBand (which is free on those devices).

Thanks for this input, good to know. My real issue is needing an easy microphone solution as the piano has a record function built into it. Kids want to record singing along to their piano playing...I don't want the bulk and cost of boom stand/mic setup. Thought nowadays there would be an easier workaround for something smaller.
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Thanks for this input, good to know. My real issue is needing an easy microphone solution as the piano has a record function built into it. Kids want to record singing along to their piano playing...I don't want the bulk and cost of boom stand/mic setup. Thought nowadays there would be an easier workaround for something smaller.
You can use XLR cable to connect this microphone to a sound card device/mixer, that can also receive the piano input recording.

Or so get Samson G-Track Pro Professional USB, that has an additional input source into the microphone.
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The mic can be used with usb to usb, xlr to usb, xlr to xlr cables. But if you use XLR port, headphone (monitor/playback) port doesn't work.
For a newbie to XLR (I hear it's what's used for pro audio). Please Do explain..
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I use the Sony MDR-V6 and ATH-M50X that I used for my synth and guitar, and I've been super impressed with the ATH-M20X. They're really light and less janky than my more expensive headphones, so I just leave those hooked up and take the M20Xs with me now. I now use the M20Xs with my Nintendo Switch and when I'm watching shows or mixing in my laptop. They're balanced, so the sound is natural, it's what you want when practicing an instrument anyway.
I was keen on VFM price for a 'natural' soundstage. Doe they fit the bill for that & esp how is the siundtwge when compared to 50X ?
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in for 1, great deal
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