The compact mic – it measures less than three inches – incorporates sophisticated sound processing that highlights the sounds of speech and minimizes background noise. Even the clacking of keys if you’re typing while talking is filtered out. If you want to use the mic for another purpose – recording music, for example – the processing can be turned off with the flick of a switch to provide a rich, natural sound.
The compact mic can be plugged directly into an available PC or Mac USB port, or slipped into a provided USB extension cable if you prefer to position it elsewhere. There are separate front and back microphones to provide maximum audio flexibility.
The Tiki will be available soon for $59 – more information is available at bluemic.com.