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  1. Razer Seiren V3 Wired USB Type-C Table Microphone Chroma Black

    • USB
    • Microphone frequency: 20 - 20000 Hz
    • Type: Tablet microphone
    • USB connector type: USB Type-C
    £129.99 inc. VAT.
    In stock
  2. Logitech Blue Microphones Yeti Anniversary Edition Table Microphone

    • USB, Headphone output (mini-phone 3.5mm)
    • Professional Audio, Computer - Instrument
    • Vocal, Voice, Broadcast, Recording
    • Mute, Volume, Gain Control
    • With Microphone stand
    • USB cable - detachable
    £129.49 inc. VAT.
    In stock
  3. RAZER Seiren Emote USB Digital Microphone RGB LED Display For Streamers

    • USB - Wired
    • Condenser microphone made for streaming
    • Supercardioid pick-up pattern to reduce background noise
    • Built-in shock mount to dampen vibrations
    • Zero-latency 3.5 mm headphone monitoring port
    • Power required / consumption: 5V 100mA
    £169.99 inc. VAT.
    In stock
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  4. Razer Seiren V3 Mini Wired USB Type-C Table Microphone White RZ19-05050300-R3M1

    • USB
    • Razer Seiren V3 Mini
    • Table Microphone White
    • Microphone direction type: Supercardioid
    • Microphone frequency: 20 - 20000 Hz
    £49.99 inc. VAT.
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  5. Razer Seiren V3 Mini Wired USB Type-C Table Microphone Quartz Metallic

    • USB Type-C
    • Table Microphone
    • Microphone Frequency: 20 - 20000 Hz
    • Microphone Direction Type: Supercardioid
    £49.99 inc. VAT.
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Microphones at Box 

Welcome to our microphones page, where you can find great deals on a huge range of microphones from popular brands such as Shure, Audio-Technica, Razer, Roccat and more. When buying microphones online with us, you can enjoy options for fast delivery. Plenty of choice and not sure which is best for you? Worry not as our guide below is designed to help you make the right choice for your needs. 

Microphone buying guide

Our gaming and streaming mics can be really easy to simply plug in and use as many have USB connections, allowing you to simply connect to your PC or laptop and you’re ready to go. Many of these use a cardioid pattern to pick up sound from your direction whilst blocking out background noise. You can also find low latency which allows your listeners to hear you as you game, ensuring there is no delay between on-screen and audio action. 

Our Vlog and podcasting mics are designed to offer you top studio quality whether you’re in a professional studio or at home in your kitchen. You can choose between microphones on table stands or those with mounting table clamps to ensure that your mic fits perfectly in your space. 

For those who record on their laptops or PCs, USB mics are perfect. alternatively, for those who want to record straight to their phone, you can find 3.5mm jack mics which can be easily plugged into most smartphones

If you’re a lone podcaster, the cardioid mics are a great choice as they pick up sound from just one direction, helping to block out background noise and keep you sounding sharp. However, if you’re in a group or often have guests on your podcasts, then a multidirectional mic would be a better fit so that all speakers can be heard equally. 

With features such as sound cancelling and natural audio reproduction, you can be sure you always sound as authentic as possible. Whilst build-in headphones on select products allow for easy monitoring. 

Vloggers may find the camera mount mics are the best choice. These are great for youtube vloggers because the mic will pick up the sound as you talk to the camera, creating perfect audio-visual synchronisation. 

Condenser mics or dynamic mics? 

You will have seen these words used across our range of microphones, but what do they actually mean? 

A condenser microphone can capture the most delicate sounds, such as higher frequencies, softer sounds and a range of vocals, making them a great choice for studio or quiet room. 

A dynamic microphone on the other hand is ideal for louder environments, as they are not as sensitive. This makes them less delicate and also able to pick up sound in louder environments such as concerts