Modular microphones have become popular in recent years for a few reasons. For one, they allow you to use your audiophile headphones as a gaming headset, making the transition from music to in-game sounds as smooth as possible. They’re also relatively inexpensive and much less obtrusive than buying a microphone on a boom arm. But with the modular microphone gaining traction, a few key flaws have raised concerns for hardcore gamers and music devotees alike. Enter the Massdrop Minimic. Constructed with a durable aluminum body, a modular cable, 3M dual lock fasteners, and a toggle mute switch, it’s got all the features you need—for less than half the price of the competition.
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