Razer Seiren Mini Review :
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Today we are going to look at Razer Seiren Mini, Razer Seiren Mini comes at 50 dollars. You can pick it up in three different colors. You have white quartz pink and you have your standard razer black. In the box. You get your paperwork, the Micro USB cable, the stand, and the mic itself for design.
Razer Seiren Mini Review: You get a nice sleek minimalist, look that forms a pill-shaped body, that’s, built from plastic and does feel like a cheap 50 dollar microphone. The mic itself is super compact and lightweight standing at just over 6 inches tall and comes in at a weight of about half a pound.
It features a super-cardioid pickup pattern to help eliminate background noise and focus primarily on what’s in front of the microphone. It also has a built-in shock mount that should help with some vibrations and, as I mentioned before, the stand does allow you to tilt the siren mini to help better suit.
Any angle you may be using this microphone in its plug and play right out of the box and razer is obviously targeting the budget microphone team with the new razer siren mini.
It comes in at just 6.4 inches tall as well as just 3.5 inches across at the base of the microphone itself, so super small.
Obviously, the microphone can be used in conjunction with the included base, along with the adapter, when you screw that adapter out, though you do have a 5 8 of an inch thread, opening which is very standard for boom arms.
Razer Seiren Mini Review: So if you wanted to use this with a boom arm, if you already have one, you’re, most likely going to be able to attach it. You could easily do that with this adapter or the opening they have on the bottom of it, and I would say if you’re, going to use it. I would use it in connection with boom, just so you can get it closer to your mouth and have better volume overall with the microphone as far as the base itself, though, it is all plastic, so I mean, besides, like the microphone’s, grading Itself is metal, but the base all plastic.
You do have a ball joint towards the bottom, which allows you to tilt it around, which is kind of nice to get a little bit better angle for the microphone. Picking up your voice, it’s, not you know the most sturdy-feeling thing and for fifty dollars I wasn’t expecting like a metal base, so a little bit chintzy as far as the feel of it, but overall, It feels nice.
The microphone comes with a stand, however, it places it very low on your desk. I would advise you to get a stand separately if you want to have the microphone closer to your mouth, because, as most of you probably already know the closer the microphone to the source, the better the quality is going to be.
It’s behind the keyboard. So if we’re gonna write. The keys clicking nothing the most satisfying way now. If I can bring this closer to me.
Probably the sound of the keys is going to be a little bit better and, of course, if you place the microphone next to the mouth, the audio of it sounds way much better. If you’re planning to create your own podcast, you’re a YouTuber who wants to use it for voiceovers, live streams, or a gamer who wants to spice up your voice while playing.
Razer Seiren Mini Review: Then this is one of the best budget options in the market right now it is quick and simple to set up and use. The quality is great, and the thing that is a USB mic makes it super easy to connect even on an iPad or iPhone with an adapter and start sharing your thoughts on a podcast without any special preparation.
There are only two things I would consider downsides on the siren mini. Doesn’t have a mute button, something that would be welcomed with joy in a future model upgrade, and that, because it is a USB mic adding in a second one can complicate things.
For example, if you want to use it for podcasts and you want to have a guest, there are ways to use two of them, but it’s, never an optimal setup. I really like what you can do with the razer siren mini, and I was definitely impressed with the quality that comes out of this tiny microphone.
If you are looking to get a very easy-to-use USB mic at a fair price, then this will be a choice. Finally, it was impressive and worth 50 dollars. I give of 4.5 out of 5.0 rating and I hope you enjoy this review. let’s give thoughts on this mic.