Having a great-sounding and reliable microphone is all well and good, but those seeking a proper setup for streaming, podcasting, music production, or the like might want something more. The Maono PD200X and AME2 Podcasting Microphone Equipment Bundle packs both microphone and audio interface prowess into a compete set, offering that added edge of convenience — and at an affordable price to boot.
Retailing for US$179.99 (S$247), the all-purpose device comprises the Maono Caster AME2 Podcasting Console, which can be hooked up to a mic via an XLR or USB-C cable, and the Maono Dynamic PD200X Microphone that ships with the XLR, USB-C, and 3.5mm port options. The audio interface also includes other complimentary accessories, such as a launch pad and various effects spanning DeNoise, auto-tune in 12 keys, and more.
Together, the bundle is a force to be reckoned with — the microphone is a solid offering, while the audio interface offers a lot of fun features. Alone, however, one comes more recommended than the other, and for more reasons than one.
Check out the above video as we delve into the details of each device, take them out for a spin, and pit the Maono Dynamic PD200X microphone against four other models: the Sennheiser Profile Microphone, the Razer Seiren V2 Pro, and the Logitech Blue Yeti. Oh, did we mention there will be memes and musical performances in the video as well?
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