HyperX, HewlettPackard’s gaming peripherals division, today introduced three new additions to its microphone portfolio in the form of the HyperX DuoCast, HyperX SoloCast, and QuadCast USB microphones. The white HyperX QuadCast S USB microphone is £160, the HyperX SoloCast, also white, is £65 and the HyperX DuoCast is £100.
HyperX DuoCast USB Microphone
“The DuoCast USB Microphone is designed to meet the needs of PC, PS5TM, PS4TM and Mac professional or beginner streamers. DuoCast uses 24bit HiRes and sample rates up to 96kHz to deliver high quality, crystal clear voice recordings. The microphone also uses a builtin pop filter for cleaner audio capture. The DuoCast features a lowprofile shock absorber, easytoreach gain control, two selectable polar patterns—cardioid and omnidirectional—and a touchtomute feature with convenient LED lighting to indicate broadcast status. DuoCast also offers an RGB light ring that can be customized using the HyperX NGENUITY software. “
Microphone HyperX QuadCast S
“Now available in white, the QuadCast S is a USB microphone with stunning RGB lighting effects, customizable with HyperX NGENUITY software. Equipped with a builtin antivibration mount, a builtin pop filter, and a onetouch mute sensor with LED status indicator, the QuadCast S delivers clear and stable audio during streaming and video conferencing. The QuadCast S microphone offers four pickup patterns—stereo, omnidirectional, cardioid, and bidirectional—to optimize broadcasting and work from home. In addition to an internal pop filter designed to reduce plosives for a clearer sound, the QuadCast S comes with a stand with builtin antivibration damper, quick gain control and a 3.5mm headphone output for live mic monitoring. “
Microphone HyperX SoloCast
“SoloCast offers a USB microphone with easy plugnplay setup. With a new stylematching white color scheme, the microphone uses a cardioid pickup pattern that is more sensitive to sound sources directly in front of the microphone, making it ideal for ingame voice chat, voice audio streaming, and content audio recordings. creation. The microphone offers a touchtomute feature that indicates mute status when the status LED flashes, as well as a stand that rotates to fit various settings for ease of use. Also new for the SoloCast is 24bit HiRes and up to 96kHz sampling rates for high quality, accurate recording. This update is available through the HyperX NGENUITY Firmware Update. “
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