This product was recommended by Andrea Chapman from Nature and Bloom
I have been working from home for over a year now, and finding the right equipment to bes used for my communication in various conferences and meetings has been a real challenge for me, until I found one perfect tool that fits my needs. The TONOR Omnidirectional External Microphone has made my experience a lot more convenient because of the better quality sound and reception on both ends of the line. Moreover, in less than $30, it is already made of sturdy materials and is so much easier to use compared to other microphones—just plug it in to your computer and it’s ready. One simple but important feature it has is it provides a visual cue if you’re muted or unmuted in your video. Touch buttons also are all sensitive enough for it to blend and work well with my other devices.
This product was recommended by Scott Winstead from My eLearning World
The Shure MX202 is a great middle-of-the-road choice for a hanging microphone for your conference room. At just under $200, you’ll find it does the job as well if not better than more expensive mics for small conference rooms where people speaking are relatively close to the mic. The mic features a 4-inch long gooseneck. This makes it ideal for aiming towards speakers. While it is a hanging microphone, it could even be used as a table top for individual speakers if you wanted.
This product was recommended by Stephen Curry from CocoSign
This renowned brand AKG has helped make the best hanging microphone for the conference room. These have a wide pickup angle for unobtrusive pick-up in tough places, providing compact solutions for plug and play. Moreover, its seamless twist-free cable allows it to fix and safeguard the designated mic position. One of the best-in-class features of this hanging microphone is that it has a spring steel included hanging clamp for fast and easy installation.