PowerCast M300 Manual
The large, 16mm condenser allows for a higher sound sample and dynamic range to optimize quality for true-to-life audio.
Get comfortable with the flexibility and stability of this mic. Turn it around 180° to find the angle that works for you, or move the base 360° in any direction you please.
Show off your style by picking from 23 RGB colors for your microphone’s bottom light, or set up the right ambience for your audience.
It doesn’t get easier than this. Just plug the microphone in to the device of your choice and use it, hassle-free.
With onboard gain control, you can turn on mute and adjust the volume with ease. Turn it up to pick up quiet voices or turn it down when you know you’re going to get loud.
Hear what your audience is hearing. Use the headphone jack to listen to the sound of your own voice so you can adjust your audio accordingly in real-time.
I bought this mic to replace my built-in headset mic when gaming. The sound quality is fantastic! I’ve had no issues with it so far in terms of system discoverability or sound quality. I’ve also used this mic for work when creating audio files and the quality is 10x better than my previous mic. It’s also built very nicely and the RGB compliments my RGB build. I plan on buying a mic stand/boom so that I can keep up off my desk. The documentation also includes the thread size for mounting compatibility which was a happy surprise.
PowerCast M300 Microphone
The microphone is great! Simple to set up and use. Does everything I need it to do. I record a large of videos and this microphone ensures I have clear audio and does not obscure the video.
Got tired of hearing "Uh, you sound different" when I was using my webcam's mic, after my headphones BT mic was incompatible with Windows upon system upgrade. Seriously, I couldn't use my BT mic because it couldn't switch intelligently from "headphones" to "handsfree-phone" modes smoothly, so I had to use a dedicated microphone which was *torturous*. My parakeets in the other room filled and echoed in every work conference call!
So, I picked this up on a whim, and after sampling my audio, and running a few calls with friends in games, everyone literally said "this is better, thank you" after having to navigate my noisy noises for months.
When I want to play games in VR with friends, it works well to pick up my voice in the ambient air, instead of me having to troubleshoot passing Mic from Quest to PCVR over the network, etc. Instead, it just works.
$50 is more than my cheapo self is willing to usually pay for something that *already kinda works* at home, but in this case it was worth the gamble and the resulting improvement were instantaneous.
Really everything you would want for your video conference. (Maybe without the blue light). Quality sound and easy to use. What more could you ask. Anker products have not disappointed me and I do not hesitate to recommend this microphone.