TONOR TC-777 USB Microphone Review

TONOR TC-777 USB Microphone

There are not many microphones on the market that have caught my attention; however, I recently came across the TONOR TC-777 USB Microphone on Amazon – and I was pleasantly surprised with the find.

Why do you ask? Well, there are a number of microphones on the market that only come with one or two accessories; however, the TONOR TC-777 USB Microphone comes standard with everything you need. That’s right, you get the pop filter, shock mount, and a tripod. This means no needless searching for compatible accessories.

With all the accessories included, set up is also pretty easy as the TONOR TC-777 USB Microphone runs as a plug and play device- which ultimately means that you can just plug it in and it’s ready to use… even on a PlayStation 4 Pro. To add to the mix, it is also supported by Windows, Linux, and Apple devices.

With set up being a breeze, I was a bit concerned with the sound quality; however, after spending a couple of hours recording some voice, I found that the sound quality had rivaled some of the best microphones on the market. The reason behind this… well, I do voice-over work from time to time and the TONOR TC-777 USB Microphone did a stellar job of capturing my voice with quality and precision.

This means, that if you are not a gamer, it is also pretty handy when it comes to voice-over recordings, streaming on social platforms, and even just having a bit of fun recording some audio.

With all this included, you would expect to pay a pretty penny for the TONOR TC-777 USB Microphone; however, it rocks a decent price of $39.

So… What’s in the box? What You Get: 1 x Microphone with Power Cord, 1 x Foldable Mic Tripod, 1 x Mini Shock Mount, 1 x Pop Filter, 1 x Manual, and 1 x Service Card.

The TONOR TC-777 USB Microphone is not only a solid microphone to use, but it also looks good and performs well. It’s super-easy to set up and does not take up a lot of space. Overall, if you are looking for a decent microphone, then the TONOR TC-777 USB Microphone is the way to go.

By: Darryl Linington
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