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Images of items I have purchased.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Zefan, Jun 29, 2016.

  1. LuckyBenski

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    Ahem... "Personal pleasure device tester and reviewer", please.
     
  2. AndyCr15

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    Whatever brings the money in, right?!
     
  3. Captain

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    I also got a USB Mic. :)

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  4. bastic

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    what mic is that and any good ?
    wife wants one for her zoom classes she now gives.
    thanks
     
  5. mrbell1984

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    They must be selling millions of usb mics and HD cams right now.

    Streaming just got bigger.
     
  6. bastic

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    same goes for gym equipment...try buying a kettle bell now lol
     
  7. Captain

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    It’s the HyperX quadcast, quality of the device is great, cost me £109.

    Audio quality isn’t the best you can buy but it’ll do for streaming or chatting on Discord etc. :)
     
  8. mrbell1984

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    @AndyCr15 probably purchased them all that will be why.
     
  9. LuckyBenski

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    I think mostly the thousands of people working from home or trying to stay in touch with family are putting a strain on stock.
     
  10. mrbell1984

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    I agree.
     
  11. bastic

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    need to do some research then.

    she gives music lessons so mic needs to be good to pick music up
     
  12. Captain

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    Yeah, took me 6 weeks to find the HyperX in stock!
     
  13. Captain

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    It’s the easiest solution, USB straight into the computer.

    You can go for a studio mic but they are XLR connection so you have to go down the route of a DAC etc.

    Have a look at the Blue yeti mic, gets great reviews. :)
     
  14. Craig1981

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    Been a while since I got any American soda.
     
  15. Minibiker

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    Good choice... I'm addicted to the Fanta Shokata at the moment :cool:
     
  16. Captain

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    I’ve tried most but Fanta lemon is still the best for me.
     
  17. Craig1981

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    Of the American flavours, I love grape, fruit punch and green apple the most :)
     
  18. AndyCr15

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    I've not bought any kettle bells :p I Bought three sets of dumbbells... one by mistake, which I sold on under cost :)
     
  19. InvaderGIR

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    Do some proper research, there are different types of mics and they suit different applications ( for a quick guide https://www.musicianonamission.com/types-of-microphones/ ), for music you won't want to be using a conventional podcast type mic, they are built to pick up voice better than instruments. I'd suggest spending proper money and not buying the cheaper options of streamer/podcast mics...but do your own research of course.
     
  20. Diddums

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    Ah that's a shame, gym equipment is a cracking investment right now, have a look in the stocks and shares thread for more info. Some experts on the matter in there.