#1
Ok, so I just read the thread which told me i was too cheap, but I have a couple of questions anyway, I've aquired a condenser, and I'm sure it'll be better than my old one, which was somewhat like this:

Yes?

Also, it appears to have a mono 1/4" output, so, it's fairly obvious I'll need a 1/8" jack to jump it into my computer, but what kind exactly, mono, stereo?

Thanks.
#2
you could get either and it will work. however I have never seen a condenser with a 1/4 output, and I have also not seen a condenser that does not require phantom power of some nature
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#3
ive never gotten a good sound this way. if you want a mic that will plug straight into your computer try the at2020 usb mic
#4
using quarter inch or eighth inch jacks for mics is always going to be low quality. i understand your probably on a budget but if you want to get high connectivity and quality, get a mixer with XLR inputs and an XLR microphone. make sure the mixer has phantom power too, as most condensers require this.
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#5
Yeh, i'm on an extreme budget.

you could get either and it will work. however I have never seen a condenser with a 1/4 output, and I have also not seen a condenser that does not require phantom power of some nature


My bad, I'm subconsciously GASing, I meant Dynamic.