JLab GO or Talk Plug & Play USB Microphones (Refurbished)

  • Basic specs on the Go: small, portable, 96kHz sample rate, 2 condensers, 2 directional patterns, volume control, quick mute
  • Basic specs on the Talk: a little bigger, 96kHz sample rate, 3 condensers, 4 directional patterns, volume & gain control, quick mute
  • Great for podcasting, presenting, or clear calls
  • Favorite dog breed: JLabrador retriever
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Talk It Up

Are you an aspiring podcaster?

Maybe you are. Maybe you’re not. Maybe you think you’re not now, but in two months you’re going to be like, “Dang, I really wish there was a comedic Chopped recap podcast to listen to,” and you’ll decide to be the change you want to see in the world.

The problem is, it’s hard to start a new podcast because there are so many out there already. How do you get people to listen? And when they do, how will you sound? And not just: will you be funny, organized, and insightful? But also literally, will the sound quality be okay?

All podcast listeners have had that experience, right? You come across a show that seems right in your wheelhouse, so you download an episode, try to listen to it, and it’s like one host is recording from inside a running shower with the mic two rooms away, and the other has built their recording studio in a dryer set on endless tumble.

It’s miserable. And moreover, it’s avoidable. This isn’t 1985. You don’t need a full radio studio set-up to record your podcast about what The Mandalorian can tell us about geo-political tensions or whatever. You can sound totally acceptable with a simple at-home mic.

Like these refurbished options, from JLab.

Now, you have two options. The Go is smaller and more portable, with a 96kHz sample rate, 2 condensers, 2 directional patterns, volume control, and quick mute. The Talk is not as compact, features the same sample rate and quick mute capabilities, but has 3 condensers, 4 directional patterns, and volume & gain control. And they’re priced like a decent lunch or a decent lunch and a beer or two, respectively.

And by the way, these aren’t just for podcasters. They’re great for giving online presentations for work, or just having a nice, clear-sounding Zoom call catch-up with a buddy you haven’t talked to in a while.

So get one. Seriously. It’s 2023. A good mic is easy to find.

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