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Recording Stereo Microphones

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  1. Rode Microphones NT4 Dual-Element Stereo Microphone
    Your Price $529.0
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    $465.52
  2. M-Audio Uber Mic
    Your Price $99.0
  3. Audio-Technica AT2022 X/Y recording mic with 1/8" connector
    Your Price $249.0
  4. Audio-Technica AT8024 Mono/Stereo Camera Mount Microphone
    Your Price $249.0
  5. Lewitt Audio Microphones DGT 650 Stereo USB Microphone for iOS, PC, Mac
    Your Price $579.0
  6. Rode Microphones Stereo VideoMic Pro Stereo On-Camera Microphone
    Your Price $224.95
  7. Rode Microphones SVMX Broadcast-Grade Stereo On-Camera Microphone
    Your Price $599.0
  8. Audio-Technica AT8022 X/Y Stereo Microphone
    Your Price $399.0
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    $351.12
  9. Rode Microphones Stereo VideoMic On-Camera Microphone
    Your Price $249.0
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  10. NEAT Microphones Beecaster Professional Desktop USB Microphone
    Your Price $349.0
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Sometimes two is better than one, and ever since the advent of stereo sound, that's definitely been the case when it comes to general-purpose audio recording. While many engineers will position two separate mics to mix together for stereo output, if you're looking for a simpler method to get it done in a pinch, there's no better way than by putting one of these recording stereo microphones in your setup. They're essentially two mics in one, using a pair of aimed elements to generate a stereo signal from a single piece of hardware - perfect for mobile recording rigs or for stereo recording in smaller spaces where two separate microphones would be overkill.

For an on-the-go setup, there are quite a few options here to choose from. The Audio-Technica AT8024 Mono/Stereo Camera Mount Microphone is a versatile example, with the ability to switch modes so you can decide on-the-fly whether you want to record one or two channels. Or, if you're looking for a top-end mobile recording mic with more directionality, check out something like the Rode Microphones SVMX Broadcast-Grade Stereo On-Camera Microphone. There are even stereo mics here for podcasters, like the Lewitt Audio Microphones DGT 650 Stereo USB Microphone, as well as studio-oriented models such as the MXL 990 Large Diaphragm Stereo Condenser Mic. Wherever you want to have native stereo output, there's a mic designed to fit.

Go ahead and take a look through the selection for yourself. Whether you want a traditional design like the Audio-Technica AT8022 X/Y Stereo Microphone or something with more unique styling such as the NEAT Microphones Beecaster Professional Desktop USB Microphone, it's safe to say that you're making the right choice as long as it's the mic that best meets your personal needs and preferences. When two channels are the name of the game, recording stereo microphones are a straightforward way to get the job done.
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