by Andréa Jones
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Getting into podcasting opens up a world of equipment and tech to geek out about. And if you’re anything like me, podcasting microphones are on that list of equipment.
If you have a Blue Yeti Microphone or any other USB microphone that plugs directly in your computer, you may eventually want to upgrade to a XLR mic for better sound quality and more control over the output.
If you’re ready to upgrade your podcasting mic, I highly recommend considering the Electro Voice RE20 broadcasting microphone. The Electro Voice team reached out to me to review this mic and I’m so glad that they did. This mic produces an excellently clear sound and doesn’t pick up on background noises as much.
Check out my video review for more!
Here are the links I mentioned in this video:
- Electro Voice RE20
- Boom Arm
- Audio Interface
- I unboxed this mic here
- And I unbox the audio interface here
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So what do you think? Would you be willing to try the Electro Voice RE20?
Andréa Jones is fiercely committed to helping businesses and podcasters build profitable communities online through simple social media solutions. Named one of Social Report’s top marketers to follow in 2019, Andréa’s passion for keeping social media simplified shines through for her full service clients and students as well as on her podcast – the Savvy Social Podcast.