The Fifine A8 Gaming Streaming Microphone comes with three optional RGB modes, and the microphone brings RGB fancier and a better lighting effect experience. You can switch colours and modes with the RGB control key to match your computer setup and room theme. It makes you more enthusiastic and immersive to play games.
I was actually surprised by the audio performance of this mic. Bear in mind, the price tag of sub-£50 for the black (at the time of writing) and a few pounds more if you wanted a colour, most of the other mics in this category are north of that, and the audio performance is very very good! For me, I’d put this into the budget entry-level microphone category for those looking to upgrade from a USB headset mic, some Bluetooth mics, laptop mics, etc, but are on a strict budget.
Fifine A8 Gaming Streaming Microphone Review
I’d say this is targeted at those wanting to level up their audio a notch or you’re just launching into the world of gamers, live streamers, startup podcasters and voiceover talent or even conf callers. The Ampligame A8 from Fifine delivers a big bang for your Fifine buck!
Though I tested this against my Audio Technica AT2020 USB and my Fifine K678 USB for reference, I found the sound reproduction very comparable between the three mics. I played them all back without any audio processing as well. When it comes to the finish, the Ampligame A8 is all plastic and the output of which was mono, however as long as you know this for your downstream settings, you’ll be in good shape. The added bonus of the built-in pop filter, onboard latency-free headphone amp, shock mount, capacitive tap-to-mute and RGB light cycle settings makes the A8 difficult to pass up.
Overall, the Fifine A8 Gaming Streaming Microphone is a great budget-sensitive microphone worth considering!
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