Posted 13 July 2006 - 10:10 PM
What is the difference between a USB and an analog microphone?
A USB microphone is digital, so it does not suffer from line noise. This means a USB microphone may have higher quality input. Things that may cause interference with USB Microphones are the number of devices actively using the USB hub at the time. USB microphones also act as their own sound cards. When you plug in a USB microphone, the operating system should automatically detect and enable it as your primary recording device. When you unplug your USB microphone, your operating system will automatically enable your primary sound card/recording/onboard device again. If you need to adjust the microphone settings, open the sound control panel in your operating system.
Note: With a USB Microphone, you are bypassing the capabilities of your soundcard.
So an adapter/converter should work. The kind that come with USB headsets.
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