You can currently find the JLab Talk Pro professional plug-and-play USB microphone on sale for $81.09 through Amazon. That's a low price and worth talking about because Best Buy currently has the JLab Pro advertised as a "Deal of the Day," but it's only at $90. Save some money at Amazon. Plus the street price is around $120, and you can find it going for even more than that at other retailers. At this low price it's essentially the same price as its lesser version, the JLab Talk, which is going for $80 right now in most places.
Both the Jab Talk and the Jab Talk Pro USB condenser mics are on sale at Best Buy today as part of Best Buy's deals of the day. The regular Jlab Talk is down to $59.99 and the Pro version is on sale for $89.99. The regular mic price matches the lowest we've ever seen, and the Pro version is within $10 of the best price we've ever seen. Either option is a great deal and the prices will expire tonight.
The mid-tier mic in the Jlab Talk series that strikes a great balance between cost and performance. Get professional-sounding audio with the four directional pattern modes you can choose from, gain adjustment, volume control, and plenty of other feautres that help you get the sound just right.
The JLab Talk series is a great lineup of easy-to-use mics that can help you improve how you sound. Whether you're doing voice overs for a YouTube video or looking to produce a new podcast, you'll be able to get studio-quality sound with these mics. Both mics include three condensers and tons of control for you.
You'll get professional-grade recordings up to 96kHz/24BIT with the Jlab Talk or up to 192kHz and 24BIT with the Pro mic, giving you clear, detailed audio every time. You can optimize the sound based on your needs, too, so you'll sound great even if you're just joining a Zoom call.
The four directional patterns are key to how your audio gets picked up. The pattern you use depends on what you're trying to do. Cardioid, for example, is a popular choice for gamers trying to stream because it's designed to pick up all the sounds coming from the front of the mic (i.e. your voice) while not picking up the sounds coming directly behind the mic (like your keyboard or mouse clicks). Experiment with the other patterns, too, especially if you want to record an instrument or work with a partner to do some voiceovers or something like that.
You'll also get some other features like gain adjustment, volume control, a 3.5mm aux input for real-time listening, and more. Since the mics are plug-and-play, you will not need any extra drivers or anything to get going either.
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J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now covers deals for Android Central, iMore, and Windows Central. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.