EPOS has unveiled their latest solution for streamers and other content creators who seek studio-quality audio—the B20 broadcast microphone.
This sleek new USB mic looks to give the competition a run for their money, boasting high-resolution, 24bit 48kHz audio and a suite of other features to up your game, like background noise reduction.
“The B20 is ideal for players wishing to elevate the quality of their recording, broadcasting and audio communications,” said EPOS’ Director of Global Marketing, Gaming, Maja Sand-Grimnitz. “We pride ourselves on developing products that fully immerse people into games, and we are proud the B20 continues this legacy.”
The company’s 115 years of experience in audio engineering are brought to bear in the B20, delivering clear sound without giving up the warmth of deep bass and treble tones. Simple exterior controls allow users to toggle between 4 pickup modes—cardiod, stereo, bidirectional, or omnidirectional—depending on the recording circumstances. There are also on-board volume, gain, and mute buttons, the latter of which includes a light to conveniently display if the mic is live or muted.
Monitor the mic and tweak your mix in real-time with the EPOS B20’s built-in headphone jack, while a dedicated desk stand can discretely place its compact, lightweight aluminum body in the heart of your desktop setup. Alternately, boom arms and other stands can be connected to its 3/8-inch thread. EPOS has users covered from the software perspective as well with its Gaming Suite, allow a bevy of options to be tweaked and perfected, including noise reduction, reverb, and equalization.
With its USB-C to USB-A connection, EPOS’s new mic could be the next great investment for new amateur content creators, from podcasters to streamers. The B20 is available now on the company’s website or through selected retailers, at a suggested price of $259 CDN.