Trust Electronics has launched its GXT 255+ ONYX professional microphone with an arm. According to the company, The GXT 255+ ONYX professional membrane microphone with cardioid record pattern allows users to stream content smoothly in the highest and purest sound quality, making it ideal for podcasts, vlogs, voice-overs, music recording, or streaming on YouTube, Twitch, and Facebook.
With a cardioid audio pattern, a shock mount, zero-latency monitoring, and a steel boom arm included, the Trust Onyx Professional Microphone delivers everything required for studio-quality audio recording. Plus, the adjustable LED lighting ring with six colors brings quality recordings to life. The recording is instant and effortless with the Onyx thanks to its simple USB connection. A hub with one additional USB port is also included for extra convenience.
Designed with content creators in mind, this professional membrane microphone is adept at streaming, recording, and broadcasting any kind of content. Thanks to the cardioid pattern, background noise is reduced, which makes this microphone suitable for podcasts, voice-overs, live streams, and instrument recordings. Every sound made will be captured in the highest possible quality.
The Onyx’s studio-grade boom arm is made from sturdy aluminum to reduce unwanted sounds from vibration. The arm is fully adjustable, allowing users to secure the best position and angle to record while keeping an eye on ergonomics at the same time. Clamping onto a table, the stand saves space, and a hidden cable keeps your desk clean.
Several pro features are included in the Onyx design. The shock mount reduces the sound of any movement, while the pop filter filters out unwanted popping sound for crystal-clear quality. Furthermore, the zero-latency headphone monitoring port lets users listen to what they are recording in real-time, without any delay. Situated on the body of the microphone is the gain dial which allows users to quickly adjust the audio sensitivity. There is also an easy-access mute control on the body which turns the LED light when in use.