Is this the best budget microphone for under $25? Here’s everything you need to know about the Fifine 669 and the type of sound quality you can expect.

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USB Plug & Play

Fifine 669 USB Plug-n-Play

Out of the box the Fifine 669 comes packaged with everything you need to hit the ground running. That’s the microphone, tripod, and USB connector.

The best thing about the Fifine is how it just works. Plug it into any USB port on your computer for univeral plug-n-play. No Drivers or software to install as it works with any Windows, Mac, or Linux computers.

Comparing Against Samson C01

Samson C01

This budget mic is not for everyone, but it is suitable if you are looking for an affordable solution to record vocals for podcasting and radio broadcasting. We tested the Fifine 669 against the Samson C01 to see how it compares.

On first impression, the Samson does better in terms of audio quality. You can really tell a difference as the Fifine doesn’t sound as good. However, the Samson is nearly double the price, twice the size, and doesn’t come with its own mic stand.

Best Budget Microphone?

Fifine 669 Microphone

The Fifine 669 is quite suprising. It’s does a good job of capturing audio for vocals, instruments, and even background. So, it will definitely get the job done for most audio recordings, but I wouldn’t recommend it if you are aiming for something a little more professional.

Overall, it’s a rock solid entry level mic. It’s not perfect for every situation, but for the price, you can’t really go wrong.