HyperX entered the microphone market in 2019 with their Quadcast USB Microphone and we were quite impressed when we looked at it. Over the past year, we’ve seen a number of different gaming companies enter the XLR realm, typically reserved for more professional devices and dominated by the likes of Rode, Sure, and Audio Technica. Well, today we take a look at HyperX’s first XLR microphone, the ProCast. As the name suggests, the microphone is aimed more at professionals and features a large diaphragm condenser capsule with gold sputtering and comes with an included anti-vibration shock mount and pop filter. Is this the mic to take your audio game to the next level? Read on to find out!
Special thanks to HyperX for providing the ProCast XLR microphone for review.
The ProCast comes in your typical HyperX packaging with a picture of the microphone on the front and some of the key features.
Scrolling backwards, we’ve listed the main features in a handful of different languages and a list of what’s in the box.
To get the most out of the box we include the Procast microphone, shock absorber, pop filter and a quick start guide. It’s quite interesting that this microphone doesn’t come with any sort of stand.