see less Whoa. I have a Samson Meteor Mic and I can't find a solution to my problems anywhere on the internet. : P I'm not sure what i can do about it now. One knock against the Meteor, which makes some sense to me, is that those built-in tripod legs are not always easy to position. The Samson Meteor is a USB ‘plug and play' condenser mic. After one of the latest Win10 updates my Samson Meteor USB mic working very strange. You can also use the Meteor Mic with iPads by plugging it into the dock connector via a USB adapter. So as a result, the high sensitivity of the microphone causes a lot of background noise to be prevalent. So it works but only if I play sound through my headphones. There's not really any way around this, except by recording in a low volume, gaining and (lightly) compressing it … I have three main problems. The fold-back legs adjust so it's at the right angle for sitting or standing, and it has a mic adapter for boom mounting. It now recognizes as Audio Endpoint and only capture sound in "Listen to this device" mode. The Samson Meteor mic is a condenser microphone. It does not have drivers (per the manufacturer). Record your music right onto a computer with this Samson Meteor Mic USB microphone. Many USB mics won’t work on the iPad as they require too much power, making the Meteor Mic … The other day after recording some vocals on Audacity with no issues, I wanted to try Ableton Live 10 so I downloaded a demo, but the Mic … The microphone does work on other machines, so I see their point. the Samson Meteor) have an output for say a headphone too, but many don’t. It shows up as an "unspecified" device. With that in mind, I was interested to get a look at the Meteor, Samson's higher-end vocal condenser mic. So I just bought the Samson Meteor microphone (Amazing : P) But i just noticed a problem, RealTek doesn't want to recognize my microphone. Before I got the Samson, I used a headset microphone, whice used a jack to connect to my Pc. I'm using a Macbook Pro 2015 with Sierra (10.12.6). Its patented fold-back legs allow you to set up and record in seconds. In the studio, the announcer may find himself bending over at an awkward angle to hit the fat part of the diaphragm. This Samson Meteor Mic USB microphone has 44.1/48 kHz audio resolution, and it comes with a USB cable and carry bag. Perfect for your desktop studio, Meteor Mic gives you the classic sound quality of a large diaphragm studio condenser mic in a small portable design. I have a Samson Meteor Mic that I have been using for a couple of years with no problems whatsoever. I tried to reinstall drivers, delete device, installed another drivers from Relatek and so on but nothing helped. I'm a big fan of Samson's dynamic Q2U mic, which is probably the piece of kit I find myself recommending the most. My problem is that it doesn't work on the machine I purchased it for. Installing a Samson Meteor USB Microphone on Windows 7. Meteor Mic USB Studio Condenser Microphone is the universal solution for recording at home or on the road. I already tried reinstalling RealTek, a lot, but it didn't work. A usb microphone is a microphone and an audio interface in one. Using a usb mic with Studio One means that you have to choose that mic as your audio … The C01 and 2 work well with a floor stand or overhead arm. Hello. Some of them (e.g.