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We are now taking applications from vendors for the Northern Colorado Amateur Radio Club 2018 Winter Hamfest.

This Hamfest is the first for the year in Colorado and is attend by 500 plus patrons each year. For the foreseeable future, our 447.275 repeater will be linked to the 447.750 RMHam repeater on Lee Hill (near Boulder).

Whether you’re recording your band or creating a podcast, the microphone you use can mean the difference between and amateur production and a professional one.

In this article, writer Michael Miller examines the 10 best USB microphones today at various price levels – and helps you decide which is right for your needs.

The Tech Fest will be held on Saturday, November 11th, 2017, at the Lakewood Elks Lodge, 1455 Newland Street, Lakewood, CO. By pooling people, equipment, providing training, and Q & A sessions, we hope to provide you the tools to be proficient and help you to be a more valuable member of this communications team.

Tech Fest runs from AM to PM, with a 1-hour break for lunch. For morning talk-in, we’ll be using the 145.145 CRA Repeater Working HF and find a band opening? For more information, contact K7AVV, N7GES, K0RAW, or KC0DSJ Want to have access to the Members Only page, be on the members only mail distribution list and other details related to the Northern Colorado Amateur Radio Club?

So how do you choose the best USB mic for your needs?When you're recording your voice or instrument on a computer, the easiest way to connect is via USB.Most computers simply don't have the XLR or 1/4" inputs used by traditional recording or stage microphones.However you're talking to your PC, you want to be heard – and heard well.The number-one thing that most affects the quality of your recording is the microphone you use. For computer-based recording, you need a microphone that connects directly to your PC's USB port.