If this thing gets a signal it is worth $24! Yea, it's plastic, but the black one looks awesome! Plus it comes with a cable.
Edit: I attached this to my mic stand, connected it to my behringer keyboard amp/practice pa and it sounds as good as any other mic I've used(including Shure, nady, Samson). The black looks really cool. I'm no snob about brand name or workmanship...I care that it looks cool and sounds good. This mic does both. I even like that it is plastic because there is less chance for interference.
Wasn't expecting this product to be as good as it was!!! This mic is inexpensive and have the quality of a brand new professional mic! This is a must buy!
THIS is a GREAT SOUNDING MIC LOOKS AUTHENTIC DESPITE the Plastic Housing, VERY TRUSTED NAME BRAND "PYLE"
I've Used them for YEARS with NO PROBLEMS
Just received the chrome version today. I brought it into my studio to try it out plugged into a guitar amp, for that vintage Harmonica vibe I was looking for. It rocked! It may not be a Hugh end SHURE or the like, but it was really good sounding. Virtually no noise. I also tried it for vocals and was surprised how cool it sounded. Very 'Black Keys' vintage sounding. We will be using this mic for a music video, and it will be perfect. For a molded plastic mic with a plastic chromium finish it's cool looking and seems fairly durable. So if you want a good super inexpensive retro mic...This is a good choice.
Bought this for a prop. Not really using it as a real mic. Good price classic look!