Turtle Beach Reveals the Neat Skyline Video Conferencing Mic

Turtle Beach and Neat Microphones announced the Skyline brand of UCB microphones.

Skyline is a USB microphone aimed at answering the need for an easy-to-use video conferencing audio tool as the world operates in a more virtual fashion between work, school and socializing online.

Skyline’s high-resolution 24 bit/96 kHz audio starts by simply plugging it into the USB port on your PC or Mac. Skyline includes a USB-C to USB-A cable for easy connection to your computer.

Skyline will launch sometime in October and retail for just $69.99.

“It’s abundantly clear that high-quality voice capture is critical in our lives today and will be just as important in the future,” said Skipper Wise, Neat Microphones Founder and Vice President at Turtle Beach. “As the founder of the team that championed better microphones for the masses, it is great to have our first product with Turtle Beach be a mic designed to help the most people with their daily conferencing needs. Our team has worked tirelessly to make Skyline the right mic for a variety of everyday uses, and we’re proud to add it as the newest microphone to our list of renowned products that have come before it.”

In June, Turtle Beach and Neat announced the King Bee II cardioid solid-state condenser XLR microphone aimed at musicians, podcasters and streamers. The King Bee II will retail for $169.99. Pre-orders begin in early in October.

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