Save $50 on the Go XLR Mini and get the perfect audio for your streams and videos

Gaming

By Elizabeth Henges
20 May 2021 21:51 GMT

If you’re a content creator, you know that getting the correct audio mix can be tough. The Go XLR Mini makes it easier, and it’s currently on sale at Amazon US.

Let me tell you a story about my struggles with the Windows audio settings. There is no telling how Windows will react to having multiple audio sources going off at once, and over the years I’ve dealt with applications inexplicably muted, settings reverting or changing without reason, Windows updates ruining the best-laid plans… the list goes on and on. Making sure Windows plays nice with a bunch of apps without imploding midstream can be difficult within the confines of the operating system. But there is a solution–a physical audio mixer.

You still have to deal with some Windows oddities, but with a mixer like the Go XLR Mini, you can put the audio mix control in your hands. Literally! The Go XLR mini allows you to control the audio mix of up to four channels easily, and a PC app helps you make further adjustments as needed. No need to click into OBS every time game or chat audio needs to be adjusted–just move the dial up and down, and you’re good to go. The Go XLR Mini also has built-in hardware that will make your voice sound great.

Such a handy piece of equipment doesn’t come cheap, though. Normally, the Go XLR Mini is $249.99. Right now, though, you can save $50 on the mixer at Amazon US, bringing the total down to $199. You can also sign up for a 5-month payment plan, which ends up being $38.90 a month. No card is required for the payment plan, and it’s an easier way to afford this helpful device.

If you’re in the UK, unfortunately the Go XLR Mini isn’t on a good sale… at least, not yet. With rumors of Prime Day quickly approaching, we might see a deeper discount then!

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