Before we dive into the test itself, we need to have a look at the specifications of the Fifine A6 Ampligame Microphone
Specifications Fifine A6 Ampligame Microphone
All about the Fifine A6 Ampligame Microphone
Fifine A6 Ampligame is a small microphone that should make it easy for the user. No matter if you stream, podcast or just want an external microphone when gaming online. There is no software required, which makes it pure "plug and play".
As I said, we get a lot with the package. How many others want you to buy extra accessories, a lot of it comes here. In addition to the microphone itself, a USB-A USB-C cable, pop filter, a table stand and some manuals are included, mounted on the microphone itself we have a shock mount.
The Fifine A6 Ampligame is small in size compared to other microphones that have passed by for testing. It is in matte black. There is no logo hidden on the microphone, which makes it very discreet. At the top, the button is integrated to be able to mute the microphone, and at the bottom there is a screw knob to be able to set the gain.
On the back, the Fifine A6 Ampligame has a USB-C port to connect to the computer.
The included cable is USB-A to USB-C, which is fine considering it doesn't seem like Fifine's high end product, but more mainstream. The cable has a good length and can easily be mounted on a microphone arm and still reach the computer.
As previously mentioned, there is no need for software. It can be both good and bad, but since the microphone has been made so simple, it is only a matter of setting it up, also ensuring that your computer chooses it as the default microphone. The necessary can be set on the microphone itself in the form of gain, and before the test was made, I was in the sound settings to make sure the gain was turned up enough for it to hear me. Which resulted in 100% gain before I was sure the sound came through.
I was able to find Fifine A6 Ampligame with a price tag of 50$ in soft, which must be said to be far below many other microphones that have passed by here.
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We have come to the end of the test on the Fifine A6 Ampligame. A microphone that will probably make a lot of skeptics in relation to the name is a bit unknown here in Denmark and the price is incredibly strong. So if we start with the price, it costs half of what many of the microphones that have been tested here, and the result is really good. As can be heard in the sound test, the voice comes through clearly, there is no background noise, even with a gain of 100%.
The microphone is small in size and on paper it might look like Fifine holds again, but it still worked reasonably well and I didn't feel like I was compromising on the sound it delivered. Although it might be useful to have software to adjust the settings on the microphone, I had no need for it here. The composition of the microphone worked and I did not experience the picked-up noise or other sounds in the background.
We have of course been a bit concerned about it, but the price, which is DKK 389, is a really good price, and it also means that the test ends with giving 10 out of 10 + Safe buy. This is a microphone that I find delivers more than what you pay for. Both in terms of form, you get both shock mount and pop filter, but also the quality of the sound.
Score: 10 + Safe buy