TONOR TC-777 Mic Review – Should you buy it?

You’re getting started as a gamer, streamer, audio castle, Youtuber, or want to improve the audio quality of Zoom/Skype calls, and you won’t have to spend much because there are many high-quality budget microphones nowadays. We explore the TONOR TC-777 Microphone in this review. It’s an entry-level USB condenser mic that looks and sounds like a much more high-cost product. Well, why not keep reading on, and we’ll get into the nitty-gritty details.

Features and Performance:

 The TONOR TC-777 microphone is a small to mid-size condenser type microphone with a cardioid pickup design and USB connection. It can only pick up sound from directly in front while moistening sound from the side and back. It is one of the super-popular USB mics in terms of performance and ease of use. You can plug it into the USB port of your laptop/PC, and you’re ready to start recording straight away. It is very demanding to perceive a more delicate set at such a low price.


  • Tripod desk stand
  • Shock Mount
  • Nylon Pop Filter
  • Foam Windscreen
  • Microphone
  • 5m Cable

 The pop-filter is a prerequisite accessory. You can use the foam windscreen unless you’re recording outside for some reason. Everything comes pre-assembled, only a few steps, and you will be ready – fold out the legs on the stand, pop it on your desk, adjust the pop-filter, and plug it into your computer’s USB port. Your computer should automatically install the required drivers, and then you’re ready to go.


The TONOR TC-777 mic looks professional enough. Metallic-looking, more squared-off with less rounded edges. The microphone’s made of plastic with a metal grille over the face. Easily fits on desks, the mic is more substantial than plastic often seen in this price range. What more, its range isn’t limited to just a small area in front of the mic.

Shock resistance stands with ball-shaped rubber feet, which helps it from sliding around. Full 180-degree range of motion. The pop-filter is in-built into the shock-resistant stand. The whole unit stands 9 inches tall when fully assembled, assuming the mic is fully vertical.

It’s also reasonably lightweight, weighing only around 12.2 ounces. As a result, it’s incredibly portable, and you can take it wherever you want without any difficulty. There’s no carrying case in the kit. So, Make sure that your mic is well-padded if you’re going to take it on a trip.


I’ve got to be honest: I was astonished. The TC-777 sounded much better than I was looking forward to. The TC-777 is pretty astonishing, considering the price. The audio is crisp and clear, with no muddiness. Little garbling when recording at the optimal recording range. Overall, the sound performance is fantastic considering the price.


  • Low price
  • Essential accessories are included
  • Good build quality
  • Good sound quality


  • Not sensitive enough to record music performance


TONOR TC-777 MICROPHONE it’s one of the best entry-level mics available at this price point.

The production quality is excellent. Buying this product will get you a quality tripod, along with a very well-designed shock mount. Not only that, but the USB cable is long enough for almost any purpose.

We suggest it if you’re planning on starting a podcast or YouTube channel, and you don’t want to invest too much in audio equipment right off the bat.

What do you think?

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