Some content creators decide to move away from their phones. They want something easy, and simple to setup. Marantz has a simple solution in two products – the AVS, and the Turret. Easy to setup, and with all you need to get streaming.
This is the larger of the two devices. Both items are table-top devices that contain a USB camera and microphone. A ring light is attached, with ability for 3300k to 5600k lighting. The USB-A or USB-C connection allows for connection into the Mac or PC.
The Turret is the higher end version of the two, with the microphone being on an arm. You can connect directly to YouTube or Facebook, or use a software switcher, such as OBS or Wirecast, to record and stream from. The Turret streams in 1080p, with 48 kHz/16 bit audio..
The Turret stands up to 19.6 inches, and the microphone arm comes out to 33.9 inches. Video, audio buttons, and headphone jack with volume are right on the front of the unit.
Both camera and microphone can be turned, or angled, for whatever you need. The ring light will follow the camera.
The AVS is smaller, and doesn’t have a microphone arm, but the base mic will do the job – also at 48 kHz/16 bit. This can also work as a room conference device, or for a podcaster or livestreamer on a budget.