Designed as a versatile audio tool, the Samson G-Track Pro microphone packs quite a few features into its solid body. From its three polar patterns and on-board audio interfaces, to the sturdy base, the G-Track Pro looks to be a great option for streamers, podcasters, and musicians alike. We’ve taken a look at quite a few microphones lately, and have really come to appreciate the difference a dedicated microphone can make with regards to audio quality when compared to a traditional headset microphone. Let’s see if the Samson G-Track Pro keeps with that trend.
The G-Track Pro comes packed in a vertically-oriented retail box with a nice shot of the microphone and stand on the front. Mentions of “Music Recording”, “Podcasting”, and “Gaming/Streaming” are found here, as well as the notation that this is a USB microphone with an audio interface.
The back of the box provides a bit more marketing information and specifications in multiple languages, while the side gives some feature and specification information in English.
Included with the G-Track Pro is an owner’s manual, product registration card, and AudioDesk software download card.
Additionally, there is a USB Type-A to Type-B cable included for connecting the microphone to your computer.