Visual inspection

The Fifine AmpliGame A6V has a simple yet modern design, with an all-black casing and mostly plastic construction. The highlight of this microphone, design wise is the RGB LED implementation which is integrated into the mesh of the microphone. These LEDs can only be switched off when the microphone is muted.

The AmpliGame A6V is preinstalled on an integrated shock mount while the included pop filter and tripod are detachable.


The microphone uses a simple USB Type-C to USB Type A 2.0 cable to connect to either a PC, notebook or PlayStation 5. This microphone is not compatible with Xbox systems unfortunately and with some smartphones, the input power might not be enough to power the microphone.


The included pop filter does its job and has a good design that matches the rest of the microphone. The mesh on this filter is fine and quite flexible. The filter and its frame can be removed from the shock mount of the microphone.


The bottom of the microphone casing has a gain dial which controls the volume of the microphone input. This dial has a smooth operation and a glossy icon which makes it easy to use.

The shock mount is good and does its job, however, it cannot be removed from the microphone. That’s because the loops used for the flexible wires of the mount are integrated into the body of the microphone.


The mesh that is covering the upper part of the microphone body is made from good quality metal. What is interesting about this mesh is that it has a glossy texture and a circular pattern. Outside of those design elements, this is a normal microphone mesh, it prevents debris from entering the microphone and will offer a decent bump protection too.


The mute function on the AmpliGame A6V is simple to use as it uses a touch sensitive switch located on the top of the microphone. Unfortunately, if you mute the microphone, the RGB LEDs are switched off, and this cannot be done as a separate function.


The microphone uses a metal made tripod as its stand. This tripod is solid and made with good materials. The thread used on the tripod and the microphone is the standard 5/8’

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