Thronmax. Sold in 70 countries, which now includes Australia. The company says it is "one of the world’s leading designers and manufacturers of professional audio products", and as you can see from the description above, they have a wide range which you can see at its Australia and New Zealand distributor MacGear here.
As you'd expect, the company says its range "offers high quality, effective and stylish products" - with the bonus being that it is available "at a reasonable price."
After all, everyone wants to be an Internet star these days, they want their 15 terabytes of fame, so it should come as no surprise that Thronmax touts its range is being "everything you need to start a career as a successful content creator."
We're told the Thronmax microphones "offer the best variety of condenser microphone solutions for studio, USB, podcast, video conferencing and field recording - offering high quality sound on parwith far more expensive microphones."
Promising "sleek designs and easy operation", the Thronmax products can be used on-stage live-in-concert or in a garage, home studio, or rehearsal space and are designed to enhance audio quality recordings.
The company also says its products are "incredibly easy to set up": simply use a USB cable to connect your Thronmax microphone or webcam to your computer, and you’re ready to go.
Thronmax says it has "over a million dollars in precision machinery and an international team of more than 50 people across the globe", with a main campus in Hong Kong, along with offices in Shenzhen, Dongguan, New Jersey USA.
So, if you want to set your creativity to the max, Thronmax hopes you'll consider its products. There's a ton of competition, but that's what drives the market forward, and ensures consumers are always the winners.
You can click on the images below to be taken to the MacGear website for the entire range and all the prices.