How To Use The Parabolic Microphone In Phasmophobia

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How To Use The Parabolic Microphone In Phasmophobia
How To Use The Parabolic Microphone In Phasmophobia

If you’ve ever seen Phasmophobia solo players on YouTube, then you’ve probably seen them walk around with a parabolic microphone. This piece of equipment is especially helpful on maps like Asylum.

What Is The Parabolic Microphone?

The parabolic microphone in Phasmophobia is a large item that players hold in their hands as they’re walking around. It’s essentially a portable sound sensor. To get the parabolic microphone, the players must:

  • Be level 7
  • Spend $50 for it

However, in order to keep players from having too much sound power, the game limits the players to only two per round.

How Do You Use The Parabolic Microphone In Phasmophobia?

If you’re familiar with the sound sensor you place on walls in Phasmophobia; a parabolic microphone is a sound sensor you can carry. You won’t hear the sound physically, but you’ll be able to see a reading on the microphone between a 10.00 and a 15.00 if noise is detected.

What Are Noises The Parabolic Microphone Picks Up?

The parabolic microphone is long-ranged sound equipment in Phasmophobia and can pick up the following sounds:

Since the parabolic microphone has a long-range, it’s great for larger maps such as Brownstone High School or Asylum. However, you have to be careful you’re not accidentally detecting other players as they’re moving around. That’s why the parabolic microphone is one of the strongest pieces of detection equipment when playing solo. That is If you’re not scared to play solo in Phasmophobia.


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Bryan Havoc

I cover console video games like Crossfire, Minecraft, Apex Legends, Counter-Strike, Valorant, PUBG, Grand Theft Auto V, Destiny 2, Phasmophobia and everything in between.
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