XLR

Blue Baby Bottle SL
$400
Although it's a weird looking mic, the sound is neutral and rich in the mid range, making it an ideal microphone for recording vocals.
Shure SM58-LC
$100
This is one of the best microphones you can get in the $100 price range. It’s durable, doesn’t require phantom power and tailored for vocals
Sennheiser e935
$180
Cardioid dynamic mic with excellent build quality and high frequency response. Also recommended for musicians.
Samson Q2U
$60
Combines digital and analog audio capture into one dynamic microphone with XLR and USB outputs at an affordable price.
Behringer BA 85A
$24
Dynamic, cardioid microphone offering integrated shock mount and pop filter and feedback rejection. Extremely inexpensive option.
ATR2100x-USB
$100
Inexpensive XLR/USB-c mic with a built-in headphone input. Cardiod, dynamic microphone. Upgrade to the previous model.
Heil PR-40
$330
Produces one of the widest frequency range available in a dynamic microphone. Considered a workhorse in the industry.
Rode PodMic
$100
Dynamic, cardioid, inexpensive XLR microphone designed for podcasting with a built-in mesh pop filter and internal shock mount.
Audio-Technica AT2005USB
$80
Dynamic cardioid handheld mic with USB, XLR connections, built-in headphone jack for direct monitoring and a sturdy metal body.
Shure SM7B
$400
The SM7B dynamic microphone has a smooth, flat, wide-range frequency response appropriate for music and speech in all audio applications.