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How to Use the Parabolic Microphone In Phasmophobia

Let's go over how to use the Parabolic Microphone in Phasmophobia to detect spirits' ghostly footsteps.
How to Use the Parabolic Microphone In Phasmophobia

There are a lot of different ways to gather evidence to determine ghosts' identities in Phasmophobia, from the Thermometers to help you find Freezing Temperatures to Ouija Boards that allow you to communicate with ghosts and Parabolic Microphones that let you hear ghosts all around you. The Parabolic Microphone might be one of the less-used tools in a ghost hunter's toolbox, but that doesn't mean it doesn't have its time and place.

In this article, we'll tell you all about the Parabolic Microphone in Phasmophobia, including what it is and how to properly use it to identify the presence of ghosts.

April 17 2023 - We've checked for any changes to the Parabolic Microphone.

What Is The Parabolic Microphone In Phasmophobia?

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The Parabolic Microphone allows you to hear the footsteps and other sounds of ghosts in your vicinity. (Picture: Kinetic Games)

The Parabolic Microphone in Phasmophobia is a special type of equipment that will pick up ghosts' paranormal sounds that cannot be identified through other methods. By using a Parabolic Microphone, you can detect footsteps, ghostly growls, voices, and other strange sounds. The Parabolic Microphone has a surprisingly large range of 30 meters.

How To Use Parabolic Microphone In Phasmophobia

To use your Parabolic Microphone, it will need to be inside a building. First, equip the Parabolic Microphone. Next, just left-click to turn it on and get started using it. Now that you're holding the Parabolic Microphone keep an eye on it! It will detect ghost sounds around you by showing a reading on the screen. The screen will show a number between 1-3; no matter what number is displayed on the screen, you know that a ghost is nearby.

Lots of ghosts can trigger the Parabolic Microphone, but one of them is peskier than the rest. Mylings are known for constantly triggering Parabolic Microphones, so if yours keeps going off, this might be the ghost you're dealing with!