Turning the mic 180 degrees, we see what the back offers.
As I just mentioned, here is the auxiliary jack for your headphones. Personally, I probably won't be using these, as my external computer speakers have a headphone jack, but it's still a nifty little inclusion.
But the real piece de resistance of this microphone is what's underneath the jack. It's a toggle for the multiple recording modes that the Nessie can perform. From left to right, the modes are voice mode, music mode and raw mode.
Voice mode uses the mic's built in processors to clean up your vocal recordings, adjusting to voice levels variations and reducing harsh sounds. Music mode is designed to capture your instrument in a more natural and detailed. The final mode, raw mode, offers no modifications, just capturing your audio exactly as your record it, so you can do your own audio processing.