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Essential (VP88)

By JBii, 11/04/2014
Everything has been said about

OVERALL OPINION

I work exclusively live and I use the microphone Atmosphere Battery for six years, for all types of music. I use a compressor as needed. This is the most natural I've found to do this micro couple of Schoeps excluded, of course.
It is not too bright, and most of the time, I use it right, possibly with a low cut.
The cardioid directivity is variable, so that it can take very large drum kit, to the contrary, very tight, without being polluted by the surrounding environment.

As I have two, I also used on a standard cabin "leslie", it was perfect, an amazing correspondence between the sound of the instrument and its reproduction.

On outdoor festivals, windscreen fitted me always enough.
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Good sensor for Saxophone (Beta 98H/C)

By Lolosaxo78, 19/03/2014
Shure Beta 98H / C used only on Tenor Saxophone.
Taking stage and studio
Very good head - Cardioid - low bp Larsen
Requires 48V phantom power
Clip flag with gum to avoid scratching the finish.

OVERALL OPINION

5 years of use without pb
The sensor has not moved,
Not motion blurred resistant foam pop
Value Prices correct: Good choice


The thread seems a bit fragile.
I reinforced sheath side of the head as opposed XLR is quite heavy.
The connection between small and large head cable XLR / console cable is not against nature.
Sometimes there had bp cable contacts console (or impedance or other?), And therefore frightening spitting into the PA.
Since I place the whole thread (rather than tucked into the reel and head XLR worn on a belt) and I put the XLR connector on the ground in order to keep it stationary: more than bp.

I'm happy with my choice what I kept a good memory of a kind AKG C519
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News Small diaphragm condenser microphones Shure

[AES] Shure KSM9HS

Published on 10/27/12
Shure has introduced a new variant of its KSM9 Vocal Condenser microphone, with switchable hypercardioid and subcardioid polar patterns.

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