Langevin CR2001 user reviews
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- Large membrane condenser microphone, cardioid type.
The capsule, a Josephson high-end, is absolutely the same as the Manley Gold pickups (and Josephson!) At no cost.
Body of micro-type U47, containing a FET preamp and transformer Manley.
Delivered in a briefcase with a suspension, also of low quality: I took the rubber bands on the corner of the mouth from the first uses
Manufacturing quality and finishing on the other hand suffers no reproach, and also German and Japanese references.
- Overall Opinion
- I use this mic since last year: it replaced the old model, the CR3A, I dropped to the ground. Shame on me.
So it is certainly the most typed micro I've ever used, providing an exceptionally rich in the low-mids.
The quality of sound definition in the lower vocal range (300 to 500Hz) is exemplary, and far surpasses all other pickups I have.
Even an RFT UM70 (Neumann manufactured in the former GDR), yet with a real U47 capsule, do not compare with the CR2001 on that.
Thanks to the excellent Capusle that the team, and know-how in the Manley preamp, the mic is very sensitive, and may agree on a sound source very low.
But here it is below a U87, the genre.
Very rare thing for a sensitive microphone, it is absolutely not subject to Sybille: I place it perpendicular to the ground for singing, without having to tilt it.
on the other hand, if it-and-away portion of the leading group of microphones for vocals, it is less comfortable on a cover of stringed instruments.
It gives excellent results against the brass, where his particular grain wonders.
In my view, essential to decision-hiphop song type, where the grain flattering in the mid-bass will be beautiful.
My only regret in buying one, Manley has stopped production of this microphone in 2006.
By far my favorite micro ....N / AN / A
- Micro Static
Difference: 0 to 180:> 12 dB 300 Hz 3 kHz
Frequency drives range: 40 Hz 16 kHz
Impdance: 200 Ohms 20% (1 kHz)
Impdance Minimum load: 1 kOhm
Sound pressure level max. for THD 0.5%: 122 dB 25 Pa 1 kHz with attnuation -10 dB: 79 Pa 132 dB 1 kHz
High Pass Filter: 6 dB per octave 100 Hz
S / N ratio REFERENCE 1 Pa: 67 dB
Maximum Output: 300 mV
Power (DIN 45596): 48 V 4 V (fantme)
Current consumption: 2 mA
Weight: 510.3 g
Dimensions: 5.1 x 20.3 cm
Total weight: 1.36 kg
- Overall Opinion
- I use it for one month on guitars, drums, bass, vocals ...
Trs trs is good. Much better than the Studio Projects for example.
The sound is prcis trs, trs net equilibrated and enjoyable.
I use it with a slice SPL ...
I am happy with my choice trs ....
For 500 euros you have pro gear.N / AN / A
- Cardioid Condenser Microphone
- Overall Opinion
- I bought it in Playback 1 month ago and 1 / 2 Outlet (719 with a Joemeek Six Q!).
This is a super micro objectively. I knew the brand because the Backstage sold 6 years ago but I did not dj the leap ...
The sound is fine and prcis Retailer. Possdais I used a TB -1 with Tampa, and many new setup is a step up.
I do not regret the TB-1 is super micro lamp, but more silent "draft" in the lower medium and more serious "emptquot;. The CR does not radiate as a TLM 103 by ex, and overcomes many limitations of the home studio.
In addition, the CR is really well done. In comparison, the TB-1 silent light that level for a normal Coren 350.
A good challenger in perspective.N / AN / A