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  • Apex Electronics 415

    Apex Electronics 415 - "Pleased with the 415"


    The Apex 415 is a large diaphragm condenser microphone that was manufacture in China if I am not mistaken. It has a switch on the it that can access the pickup patterns ( cardioid, omnidirectional and figure of 8) also a high pass switch to roll off…

  • AKG C414 XLII

    AKG C414 XLII - "Depends on what you want, the story of a mic."


    Is a multi functional LDC with some nice applications. The low end is very confused and that makes the typical sound of the C414. For some Studio vocals, Brass and OH This microphone does a great Job. In a live situation you can hang it on the Gui…

  • AKG C 451 C

    AKG C 451 C - "Classic Microphone that has been since the 90's"


    I used the AKG C 451 back in 2005 in to 2006. This microphone is no longer being made, it actually got discontinued not long after it was circulated. This microphone came out long before I had my hands on it though. The C 451 is some what affordable…

  • Behringer B-2 Pro

    Behringer B-2 Pro - "Affordable, but does need some work"


    The Beyer B2 Pro is a dual diaphragm condenser microphone and is one of the cheapest priced microphones that will get you a good sound no matter if you use it for vocals or for instruments. It is a pretty versatile microphone, it is a condenser so i…

  • Neumann KM 184 Stereo set

    Neumann KM 184 Stereo set - "Similar to the KM84"


    The Neumann KM 184 is a condenser microphone that requires phantom power 48 v. With no cutoff switch for a filter I was very skeptical before purchasing these microphones a few years ago. One thing to keep in mind with these microphones is that they…

  • Studio Projects C4

    Studio Projects C4 - "Recording Live"


    Studio Projects C4 will provide you with the audio quality that all your at home or personal projects will need. I have used these for years, at an at home set up in the basement of my town house with no acoustic treatment on the walls and still got…

  • CAD e200²

    CAD e200² - "Purchase it"


    The CAD E200 series microphone is a dual single diaphragm condenser microphone by Conneaut Audio Devices, it has a multi pattern side that is cutting edge for recording. The price of this microphone makes it very desirable for someone who is one a …

  • The T.bone SC450

    The T.bone SC450 - "Can be used for live or studio, I prefer studio."


    The T Bone SC 450 is a large diaphragm studio microphone that should not be used in a live setting. It does however require phantom power, and the price is very reasonable and respectable. The overall, specs of the T bone SC 450 didn’t particularly …

  • Neumann U 89 i

    Neumann U 89 i - "Amazing"


    The Neumann U 89 is a very universal microphone that can be used in many recording environments. It has a dual diaphragm capsule and a rotary switch that can give you a choice of 5 different polar patterns. When I say this microphone is versatile I m…

  • The T.bone EM 900

    The T.bone EM 900 - "EM 900 is diverse "


    The T bone EM 900 is a condenser microphone with a frequency response of 50-18000 HZ with a Cardioid polar pattern. I have used the EM 900 with phantom power though you can use it with a battery. Though I only purchased one of these at the time, I h…