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Dynamic Microphone from Behringer belonging to the Ultravoice series.

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  • RantanplanRantanplan

    Behringer XM2000SPublished on 01/09/03 at 05:21
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Micro versatile
    Behringer site:
    http://www.behringer.com/02_products/prodindex.cfm?id=XM2000S&lang=fre

    OVERALL OPINION

    Despite my inexperience, I am rather pleased with this choice. I use it as microphone singing, and he is more than enough. Now some will say that I really did not have ears ...
    Considering the price, it is hard to beat!
  • Anonymous

    Behringer XM2000SPublished on 01/09/03 at 05:40
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Micro Dynamics bit onreux

    OVERALL OPINION

    I possde a microphone in my park as a backup or for vocals. Our answer to the author of Previous think this mic is not bad at all for the price, the pop filter Intgr is a little weak and micro lacks a little clarity but for the price, there is no equivalent on the market. You can buy it without a problem you will not be at all of the diffrence with the SM58, for example, is not standard.
  • strobostrobo

    Behringer XM2000SPublished on 01/27/03 at 06:12
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Used for singing. Versatile dynamic mic.

    OVERALL OPINION

    4 years of loyal service.
    It's really a nice grain on soft male voice (pop rock) and offers a beautiful prsence when it is well positioned and the prampli derrire is hot!

    I have also an SM58 and an AKG C 2.

    Excellent price quality ratio (I prfre the XM SM58, that says it all ...)

    I remake that choice without any problem. This is a super micro.
  • RaphyColmarRaphyColmar

    Behringer XM2000SPublished on 03/04/05 at 04:32
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    Dynamic microphone

    OVERALL OPINION

    I was 10! to say ... I fit all situations (speaking voice, choirs, for toms ...) The mic is really good and everything at any point, if we take a little time to do it too although a SM57 or 58 (I mean avoid the plan "is a cheap, then a shit, so I do not paufine placement nor rglages") Like the other have said, this mic is really a SM if it is placed and RULES as well as this one. Today, having released the scnes for the studio, I've sold 9! and sometimes I regret it (especially in the resale price ...) But I still have a studio that I use for voice (a sound "speakquot; trs hot c is beautiful in a video documentary) and it always surprises me as …
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    Dynamic microphone

    OVERALL OPINION

    I was 10! to say ... I fit all situations (speaking voice, choirs, for toms ...) The mic is really good and everything at any point, if we take a little time to do it too although a SM57 or 58 (I mean avoid the plan "is a cheap, then a shit, so I do not paufine placement nor rglages") Like the other have said, this mic is really a SM if it is placed and RULES as well as this one. Today, having released the scnes for the studio, I've sold 9! and sometimes I regret it (especially in the resale price ...) But I still have a studio that I use for voice (a sound "speakquot; trs hot c is beautiful in a video documentary) and it always surprises me as much.
    For sound: warm, well rounded ... Submitted yet!
    Or the price it sells, it's clear that I referrer that choice! Say anything ...
    I do not put that since 9 Obviously there's more! (But "a lot" more expensive)
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  • h.exh.ex

    Behringer XM2000SPublished on 01/12/06 at 09:43
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    Micro dynamic

    OVERALL OPINION

    Good mic, I use it for 3 years! makes the voice very well compared to shure but less well on a guitar amp. for the price ... it's really good and Polivalente.
    I put eight ca remains limited, Antipop is not very effective and it must actually spend time on the set for a sound that is more than cepandant correct!
  • Selecta Biss@Selecta Biss@

    Behringer XM2000SPublished on 12/09/08 at 09:46
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    Moving coil dynamic mic with on / off switch

    No output transformer. Capsule cable between 2 and 3 of the XLR so do not fear the phantom power supply.

    OVERALL OPINION

    will make a 6 or 7 years that I have this microphone (the first one I bought), I got hold of the song with ...

    His most: solid 7 years of RPET and sound Systm it for all colors (mud, moisture shock, temprature by teuf ngatives etc ...) button ON / OFF I am not a fan but good practice is sound when there is no one derrire the console and the singer puts his hand around the ball and starts running a feedback ... C is more annoying when a dye and that the singer forgetting to turn it back looking at the Eng ...

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    Moving coil dynamic mic with on / off switch

    No output transformer. Capsule cable between 2 and 3 of the XLR so do not fear the phantom power supply.

    OVERALL OPINION

    will make a 6 or 7 years that I have this microphone (the first one I bought), I got hold of the song with ...

    His most: solid 7 years of RPET and sound Systm it for all colors (mud, moisture shock, temprature by teuf ngatives etc ...) button ON / OFF I am not a fan but good practice is sound when there is no one derrire the console and the singer puts his hand around the ball and starts running a feedback ... C is more annoying when a dye and that the singer forgetting to turn it back looking at the Eng ...

    What I like least: it is a draft, and lack of clarity in the treble sound friendly enough to be sure, but I got too low mdium, plutt sensitive the proximity effect which can fit (too) flattering on a man's voice, even when I want prciser for the price is much better than the Chinese copies of 57 or 58 that are sold on ebay for example, but that of the sound of this mic is like that of a true must not abuse the SM58 ... (But I'm not a big fan of SM58 but it's even a REFERENCE)

    Bought 30 or 35E in the era, easily pay for, now I used to talk back mic, or troubleshooting.
    For professional use go your way ...

    When the solidity is also an SM58 trs solid ...

    By choosing cons, I prfre (with a legalization) that a PG 58 mic ...

    So I would put 6, pasqu'il not exceptional, but good for the price of two on a PG58 XM2000S person can test and ...
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  • Audiofanzine FRAudiofanzine FR

    Behringer XM2000SPublished on 12/09/08 at 10:46
    (Originally written by Selecta Biss@/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
    Moving coil dynamic mic with ON/OFF switch

    No output transformer. The capsule is wired to the 2nd and 3rd XLR pins so the mic can't be damaged by phantom power.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've owned it for six or seven years (it was my first mic). In the beginning, I used it for vocals...

    Pros: Reliable (seven years of rehearsals and P.A. use under very demanding conditions - mud, moisture, shocks, freezing temperatures, etc.). I don't like the on/off switch but it's convenient for P.A. applications when nobody stands behind the mixer and the singer takes the mic by the grid... On the contrary, it's a problem w…
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    (Originally written by Selecta Biss@/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
    Moving coil dynamic mic with ON/OFF switch

    No output transformer. The capsule is wired to the 2nd and 3rd XLR pins so the mic can't be damaged by phantom power.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've owned it for six or seven years (it was my first mic). In the beginning, I used it for vocals...

    Pros: Reliable (seven years of rehearsals and P.A. use under very demanding conditions - mud, moisture, shocks, freezing temperatures, etc.). I don't like the on/off switch but it's convenient for P.A. applications when nobody stands behind the mixer and the singer takes the mic by the grid... On the contrary, it's a problem when a singer turns it off and forgets to turn it on again while staring at the sound engineer...

    Cons: The sound is a but muddy and not very clear in the high-end but it's quite warm. The proximity effect is very audible, which can lead to problems with male vocals. But considering its price, it sounds much better than those 57 or 58 Chinese copies. But it would be exaggerated to say it sounds like a real SM58... (I'm not a SM58 fan but it's definitely a reference product).

    I bought it pretty cheap at the time and it gave me a good return on investment. Now I use it as talkback mic.

    Forget it for professional applications...

    It's as sturdy as an SM58...

    If I had to made a choice between this mic and a PG58, I would choose this one...

    So I give it a 6 since it has nothing special but you get two XM2000S for the price of a PG58...
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