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Beyerdynamic TG-X 60
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Beyerdynamic TG-X 60

Dynamic Microphone from Beyerdynamic belonging to the TG series.

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"for your kick"

Beyerdynamic TG-X 60Published on 01/31/12 at 21:30
The TG X 60 by Beyer Dynamic is a dynamic mic that is specifically designed for large drums. It has a very large dynamic capsule, so that it can respond better to the long wavelengths of bass frequencies. It is a cardioid polar pattern. There is no switchable pattern, and there is no pad for higher SPL's. There is also no low frequency filter, since the goal of this mic is to capture them. The mic connects with a standard XLR audio cable. The mic definitely has a tailored frequency response. There is definitely a bump in the low frequency area from 50Hz to maybe 200Hz. The mids seemed to be scooped out a bit until around 2-3k, and at that point there is definitely a spike. That is......
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The TG X 60 by Beyer Dynamic is a dynamic mic that is specifically designed for large drums. It has a very large dynamic capsule, so that it can respond better to the long wavelengths of bass frequencies. It is a cardioid polar pattern. There is no switchable pattern, and there is no pad for higher SPL's. There is also no low frequency filter, since the goal of this mic is to capture them. The mic connects with a standard XLR audio cable. The mic definitely has a tailored frequency response. There is definitely a bump in the low frequency area from 50Hz to maybe 200Hz. The mids seemed to be scooped out a bit until around 2-3k, and at that point there is definitely a spike. That is probably to help bring out the click; in a kick drum to help it cut through in a mix instead of just sounding muffled and washed out. You could use this as your studio kick drum mic, and also as a live one.


OVERALL OPINION

I have had this for years, and I still haven't decided if I like this or AKG's D112 more. They are the same price, so it's an easy comparison to make. The TG usually ends up with a sound that is beefier and has more weight to it, but it is often harder to get it to cut through in a mix than a kick recorded with the D112. Another nice use I have found for this mic is miking a bass amp. If you combine that signal with a DI signal from the bass, you can just use the miked signal to serve as the bottom end, and then use the crisp DI signal for the top. The result is a well balanced bass sound that won't turn to mush in a mix. It doesn’t cost much, so the price is low for a very nice kick sound. Gets my seal of approval.
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" What clarity!"

Beyerdynamic TG-X 60Published on 04/04/12 at 20:45
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Used for singing

OVERALL OPINION

When I passed a sm58 at TG, I had trouble recognizing my voice! I like the sound, fishing with little feedback, presence. Try it I think. A very good vocal mic
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Beyerdynamic TG-X 60Published on 04/26/05 at 15:23
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Dynamic microphone, primarily for voice over scne.
Robust construction, enjoyable handling (everything is polished) and lightweight. A rubber band can be color chang makes case for your microphone, among others (if there are several identical MODELS in your group ;-))

OVERALL OPINION

Used for 2 years. T he had specially recommended by a seller (the store Microphone Paris). APRS testing and comparison, including the SM58, there really is no comparison! A ct serves as the SM58 toy (at the same time, it's a microphone that does not sound ...).
With TGX-60, the bass is well Submitted Dfine and the spectrum is well respected and enhances voice. It is IDAL fminines for voice, but also......
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Dynamic microphone, primarily for voice over scne.
Robust construction, enjoyable handling (everything is polished) and lightweight. A rubber band can be color chang makes case for your microphone, among others (if there are several identical MODELS in your group ;-))

OVERALL OPINION

Used for 2 years. T he had specially recommended by a seller (the store Microphone Paris). APRS testing and comparison, including the SM58, there really is no comparison! A ct serves as the SM58 toy (at the same time, it's a microphone that does not sound ...).
With TGX-60, the bass is well Submitted Dfine and the spectrum is well respected and enhances voice. It is IDAL fminines for voice, but also works well with men trs. However, for the gentlemen, TGX-80 is recommended as more suited plutt ...
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Beyerdynamic TG-X 60Published on 01/08/06 at 21:45
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Although in all respects

OVERALL OPINION

Trs good micro but can even brittle when I buy for our singer (see hip hop funk rock even though) and it goes everywhere!
a little too low I got a better but be forced to cut plutt than strength.
we did and I have two model with t super impressed with the report's going well for the prototyping and cheaper than many other microphones.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Beyerdynamic
  • Model: TG-X 60
  • Series: TG
  • Category: Dynamic Microphones
  • Added in our database on: 03/30/2004

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