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Opus 67, Dynamic Microphone from Beyerdynamic in the OPUS series.


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Beyerdynamic Opus 67 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Beyerdynamic
  • Model:Opus 67
  • Series:OPUS
  • Category:Dynamic Microphones
  • Added in our database on: 03/30/2004

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Beyerdynamic Opus 67 user reviews

Menestrel de malheur10/09/2012

Menestrel de malheur's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" All pourrave"

Beyerdynamic Opus 67
tom

OVERALL OPINION

I thoroughly tested and sold pronto.
It is useful to save a microphone stand as the mounting system is excellent, unfortunately sm57 microphone passes for a luxury side, many mediums and ... mediums.
All nazbrok what, frankly mediocre and overpriced. Damage.
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berl05/22/2012

berl's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Done his job properly."

Beyerdynamic Opus 67
Hyper-cardioid dynamic microphone percissions / battery, gooseneck, with a very well thought clip for clipping on drums.

OVERALL OPINION

Unlike other reviews, I'm very satisfied on stage mainly for toms. Its gooseneck is correctly (but I use them gently). For other percussion, bongos, djumbés, I use them occasionally when setting fits. I much prefer the E604!
For the snare, I used and then abandoned for Beta56 or MD421.
I find them very easy to integrate into a drum mix, D112-Beta56-Opus67's where they make one's own and do dmg ... drool too much in the bass.
The binding is very convenient and efficient.
I have 4 and I do not regret, q / p very good.
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Nimajneb09/18/2006

Nimajneb's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Beyerdynamic Opus 67
Dynamic microphone for kick drum, or the recovery of elements of a battery.
Frequency response: 40-12000 Hz
Pattern: hypercardioid
Sensitivity: 1.5 mV / Pa
Impedance: 200 Ohms
Weight: 150g

OVERALL OPINION

The two highlights of this microphone is, for me:
-His claw, efficient & robust.
Sa-directional, very pronounced, which provides excellent isolation of the source.

Its level after two years of use Home Studio, I can not find it terrible, at least not on a snare drum. Tom on the other hand, it is much more efficient (up to 12 "maxi potato because it lacks in the bass for my taste)!

The swan-neck allows optimum positioning, of course, but it has the unfortunate tendency, in my case at least, to return to its original position with the vibrations associated with the game on the instrument ... So after a few minutes, it is not at all in the desired position: annoying!

In summary, if the swan-neck was the road, I use probably more for my toms ... Unfortunately, this failure makes it almost unusable microphone (this is only my opinion of course!)
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jctroyes05/06/2010

jctroyes's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Beyerdynamic Opus 67
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OVERALL OPINION

I bought it for the conservatory or I give my current thinking in the light of the price it would have worked better than a SM57 on a DC. Well NOT this microphone has nothing for him and I still do not understand! Impossible to use in the studio, too bad. Live a little longer but well off to save a foot! ...

I love to use as micro communication studio had to do something.

Frankly not heard worse long a time I even thought it was broken.

It does nothing to remove the qualitée other brand products
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