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Electro-Voice N/D868
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Electro-Voice N/D868

Dynamic Microphone de la marque Electro-Voice

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YvjacoYvjaco

Electro-Voice N/D868Published on 03/25/05 at 07:39
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Sober
efficiency
uncolored
trs good

OVERALL OPINION

Neutral
IDAL
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apericoaperico

Electro-Voice N/D868Published on 05/05/06 at 21:17
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Bass drum microphone
dynamic

OVERALL OPINION

In my opinion, the best qualitprix the march. I use it for two years on the advice of Yoan Corchia (H. Salvador, Raphal) and this little micro gives me any satisfaction to the sounds of bass drums trs Different. B52 a more neutral, more bass than M88, a more attack D112 and much less expensive than RE20 ... In addition, it is unobtrusive and lightweight. To put in all standart kit bags for a cot for your 58, 57 and 535 others.
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Very good

Electro-Voice N/D868Published on 05/27/11 at 11:34
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Micro mainly for bass drum.
Cardiovascular dynamics.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had it about 2 years, I've tried the shure beta52 and AKG D112.
I love its linearity, it takes the sound as it is. Not very typical, but it gives me an advantage (the Shure is way too exaggerated and too typed D112).
I have tried the complement to a power low, it is equally true.
I think he should do the trick on many instruments that generate sounds low.
The value for money seems very effective!
I would do this choice. …
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Micro mainly for bass drum.
Cardiovascular dynamics.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had it about 2 years, I've tried the shure beta52 and AKG D112.
I love its linearity, it takes the sound as it is. Not very typical, but it gives me an advantage (the Shure is way too exaggerated and too typed D112).
I have tried the complement to a power low, it is equally true.
I think he should do the trick on many instruments that generate sounds low.
The value for money seems very effective!
I would do this choice.
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  • Manufacturer: Electro-Voice
  • Model: N/D868
  • Category: Dynamic Microphones
  • Added in our database on: 04/05/2004

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Other names: n d868, nd868, n d 868, n/d 868, n/d868

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