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jmabate jmabate
Publié le 07/19/10 à 12:06
excellent dynamic microphone.
* Rugged metal body
Internal Suspension * Advanced Design
* Directivity Supercardioid
* Compensating coil anti-snoring


OVERALL OPINION

I use it (4 years) exclusively for the resumption of my amp and timbre of the snare. But it can be very versatile ... also for brass instruments (trumpet and horn).
I find it responds extremely well and accurately reproduces the original sound (my ears)! attention to the placement anyway!
I could look at Shure SM57 Rode NT1 (guitar amp and snare) well but for the price does not happen at the ankle.

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