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Sennheiser MD 421-U4
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Dynamic Microphone from Sennheiser belonging to the MD 421 series.

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  • dialoiredialoire

    Micro versatile

    Sennheiser MD 421-U4Published on 05/28/12 at 02:06
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
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    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought this new and MD 421 microphone by accident in 1987.
    If I still have it today, is that these properties are highly versatile use. Personally I mostly used for the voiceovers.
    In 1987, with condenser microphones were very expensive (33.33% VAT). This accounted for the micro time (2400F), a material available for my budget.
    He made one and a color that is close to condenser microphones but without matched primarily on the sensitivity. Besides for the sound of voices, it was his bullet faible.J got it as the model MD441 which was higher than any point of view to MD421, but the price was not the same. If you do not need an ultra-sensitive microphone, t…
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    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought this new and MD 421 microphone by accident in 1987.
    If I still have it today, is that these properties are highly versatile use. Personally I mostly used for the voiceovers.
    In 1987, with condenser microphones were very expensive (33.33% VAT). This accounted for the micro time (2400F), a material available for my budget.
    He made one and a color that is close to condenser microphones but without matched primarily on the sensitivity. Besides for the sound of voices, it was his bullet faible.J got it as the model MD441 which was higher than any point of view to MD421, but the price was not the same. If you do not need an ultra-sensitive microphone, the microphone 421 is to do everything, and does it very honorably.
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  • contraddictioncontraddiction

    Sennheiser MD 421-U4Published on 11/03/03 at 10:55
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Dynamic mic attenuator with 5 positions of grave

    Micro-all-trades: the origin of micro reporter. The reference microphone toms (floor above).
    Also used by engineers in kick (with U47), snare, electric guitar, copper.
    bandwidth 30 to 17,000

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 1 year
    I like Swiss Army knife on his side (like the sm57 except that the md is more efficient in the bass), I do not like her body plastik (certe solid), and I hate the clip / clamp owner and fragile
    I bought my park for diverse micro
    It is really expensive for the use I made, but it's going secondhand.
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    Dynamic mic attenuator with 5 positions of grave

    Micro-all-trades: the origin of micro reporter. The reference microphone toms (floor above).
    Also used by engineers in kick (with U47), snare, electric guitar, copper.
    bandwidth 30 to 17,000

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 1 year
    I like Swiss Army knife on his side (like the sm57 except that the md is more efficient in the bass), I do not like her body plastik (certe solid), and I hate the clip / clamp owner and fragile
    I bought my park for diverse micro
    It is really expensive for the use I made, but it's going secondhand.
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  • studiodhorlebaixstudiodhorlebaix

    Sennheiser MD 421-U4Published on 04/24/05 at 10:18
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The 421 U4, sounds exactly like my little ears 421 II. Rferer is therefore agree.

    OVERALL OPINION

    See Opinion 421 II
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