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DM-105, Dynamic Microphone from Yamaha.


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  • Manufacturer:Yamaha
  • Model:DM-105
  • Category:Dynamic Microphones
  • Added in our database on: 05/12/2013

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Yamaha DM-105 user reviews

Average Score:4.0(4/5 based on 1 review)
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WiR10/18/2013

WiR's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Not bad for a small price"

Yamaha DM-105
Apparently it would be a vocal microphone, but you can even do anything with it!

It is a dynamic microphone unidirectional.

That's the technical description Available:

Polar Pattern Unidirectional
Frequency Response 40 Hz - 15 kHz
Sensitivity (2.83 V / 1 m)-54dB ± 3dB (0dB = 1V/Pa at 1 kHz)
Output Impedance 500 ohms ± 30% (at 1 kHz)
Connector 3 pin XLR-type M
Cable 6mm x 5m cable with XLR-F-type connector and 6.3mm plug
Dimensions (Microphone Only)? 51 mm x 169 mm
Weight (Microphone Only) 220 g


Quite sturdy except the interrupter ON / OFF a bit plastic, otherwise it is shock!

Well it comes with a cable XLR-Jack apparently. I'm not a fan for my test I put a XLR cable - XLR con purist!

OVERALL OPINION

I take to the test in transplanted amp (and if!) To have a sound without breath for testing equipment.

I tried an SM57 for this and I dream of the Sennheiser E906 that I have not tested yet unfortunately.

What I like most about this microphone is the sound it makes for little value investing.
What makes the value for money really interesting!

I did a test with transplanted and I even recorded a song for it.

So if you want to see how it sounds in transplanted micro amp, contact me and I'll show you the song!

Otherwise, I noticed with an audio spectrum analyzer in a certain hollow frequencies 1k to 5k for my transplanted (after it depends on the amp, guitar, etc. ... But I think it ' is one of those features anyway ...). What makes it sweeter than SM57. However, it gives a bit of a hollow effect "Tin" the sound when taking guitar solo. I was a bit scared at first.

BUT: By putting an EQ on the recorded track, boosting the 1k, 1.3k back down to go back a little to 4.8kn, the problem is solved!

So I get to have, about what I hear transcribed by the microphone.

That for such a price is truly amazing!

However it clearly lacks warmth, we will say that it is clear, precise, clinical enough, enough for reviews of products or demos, but not hot enough to capture the hots for an analog delay for example, or the subtleties of an EP Booster.

After normally to capture this heat, it is better to append a second static him to round the corners microphone. Anyway, after the argument budget only becomes more ...



So for those who do not have money, who want to transplant their amp, type a song (or voice, it is hard for this), demo or test products they way you do not need more!


After if you want to capture a sound studio at the Joe Bonamassa on his recovery Stop! (That's what I mean:
do not dream no more!


In short, a nice compromise for the budget, without headaches.

Good product for what is expected of him.
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