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  • RickDRickD

    Audio-Technica ATM33Published on 04/28/08 at 14:51
    - What type of microphone? (live, recording, mixed...)
    Probably too sensitive for live use unless you're using a clever sound system of some sort.
    Also picks up stuff off axis...
    Has a pretty good bandwidth too.

    - What technology? (electret, condenser...)
    Condenser, works off phantom or standard AA batteries...just unscrew the mic and stick em in. Can't remember if it's one or two batteries.

    No switches or anything on this, but being able to use batteries is a definite plus...mind you, you will lose out a tad in sensitivity if you do this.

    OVERALL OPINION

    - For how long have you been using it?
    I've been lent two or three of these for several years.

    - What thing do you like most/…
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    - What type of microphone? (live, recording, mixed...)
    Probably too sensitive for live use unless you're using a clever sound system of some sort.
    Also picks up stuff off axis...
    Has a pretty good bandwidth too.

    - What technology? (electret, condenser...)
    Condenser, works off phantom or standard AA batteries...just unscrew the mic and stick em in. Can't remember if it's one or two batteries.

    No switches or anything on this, but being able to use batteries is a definite plus...mind you, you will lose out a tad in sensitivity if you do this.

    OVERALL OPINION

    - For how long have you been using it?
    I've been lent two or three of these for several years.

    - What thing do you like most/least about it?
    I use this on acoustic guitar and cello.
    This works WONDERS on strings! Stick 2 high up and you'll be amazed.

    - Did you try many other models before getting this one?
    I own or (have) use(d): AKG C3000, XML 90, Rode NT3, M-Audio Sputnik, AKG D5, Shure SM58, Shure SM57, Sennheiser BF812.

    - What is your opinion about the value for the price?
    I think this was around £100-150...and it was excellent value already. Find one second hand that has been treated right (no smoke) and you're laughing. You need a good room, though...
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