Audio-Technica PRO 37

PRO 37, Electret Microphone from Audio-Technica.

moosers 11/17/2009

Audio-Technica PRO 37 : moosers's user review


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The Audio-Technica Pro 37 is a small diaphragm condenser microphone that has a cardioid polar pick up pattern.  It has a standard XLR connection and is probably best suited for recording, but can be used for live shows as well.  I only have experience with this microphone as a studio mic, do this review will be focused on the recording applications of the Pro 37.


I've used the Audio-Technica Pro 37 a number of a times in a friends' home studio and have found it to be a great microphone for the price.  While it isn't my favorite sounding small diaphragm condenser microphone on the market, it is a great option for a home studio owner because of this great price tag.  I'm normally not a huge fan of the mics made by Audio-Technica as I find that they are cheaply made and often don't sound all that great, but the Pro 37 is a different story.  I'm not saying that I was overly impressed with the sound quality, it's just that the Pro 37 is one of the better sounding mics that I have tried made by Audio Technica.  It is a good microphone for a variety of uses including as a drum overhead, on acoustic guitar, and other acoustic stringed instruments.  It will be of use for pretty much anything that you would normally want to use a small diaphragm condenser mic, as this is a good microphone for picking up the mids and the high end of sound rather than the lower frequencies.  I can't say at all that I would recommend this for a professional studio owner or engineer, as this is only suitable for home studio owners who are on a budget.  If you want a cheap way to record drums and add some diversity to your mic collection, definitely look into getting a pair of the Pro 37 as it has a nice sound for those on a budget.