C414 B-TL II, Large diaphragm condenser microphone from AKG in the C414 series.

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Scaby 02/01/2003

AKG C414 B-TL II : Scaby's user review


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The 414 B-TL II is a version of trs diffrent 414 B ULS.

Condenser microphone (condenser) vocation "singing". INTERESTED nanmois on many acoustic instruments.


Used for 3 months.
The "prsence" of voice is remarkable. The voice appears naturally in the mix, do almost no ncessite four (most of the time I leave compltement law and let the magic oprer ...).

The strong point is that the sound is not aggressive, despite a curve rponse significantly increases the 8k (whistling classical) and 11k (prsence hump), but mod re on the 2.5 or the voices that make 3k nassillardes or aggressive. The bass is not Submitted excs, farms and prcises. The mdiums n'agreessent not. The highs are a precision and a brilliant always stunning, and the bump classic 11k prsence always effect for improved sharpness.

Tip: never save a singer by placing the cell in the axis of the mouth with such a microphone, your exact would be too aggressive. INTERESTED position is the position of the eyes or forehead, to the mouth, at least 20 centimtres (to avoid an effect of proximity often indsirable).

The report is not too qualitprix Whereas for such a micro, which Representative for me an advantage taken in the standard of singing.

I tried the Rode NT2 also, Behringer B2 (super nice), TLM 103 (trs right), U47 and U87 (largely surcoats my taste), and the Solid Tube (also a little surcoat ...)

DEFINITIONS IDAL the microphone in a trs many situations.

The default: uh ....... its price??