Behringer B-2 Pro
Behringer B-2 Pro
MGR/The Mind 06/08/2004

Behringer B-2 Pro : MGR/The Mind's user review

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I paid $200 at an online music store (I think B&H photo) for the mic to do some home studio vocal recording.

For the money, less than Rhodes or AKG's similar models, and way-way less than any Blue mic, it sounds great. It is very transparent and quiet. When I went to the studio I do my mastering at, even the engineer commented on the quality of the vocal recordings.

There is some noticeable sibilance around the "ess" vocal frequency, that is not quite flat. We used a software de-esser to adjust for the problem.

The construction is top notch. Heavy and sturdy casing, also came with a very nice (and hard metal) carring case and windscreen.

For any newbies such as myself, don't blow $800 on a studio condenser when you can record very high quality vocals with this this mic (the B2-Pro) with small amounts of necessary correction.

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