Blue Microphones Reactor

Blue Microphones Reactor

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Reactor, Large diaphragm condenser microphone from Blue Microphones in the Multi-pattern series.

1 user review
Public price: $499 VAT

Blue Microphones Reactor review

Blue Microphones Reactor Review

Blue Microphones Reactor Review

Reactor's Studio The launch of the Spark, which we had the opportunity to review here, generated a lot of excitement. But Blue Microphones shows no intention of stopping there and has introduced a new microphone with a quite... different look?! Reactor enriches the product range of the US brand while staying faithful to the philosophy of offering affordable, but original products. Let's dig into the details. Read more…

Blue Microphones Reactor tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Blue Microphones
  • Model: Reactor
  • Series: Multi-pattern
  • Category: Large diaphragm condenser microphones
  • Added in our database on: 01/16/2011

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Blue Microphones Reactor user reviews

Average Score:5.0(5/5 based on 1 review)
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Cassio38's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" o /"

Blue Microphones Reactor
Condenser microphone, large diaphragm, 3 selectable patterns. large (yes it is a feature!)


commissioned in November, received in February, tried in March. this is my first microphone condo. I had the opportunity to try out an acoustic guitar and a female voice, I did not know what to expect, as I do not really have a point of comparison (a prodipe TT1 ..) but I am not disappointed. The record is clear, precise, almost no need to EQ the voice for a duet piano / vocals.
I used the pre-amp for my sound card (a profire 2626) and as I lack experience, I will not be back on the sound quality (which I find perfect shot)

the look
the price / weight
what I've read here on gearslutz, etc.
weight, I use a tripod downright ...
the screw angle of the suspension makes me a little scared
the clips lock XLR cable is stranded by pieces of iron below the suspension is not practical.

I love this mic, I would do probably the choice!
No idea for the ratio Q / P, he played in the court of AT4040, AKG C214, rode K2, Sennheiser MK4 and it seems to cope well.

Blue Microphones Reactor news

Blue Microphones Reactor Available

Blue Microphones Reactor Available

Published on 08/18/11
Blue Microphones announces the availability of Reactor, a multi-pattern, large diaphragm condenser microphone.

[NAMM] Blue Microphones Reactor

Published on 01/17/11

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