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Blue Microphones Reactor
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Large diaphragm condenser microphone from Blue Microphones belonging to the Multi-pattern series.

Public price: $499 incl. VAT
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Blue Microphones Reactor Review

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…
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    Blue Microphones ReactorPublished on 03/24/13 at 14:20
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Condenser microphone, large diaphragm, 3 selectable patterns. large (yes it is a feature!)

    OVERALL OPINION

    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)

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    the look
    the price / weight
    what I've …
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    Condenser microphone, large diaphragm, 3 selectable patterns. large (yes it is a feature!)

    OVERALL OPINION

    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.
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    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.
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